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Week 4. Hort I House Plants. Maranta leuconeura var. kerchoviana. Common Name: Prayer Plant Habit: Horizontal, Pendulous Origin: South America Form: Oval - horizontal Texture: Medium - coarse Landscape Uses: Hanging basket, Indoor plant. Form : Simple Arrangement: Alternate

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week 4

Week 4

Hort I

House Plants

maranta leuconeura var kerchoviana
Marantaleuconeura var. kerchoviana
  • Common Name: Prayer Plant
  • Habit: Horizontal, Pendulous
  • Origin: South America
  • Form: Oval - horizontal
  • Texture: Medium - coarse
  • Landscape Uses: Hanging basket, Indoor plant
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Form: Simple

  • Arrangement: Alternate
  • Texture / venation: Soft flexible, Pinnatevenation
  •  Shapes: Oblong
  • Apices: Acute, Rounded, Truncate
  • Bases: Obtuse
  • Margins: Entire
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The Prayer Plant gets it’s name for it’s unique habit of raising their leaves to an upright position at night time. The leaves fold together like hands during prayer!

  • plant prefers bright indirect sunlight, but is generally tolerant of lower light areas.
  • Propagation by division mainly
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NEPHROLEPIS EXALTATA cv.
  • Neff – row – LEP – iss ex – all – TAH – tah
  • Common Name:Boston Fern
  • Family: Polypodiaceae
  • Native: Tropical America
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Life Cycle: Annual
  • Growth Habit: House plant
  • Leaf Arrangement: Basal
  • Leaf Shape: Linear
  • Leaf Margin: Crenate
  • Vein Pattern: Pinnate
  • *Leaves are called Fronds
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Flower: None - gymnosperm
  • Fruit: None - produces spores
  • Roots: Fibrous
  • Growth: Medium
  • Light Exposure: Part shade to shade
  • Zone: Tropical
philodendron scandens var oxycardium
Philodendron scandens var. oxycardium
  • Common Name:Parlor Ivy/Heart Leaf Philodendron
  • Family: Araceae
  • Native: Puerto Rico
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Life Cycle: Annual
  • Growth Habit: Vine
  • Leaf Arrangement: Alternate
  • Leaf Shape: Cordate
  • Lear Margin: Entire
  • Vein Pattern: Pinnate
  • Simple
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Flower: Insignificant
  • Root: Fibruous & Aerial
  • Environment: Shade
  • Growth: Medium
  • Zones: 10-11
description
DESCRIPTION
  • New leaf will be enclosed in bronze sheath that will hang loose on new growth and fall off on old growth
plectranthus a ustralis
Plectranthusaustralis
  • Common Name: Swedish Ivy
  • Key ID Features: Trailing plant with opposite, ovate, veiny, dark green leaves on long petioles with stipules at the base.
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Habit: Pendulous, Dense, Spreading

  • Origin: Australia / New Zealand
  • Form: Mounded, Weeping
  • Texture: Medium – coarse
  • Landscape Uses: Bedding plant, Container planting, Hanging basket, Indoor plant
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Form: Simple

  • Arrangement: Opposite
  • Shapes: Ovate
  • Apices: Acute
  • Bases: Attenuate
  • Margins: Crenate
  • Palmate Veins
  • Flowers are on spikes
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SAINTPAULIA IONANTHA
  • Saint – PAUL – ee – ah

eye – on – NAN – thuh

  • Common Name: African Violet
  • Family: Gesneriacae
  • Native: Tanganyika, Africa
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Life Cycle: Annual
  • Growth Habit: House Plant
  • Leaf Arrangement: Rosette (stairstep)
  • Leaf Shape: Ovate
  • Leaf Margin: Entire
  • Vein PatternPinnate
  • Simple
flower
FLOWER
  • Purple, White, or Pink
  • Head Shape
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Stems: Pubescent (as well as leaves)
  • Roots: Fibrous
  • Growth: Slow
  • Light Exposure: South Facing Window
cultural practices
CULTURAL PRACTICES
  • Water from the underneath so it won’t rot
schefflera arboricola
Schefflera arboricola
  • Common Name: Dwarf Schefflera
  • Family: Araliaceae
  • Native: Tropical
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Life Cycle: Annual
  • Classification: House plant
  • Leaf Arrangement: Alternate
  • Leaf Shape:
  • Leaf Margin: Entire
  • Vein Pattern: Pinnate
  • Leaf Type: Compound
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LEAF
  • Length 8” to 12”
  • Width 6” to 8”

PLANT

  • Height 4’ - 5’
  • Width 3’ - 4’
  • Upright
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Flower Color: Insignificant
  • Root: Fibrous
  • Fruit: None
  • Environment: Part shade-shade
  • Growth: Medium
  • Zones: 10
description1
DESCRIPTION
  • Has 8 - 9 leaflets
  • cv. Form with creamy white variegated foliage available
cultural practices1
CULTURAL PRACTICES
  • 55° F. night
  • Propagate by seed or air layer
  • Semi-shade