8 plants you can easily grow in UAE
1- The flam tree Delonix Regia
It has been planted in many tropical regions around the world, including Puerto Rico, brought by the Spaniards. The showy flowers are appealing but for Puerto Rican's, this tree is a symbolic tree which symbolizes pride, hope, and rest.
Bougainvillea is a stunning flower which is favorite to many who have fallen in love with its cherry appearance and brightly colored petals.
Grown in shades of red, orange, pink, white, and some variegated tri-colors. The soft and delicate paper-like petals have made it famous across the world. in some nations, such as Guam and Granada, Bougaivillea is so special that it has become the official flower where it is purposefully grown in abundance. In many of these places, you can see the flowers blooming everywhere from the side of the road to gorgeous cascades drifting across rooftops and down the walls.
The plumeria flower represents birth and love; spring and new beginnings. It's an extremely positive and hopeful symbol, so it's no surprise that it's extremely popular and adored. In Hawaiian culture, the plumeria can be used to symbolize a woman's romantic status when worn in the hair.
The three-leaf clover, a type of trefoil plant, has been considered the unofficial national flower of Ireland for centuries. Irish legend says that Saint Patrick used the shamrock as an educational symbol to explain the Holy Trinity to nonbelievers as he converted the Irish to Christianity in the fourth century.
5- The Peace Lily
Because it blooms with white lily-like flowers, The Peace Lily is frequently associated with purity, prosperity, innocence, peace, and sympathy. Feng Shui experts are known to recommend putting peace lily plants at home and in the workplace to strike balance, reduce tension, and attract positive energy.
6- Lady palm plant
In Japan, Lady palm was specifically planted around the palaces of military commanders. The pointy shape of the leaves was said to ward off those of bad intent.
7-Tropical Hibiscus (Hibiscus Rosa-Sinensis)
The Hibiscus rosa-sinensis is literally known as the "celebratory flower" in Malay. The red of the petals symbolizes the courage, life, and rapid growth of the Malaysian, and the five petals represent the five Rukun Negara of Malaysia.
The plant symbolizes health and abundance. It also serves as a green muse for artists. Pablo Picasso used Philodendron in his sculpture 'Woman in the Garden', in which the leaves can be seen with the nymph Daphne.
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