It is most extended Asplenium nidus. Asplenium has large, wide, light-green leaves. Asplenium is a fast-growing plant. At good leaving its leaves reach 60-100 the plant strongly see With the years expands at width since new leaves are constantly formed of the socket centre. Doesn’t love when touch leaves. Asplenium concerns to the thermophilic ferns, it is desirable, that the thermometer column stood […]

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Family of asparagus. The native land is tropical and subtropical areas of the Old World. Shares on semi-twisted kinds – Asparagus plumose and ampelians kinds – Asparagus Shprengeri. As indoor plants are extended similar to ferns Asparaguses with sew-kind “leaves” As a whole Asparagus – an unpretentious plant. The temperature must be moderate or cool, for the majority of Asparaguses the temperature must be nearby 15-18°C. A winter minimum […]

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Artichoke – a long-term grassy plant of sort Cynara, growing in the Mediterranean (where is about 10 kinds of this plant) and on Canary Islands. Two front view of the artichokes used in food, is called Cardoon or the Spanish artichoke Cynara cardunculus, and a sowing campaign (globe artichoke), or prickly artichoke Cynara scolumis. Cynara scolymus […]

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Family of pink flowered. The Latin name has received from “Armenia” as which earlier wrongly considered as the apricot native land. Contains 8 kinds growing in East, Central, Average and Asia Minor, on caucasus. These are small trees of 5-12 m in height or large bushes with a wide crone and deep root system. Leaves simple, to 12 sm, […]

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The native land are the tropical and subtropical countries of the world – China, Japan etc. In the nature it is extended about 400 kinds. In culture distribution has received Ardizia crenata – is eternally green bush or a small tree about metre in height. Fragrant white flowers are collected in thyroid inflorescences. Fruits – numerous berries of red colour about 1 sm in diameter – very […]

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Strawberry tree – Arbutus andrachne The ancient latin name of a sort – Arbutus. The etymology isn’t clear. Probably, from lat. arbour – a tree and suf. ut, us (at, us), meaning specific concept. The kind name – Andrdchne, Andrahna. Probably, the name goes back to greek andros – the man, the husband, the soldier; the man’s. In Crimea and Asia […]

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In the nature the family of cutrovs makes over 200 sorts and more than 2000 kinds of various plants. This extensive family two-share in the form of trees, bushes and semibushes, lianas, long-term grasses and even succulents which extended in tropical and subtropical areas of all globe. Distinctive features can be characterised so: cutrovs have, as a rule, leaves of […]

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This indoor plant is appreciated for the big beautiful leaves and upon magnificent flowering, when the majority of other indoor plants have already flowered. Flowering large yellow or golden flowers can last almost two months. However it is very difficult culture for room cultivation as demands special leaving and attention. Aphelandra concerns to big-leaves and to fast-growing plants. Aphelandra is thermophilic plant, therefore it contain at […]

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The native land of Anthuriums – tropics of America. In the nature there are about 800 kinds of plants. Only one kind – Anthurium Crystallinum – grow up as is decorative-deciduous plants. Has the truncated underground stalk. Leaves on long stalks of the heart-shaped form, about 30-40 sm in length and 20-30 sm. in width. A leave surface is velvety, from dark green to almost […]

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The Anemone is also called the Windflower, and Lily-of-the-Field. The name is derived from the Greek word ‘anemos’ meaning ‘wind’. The flowers of the taller types are carried on long, wiry stems and nod gracefully in a breeze. There are a number of different species and cultivars. Anemone flowers come in vibrant shades of red, pink, blue, purple, and white, and have […]

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