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week of 02.12.2024
This week we are talking about Ficus elastica 'Shivereana', commonly known as a Variegated Rubber Tree. This plant belong to the Moraceae (Mulberry) plant family along with Fiddle Leaf Figs and are native to eastern parts of South Asia and Southeast Asia. Most are familiar with Rubber trees varieties such as Tineke, Ruby, and Burgundy...
week of 02.19.2024
his week we are talking about Rhapis excelsa, commonly known as Lady Palm. This plant belongs to the Arecaceae plant family and is native to southern China and Taiwan. Lady Palms grows in dense clumps of bamboo-like stalks and have large, fan shaped foliage emerging from sheaths.
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