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Crassula obliqua, native to South Africa, is a tree-like shrub to 3′ or more in height. This is the cultivar ‘Tricolor’, which can have various leaf colors on the same plant. Some leaves are pale ivory with green striations or green mid-stripes.  *image is for representation purpose only.
Crassula obliqua, native to South Africa, is a tree-like shrub to 3′ or more in height. This is the cultivar...
Rs. 250.00
Custom made bamboo planter with money plant. Perfect decor for all your gardening spaces.
Custom made bamboo planter with money plant. Perfect decor for all your gardening spaces.
Rs. 100.00 Rs. 299.00
Coleus is a former genus of flowering plants in the family Lamiaceae. The term "coleus" is often used as a common name for species formerly placed in the genus Coleus that are cultivated as ornamental plants, particularly Coleus blumei (Plectranthus scutellarioides), which is popular as a garden plant for its brightly colored foliage. Unlike the other plants, this plant is pointing the opposite direction of the sun.
Coleus is a former genus of flowering plants in the family Lamiaceae. The term "coleus" is often used as a common name for species formerly placed in the genus Coleus that...
Gazania plant
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The gazania flower, named after the 15th-century Greek-Italian scholar Theodorus of Gaza, is a low maintenance South African annual that will brighten up your hard-to-landscape spaces.
The gazania flower, named after the 15th-century Greek-Italian scholar Theodorus of Gaza, is a low maintenance South African annual that...
Rs. 650.00 Rs. 750.00
Zamioculcas  Zanzibar Gem's scientific name, Zamioculcas zamiifolia, gives a hint of its resemblance to the palm-like cycads called zamias.  Tips for caring for Zanzibar Gem: Choose a brightly lit indoor spot with no direct sunlight. Or, in frost-free gardens, grow Zanzibar Gem outdoors in semi shade. Water occasionally, but allow the plant to dry out well between watering. Water less frequently in winter and when the plant is growing in low light.
Zamioculcas  Zanzibar Gem's scientific name, Zamioculcas zamiifolia, gives a hint of its resemblance to the palm-like cycads called zamias.  Tips for...