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Pelargonium Pelargonium:
Pelargonium is a genus of flowering plants which includes about 200 species of perennial, succulent, and shrub plants, commonly known as geraniums. Confusingly, Geranium is the correct botanical name of the separate genus which contains the related Cranesbills.
Pelargonium
Penstemon Penstemon(Scrophulariaceae):
Penstemon
PetuniaPetunia
: Petunia is a widely-cultivated genus of flowering plants of South American origin, in the family Solanaceae. The popular flower got its name from French, which took the word petun 'tobacco' from a Tupi-Guarani language. Some botanists place the plants of the genus Calibrachoa in the genus Petunia. Botanically speaking, tobacco, tomato, potato, and petunia are all in the family Solanaceae.
Petunia
Solandra Maxima Solandra Maxima
Solandra Maxima
SunlitSunlit Crinum Lilies :
The Crinum Lily is a spectacularly huge lily. It grows rapidly to over 5' high with 5' long sword to strap shaped leaves. The plant is native to the tropics and subtropics, some species are native to Florida. Of the family Amaryllidaceae it is cultivated for its beautiful, fragrant flowers, and enormous size.
Sunlit
Thunbergia Thunbergia Alata :
Thunbergia alata, commonly known as black-eyed Susan vine, is an invasive species,[citation needed] which is used like an ornamental plant. This plant is native Eastern Africa.
Thunbergia
Tibouchina Tibouchina Semidecandra
Tibouchina
Vanda Orchid Vanda Orchid
Vanda Orchid
Viola Viola
Viola
Wiseria Wiseria Sinensis
Wiseria
Yellow Begonia Yellow Begnoia
Yellow Begonia
Aphelandra Zebra
Plant Type: perennial, Plant Form or Habit: upright/vertical, Plant Use: In groups, as cut flowers, Propagation: division, Light Requirement: full sun full sun/part shade, Flower Color: yellow, purple, violet , Bloom Period: mid-summer, late summer , Height: Minimum: 24 inches, Maximum: 28 inches Width: Minimum: 8 inches Maximum: 28 inches.
Aphelandra Squarrosa
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