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The genus is native to the tropics.
See Sapium sebiferum .
Tritoniopsis antholyza is a winter-growing, deciduous, bulbous plant. It is found on rocky sandstone slopes over a wide area. It has tubular salmon pink to red flowers in a dense spike.
This very rare unusual succulent from Madagascar has spectacular yellow flowers with black centers and soft velvet leaves, pleasant to touch. Uncarina peltata is quite rare and not the easiest subject. Grows in well-drained soil, and unlike many succulents, prefers lots of water along with full sun. Forms large caudex.
The plant goes dormant in winter and stays leafless during dormancy.
A little-known plant, perfect for a shady border. Appears in mid-spring, in time to hide dying daffodil foliage. The leaves are a nice bright yellow-green. The pendulous blooms are borne amongst bright green, lanced foliage.
This is a deciduous shrub or small tree with large, velvet and lush leaves. The plant can be single or multistemmed, but usually the latter.
The fruit is almost round, glossy dark green when young and changing to a light brown when ripe.
The Wild Medlar is a hardy and drought resistant plant that can withstand moderate cold.