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Using FSN Pictures To Identify Houseplants or Tropical Plants

Blooming Plant OrchidAsk the Expert: where can I find pictures of house/tropical plants.

I have several plants and I want to take care of them properly. Robin

Flower Shop Network Plant Expert Reply:

A good starting place to identify blooming, tropical and houseplants is in the Flower Shop Network’s plant gallery.  The plant gallery page has several different kinds of plants including a photo of each.If you click on the picture of the plant, it takes you to a page specifically dedicated to information about the plant.

Most plant pages contain water, light and fertilizer requirements for that specific plant. It may also contain information about pests and disease, as well as interesting facts. You can also find a florist near you and purchase the plant.

If your plant isn’t in our plant gallery, send us a picture and one of our plant experts will do their best to identify your plant and give you care instructions.

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  1. Willy Conley says:

    I am trying to locate the name of this plant in the attached photo. Can you send it to me, if you can identify it?

    Many thanks!

    Attached Image: Unknown plant.jpg

  2. That is a spathe from a peace lily (Spathiphyllum clevelandii)

  3. Raymond Dallou says:

    Does anyone know what specifc Calladium this is?

    Attached Image: calladiumblog.jpg

  4. Looks a lot like Rosebud. Caladium World has pictures of rose bud and several other caladiums. Look under the fancy kind.

  5. ANyone can help identify this. It has flowered for the first time in the ten years we’ve had the plant in our garden. The leaves are variegated with lots of purple in them. Grown in a pot.

    Attached Image: IMG-20150202-WA0001.jpg

  6. Filipe,

    I think it is a type of Ginger (Hedychium), but not sure which kind it is.

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