Camellia is an evergreen flowering shrub that is native to southeastern Asia, Japan, China, Vietnam, and Indonesia. These plants have leaves in simple, thick glossy structure. Flowers are usually large with 5-9 petals in clusters and available in white, pink, red and yellow colors. The Plant grows to a height of 6-15 feet tall with width 5-7 feet.
Crown of Thorns Plant- Euphorbia Milii- Spurge
Crown of thorns or euphorbia is an annual flowering plant in the family Euphorbiaceae. Gardeners grow some of these varieties as ornamental houseplants. These plants are native to North America, South Africa, and Madagascar countries. Thorn plants are grown as landscape because of its drought and heat tolerant properties. The Plant has poisonous milky white sap with floral structures of flower heads. Flowers do not have petals and sepals like other flowering plants. Roots are thick, fleshy and tuberous. Leaves are arranged alternately and appear in whorls.
Lady Palm- Rhapis
Ladyfinger palm is grown as evergreen ornamental plant and some species are cold tolerant plants and at outdoors in subtropical or warm climatic conditions. A palm variety Rhapis Excelsa was listed as one of the best plants for removing toxins in the air by NASA.
Bottle Brush Tree- Callistemon
Bottlebrush trees or Callistemon mostly suffer from dry or dead leaves. If your plants are so then this may be due to the lack of water supplied to the plants. There may be other reasons like pests problem and nutrient deficiencies that cause great damage to the plants.
Home friendly cordylines are easy and fun to grow at indoors. But the problem arises when the plant growth diminishes. It can due to the several issues like overwatering, lack of nutrients, pests problem. To overcome these problems proper care must be taken for cordyline plants under right growing conditions.