Ampel plants

Indoor plant Sedum

Sedum is a succulent plant belonging to the family Crassulaceae. The genus consists of about 600 species that originate from Europe, Asia, South and North America. Sedums grow in almost all climatic zones, among them there are many frost-resistant species that winter well at very low temperatures without shelter....

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Houseplant Pepper

The genus Peretz (the family of peppers) unites about 1,500 species of herbaceous plants, among which there are vines, shrubs and small trees. These plants have nothing to do (except the name) with vegetable peppers belonging to another genus. General information about the plant Name The biological name of the genus and the plant itself “Piper” in translation (Sanskrit) means “long pepper”....

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Selaginella Indoor Plant

Selaginella (Selaginella) refers to one of the oldest groups of plants - the plunders. It belongs to the Selaginella family. The genus consists of about 380 species, which under natural conditions grow throughout the globe, with the exception of regions with a cold climate. Most species are inhabitants of rain forests, they are able to do without sunlight for months, and without being rotted for a long time to be in the water....

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Plumbago plant

Plumbago (Plumbago) is an evergreen plant belonging to the family Piggy. The genus consists of 7-10 species and grows worldwide in the tropics and subtropics. Sometimes a plant is called a pig. General description Plumbago is an evergreen perennial shrub, herbaceous plant and shrubbery, depending on the species, reaching a height of 0.5 to 2.0 m and sometimes having curly branches....

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Neoalsomitra Plant

Neoalsomitra (Neoalsomitra) - a plant belonging to the pumpkin family. The genus consists of 30 species and originates from China, India and Malaysia. Neoalsomitra Sarcophyll The only species of interest as an ornamental plant is Neoalsomitra Sarcophyllus. This is an evergreen perennial plant equipped with caudex - a thickened stalk containing a supply of moisture and nutrients....

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Houseplant Pellonia

Pellionia (Pellionia) is a perennial plant belonging to the Nettle family. The genus consists of 50 species and originates from Polynesia and the tropics of East Asia. General description Pellonia is a grassy evergreen plant or shrub with erect or creeping shoots and a superficial fibrous root system....

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Indoor plant ivy

Ivy (Hedera) - an evergreen liana belonging to the Araliaceae family. The genus consists of 15 species and originates from the subtropics of the Northern Hemisphere. Under natural conditions, the plant lives under the crowns of the trees of the first tier. General description Flat - this is a creeping shrub with thin flexible shoots, which usually reach a length of 10-15 m....

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Nerter's plant

Nertera (Nertera) - a groundcover plant belonging to the Marenova family. The genus consists of about 12 species and originates from the tropics and subtropics of South America, Southeast Asia, Australia and New Zealand. General description Nerter is a tiny perennial herbaceous creeping plant with oval-shaped leaves opposite in size, about 0.5 cm in size....

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Passiflora Flower

Passiflora is a perennial creeper belonging to the family Passionflower. The genus consists of about 500 species and originates from South America. Only some species come from the tropics of Asia or Australia, and one from the island of Madagascar. Passiflora is successfully cultivated in the subtropics of Transcaucasia....

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Partenocissus

Parthenocissus (Parthenocissus) or Girl's grape - a vine from the Vine family. The genus consists of 12 species and originates from North America and Asia. There is a division into Asian and North American species. General description Partenocissus is a large lignified vine, almost always deciduous, rarely evergreen....

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Ragwort

Among the flowering plants of the Astrovidae or Compositae family, the largest genus, reaching almost 3,000 species, is called the Godfather. One hundred years ago, the clan was called the Cross. Sometimes you can read in the literature another name - “Senezio.” You can meet its representatives in any corner of the globe from the tropics to the Arctic in the form of annual and perennial grasses, vines, shrubs, shrubs and even trees and succulents....

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Kolumneya

Columnea (Columnea) is an epiphytic (growing on trees) or semi-epiphytic (first growing on trees, and then lowering the roots into the ground) shrub of the Gesneria family. The genus has about 75 species and in vivo grows in the tropics between Costa Rica and Ecuador....

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Codonanta

This plant resembles at the same time a peasant and a hoya, and if they are close relatives with the first, then nothing connects them with the second, except for their general purpose - to delight the eye with their growth and flowering. In addition, the codonant is distinguished by its unpretentious unpretentiousness to room conditions of detention....

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Clerodendrum Flower: Overview of Species and Growing Features

“The Tree of Fate” or “Love and Innocence”, no matter how this plant is called, to the one who first sees its flowering, it cannot but sink deep into the soul. Moreover, there are many different types of clerodendrum, but the most common ones are truly unforgettable. The smell is no less interesting, since each species has its own individual, unique aroma, which comes not only from the flowers, but also from the leaves of the plant....

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Dischidia

In the tropical thickets of Polynesia, Australia and India, on tall plants you can find a Phillipin epiphytic spreading vine - dyshidia. She feeds on the juices of the plant to which she attaches. Dyschidia belongs to the genus, which is part of the Lastovnie family. Dyschidia is attached with its thin, threadlike roots at the base of the bush and on the side shoots....

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Dichoricandra

With which flowers only the dichoricandra is not confused: with dracaena, and with bamboo, even with hyacinth and delphinium. This mixture of images occurs during the flowering period of the dichoricandra. Dense ears of corn or panicles of blue flowers resemble the bouquets of the plants listed above....

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Graptopetalum

The extensive Tolstyankov family has many decorative plants with bizarre shapes. One of the representatives is graptopetalum or spotted petals. Florists respect this slow-growing succulent plant for its amazing shape and long flowering period. Alfred Lau, a Mexican researcher, brought this miracle to Europe at the end of the 20th century....

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Homalocladium

Homalocladium is a representative of the buckwheat family. Its homeland is the islands of New Guinea and New Caledonia, as well as the Solomon Islands. It is noteworthy that Gomalokladium Ploskovetochny is the only representative of its kind. General description Homalocladium is a plant 1-2 meters high....

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Hypocirrhosis

Hypocyrta (Hypocyrta) is an epiphytic or semi-epiphytic plant from the Gesneriaceae family. The genus has 12 species. Homeland plants are the tropics of South America. Currently, hypocirrh does not exist as an independent genus and is included in the genus Nematantusov. General description Hypocirr is represented by compact vines, shrubs and shrubs with soft flexible stems....

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Boviea

This plant is a complete mystery. Firstly, there is some confusion in the classification. Secondly, the plant has practically no leaves - how does photosynthesis occur? Third, how can a bulbous plant be a succulent? Well, many other small puzzles asks people this nondescript, at first glance, plant....

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