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"History repeats itself; if you destroy the nature, it will destroy you."
Boronia is a genus of about 160 species of flowering plants in the citrus family Rutaceae, most are endemic in Australia. Boronias are known for their perfumed flowers. Most are regarded as desirable specimens in the garden, however, many are difficult to grow in cultivation.
Stapelia is a genus of low-growing, spineless, stem succulent plants up to 10-60 cm, predominantly from South Africa with a few from other parts of Africa. They can also be grown on a windowsill.
Moth orchids are epiphytes with long, coarse roots, short, leafy stems and long-lasting, flat flowers arranged in a flowering stem that often branches near the end. Orchids in this genus are native to India, China, Southeast Asia, New Guinea and Australia.
Monarda genus in the mint family was named for the Spanish botanist Nicolás Monardes, who wrote a book in 1574 describing plants of the New World.
Degarmoara, abbreviated Dgmra. in the horticultural trade, is the nothogenus comprising intergeneric hybrids between the orchid genera Brassia, Miltonia and Odontoglossum.
Fuchsia genus includes more than 100 species and can be found in Central and South America. The name of the genus is given after German botanist Leonhart Fuchs.