zebra plant


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zebra plant

n
(Plants) See calathea
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Most flowering and fruiting plants need 1,000 or more foot-candles, although some, such as African violet, rex begonia, flowering maple, zebra plant and crown-of-thorns, will provide colorful displays even at about 500 foot-candles.
ADRIENNE SAYS: Tropical foliage plants such as philodendron, dumb cane, zebra plant and crotons will thrive in temperatures around 60F
Aphelandra squarrosa is known as the zebra plant because of the bold ivory white veins on the bright green leaves.
Zebra plant (Aphelandra squarrosa) - a shrubby plant with white and green leaves and bright yellow flowers.
* Aphelandra squarrosa is known as the zebra plant because of the bold ivory-white veins on the bright green leaves.
Large rooms can accommodate Ficus, Crotons, Peace Lillies, Palms and Swiss Cheese Plants while warm and humid rooms can look better with Peacock Plants, Angel's Wings, Zebra Plants and Net Plants - which are now widely available in Pakistan thanks to nurseries importing these from Thailand.
'Green Zebra plants are real survivors, too, and often produce good crops in years with bad weather.
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