Even the Calliandra tergemina var. emarginata and Cordia sebestena need to be transplanted out to a sunnier location for it to grow and flower well. Some of the Murraya paniculata were also terribly chlorotic with few and reduced leaves and I do not know how long they have been so. Some of the older leaves looked normal sized and healthy green. There is a need to pump in a lot of fertilizers to enrich the soil to rejuvenate these plants.