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Adiantum Monocolor Fern
Adiantum Monocolor Ferns are elegant, fast growing, evergreen foliage plants with delicate, lacy fronds that are held on wiry, 6″-12″ black stems. Maidenhair fronds are composed of bright green, triangular leaflets and can grow up to 12″ wide and 18″ long. The plants themselves will spread to about 24″. They are long lived plants when they receive sufficient humidity and are not exposed to drafts, gas fumes or cigarette smoke.
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Adiantum Raddianum ‘Delta Maidenhair Fern’
Adiantum Raddianum (Delta Maidenhair) is an elegant and fast growing,which is a tufted evergreen fern with smooth, purplish-black stalks bearing triangular, 3-pinnate, lacy fronds composed of rounded, fan-shaped segments. Emerging light green, they darken with age.
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Asparagus Setaceus Plumosus
Asparagus Setaceus Plumosus is a bushy, evergreen, twining vine with wiry, spiny, scrambling or climbing stems that typically grow long. It features feathery, fern-like flattened sprays of bright green stems, small white summer flowers and deep purple berries.
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Clerodendrum Quadrilo ‘Brandonii’ (Variegated Starburst Shrub )
Clerodendrum quadrilo ‘Brandonii’ popularly known as Variegated Starburst Shrub is an exotic full sun plants whose topsides of the leaves are green, variegated through the leaf margin with just a tinge of purple, while the undersides are a glossy, deep purple. During the wintertime, leaves may lose a bit of their luster, but take heart that blooming is just around the corner. This plant is most eye-catching in mid-winter and early spring when its showy tubular flowers—white tipped and pink below—appear in large clusters.
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Davallia Trichomanoides ‘White Rabbit’s Foot Fern’
Davallia Trichomanoides is called the White Rabbit’s Foot Fern due to its white, fuzzy rhizomes that resemble a rabbit’s foot and grow on the soil surface outward from the central part of the plant.White Rabbit’s Foot Fern has a darker green foliage due to whichit has gained a lot of popularity over the last decade.
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Doryopteris Cordata (Antenna Fern)
Doryopteris Cordata produces lobed fronds at the base of the fern, which form a low growing mound, close to ground level, these fronds look more like leaves than the fronds of a fern, but Doryopteris cordata produces fertile fronds that are much more ‘fern like’, these feather like fronds.Doryopteris cordata has the common name of antenna fern, as the taller fronds that this fern produces stand above the fern, held on clear stems, which make them look rather like an antenna.
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Dracaena ‘Marginata Red’
Dracaena Marginata Red, also known as dragon tree, is an attractive, stiff-leaved plant with green sword-like leaves edged with red. The plant has narrow, slender gray stems that are topped with shiny, arching leaves that are sword-shaped. Dragon trees are tough, drought-tolerant plants with aggressive root systems that make excellent houseplants.
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Dracaena ‘Sanderiana Silver Ribbon’
Dracaena Sanderiana ‘Silver Ribbon’ is a perennial herb that has slightly twisted leaves of gray-green color running through the middle with thick creamy white edges.The stem is fleshy, which distinguishes it from bamboo. It requires bright, ventilated areas. It tolerates dry air and does not require constant spraying. A very tenacious plant, it is rather difficult to destroy it.
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Dracaena Surculosa ‘Florida Beauty’
Dracaena Surculosa ‘Florida Beauty’ is a slow-growing and hardy Dracaena with bamboo-like stems and glossy leaves with yellow spots which age to white as the plant matures. A really fantastic indoor or patio pot plant, or planted in the garden in a shady spot.This slow-growing evergreen plant is typically grown as a house plant for its stunning variegated foliage and tropical look.