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
Native of oriental regions of Africa (Zanzibar, Tanzania). The name “zamiifolia” it means that the leaves are similar to Zamia. The adult plant can be reached and to exceed a meter in height. It is enought easy to mantein this plant in an apartement because it can be adapted in many conditions.
Spontaneous in some oriental areas (South China, Japan and Taiwan), so named in honor of the danish botanist Jacob Christian Scheffler. Rustic plant that also adapts to moderate nocturnal temperatures.
Native plant of western Africa. It has fleshy, sessile (no petiole) leaves, long white and green with yellow rim. It is a plant that it well tolerated high temperatures. In summer, it also resists well at temperatures of 30 ° C. In winter the optimum temperatures are 13-18 ° C in any case the temperature should not fall below 3 ° C
VP/14 H= 55 CM
VP/17 H= 65 CM
VP/19 H= 75 C
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
It’s an arboreal plant native of damp tropical areas. In a pot it can reaches 1,5 meters in height, while in the ground 12 meters. It has very large, shiny and corrugated leaves of green color. The Tineke Elastic Ficus variety with very decorative, creamy foliage is slightly more delicate than the others.