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(Catasetum Orchid, Orchid)

Deciduous in winter and producing small fragrant flowers in summer, the two-colored catasetum orchid's blooms are either predominantly russet red and white or yellow-green. This epiphytic (tree-dwelling) orchid is native to the lowland, hot rainforests of Panama to northwestern Brazil.

"Catasetum" is a Greek compound word meaning "down bristle." This orchid genus is unique in having different gendered flowers on the same plant. Male flowers have an antenna-like trigger device that snaps pollen...

Image of Catasetum cernuum photo by: JTJJ/Chounder, Wikimedia Commons Contributor

JTJJ/Chounder, Wikimedia Commons Contributor

(Nodding Catasetum Orchid, Orchid)

Blooming from late spring into summer, nodding catasetum has fragrant spotted flowers of dark russet red and light yellow-green. This species is native to fragmented areas across South America's highland forests, from the hillsides of Venezuela and Trinidad to distant southeastern Brazil. It's an epiphyte (grows on trees) that forms a clump of leafy pseudobulbs that lose their leaves in winter.

"Catasetum" is a Greek compound word meaning "down bristle." This orchid genus is unique in having...

(Catasetum Orchid, Orchid)

This deciduous tropical orchid produces small, upside-down fragrant flowers of yellow-green in late fall or early winter. Catasetum discolor grows in a variety of inland highland environments across its native habitat, from Colombia to northeastern Brazil. It grows either as an epiphyte (grows on trees), lithophyte (grows on rocks) or as a terrestrial plant growing on sandy soils.

"Catasetum" is a Greek compound word meaning "down bristle." This orchid genus is unique in having different...

Image of Catasetum expansum photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Catasetum Orchid, Orchid)

Referred to as the expansive catasetum orchid, this species has an expansive blooming season as well as large stems covered with green, white or yellow blooms. This species is native to the dry, but seasonally wet, highland forests of Ecuador. It's an winter deciduous epiphyte (grows on trees) that forms a perennial clump.

"Catasetum" is a Greek compound word meaning "down bristle." This orchid genus is unique in having different gendered flowers on the same plant. Male flowers have an antenna-like...

(Catasetum Orchid, Orchid)

In late spring to summer, Hooker's catasetum orchid produces large, erect to arching flower stalks with tan to yellow green flowers. This species is native to the seasonally wet lowlands and highland forests in southeastern Brazil, around Rio, Brasilia and Sao Paulo. It's a winter deciduous epiphyte (grows on trees) that forms a perennial clump.

"Catasetum" is a Greek compound word meaning "down bristle." This orchid genus is unique in having different gendered flowers on the same plant. Male...

(Catasetum Orchid, Orchid)

The intact catasetum orchid is known for its fragrant green and pale yellow flowers that look hooded or cloaked. It's relatively easy to grow, as long as the watering regime promotes the mandatory winter dormancy. This tropical orchid is native to the hot, humid forests of southern Mexico to Costa Rica, often appearing in coffee plantations.

"Catasetum" is a Greek compound word meaning "down bristle." This orchid genus is unique in having different gendered flowers on the same plant. Male...

Image of Catasetum pileatum photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Catasetum Orchid, Orchid)

Blooming anytime from late spring into autumn, the felt-capped catasetum has large flowers shaped somewhat like those of Oncidium orchids; they abstractly look like a dancing lady with a wide skirt. This species is native to hot, lowland rainforests in Venezuela, Ecuador and Peru. It's a winter deciduous epiphyte (grows on trees) that forms a perennial clump.

"Catasetum" is a Greek compound word meaning "down bristle." This orchid genus is unique in having different gendered flowers...

Image of Catharanthus photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Catharanthus)

Approximately 200 genera and 2000 species of vines, shrubs, herbs, and trees make up the dogbane family. Most members of the Apocynaceae occur in the tropics and subtropics, but some are native to temperate regions. Among their distinctive features is the thick milky sap exuded by damaged leaves and stems. This latex is is often irritating to the skin, or toxic if ingested.

The dogbane family is home to many popular ornamental plants grown for their handsome foliage and their showy, often intensely...

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(Hybrid Periwinkle, Hybrid Vinca, Kitajima Angel TuTu Vinca, Seedless Vinca)

Delighting with impatiens-like flowers atop a tough, heat and drought tolerant, low maintenance plant, the sterile (not producing seeds) 'Kitajima Angel Tutu' has ruffled white-edged pink blossoms. A tropical evergreen shrub that is popularly grown as a tender annual, this is a compact sterile selection developed in Japan and now licensed by and being distributed by PlantHaven, Inc.; it is only made through cuttings.

It blooms continuously and bears showy, radial, five-petaled blooms of pink...

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(Hybrid Periwinkle, Pink Angel Tutu Vinca, Seedless Vinca)

Delighting with impatiens-like flowers atop a tough, heat and drought tolerant, low maintenance plant, the sterile (not producing seeds) Pink Angel Tutu vinca has ruffled rosy pink blossoms. A tropical evergreen shrub that is popularly grown as a tender annual, this is a compact sterile selection was developed in Japan and now licensed by and being distributed by PlantHaven, Inc.; it is only made through cuttings.

It blooms continuously and bears showy, radial, five-petaled blooms of rich rosy...