Coconut palm - in Sanskrit means "a tree that gives everything you need in life." In fact, the usefulness of a coconut tree is comprehensive. The leaves of this palm tree, very hard and durable (resistant to tearing under the influence of winds), serve to cover the roofs of local houses, to manufacture various household items - baskets, hammocks, brushes.
Chlorophytum (Chlorophytum) is an unpretentious herbaceous ornamental plant that is successfully cultivated in indoor floriculture. In everyday life, it is often called the "green lily" or "spider." If the tips of the leaves dry in chlorophytum, then first of all, attention should be paid to observing the flower growing regimen.
Amaryllis is a unique bulbous plant of its kind, which is rightfully considered one of the most beautiful among indoor flowering crops. The short flowering period of amaryllis is more than paid for by the aesthetic pleasure that can be obtained from the mere contemplation of large inflorescences that exude a delicate aroma.
Anthurium is a South American plant with very unusual flowers in shape. In his homeland, plants are often called the devil's tongue, flamingo flower and pig's tail, and in Russia and Eastern Europe they call him only male happiness. It is believed that this plant fills the house with happiness and energy of luck, and a man who is often with a living anthurium gives strength, courage, a sense of freedom and passion.
Aspidistra is a resident of the subtropical forests of Japan and the southern provinces of China. This plant is devoid of stem, and has beautifully shaped fleshy evergreen leaves growing directly from the soil on delicate petioles shoots, one on each. Despite its tropical origin, aspidistra belongs to the category of very unpretentious plants, which is why it is popularly called a cast-iron flower.
Zygocactus, better known among Russian flower growers as the Decembrist, is a native inhabitant of the tropical forests of Central and South America. In nature, these fast-growing epiphytes grow exclusively on the roots and trunks of trees. Their size is rarely more than 50 cm in height, and the stems, consisting of segments-segments, have a drooping shape.
Aglaonema is a close relative of the familiar Dieffenbachia. This plant became famous for having almost the main role in the film “Leon”, however, the beauty of this modest ornamental deciduous flower in Europe was learned at the beginning of the 18th century. It was then that the first specimens of Aglaonema were brought from the islands of Southeast Asia by a Jesuit priest.
Agave (aloe) is a plant that has been grown at home for more than one hundred years. These modest-looking plants could be found on the windowsill of every grandmother, who always called him “father”, and looked after the flower especially diligently, because aloe was not just a window decoration, but a healer, an assistant in the treatment of many ailments.
In the tropical forests of South America and hot islands, beautiful peperomia grows. It densely spreads on the ground and winds around trees. In the wild, there are more than 1000 species of this plant, considered a distant relative of pepper crops. And only about 30 of them feel good at home.
Perennial clivia (Clivia) has only 7 species of its kind. At home, this flower grows up to 60 cm tall. Clivia propagates by lateral shoots, seeds and division of the bush. Proper care of young plants makes it possible to grow healthy flowering specimens, avoiding elementary problems.
Genus Description (Episcia Mart), family Gesneriaceae, order Iasperiflora, class Dicotyledonous. Mesophilic plants - prefer moderate temperatures. In nature, they grow in the evergreen forests of the tropics of Central and South America. Terraces of rivers, shady ravines, moist cliffs and near waterfalls are their favorite places.
Scutellaria baicalensis (scutellaria baicalensis) is a fairly well-known plant from the family of cinquefoil and under natural conditions, the areas of Baikal, the territory of Mongolia, Korea and Northern China, as well as the Amur Region and Primorsky Territory, became the distribution area of the species. Botanical description Scutellaria baicalensis belongs to the semi-shrub plants and the family Lamiaceae.
The catalog of succulents (succulentus) includes indoor, or domestic, as well as garden or outdoor plants, the distinguishing feature of which is the presence of special fabrics for water supplies. Most often, such species and varieties grow in areas with arid climatic conditions and a hot, long period.
Dieffenbachia (dieffenbachia) is a very effective ornamental plant, which is successfully grown at home not only experienced but also amateur beginners. The homeland of Dieffenbachia is tropical rainforests, so the ornamental plant is very difficult to tolerate the drying of the soil or air.
Sansevieria, as well as Sansevier or Sansevier, many amateur gardeners are well-known under such unusual names as pike tail or mother-in-law's tongue, which is due to the very characteristic appearance of the leaves of the decorative culture. A plant blooms in conditions of indoor floriculture rarely enough, and for a house flower to bloom, it will require special conditions and care.
Succulents (succulentus) are represented by plants that have special tissues that store water. Most often, in natural conditions, such plants grow in arid areas. However, the cultivation and propagation of these crops by flower growers is successfully carried out at home. The most popular succulents in indoor floriculture are the following species: echeveria or "stone flower"; crassula or "fat woman"; sedum or stonecrop; Kalanchoe; scarlet or "agave"; epiphyllum or "cactus".
Zamioculcas (Zamiocúlcas), a celibacy flower or dollar tree, belongs to the monotypic plant genus from the Araceae family. The native land of the plant is tropical Africa, and when cultivated on the territory of our country, flower growers may encounter problems such as zamioculcas withered, and also do not give new shoots or do not grow and die slowly.
Dracaena is an ornamental plant from the dry and warm regions of South and Central America, Asia and Africa. In the culture, the most common species are Dracaena fragrant (Dracaena fragrans) and Dracaena deremskaya (Dracaena Deremensis), which are perfectly adapted for growing at home and do not require too complicated care.
Mother-in-law's tongue - this is the name of a houseplant that is popular among domestic flower growers, which combines unpretentiousness in care and decorativeness, and is also great for cultivation at home. Not all gardeners know that the scientific name for this indoor flower is Sansevieria or Sansevieria.
Calathea is a houseplant from the Marantov family. Its botanical homeland is the warm and forests of South America, today it is widely grown at home. As a rule, the height of its representatives reaches up to 70 cm, however in room breeding you can often find more compact species - 30 - 50 cm.
Anthurium (Anthúrium) belongs to the genus of evergreens and the family Aroid, or Aronnikovye (Araceae). At home, anthurium, or the flower "male happiness", is very popular. The high demand for this relatively unpretentious plant in indoor floriculture is due to a fairly simple care and excellent decorative indicators.