List of Native and Nonnative Plants

Non-native

Native

Ardisia elliptica Asplenium nidus Barringtonia asiatica Barringtonia racemosa Calophyllum inophyllum Cerbera odollam Crinum asiaticum Eurycoma longifolia Hibiscus tiliaceus Ipomoea pes-caprae Melaleuca cajuputi Melastoma malabathricum Nephelium lappaceum Peltophorum pterocarpum Piper sarmentosum Rhodomyrtus tomentosa Terminalia catappa

Abrus precatorius Adiantum capillus-veneris Allamanda cathartica Aloe vera

Andrographis paniculata Areca catechu Aster tataricus Azadirachta indica Bauhinia purpurea Bixa orellana Cananga odorata Capsicum annuum Cassia fistula Catharanthus roseus Celosia argentea Centella asiatica Cissus quadrangularis Cocos nucifera Coix lacryma-jobi Cymbopogon citratus Dolichos lablab Elephantopus scaber Euphorbia hirta Hibiscus mutabilis Hibiscus rosa-sinensis Impatiens balsamina Imperata cylindrica Ixora chinensis Jatropha curcas

Juniperus chinensis Kaempferia galanga Lantana camara Lonicera japonica Mangifera indica Manihot esculenta Mimosa pudica Mirabilis jalapa Morinda citrifolia Nelumbo nucifera Nerium oleander Ophiopogon japonicus Persicaria hydropiper Phyllanthus amarus Piper nigrum Plantago major Punica granatum Rhoeo spathacea Ricinus communis Ruta graveolens Saccharum offtcinarum Sauropus androgynus Sesbania grandiflora Solanum nigrum Swietenia macrophylla Thevetia peruviana Tinospora crispa Vitex rotundifolia Zingiber officinale

Note: Native plants listed above refer to those that are indigenous to Singapore while the non-native plants are those that originate elsewhere and have been subsequently introduced to Singapore. Many of the non-native plants are now growing well in Singapore.

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