Cherry (Prunus subg. Cerasus) - belongs to the Rosaceae family, a subgenus of the genus Prunus. It differs from its congeners by folded leaves alongside, arranged in an umbrella-like arrangement of fragrant flowers, smooth, as if polished fruits.This..
Pear (Latin Pyrus) is an ornamental tree from the fruit genus, belongs to the Rosaceae family. There are 60 known species and about a thousand varieties of pears.The most common type is the common pear, or Wild pear (Pýrus commúnis), on the basis of ..
The apple tree (lat. Mālus) belongs to the deciduous trees of the Pink family. In nature, there are about 50 species that grow mainly in places with a temperate climate.The tree is distinguished by delicious, sweet, juicy spherical fruits, they conta..
Monstera (lat.Monstera) is a long-liver from the aroid family, native to the tropical forests of South and Central America. In total, there are about 50 species of these evergreens in nature.Liana can grow up to 40 meters in height, in room condition..
Dieffenbachia (Latin Dieffenbachia) - belongs to the evergreen family of aroids (Araceae), which includes about 40 representatives. Most often found in the rainforests of South and North America. The overseas beauty owes its name to the gardener of t..
Areca (lat. Areca) is a genus of plants belonging to the Palm family (Arecaceae). More than 50 species are known that grow in the humid tropical forests of China and India, as well as in Malaysia, the Philippines and the Solomon Islands. The homeland..
Miltonia (lat. Miltonia) is a genus of perennial herbaceous plants of the Orchid family, which has small oval pseudobulbs at the base of the trunk. The natural habitats of these epiphytic orchids are the rainforests of northeastern Argentina, central..
Cambria (lat. Cambria) is an artificially bred hybrid that does not occur in natural conditions. The following types of orchids are used for crossing: Oncidium, Miltonia, Brassia, Odontoglossum, Kohlioda and others.Cumbria can be distinguished by the..
Cattleya (Latin Cattleya) is an epiphytic or lithophytic orchid of the Orchid family. Currently, there are more than 50 species of Cattleya. Sizes range from 20 cm to 1 meter. Naturally, it grows in South and Central America.Cattleya is called the qu..
Oncidium (lat. Oncidium) is an epiphytic orchid of the Orchid family, includes about 750 species. His homeland: South and Central America, Antilles.In nature, orchids are found in yellow, orange, brown and white, sometimes red. In shape, Oncidium flo..
Vanda (Latin Vanda) is an epiphytic orchid of the Orchid family (Orchidaceae). In nature, it grows in the tropics of southern China, India, the Philippines, Indonesia and northern Australia. Currently, about 60 species of this orchid are known.Vandas..
Cymbidium (Latin Cymbidium) is a genus of evergreen epiphytic plants of the Orchid family (Orchidaceae). Found naturally in Northern Australia and subtropical Asia.At present, about 60 species have been discovered that grow in different climatic zone..
Orchid Dendrobium (Latin Dendrobium) is a representative of one of the most extensive genera of the Orchid family. In nature, it grows mainly as an epiphyte (airy orchid), which confirms its name Dendrobium, from the Greek. Tree dweller. Some species..
Peach, a peach tree (Latin Persica) is a woody plant of the Pink family, a relative of the almond tree. Common peach (Persica vulgaris) - is a tree up to 8 m high, with pink flowers that appear before the leaves. The homeland of the peach is China, c..
Sakura (Latin Prunus serrulata) is an ornamental tree of the Pink family. Sakura grows in the Himalayas: Japan, China and Korea. Sakura also grow in Moldova, Stavropol and Krasnodar Territories, in Transcarpathia. More than 300 species of this wonder..
Jasmine (Latin Jasmínum) is an evergreen curly or erect shrub of the Olive family. The homeland of jasmine is the subtropics of Europe and Southeast Asia. Under natural conditions, jasmine grows in the Caucasus and Crimea. There are about 190 species..
Begonia (lat. Begonia) is one of the most beautiful plants of the Begonia family. The genus includes more than 800 species that grow in the tropics and subtropics of Southeast Asia, Africa, on the island of Madagascar. The size of these herbaceous pl..
Feijoa (lat. Feijoa) is an evergreen tree of the genus myrtle, blooming with large white flowers. The feihua tree reaches a height of 4 m. The plant is native to southern Brazil. This tree got its name in honor of the Brazilian discoverer João da Sil..
Passion fruit (Latin Passiflora edulis) is a fast-growing vine with beautiful lush foliage and edible fruits. The birthplace of passion fruit is South America. Currently growing in Hawaii, New Zealand, Galapagos Islands. It is famous for its fruits, ..
Kiwi or "Chinese gooseberry" (Actinidia chinesis) is a large tree-like vine. It got its name because of the similarity of the fruit with a bird living in Australia and New Zealand. The homeland of the kiwi is China. This plant is grown for its delici..
Mandarin or Mandarin tree (Citrus reticulata) is an evergreen tree of the Rutov family, from 2 to 4 meters high. The homeland of the mandarin is China, from where the name of the plant comes from. In ancient China, tangerines were called rich officia..
Fig (Ficus carica) is a deciduous tree of the mulberry family. It got its name from the province of Caria in Asia Minor. A close relative of indoor ficuses. Under natural conditions, it grows up to 8-10 meters. A mature tree produces about 60-70 swee..
Banana (Banana) is a perennial herb that grows up to 9 m in natural conditions. The native land of banana is the tropics of Southeast Asia. Bananas are decorative, technical, fodder and fruit.Indoor banana is grown both as an ornamental and as a frui..
Pineapple (lat. Ananas) is a herbaceous fruit plant of the bromeliad family. The homeland of pineapple is Central and South America. For sweet fruit, pineapple is grown in tropical countries, and in Europe, pineapple is grown in greenhouses in Hollan..