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North and South America
Orange Cestrum is an evergreen, half-climbing shrub reaching 10 ft tall. Leaves are single, alternately arranged, dark green with lighter midrib. They are lance like to ovate in shape, with entire margin. The plant sports clusters of tubular dark yellow or orange flowers, which look very much like Night Blooming Jasmine. The flowers have an overpowering citrus-like smell, particularly at night. Flowers attract butterflies. The flowers are followed by white berries.
Outdoor Light: Full sun, Part sun, Part shade
Indoor Light: Direct sunlight
Soil Types & Moisture: Average moist, moderately fertile, well-drained soils for the best flowering, moderately drought resistant once well-established.
Grown and widely distributed as an ornamental plant and they can grow in the walls of buildings, bridges, highways, and other concrete structures gardens , landscaping, grassland, elsewhere and indoors as a houseplant.
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'Mystic Pink' flowers steadily with attractive pink and white blossoms. A strong bush with large, attractive leaves, it grows upright to six feet in the ground. It also grows well in containers and is somewhat heat- and sun-tolerant.. This medium sized tropical hibiscus is vigorous and blooms modestly over an extended period of time.
The glossy leaves of Mystic Pink are light to medium green and oval to somewhat wedge-shaped. Its flowers are large, radial and flattened, and may curve gracefully backward, even rolling in hot weather.
Hibiscus is heat tolerant and prefers neutral to acidic, well-drained soil and full sun.
Being a fast growing plant, hibiscus prefer well drained rich soil and regular watering. Thoroughly water to moisten the entire root-ball each time you water. Allow the soil to become slightly dry between watering approximately to a depth of between 1/2" deep for small containers to 1" deep for large containers. Never keep the soil soggy. Avoid using a saucer or empty any excess water from it 30-40 minutes after watering.
Ideal for container plant or mixed border. Hibuscus plants are almost constantly visited by a variety of bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds.
The African Iris, also known as Fornight Lily or Morea Iris, has sword-shaped leaves that grow in a fan-like pattern and beautiful white iris-like flowers that extend above.
The African Iris flowers are unique and striking. Blooming primarily in spring and summer and periodically throughout the winter. Younger plants flower less, but within 2 years of its initial planting, the African Iris will begin to flower year round. Although the flowers are short lived, they are numerous; with each stalk producing a large supply of buds. The flower stems are perennials, and therefore do not need to be cut back once they flower.
Grow fortnight lilies in light, dappled shade to nearly full sun. Once established, fortnight lilies tolerate poor, dry soils, but do best in a well drained soil with regular watering during the growing season.
African Iris reach optimum growth when protected from afternoon sun and planted in garden soil with good drainage.
It is very versatile and can be planted in various mediums from moderately dry soils to wetlands.Plants grow to 4 or 5 feet tall in standing water, making it ideal for water gardens and wet soil. They reach about 2 to 3 feet in soil.
Cut the spent blooms off of the spike to encourage rebloom on the same stalk.
Great in pots as well as gardens, the African Iris is also used around water and as a feature softening rock landscaping.
Pretty violet-shaded flowers are trumpet-shaped, very showy and appear all year in consistently warm climates. This vine has thin, arching, twining woody branches. The bark is brown, furrowed on mature stems and yellow-green on younger branches. These emit a milky irritating sap when broken. The leaves are elliptical in shape, slightly fuzzy, green to yellow-green and appear opposite to one another on the stems. The fruits are spiny seed capsules.
In temperate regions, allamanda may be grown outdoors in containers during the summer months and brought into a greenhouse or conservatory to over-winter. They require full sun and fertile, well-drained, acidic soil for best growth. Though somewhat drought tolerant, they look and grow best with evenly moist conditions.
Purple allamanda makes a wonderful, ever-blooming specimen plant. Use it to impart a tropical feeling in frost-free landscapes and container gardens.
Pretty light cream flowers are trumpet-shaped, very showy and appear all year in consistently warm climates. This vine has thin, arching, twining woody branches. The bark is brown, furrowed on mature stems and yellow-green on younger branches. These emit a milky irritating sap when broken. The leaves are elliptical in shape, slightly fuzzy, green to yellow-green and appear opposite to one another on the stems. The fruits are spiny seed capsules.
Chocolate Cream allamanda makes a wonderful, ever-blooming specimen plant. Use it to impart a tropical feeling in frost-free landscapes and container gardens.