Sakthivel Rajan

Sakthivel Rajan

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Rubber Plant (ficus elastica): Your plant appears to be a rubber plant.  Indoors it needs bright indirect light and should be watered when the soil feels dry down to your first knuckle.  Feed with a slow-release or organic fertilizer that is formulated for container plants. Do not allow plant to sit in water as this may lead to root rot.

Rubber Plant (ficus elastica): Your plant appears to be a rubber plant. Indoors it needs bright indirect light and should be watered when the soil feels dry down to your first knuckle. Feed with a slow-release or organic fertilizer that is formulated for container plants. Do not allow plant to sit in water as this may lead to root rot.

Mexican Petunia (ruellia brittoniana): Easy to grow, in sun or partial shade. Will reach a height of from mounding ground cover to up to 3' or larger, and spreads from seed as well as underground root systems. It can be invasive, but is also tough as nails, and will grow with little care or effort. Funnel shaped flowers are produced singularly, and range from purple to pinks and whites.

Mexican Petunia (ruellia brittoniana): Easy to grow, in sun or partial shade. Will reach a height of from mounding ground cover to up to 3' or larger, and spreads from seed as well as underground root systems. It can be invasive, but is also tough as nails, and will grow with little care or effort. Funnel shaped flowers are produced singularly, and range from purple to pinks and whites.

Orchid Tree (bauhinia species): Your flower is likely from a wonderful tree that does well in mild winter regions. Depending on the species or cultivar will bear white, pink, or purple orchid-like blossoms. Needs full sun and regular water during growth and bloom cycles. Blooms primarily from late spring to late fall. Thin for shape and crowded growth after bloom cycle.  If you disagree, please take another photo showing more of the tree as well as any other information you might have about…

Orchid Tree (bauhinia species): Your flower is likely from a wonderful tree that does well in mild winter regions. Depending on the species or cultivar will bear white, pink, or purple orchid-like blossoms. Needs full sun and regular water during growth and bloom cycles. Blooms primarily from late spring to late fall. Thin for shape and crowded growth after bloom cycle. If you disagree, please take another photo showing more of the tree as well as any other information you might have about…

Cottonleaf Passionflower (passiflora foetida): Passiflora foetida (common names: wild maracuja, bush passion fruit, marya-marya, wild water lemon, stinking passionflower, love-in-a-mist or running pop) is a species of passion flower that is native to the southwestern United States (southern Texas and Arizona), Mexico, the Caribbean, Central America, and much of South America. It has been introduced to tropical regions around the world, such as Southeast Asia and Hawaii. It is a creeping vine…

Ping pong ball size yellow fruits are mildly flavored. Native to the southwestern U., Mexico, and Central and South America