Euphorbia Lactea Cristata
Milky Spurge (Euphorbia lactea) is a species of plant in the Euphorbiaceae family.
Curio × peregrinus, also known as collared dolphin, flying dolphin, chain dolphin, dolphin plant, or hippogriff Senecio, is a succulent nothospecies of Curio (formerly Senecio) in the family Asteraceae. It is often mistakenly called Senecio peregrinus, but this name was already given, by Grisebach in 1879, to a different species from South America. The name…
Calathea Picturata Argentea
Calathea picturata is a herbaceous plant of the genus Calathea of the Marantaceae family, native to the forests of Amazonia.
Lilium Longiflorum Pretty Woman
Lilium longiflorum, also called long-flowered lily, Easter lily, or St. Joseph’s lily, is a species of ornamental plant in the Liliaceae family.
The Calathea Crocata Candela is native to South America and Central America. This rhizomatous plant has evergreen foliage forming a clump with erect leaves. These oblong leaves, of a beautiful dark green on the top, are striated in the direction of the vein. They have a purple color on the reverse. When flowering, this plant…
Calathea is a genus of monocotyledonous plants belonging to the Marantaceae family. This genus today includes 56 species of herbaceous plants. Many species formerly classified in the genus Calathea are now classified in the genus Goeppertia. A few species are cultivated for their large leaves. The Calathea originates from South America and even more from…
A succulent plant, also called a malacophyte, is a fleshy plant adapted to survive in arid environments due to the characteristics of the soil, the climate or a high salt concentration (in the latter case, we speak of a halophyte plant). The adaptation of these plants, different from those of xerophyte plants proper, is linked…
Lilium Asiaticum Apricot Fudge
Lilium Apricot Fudge (Lilium Hybrid) is an unusual Double LA Lilium that produces upright flowers that resemble a rosebud. These unusual apricot blossoms are sure to be the talk of the town, whether in the garden or indoors in a vase.
Tillandsia L. is a genus of plant in the family Bromeliaceae (pineapple family). This genus includes more than 700 species, either epiphytes or lithophytes, or terrestrial, present mainly on the American continent (from Florida to Argentina). Epiphytic or lithophytic tillandsias are sometimes called “air girls” because of their natural propensity to cling wherever conditions permit:…
Anthurium is a genus of plants of the Araceae family comprising 600 to 800 species, even 1,000 species: it is one of the largest and most complex genera of the family. New species are described each year. The species have a neotropical distribution: most grow in tropical moist forests (see Tropical and subtropical moist deciduous…