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Purslane is a unique plant considered to be a medicinal plant by nutritionists and a weed by agriculturists. This plant is found in most parts of the globe – from Europe, Asia, Mediterranean regions, north Africa, North America, to India.

This plant has a waxy cover, is more tolerant of pests. Some varieties of purslane are known to have antifungal properties as well. A unique property of this plant is that it reduces the salinity of soil. When grown in soils which are highly saline, purslane removes the salt, thereby increasing the yield of the soil.

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Crassula ovata, commonly known as jade plant, lucky plant, money plant or money tree, is a member of

the family Crassulaceae. It is succulent plant with small pink or white flowers and is native to the

provinces of South Africa, and Mozambique; it is common as a houseplant worldwide. Jade plant

(Crassula ovata) has long been a favorite of houseplant enthusiasts for its round fleshy leaves, distinct

tree-like form, and undemanding nature. These revered plants are often given as housewarming or

congratulatory gifts.

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Cobweb Hens & Chicks are ground-hugging, clump-forming succulents with green rosettes that are covered in a white, hairy webbing. This plant derives its unique name after the person who first discovered the existence of this species.

Of all Hen & Chick varieties, the Cobweb Hens & Chick is the most beautiful and appealing to the eyes. They are tiny, compact and within a short span of time produce colonies of chicks that are huddled close together. As these plants are usually found in deserts or arid regions, the succulent parts of the plant are designed to store water and help the plant battle extreme weather conditions.

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This H. cooperi variant has round-tipped, gorgeous blue-green translucent-patterned leaves. This plant  develop into small, fleshy, soft, and green rosettes of leaves that form clumps.
In general, haworthia resemble small aloes in general, except for their flowers.  Their white, tiny flowers are quite similar in appearance amongst species, however, their leaves vary greatly.

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Sedum rupestre (Stonecrop) is a low growing, mat-forming, evergreen perennial with a brilliant green foliage.

This is ideal for rocky gardens, but can be grown as edge plants along the border or as ground covers. These tiny ones are planted in clusters to give a wonderful colourful padding to the garden floor.

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The dwarf ZZ is a dwarf cultivar of the ZZ Plant with thick, dark green leaves and compact nature. This stunning exotic houseplant is perfect as a desk plant, guaranteed to lighten the mood. This Zenzi is also a perfect fit for your bedrooms or corridors that don’t get much light. These adorable plants also make extremely good gift plants.

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Dwarf Jade plant or Elephant Bush plant is native to South Africa. While it’s a popular easy-to-care-for house plant, in its native habitat, it’s a shrub or almost a small tree. For that matter, if you prune the plant patiently and regularly, you can grow this into a Bonsai tree.

This plant have adorable, fleshy, tear-drop-shaped leaves that grow on reddish-brown stems and rarely bloom white or pink flowers at the tip of the stems. They are slow-growing plants and do not require much repotting.

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Zamioculcas zamiifolia, commonly known as the ZZ plant or the Zanzibar gem, is a flowering plant, grown as an ornamental for its glassy foliage and easy maintenance. Being an excellent air purifier, the ZZ plants can tolerate all levels and intensities of light and occasional watering. ZZs have attractive long stems and fleshy leaves arranged in neat pattern. They are resilient, sturdy, can go without water for long (maybe months!) and tolerate low lights making them the better choice for indoor gardens and office spaces! This fast growing, stylish looking plant is perfect for a beginner or busy bees who have little time to give to their plant buddies!

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The Sansevieria hahnii is a beautiful and super-easy-to-maintain succulent. It’s known by many names including Dwarf Snake Plant and Good Luck Snake Plant. It’s green mottled leaves that grow to form a rosette that resembles a bird’s nest gives this plant it’s most commonly known name, Bird’s Nest Sansevieria.

Sansevieria Hahnii is a slow grower but once it matures, it can grow up to a foot tall in one year. Once planted, this plant can live for upwards of fifteen years! This beauty works perfectly as an accent piece, or as a focal point attraction at homes.

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Echeveria are common garden plants, however they are not easily available. Although they can tolerate drought conditions, regular deep watering and fertilising will make them more attractive. The hybrids are not  resistant of frost and shade. Most plants in temperate climates lose their lower leaves in the winter, becoming “leggy” and less appealing. This plant will be a beautiful add-on to your indoor collection.

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The Aeonium haworthii, sometimes known as the Pinwheel plant, is a pretty succulent belonging to the Crassulaceae family and genus Aeonium. One of the toughest and hardiest succulents in this group. It develops into a compact, tightly branched plant that can grow up to 2-3 feet tall and as wide, forming dense mounds. The tiny but enduring Haworth aeonium grows year after year with little maintenance. In warm, sunny areas, it works well in containers, banks, and rock gardens.

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Succulent plants like Bergeranthus multiceps are very common because of their low maintenance requirements and distinctive but attractive shapes. They can be used to adorn the atmosphere by being placed in window sills or on office tables as potted plants. In order to create a distinctive tropical environment, they can also be planted as undershrubs in courtyard corners that are drainable and ventilated. They are a great option for folks who are busy because they don’t require any maintenance.

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