Ixora is a group of shrubs and trees that are evergreen and produce flowers, and are mostly native to tropical parts of Asia. The name Ixora is a genus name, and it is from the family Rubiaceae, the family of madder and coffee, while commonly grown species in the genus include Ixora coccinea and Ixora chinensis. # The height of Ixora plants can grow from 0.6 to 3.6 metres (2 to 12 feet). # The flowers of Ixora have a tube-like appearance with four petals, and grow in groups of up to 60 in a cluster.
Keep the soil evenly moist and prune the plant when it gets unruly.
It requires re-potting every two to three years.
Use a 2- to 3-inch layer of mulch around the root zone.
The image is indicative in nature. As plants are natural products, shape and size may be of varying scale.
For flowering plants, the flower can be fully bloomed, semi bloomed or in bud stage.