Japanese Persimmon is large deciduous tree from the family of Diospyros. It is a large genus of evergreen trees from tropical climates of Asia, some parts of Africa and major parts of Japan and China. Other species from the genus of Diospyros are useful for their timber and collectively known as ebony. The sweet and slightly tangy fruit of Persimmon is quite attractive itself and makes this tree very ornamental. Creamy yellow flowers of Persimmon are inconspicuous.
Nymphoides is a genus of aquatic plants grown for their lovely white or yellow flowers. These plants are commonly known as Floating-Heart plants because of their heart shaped leaves that float on the surface of the water. The heart-shaped leaves have their roots submerged in the water and small white flowers that nod along the floating leaves.