Indian Strawberry

Indian strawberry (Dulcesnea indica, Mock strawberry) has been a rapid increase in the popularity of hanging plants in recent years. Some excellent trailers, however, still remain rarities and the Indian strawberry is a good example. It is vigorous and easy to care for.

Indian strawberry is a fast-spreading evergreen groundcover for shady areas or sunny, moist sites. It has bright green, trifoliate leaves. In summer the flowers appear and these are followed by small strawberry-like fruits. These are edible, but unfortunately they are completely tasteless.

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Growing Palm Trees Indoor

Growing palm trees indoor – Palm trees are being widely used in landscaping these days and are used in almost all climates. The palm trees are known for their natural toughness that comes with their unique structure and several amazing evolutionary characteristics that these plants have developed.


These special features or characteristics are the reason behind the success of these plants across a varied landscapes and climates. It natural survival instincts also make it the most popular candidate for a burgeoning industry- the home landscaping sector.

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In-House Plants: Planting Tips

In-house plants when correctly developed not just give a enjoyable look but additionally purify the indoor air. However in-house plants need special care and below are great tips to help you through proper in-house planting and care.

To create the greatest growth and development of leafy plants cultivated within the room, it’s important to bear in mind that it’s the leaf which prepares food for the entire plant. But leaves only function in the existence of sunlight as well as in an area, there’s much less sunlight than outdoors. A plant one meter from the window only receives about one-fifth from the light received outdoors. Therefore the closer we put the plant within the window, the lighter it will get and also the better it evolves. Also maintaining your plants close to the window guarantees lots of outdoors supply to plants.

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Asparagus

The two popular Asparagus ferns (A. plumosus and A. densiflorus sprengeri) are grown for their graceful feathery foliage, which is often used in flower arrangements. But all is not what it seems – they are not ferns, and the ‘leaves’ are really needle-like branches.

Asparagus fern is an easy plant to grow, much easier than most true ferns, because it will adapt to wide variations in light, heat and frequency of watering. It does not demand a humid atmosphere and can be easily propagated. For maximum effect make sure that the arching or trailing branches are not impeded by other plants – a hanging basket is the ideal home for Asparagus.

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Exotic And Unique Air Plants

For decorating the indoors and outdoors, air plants holds a significant position. These unique looking plants look amazing and wonderful. They are not just meant to glorify the outdoors but also to fashion up the indoor décor. Air plants look exotic, unique and are extremely very easy to care. They can further be grown anywhere and everywhere. These creatures can offer a formal and modern look into our home. Displaying them in vases, bowls, pottery and terrariums, they look incredible and adorable. They can be bought not just for perfect home décor, but they can also be given as gifts during house warming or other occasions. Furthermore, such wonderful species look so cute that you would like to name each one of them.

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Heptapleurum

Heptapleurum is a fast-growing tree-like plant with about ten leaflets radiating from each leaf-stalk. Its main advantage over its close relative Schefflera is that it will happily grow as a bush if the growing point of the main stem is removed. This plant grows quickly in any fairly good soil and it loves partial shade. It is originally from Australia.

They may be increased by seeds, air layering or cuttings. Air layering is useful for pot-grown plants that have become tall and spindly. Heptapleurum is quite easy if you provide winter warmth, good light and moist air. Leaf fall may occur if there is a sudden change in conditions – blackened tips indicate overwatering.

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