FAMILY: Podocarpaceae ORIGIN: Japan HEIGHT: 45 GROWTH: MEDIUM ZONE: 7-11 SALT: MEDIUM DROUGHT: MEDIUM SOIL: WIDE LIGHT: MEDIUM; HIGH NUTRITION: LOW TYPE: EVERGREEN TREE LEAF: SIMPLE; LINEAR FOLIAGE COLOR: GREEN TEXTURE: FINE FLOWER COLOR: N/A CHARACTERISTICS: N/A SEASON: SUMMER FRUIT: GREENISH-PURPLE FRUIT USES: TREE; SHRUB; HEDGE PROPAGATE: SEEDS; CUTTINGS NOTES: Often sheared into a tall screen or columnar tree. HUMAN: NONE ENVIRON: NONE PROBLEMS: SCALES; SOOTY MOLD CULTIVARS: Var. maki Is more shrublike than species.
Boniopsis (Bambusa Boniopsis) is a clumping bamboo that grows to 3-4 mtrs in height. It features small, dark green leaves and is very dense when fully grown. It is a vase shaped bamboo, meaning it is a tight clump at the base then vases out like a capital V shape to cover a 2-3m area. Boniopsis is a fast growing bamboo, and can achieve a privacy screen in under 24 months.
FAMILY: Poaceae ORIGIN: Hainan, China HEIGHT: 15 GROWTH: FAST ZONE: 8-11 DROUGHT: MEDIUM SOIL: WIDE LIGHT: HIGH NUTRITION: LOW TYPE: EVERGREEN SHRUB LEAF: SIMPLE; LINEAR FOLIAGE COLOR: GREEN TEXTURE: MEDIUM PROPAGATE: DIVISION NOTES: A small green bamboo from Hainan, China; a recent import. Narrow leaves. HUMAN: NONE
Sabal palmetto, also known as cabbage palm, palmetto, cabbage palmetto, palmetto palm, blue palmetto, Carolina palmetto, common palmetto, swamp cabbage and sabal palm, is one of 15 species of palmetto palm. The sponsored photo is of a regenerated Sabal Palm.
Philodendron xanadu is a plant that belongs to the family Araceae and subgenus Meconostigma, one of three subgenera within the genus Philodendron. This plant is native to Brazil, but is widely cultivated as a landscape plant in tropical, subtropical and warm temperate climates.