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Dragon Fruit ‘Edgar’s Baby’ (Hylocereus hybrid)
The result of years of plant breeding and careful selection, Dragon Fruit ‘Edgar’s Baby’ has a sweet and tangy, reddish inner flesh with tiny, edible, black seeds. The round, red fruit has prominent scales on the outer rind. This red-fleshed variety contains lycopene, a natural antioxidant that’s good for your health. Dragon Fruit foliage looks similar to Orchid Cactus and it needs a trellis for support. Once the vine matures at 4-5’ tall, it begins flowering and fruiting. Fruit ripens four to five weeks after flowering and you can expect successive harvests throughout the summer and fall season.
https://www.logees.com/fruits/tropical/dragon-fruit-edgar-s-baby-hylocereus-hybrid-1460.html

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#Flowers #Garden #AfricanDaisy

Osteospermum /ˌɒstiəˈspɜːrməm, -tioʊ-/,[1][2] is a genus of flowering plants belonging to the Calenduleae, one of the smaller tribes of the sunflower/daisy family Asteraceae. They are known as the daisybushes[3] or African daisies.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Osteospermum

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A pitaya (/pɪˈtaɪ.ə/) or pitahaya (/ˌpɪtəˈhaɪ.ə/) the fruit of several different cactus species indigenous to the Americas.[1][2] Pitaya usually refers to fruit of the genus Stenocereus,[citation needed] while pitahaya or dragon fruit refers to fruit of the genus Hylocereus,[citation needed] both in the Cactaceae family. The dragon fruit is cultivated in Southeast Asia, Florida, the Caribbean, Australia, and throughout tropical and subtropical world regions.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pitaya

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#loquat #Fruit #farm

The loquat (Eriobotrya japonica; from Cantonese Chinese: 盧橘; Jyutping: lou4gwat1) is a species of flowering plant in the family Rosaceae, a native to the cooler hill regions of China to south-central China.[2][3] It is also quite common in Japan, Korea, hilly Regions of India (Himachal), Potohar and foothill regions of Pakistan and some can be found in some Northern part of the Philippines, and hill country in Sri Lanka.[citation needed] It can also be found in some southern European countries such as Turkey, Cyprus, Malta, Italy, Spain and Portugal; and several Middle Eastern countries including Morocco Algeria, Syria, Iraq, Israel and Lebanon.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loquat

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#SnailVine #landscape #plant

Intriguing snail shell-shaped blooms start out white and unfurl to purple-pink. This perennial vine provides attractive cover for fences and walls in frost-free regions. Plant where its faint hyacinth-like fragrance can be enjoyed, climbing up an arbor or trellis, or spilling over a patio tub or rock wall. Semi-evergreen.
https://www.monrovia.com/plant-catalog/plants/3589/snail-vine/

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#dragonfruit #cactus #garden
A pitaya (/pɪˈtaɪ.ə/) or pitahaya (/ˌpɪtəˈhaɪ.ə/) the fruit of several different cactus species indigenous to the Americas.[1][2] Pitaya usually refers to fruit of the genus Stenocereus,[citation needed] while pitahaya or dragon fruit refers to fruit of the genus Hylocereus,[citation needed] both in the Cactaceae family. The dragon fruit is cultivated in Southeast Asia, Florida, the Caribbean, Australia, and throughout tropical and subtropical world regions.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pitaya

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#BeecheyBamboo #plant #landscape

Bambusa beecheyana (Beechey Bamboo) - A gracefully arching large clump-forming bamboo which reaches to 50 feet tall with 5 inch thick culms that first emerge an apricot color and are later covered with white powder. Good for an accent plant in tropical and oriental gardens. Plant in full sun. Hardy to 15 degrees F. Edible shoots. Native to Guangdong and Hong Kong, China. This description is based on our research and observations made of this plant as it grows in our nursery, in the nursery garden and in other gardens that we have visited. We will also incorporate comments received from others and always appreciate getting feedback of any kind from those who have some additional information about this plant, in particular if this information is contrary to what we have written or if they have additional cultural tips that would aid others in growing Bambusa beecheyana.
https://www.smgrowers.com/products/plants/plantdisplay.asp?plant_id=211

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Beautiful, finely cut, broad, bright green fronds spread out from atop a slender trunk, creating a lush and exotic accent with a palm tree-like affect. The fastest growing of the tree ferns and a stunning specimen for adding a tropical element to large containers on patios or indoors, or in temperate landscapes. A frost-tender evergreen.
https://www.monrovia.com/plant-catalog/plants/1205/australian-tree-fern/

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Long John grevillea is a tall upright growing evergreen shrub with an with a soft and billowy appearance. Mature plants become quite large and can reach heights of 10-15 ft. and spread 10-15 ft. across. Foliage consists of finely divided dark green leaves that are soft and pliable. Large numbers of showy light pink and red flowers occur in mid to late spring. This is a fast growing cultivar that needs space to mature and works well for screening and in mixed tree and shrub plantings. It is cold hardy to 20°F and adapts to all parts of the Inland Empire.

https://inlandvalleygardenplanner.org/plants/grevillea-long-john-4/

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Aloe striata (Coral Aloe) – A beautiful succulent to about 18 inches tall by 2 feet wide with rosettes of a few flat broad pale gray-green leaves that vary in color depending on the amount of sunlight; in hot full sun the foliage is pinkish and in more shaded spots they are often bluish-green. The leaves have notable dark narrow lines running longitudinally (though more pronounced on the ssp. karasbergensis) and toothless pale reddish nearly transparent leaf margins. In late winter into early spring emerge up to three 2 foot tall stems that branch and hold clusters of coral-red flowers. This plant is often sold as a solitary plant but will slowly produce new rosettes at the base to form a cluster. Plant in full sun to light shade in well-drained soil and irrigate little to regularly – though quite tolerant of dry conditions, a plumper plant can be obtained with regular to occasional irrigation so long as soil drains well. Hardy to 20 to 25 degrees F. Plant in groups or us as a solitary specimen in the ground or in a large container. Aloe striata is widely distributed in the dry areas of the Eastern and Western Cape provinces of South Africa, growing from 800 to 7,300 feet in elevation. The specific epithet 'striata' is from the Latin adjective 'striatum' (strio) meaning "grooved" or "striped," in reference to the longitudinal stripes of the leaves. Be wary of imposters - much of what is sold as Aloe striata in the nursery trade is actually a garden hybrid that has teeth along the leaf margins - for more information on this see our page on Aloe striata hybrid. We have grown Aloe striata since 1982 and our plants are grown from well maintained and isolated stock plants that yield seed of consistently uniform and true type plants of Aloe striata. We also grow the very attractive Aloe striata ssp. karasbergensis and Aloe buhrii is also another species that is similar and so..

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Panamint Nectarines are juicy and full of excellent flavor! These are the perfect trees for any low-chill fruit orchard. They have been a long-time favorite in warm winter climates. Homegrown fruit tastes better than anything you'll find at the store. Plus, you get the satisfaction of knowing exactly where your food comes from. We love to plant them in any landscape and take in the beauty of this deciduous tree. They feature attractive green, glossy leaves and aromatic, red-skinned fruit that add to its charm. Plant one or two in your yard and live the good life!
https://www.moonvalleynurseries.com/trees/panamint-nectarine

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Brachychiton populneus, commonly known as the kurrajong,[1] is a small to medium-sized tree found naturally in Australia in a diversity of habitats from wetter coastal districts to semi-arid interiors of Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland. The extended trunk is a water storage device for survival in a warm dry climate. The bell-shaped flowers are variable in colour (pale to pink) while the leaves vary considerably in shape. The leaves are either simple and pointed, or may be 3–9 lobed. Saplings grow from a drought and fire resistant tap-rooted tuber.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brachychiton_populneus

#BottleTree #kurrajong #landscape

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A mulch is a layer of material applied to the surface of soil. Reasons for applying mulch include conservation of soil moisture, improving fertility and health of the soil, reducing weed growth and enhancing the visual appeal of the area.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mulch

#HowTo #Weeds #Mulch

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Foxtail Agave. Mature plants produce a striking, recurving bloom stalk covered with small, densely packed flowers.

#FoxTailAgave #SanDiego #Landscape

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Rosette-shaped evergreen succulent able to grow 2 to 4 feet tall and as wide, though it grows slowly and so is typically closer to 1 foot tall and wide. New leaves develop from the center of the plant. New plants (suckers) pop up from the base of the plant, making an expanding clump.

https://www.hortmag.com/plants/plants-we-love/spider-agave

#GreenSpiderAgave #landscape #Succulent

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Aloe marlothii (also known as the mountain aloe or the flat-flowered aloe) is a large, single-stemmed Southern African aloe of rocky places and open flat country, occasionally growing up to 6m tall.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aloe_marlothii

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Plant this Desert Delight Nectarine tree in your backyard and pick your own fresh and juicy nectarines. The best thing about growing your own nectarines is that they taste much better than any store bought and you know exactly where they come from. These wonderful nectarines have a common name that is the perfect match. They are a low-chill cultivar and are self-fruitful, so they can be planted alone in the landscape. Best of all, these are proven heavy producers, so you’ll have a plentiful bounty of these rich flavored fruits just in time for summer!

https://www.moonvalleynurseries.com/trees/citrus-and-fruit/desert-delight-nectarine

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Good groundcover for hot, arid areas

Tolerates seacoast conditions

Red flowers fall through spring

https://www.sloatgardens.com/plants/grevillea-juniperina-lava-cascade/

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The perfect non-invasive bamboo for smaller gardens, Golden Goddess has a well-mannered clumping form that can be easily maintained at under 8 feet tall. A fantastic container or screen plant with a graceful, arching form ideal for an exotic tropical or Asian garden effect. Evergreen.

https://www.monrovia.com/plant-catalog/plants/317/golden-goddess-bamboo/

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Aeonium ‘Mardi Gras’ is an offsetting succulent with rosettes of yellow and green variegation combined with vivid rose to rich burgundy especially when grown in bright light or when temperatures are cooler, offering a very striking accent. It displays a riot of colors, much like the festival for which it was named.

https://worldofsucculents.com/aeonium-mardi-gras/

#Aeonium #RarePlant #Landscape

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Attractive fast growing grevillea with spreading horizontal branches, army green leaves, white underneath and maroon/burgundy toothbrush flowers in spring-summer. Tolerant of heavy frost (Survived 2007 16F). Excellent screen or hedge, attracts hummingbirds and grown commercially for cut flowers. Protect from strong winds.
https://www.australianplants.com/plants.aspx?id=1237

#Plants #Grevillea #Flowers

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A Madagascar Native, Well suited for container growing this flat stemmed Euphorbia makes an extraordinary conversation piece on the patio. New growth is burnt orange in color. Xylophylloides Striata is one of the easiest Euphorbias to propagate and share. These unique plants are easy and fun to grow, simply water when dry.
https://kensnursery.com/product/paddle-cactus-euphorbia-xylophylloides/

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