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Image of Clerodendrum thomsoniae photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Bagflower, Bleeding Heart Vine)

Beautiful flower clusters of red and white adorn this West African flowering vine when growing conditions are favorable. Bleeding heart vine is evergreen, though it will lose some leaves during the cool, dry African winter. It is vigorous and climbs via twining stems. In the wild, it twines up trees in tropical forests, so it’s naturally shade tolerant.

The dark green leaves of bleeding heart vine are ovate and deeply veined. During the growing season, or when conditions are favorable, it bears...

Image of Coccoloba uvifera photo by: Carol Cloud Bailey

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Sea Grape)

Seagrape brings to mind sand, sun, and beaches, which is its native habitat from Florida to the Caribbean and South America. It can grow into a multi-trunked tree or sprawling shrub, depending on site conditions. Its leaves are large and circular with a rounded cleft at the base. Leaf color is dull green, often with red veins, and new leaves are often red-bronze. Its fragrant flowers are inconspicuous, ivory-colored and appear on stalked spikes. Plants are dioecious, meaning that male and female...

Image of Cochlospermum vitifolium photo by: Rolando Pérez, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institution

Rolando Pérez, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institution

(Brazilian Rose, Buttercup-tree)

Austere, barren skeletal branches are seen on the buttercup-tree for nearly half of the year, but the ornate yellow flowers in late winter remind you the tree is still alive. This fast-growing deciduous tree is native to the arid savannahs and scrublands of Mexico and Central America. The tree is upright in habit, but the awkwardly oval canopy reveals stubby, random branches. Bark is pale gray, adding to the tree's ghostly look.

The green leaves are palmately compound, looking like hands or...

Image of Cocos nucifera photo by: Forest & Kim Starr

Forest & Kim Starr

(Coconut Palm)

This is perhaps the most visually recognizable, romantic palm in the world. Coconut palm is commonly associated with the beaches of the South Pacific but is found in coastal tropical areas worldwide. It is a true palm that produces a crown of large, feathery palm leaves at the top of its long, bare trunk.

The large, pinnate leaves of coconut palm are deep green, sometimes with yellow petioles. Mature specimens produce branching inflorescences with numerous tassels of yellow male and female...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Coconut Palm)

Coconut is perhaps the most visually recognizable, romantic palm in the world. The cultivar 'Golden Malay' produces fruits with yellow husks, and is reputed to be resistant to lethal yellowing disease. Coconut palm is commonly associated with the beaches of the South Pacific but is found in coastal tropical areas worldwide. It is a true palm that produces a crown of large, feathery palm leaves at the top of its long, bare trunk.

The large, pinnate leaves of coconut palm are deep green, sometimes...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Coconut Palm)

Coconut is perhaps the most visually recognizable, romantic palm in the world. A hybrid of 'Panama Tall' and 'Malayan Dwarf', the cultivar 'Maypan' combines the former's height and cold hardiness with the latter's relative resistance to lethal yellowing disease. Coconut palm is commonly associated with the beaches of the South Pacific but is found in coastal tropical areas worldwide. It is a true palm that produces a crown of large, feathery palm leaves at the top of its long, bare trunk.

The...

Image of Codiaeum variegatum photo by: Felder Rushing

Felder Rushing

(Croton)

Codiaeum variegatum, more commonly known as croton, is an evergreen native to Malaysia and islands in the western Pacific. The flowers are insignificant but the foliage comes in a wide variety of brightly splashed or spotted, smooth, ruffled or twisted shapes. Mature crotons are "V" shaped.

Crotons grow best in well-drained soil and in full sun to partial shade; in hot sunny climates they look best if shaded from the hottest sun of the day. Too much sun will bleach the color out of the leaves...

(Croton, Garden Croton)

Codiaeum variegatum, more commonly known as croton, is an evergreen native to Malaysia and islands in the western Pacific. The flowers are insignificant but the foliage comes in a wide variety of brightly splashed or spotted, smooth, ruffled or twisted shapes. Croton 'AFD 7' is an oak-leaf variety, older leaves are red over green with yellow veins and new leaves are green with yellow veins. Mature crotons are "V" shaped.

Crotons grow best in well-drained soil and in full sun to partial...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Croton)

Colorful crotons in the landscape are a sure sign of warm climates. Codiaeum variegatum is an evergreen shrub native to Malaysia and islands of the western Pacific. Banana is a small, spreading variety. The star-shaped flowers are produced on long stalks but are insignificant. The brightly-hued foliage is the attraction. Banana’s leaves are linear with bluntly, rounded tips, arranged spirally around the stems. The new leaves emerge light green with streaks of yellow and mature to dark green...

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Holly Chichester

(Batik Croton, Croton)

Colorful crotons in the landscape are a sure sign of warm climates. Codiaeum variegatum is an evergreen shrub native to Malaysia and islands of the western Pacific. Batik is a dark-leafed, small, spreading variety. The star-shaped flowers are produced on long stalks but are insignificant. The brightly-hued foliage is the attraction. Batik’s leaves are linear with bluntly, rounded tips, arranged spirally around the stems. The new leaves emerge light green with streaks of yellow and mature...