Table top plants

Aglaonema silver bay

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Dracaena ‘dorado’

Dracaena ‘Dorado’ is a newer cultivar of the Dracaena deremensis species and is a member of the Dragon series dracaenas. The unique foliage is solid dark green with a yellow margin. Dracaena ‘Dorado’ is very similar to the larger ‘Art/Carmen’ Dracaena with a more compact form and curly leaves.

Dracaena ‘Dorado’ can be used as a tabletop and floor plant. ‘Dorado’ will tolerate lower-light conditions.

  • 50-150 f.c.
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Dracaena janet craig compacta

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Hedera helix

Vigorous self-clinging plant with glossy, lobed leaves on flexible vine-like stems. There are many variations on the basic green, five-lobed pattern. These include differences in the number, shape and size of the lobes, smooth or ruffled edges and variegations in leaf color. Ivies are harmful if eaten. The cultivated varieties are descended from the common English ivy. All show traces of their wild ancestor, particularly its characteristic lobed leaves.

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Philodendron brazil

New variegated variety of Philodendron resembling Philodendron scandens and the Epipremnum (Scindapsus) species. Ideal in hanging pots and for trailing over balconies.

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Pleomele song of India

Pleomeles are natives of Madagascar, Mauritius and Southern India, where they are widely used as interior plants. The Indian connection explains one common name, but the derivation of “Song of Jamaica” is rather more obscure. It probably relates to the plant’s link with Dracaenas, some of which are native to Central America. According to many botanists the plant is wrongly named and should be included in the genus Dracaena. However this point is not universally accepted and Pleomele is still the preferred name in many countries, including its native India.

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Polyscias chinensis

A native of Brazil, is an evergreen shrub or small tree with a compact habit. It reaches about 12 foot in nature and is widely used as for hedges in the tropics. Flowers are small and inconspicuous and are seldom produced outside of the tropics. Polyscias crispatum need full sun to partial shade with warm to intermediate temperatures. We grow ours under 52% shade all year long. A suitable soil mix consists of 1 part peat moss to 2 parts loam to 2 parts sand or perlite. Although the plants are tropical, in nature they should be grown on the dry side. The most common failure with Aralias is over-watering. During the growing season, the plants are fertilized every other week. During the winter months, water the plant carefully and try to avoid cool drafts.

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Polyscias guifoylei

A cultigen that may have originated in eastern Malesia, but by the nineteenth century was widely grown throughout the southwestern Pacific" (Staples & Herbst, 2005; pp. 135-136). "Widely cultivated in the paleotropics and in some parts of the neotropics"

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Rhapis excelsa

Rhapis grows wild in Southern China and Japan and is named after the Greek word for needle, referring to its thin leaves and fine, elegant form. The latter also gave rise to its common name “Lady palm” or “Kannonchiku” in Japan, where it has been in cultivation as a pot plant for hundreds of years. During that time gardeners produced several variegated leaf forms, although only one, the aptly named “Variegata” is now grown.

Rhapis reached Europe in 1774, but in spite of their love of palms, it was little grown by the Victorians. It is only recently that it has become available in quantity as an extremely elegant addition to the range of indoor palms.

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Sanseveria zeylanica superba

Sansevieria zeylanica is one of approximately seventy species of Sansevieria, all of which are evergreen perennials native to the semi-deserts of southern and western Africa. The leaf fibres can be used to make ropes and the bowstrings of musical instruments. Sansevieria is named after an Austrian prince of Sanseriero. It was introduced to Europe in the late seventeenth century.

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Scindapsus aureus

Originally from the Solomon Islands it has been a main stray as an interior foliage plant, because of its tolerance for adverse indoor growing conditions. Pothos belongs to the aroid (Araceae) family, which contains more than 100 genera including a number of popular foliaged plant genera such as Aglaonema, Anthurium, Diffenbachia, Monsteria and Philodendron.

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Scindapsus jade

The Jade Pothos is a darker green version of the Golden Pothos. It is a climbing vine which can be trained up a stake or totem, like the vining philodendron.

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Scindapsus neon

This popular plant is also known by the name of Devil’s Ivy. Its botanical name is a matter of debate. Some call it Scindapsus and some call it Epipremium aurem. Its name comes from its leaves, which are a bright lime green.

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Scindapsus silver satin

This is another harder to find variety but it is also one of the most beautiful. The Satin Pothos has deep green leaves with a satiny finish and splashes of silver. Its leaves are smaller than the other types, but it is also a vine that looks lovely in a hanging basket or climbing over the edge of a pot.

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Zamioculcas zamiifolia

The ZZ Plant is a native of Kenya and was first introduced to Europe at the beginning of the 19th century by Conrad Loddiges, who included it in his “Botanical Cabinet”, a collection of 2000 botanical paintings published in 20 volumes between 1817 and 1833. The botanical name derives from Zamia, a genus of the cycad family Zamiaceae, which has similarly shaped leaves. The common names ZZ (more correctly Zz) and Zu Zu are self-explanatory – they’re so much easier to say than the plant’s full name!

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