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Introduction
South American plants -Thibault
Conclusion
Plant Model
Garden Design
South America plants.

Plants in south America are mostly tropicals due to the climate. Seasons doesn't really exist in south America, Plants all the plants evolve in a tropical climate.
Petals
Queu
Model of a Tillandsia
Tilandsia is a plant that
grows a lot in south America,
specially in Guyana.
- 75-80°F (24-29C) the day

-10-15°F (6-8C). the night

- can deal with as little as 40% humidity

-Mostly found in South America



Brassavola Nodosa

Euphorbia Pulcherrima
Aechmea Fasciata
Heliciona Flower
Nympheaceae
Genlisea
Epiphite
Coffea Arabica
South America have an enormous variation of plants, but they all have similar Climate need. All those plants need humidity in order to survive. Most plants from south America are tropical plants that don't have to deal with seasons due to the south american climate
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-Common Name: poinsettia

-Type: Deciduous shrub

-Family: Euphorbiaceae

-Native Range: Western Mexico

-Height: 3.00 to 10.00 feet

-Tolerate air pollution

-Poisonous plant

- rank: species

-Need bright light

- Summer:between 70 to 85F°

- Fall: 65 to 75F°

- need regular watering and temperated areas

- Native to Brazil


-grow to a height of 3-30 feet in height

-Found in South America, mexico and central America

- Gravity-defying ornamentation

-grow in tropical environment


-Found in Humid zone in tropical places mostly South America and Africa

-Arabica coffee dominates world market

-Needs high exposure to water

- need dappled sunlight





Passion fruit
- Native to southern Brazil

- Found in tropical places

- Hardy to 32F

- Regular watering is needed

- Also named Passiflora edulis

-Can grow to 20ft in 1 year

-Also called water lily's

-Grows in tropical places

- Usually grow in south America and central America

-Need worm temperature








-found throughout rainforests

-Uses photosynthesis

-Strange species that grows on other plants

-Need tropical climate

-carnivorous plant

-Need regular watering

- Founded South Africa, South America, madagascar (tropical places)

-Need a lot of light exposure

eat nematodes and protozoa.
Image sourcehttp://www.tradewindsfruit.com/content/passionfruit.htm
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Image sourcehttp://powo.science.kew.org/taxon/urn:lsid:ipni.org:names:30176564-2
Image source https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aechmea_fasciata
Image source http://www.theflowerexpert.com/content/aboutflowers/exoticflowers/heliconia
Image souce https://www.shutterstock.com/image-photo/pink-lotus-nymphaeaceae-pond-151535582
Image source https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genlisea
Image sources: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Epiphyte
Image source https://australianseed.com/shop/item/coffea-arabica-
Image sourcehttps://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/54/South_America_-_Blue_Marble_orthographic.jpg
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