Tuberose • Thrive in sunny spots • Bloom in late summer • Tall stems (2-3 feet tall) • Scent is used in perfumes
Nephthytis • Relatively pest-free • Greenish-white to yellow color • Slow-growing tropical vine
Artillery Plant Its native range is Mexico to Brazil It blooms pink and white Used as ground cover It lives in partial shade
Peace Lily • Native to Panama and Costa Rica • glossy, dark green foliage • one of the most favored houseplants • Likes the warm and shady forest floors
Common Garden Petunia Annuals Full Sun or Sun to Partial Shade Bloom Color: multi
Thanksgiving Cactus, Crab Cactus • Native to Brazil. • Red, rose, purple, lavender, peach, orange, cream, and white. • Popular to fall- and winter-flowering houseplants. • Sold usually in November.
Peperomia obtusifolia Thick and fleshy with a smooth waxy surface Found inside swamps on the Caribbean islands and in South Florida Peperomias like a light, highly organic soil Likes indirect light
Schlumbergera bridgesii • Grow in the rain forests of South America • Available in shades of pink, red, purple, yellow, and white • After it’s through flowering for the season, it needs about a one-month rest • Water sparingly and stop fertilizing until new growth begins in spring.
Snake Plant Snake plant or mother-in-law's tongue native to tropical West Africa. Its stiff Leaves grow vertically from a basal rosette. Mature leaves are dark green with light gray-green cross-banding and usually range between 70–90 cm (27–36 in) long and 5–6 cm (2–2.5 in) wide.
African violet Native to Tanzania and adjacent southeastern Kenya in eastern tropical Africa, Common name was given due to a superficial resemblance to true violets The African violet is a common household indoor plant but can also be an outdoor plant.
Verbena • Small flowers (5 petals) • Shade of blue, white, pink, or purple • Annual in Utah
Zinnia Profusion • Tolerates heat • Provide full sun • Bedding plant or potted plant