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Lady of the Night deserved its name because of intoxicating fragrance right after dark. Purple flowered varieties are called Yesterday-Today-Tomorrow for changing color as flowers age.
Clerodendrums add both color and fragrance to your Southern garden or indoor collection. Tolerate low light, easy to grow and simply always happy. Try a rewarding clerodendrum as your first plant, and watch your thumb turning green on it!
Delonix and Caesalpinia
Royal Pionciana is the most popular tree of Tropics thanks to its flame-colored flowers during winter-spring. Dwarf varieties of close-related Caesalpinias are very desirable for small yards
Bauhinia trees, shrubs or even vines are among the most spectacular flowering plants of Tropics thanks to their orchid-like showy flowers. Fast growing, low maintenance plants.
Zingiber, Heliconia and more
Symbol of Tropics, shade tolerant, tropical looking exotics with lush foliage and stunning blooms so popular as cut flowers that last for a long time!
Adenium · Allamanda · Brunfelsia · Cassia · Clerodendrum · Desert Roses · Euphorbia millii · Gardenia · Gingers-Heliconias · Jasmines · Magnolia · Orchid trees · Palms (rare) · Plumeria · Poinciana · Tabebuia · Ylang-Ylang
For all your garden needs!