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Plants

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Clusia

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With the biggest leaves, it's often  grown as a small tree or you can grow it as a very wide shrub.

Podocarpus

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 Are evergreenshrubs or trees. There are approximately 97 to 107 species in the genus depending on the circumscription of the species. 

Boungainvillea

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Are rapid growers and climbers, and prolific bloomers. They need a warm climate, full sun, and good drainage.

Cocoplum

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Grows in full sun or partial shade on a wide range of soils, needing little          irrigation once established

Clusia Nana

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Spreading shrub with unusual foliage that can be used as an easy-care, drought-tolerant ground cover, border or accent plant.

Clusia Bicolor

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Lends both an exotic and classy look to our Florida tropical landscape. The leaves are thick with a leathery texture, are rather large at 4-6" and teardrop-shaped

American Aloe

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Has a rosette of broad sword-like, succulent, gray-green leaves. It provides a statuesque presence for sunny dry sites and under glass.

Topiary

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That's because this lovely shrub is one of nature's most hardy specimens and does very well when shaped. 

(you'll never have to re-trim it)

Green Island

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Makes a wonderful addition to any landscape,  working well as a new and different substitute for more typical shrubs  like the popular Schillings holly.

Tibouchina

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Makes a spectacular show of royal purple blossoms on and off all year, more in warm weather.

Pink Vase

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(Bromelias) They make excellent houseplants when you're looking for something a bit different.

Dracaena

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Plant care is fairly simple, and they can even withstand a certain amount of neglect. Best of all, dracaena help purify the air we breathe. 

Succulents

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Is sometimes used in a way which excludes plants that botanists would regard as succulents, such as cacti. Succulents are often grown as ornamental plants because of their striking and unusual appearance

Ixora

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They are mostly shrubs and small trees that are part of the understorey plant community in the tropical forest, but some species can become very tall.

Plumeria

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Are tropical trees famous for their gorgeous flowers which are used to make leis (floral garlands). 

Foxtail

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Bring a soft touch to gardens and containers. Wonderful used solo as a calming focal point or in combinations to tie things together

Serissa

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This upright evergreen shrub has tiny deep green leaves creating a mound. Ideally used as an edge plant, low hedge, foundation plant, and bonsai.

Coleus

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With their bright colors, a wide variety of foliage colors, leaf shapes and forms are  durable.

Aloe Vera

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Have a long history of being used for medicinal purposes; Are thick, variegated leaves that fan out from the plant’s central stem.

Lantana

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Are evergreens of the broadleaf variety. Although they may act a little like vines, they are classified by botanists as, technically, shrubs.

Agave

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Are characterized by a rosette of succulent or leathery leaves  that range in size from a few centimetres to more than 2.5 metres (8 feet) 

Trinette

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Is a variegated variety of umbrella plant with large patches of creamy yellow lighting up its foliage. Perfect for brightening a room solo or enlivening a mix of green-leaved plants.

Dragon Wings (Begonias)

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Dragon Wing is a 2- to 3-foot-tall, cane-forming Begonia with deep, glossy-green, 5-inch-long leaves and tons of drooping flower clusters near its top.

Caladium

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These tropical-like plants are commonly grown for their multi-colored foliage, which may be green, white, red, or pink.

Bromelia

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Are quite a diverse family of plants. They range in size from small air plants to large terrestrial plants. 

Canna Indica

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This naturalized ornamental garden plant, starch crop, and seed jewelry plant is native to the tropical Americas.

Orchid

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Are easily distinguished from other plants, as they share some very evident, shared derived characteristics, or synapomorphies. 

Tagetes

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Annual herbs, gland-dotted and aromatic; leaves opposite or alternate above, pinnately lobed and appearing divided, the lobes narrow and toothed

Croton

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Is often grown outdoors in tropical climates, but also make excellent houseplants. Crotons come in a wide variety of leaf shapes and colors.

Allamanda

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is a common sight in gardens with year-round warmth and plenty of sun. This tropical evergreen has vining stems densely covered with glossy, dark-green oval leaves.

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