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Gorgeous Garden | Alocasia amazonica, Alpinia purpurata, Aglaonema Thai Pink

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1. Alocasia amazonica

 If you have been looking for a dark, mysterious twist to your garden, Alocasia amazonica must be the one for you. It’s exotic foliage will add a stunning appeal to your home. It would thrive when it is grown in well-drained soil, moderately humid conditions and slight shade. It is also called the elephant’s ear for it’s spread, flat leaves.


2. Alpinia purpurata

This plant is Malaysian in origin but grows in places around the world like Hawaii, Panama, Jamaica, Puerto Rico and many more. It is more of a cone than a flower, but the only true flower is on the very top of the cone and is white. It is known for its deep pink plumes, something that can add an exotic sense in our landscapes. It is not called the ‘Jungle king’ for nothing.


3. Aglaonema Thai Pink

If you are a first time gardener and wish to decorate your terrace or balcony garden with houseplants, then Aglaonema Pink is the way to go. The bright pink leaves are usually a common sight in several Indian households. Not only are they individually attractive but they add colour and pomp when put in a pack of other plants. The Lucky Plant not only grows indoors but is a great addition to an outdoor garden too; though it needs protection from direct sunlight. Otherwise the plant is quite easy to care for. 

In order to maintain their beautiful pink colour, make sure to keep these plants in the shade. Too much sunlight could damage the leaves resulting in death of the plant. Apart from their striking looks, the Aglaonema Pink is also known for purifying formaldehyde and benzene from the air in your homes. This makes the plant a perfect fit for modern office and home settings. If you are a forgetful plant owner, Aglaonema Pink will not disappoint you with its ability to thrive in less than ideal conditions.