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Image of Dieffenbachia seguine photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Dumbcane)

Native to Brazil, this frost-sensitive tender perennial is commonly grown as a houseplant. Dumbcane's large, waxy, green leaves are mottled with blotches of white, cream or yellow. As its lower leaves are shed its stem becomes more evident. All parts of this plant are poisonous if eaten and its sap may cause skin irritation.

Dumbcane should be given bright indirect light or dappled sunlight and shade that occurs under teres. Direct sunlight is appropriate only in midwinter or when it occurs very...

Image of Dietes bicolor photo by: Carol Cloud Bailey

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Butterfly Flag, Peacock Flower, Yellow African Iris, Yellow Wild Iris)

Yellow African Iris is a spreading, evergreen perennial native to South Africa and Lord Howe Island. The narrow leaves are simple, lance-shaped, have a distinct mid-rib and arise from a thick rhizome (underground stem) and grow in flat fan-shaped arrangements. The yellow and brown flowers appear on long, branched stalks throughout the year but heavier in spring though fall. The flowers occur cycles, generally at two week intervals or a fortnight giving the plant one of its common names. Each flower...

Image of Dietes grandiflora photo by: Felder Rushing

Felder Rushing

(Butterfly Iris)

Butterfly Iris is a spreading, evergreen perennial native to South Africa. The narrow leaves are simple, lance-shaped, have a distinct mid-rib and arise from a thick rhizome (underground stem) and grow in flat fan-shaped arrangements. The white, yellow and blue to violet flowers appear on long, branched stalks throughout the year but heavier in spring though fall. The flowers occur cycles, generally at two week intervals or a fortnight giving the plant one of its common names. Each flower last only...

Image of Dimorphotheca sinuata photo by: TL

TL

(African Daisy, Cape-marigold, Star-of-the-veldt)

A pretty South African daisy that bursts with flowers in white, yellow, orange or pink, cape-marigold is a fantastic bedding annual that prospers in dry sun and warmth. An upright tender perennial that often grow as an annual flower, the blossoms usually have a purple-brown center disc.

The fragrant foliage is mid-green in color and are lance-like with coarse teeth. In the warmth of summer, so long as the soil is not overly wet, each plant produces many daisies that will attract butterflies and...

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Jesse Saylor

(Cape-marigold, Sunshine™ Orange African Daisy)

A pretty South African daisy that bursts with flowers in white, yellow, orange or pink, cape-marigold is a fantastic bedding annual that prospers in dry sun and warmth. An upright tender perennial that often grow as an annual flower, the blossoms usually have a purple-brown center disc.

The fragrant foliage is mid-green in color and are lance-like with coarse teeth. In the warmth of summer, so long as the soil is not overly wet, each plant produces many daisies that will attract butterflies and...

(Sunshine™ African Daisy, Sunshine™ Cape-marigold)

A pretty South African daisy that bursts with flowers in white, yellow, orange or pink, cape-marigold is a fantastic bedding annual that prospers in dry sun and warmth. An upright tender perennial that often grow as an annual flower, the blossoms usually have a purple-brown center disc.

The fragrant foliage is mid-green in color and are lance-like with coarse teeth. In the warmth of summer, so long as the soil is not overly wet, each plant produces many daisies that will attract butterflies and...

Image of Dracaena fragrans photo by: Forest & Kim Starr

Forest & Kim Starr

(Corn Plant, Dracaena)

Corn plant is a slow-growing, upright evergreen shrub or small tree native to tropical Africa. Its lush, arching leaves are sword-shaped and rise from upright stems. These are concentrated towards the upper part of the stems and look somewhat like the blades of corn plants. Mature landscape specimens produce long panicles of strongly scented white flowers in late summer to fall, followed by orange fruit.

Where hardy, corn plant may be grown in a sheltered, sunny site in fertile, well-drained...

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James Burghardt

(Corn Plant, Jade Jewel Corn Plant)

Corn plant is a slow-growing, upright evergreen shrub or small tree native to tropical Africa. Its lush, arching leaves are sword-shaped and rise from upright stems. These are concentrated towards the upper part of the stems and look somewhat like the blades of corn plants. Mature landscape specimens produce long panicles of strongly scented white flowers in late summer to fall, followed by orange fruit.

Where hardy, corn plant may be grown in a sheltered, sunny site in fertile, well-drained...

(Corn Plant, Variegated Compact Corn Plant)

Corn plant is a slow-growing, upright evergreen shrub or small tree native to tropical Africa. Its lush, arching leaves are sword-shaped and rise from upright stems. These are concentrated towards the upper part of the stems and look somewhat like the blades of corn plants. Mature landscape specimens produce long panicles of strongly scented white flowers in late summer to fall, followed by orange fruit.

Where hardy, corn plant may be grown in a sheltered, sunny site in fertile, well-drained...

Image of Dracaena fragrans

Jessie Keith

(Corn Plant)

This is a very common houseplant and tropical landscape plant. Its popularity stems from its attractive, lush, glossy foliage, easy culture and toughness.

Corn plant is a slow-growing, upright evergreen shrub or small tree native to tropical Africa. Its lush, arching leaves are sword-shaped and rise from upright stems. These are concentrated towards the upper part of the stems and look somewhat like the blades of corn plants. Mature landscape specimens produce long panicles of strongly scented...