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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Aglaonema, Chinese Evergreen, Silver Bay Chinese Evergreen)

Silver Bay Chinese Evergreen is a clump-forming tropical perennial prized for its uniquely patterned foliage. The leaves are lance-shaped, broad, glossy and colored a pale, silvery green between the veins. The edge of the leaves is dark green with silver markings. This tropical does bloom and produces small, rather uninspiring white spathes (sail-shaped flowers)among or just below the foliage.

Chinese evergreen prefers partial to heavy shade outdoors and moderately fertile, moist, well-drained...

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James H. Schutte

(Aglaonema, Chinese Evergreen)

This bushy tropical is a popular houseplant and garden plant for warm shade gardens and container plantings. In its native Philippines and Indonesia it grows thickly to create a lush groundcover under large shade trees. It is a fully evergreen tender perennial with large, lance-shaped to elliptical leaves and lovely silver blotching. The upright plants spread slowly from fleshy rhizomes (underground stems) to form substantial clumps.

This thick, leathery leaves alternately clasp the stem with...

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James Burghardt

(Aglaonema, Chinese Evergreen, Emerald Beauty Chinese Evergreen)

The name ‘Emerald Beauty’ says it all. This compact, well-branched tropical evergreen has dark green leaves blotched with lighter green-gray markings.

This bushy tropical is a popular houseplant and garden plant for warm shade gardens and container plantings. In its native Philippines and Indonesia it grows thickly to create a lush groundcover under large shade trees. It is a fully evergreen tender perennial with large, lance-shaped to elliptical leaves and lovely silver blotching. The upright...

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James Burghardt

(Coyore, Macaw Palm)

This small, graceful, but heavily armed palm tree is found in rain forests and seasonally dry woodlands of Puerto Rico, Hispaniola, and the Lesser Antilles.

Borne atop a single, slender, gray to tan trunk that brandishes numerous long black spines, the enormous, arching, ferny leaves have numerous narrowly lance-shaped leaflets. The leaflets arise from a long central axis known as a rachis. The rachis and the undersides of the leaves are also heavily armed, as is the long leaf stem ("petiole")....

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James Burghardt

(Begonialeaf Alangium, Chinese Alangium)

Lovely green leaves with short pointed lobes adorn the zig-zagged branches of Chinese alangium. Blooming in early summer and again in mid-autumn, the small oval fruits turn dark blue in autumn, too. A large shrub to small tree that is evergreen in frost-free climates but deciduous elsewhere, it is native to a large expanse of southern Asia's Himalayas eastward into the highlands of southeast Asia. Natural variant forms can also be found in eastern Africa.

The leaves are rounded when young, having...

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James H. Schutte

(Allamanda)

Allamanda is a small genus of 12 species of evergreen climbers and shrubs native to the tropical areas of Central and South America; however it has escaped cultivation and naturalized throughout the tropics.

Habit varies from species to species. Allamanda can have a shrubby habit, long and arching branches or be twining woody vines. The bark is commonly brown, furrowed on mature stems and yellow-green on younger branches. These emit a milky irritating sap when broken. The leaves...

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Grandiflora

(Allamanda, Cherries Jubilee Allamanda)

Cherries Jubilee Allamanda is an tropical evergreen climbing shrub growing from 5 to 10 feet in height. This hybrid is an excellent clambering shrub for full sun and coastal exposures. The bell-shaped flowers are a muted salmon and burgundy with a dark red throat and blooms nearly year-round in tropical climates. Hummingbirds may check out the flowers.

Give the Cherries Jubilee allamanda a full to partial sun exposure in a well draining soil. Overly alkaline or dry sandy soil will result in...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Purple Allamanda)

A large, evergreen climber native to the tropical areas of Central and South America; purple allamanda is a striking addition to any frost-free landscape.

Pretty violet-shaded flowers are trumpet-shaped, very showy and appear all year in consistently warm climates. This vine has thin, arching, twining woody branches. The bark is brown, furrowed on mature stems and yellow-green on younger branches. These emit a milky irritating sap when broken. The leaves are elliptical in shape, slightly fuzzy,...

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Grandiflora

(Compact Golden Trumpet, Golden Trumpet, Yellow Allamanda)

Yellow allamanda is a massive climbing evergreen shrub native to tropical South America. Its cultivar 'Grandiflora' has large, abundant, light yellow flowers. The fragrant, loosely clustered blooms appear nearly year-round in tropical conditions. Spiny seed capsules follow the flowers. The coarse oval leaves are leathery and glossy. The long, scrambling stems will climb any structures available, or will grow as a freestanding shrub if their tips are regularly pruned. They are relatively compact compared...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Yellow Allamanda)

Yellow allamanda is a massive climbing evergreen shrub native to tropical South America. Its cultivar 'Grandiflora' has especially large, abundant, light yellow flowers. The fragrant, loosely clustered, trumpet-shaped blooms appear nearly year-round in tropical conditions. Spiny seed capsules follow the flowers. The coarse oval leaves are leathery and glossy. The long, scrambling stems will climb any structures available, or will grow as a freestanding shrub if their tips are regularly pruned. They...