Native plant of Mexico named as Christmas starand and belonging to the Euphorbiaceae family. It’s a photoperiodic plant so it flourishes only with a certain number of light hours (8-9 at most) while in the other hours it should be in the dark. The Christmas Star is a plant that lives well in a fairly range of temperatures, between 14 and 22 ° C. He likes airy environments but no air currents.
VP/10 H= 20 CM
VP/12 H= 25 CM
VP/14 H= 40 CM
VP/17 H= 20 CM
Native plant of South Africa; there are a lot of varieties with simple flowers and duble flowers, in mild climate regions it can be cultivate outdoors, it’s sufficent that the temperature does not drop below 5°-7°C.
Dipladenia or Mandevilla Splendens is an evergreen plant from South America. It is grown in hanging pots or as a climber helped by tutors. In spring it produces a large amount of pink, red or white flowers in the shape of a trumpet with an intense yellow gorge. These plants can also be grown on land in areas where winter temperatures are fairly mild.
VP/14 H= 40 CM
VP/17 H= 55 CM
It is a plant of the orchid family, native of tropical regions of the Asian continent. The name means “ like a butterfly” They are cultived in pots filled with pine bark and do not tolerate temperatures below 15°C. It’s necessary that the environement air has a high and constant humidity.
Native tree of the central american region where it grows in wetlands like tropical estuaries. In nature it reaches 15 meters in height. The plant is know as chestnut of guiana because it produces edible seeds, eaten roasted or fried.
VP/15 H= 70-75 CM
VP/30 H= 165-175 CM
Very elegant plant native of india, south east asia and tropical north australia, it can assume considerable dimensions. Minimal nocturnal temperatures can drop to around 16°-20°c,those optimal diurnal swing from 22° to 26°c.