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Type: Perennials
Height: 24 in. - 6 ft. | 60 cm - 1.8 m
Conditions: Zone 3-8, Sun to Partial Shade
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positive Engarden Today
Haemanthus

They can be propagated by separating the pups that form or by seed. But best left undisturbed and root bound for better flowering. If yo...read more

neutral coriaceous Today
Disocactus

"German empress" is not a cultivar, but the common name for the species. This species is one of the three parents of the epiphyllum hy...read more

positive microgrovemiami Yesterday
Bactris

This has been a great plant for me. I got seeds about 10 years ago from a grove of spineless palms grown for palmhearts in Argentina. I n...read more

negative Rickwebb Yesterday
Morus

My choice is negative as I consider this invasive east Asian species as a weed tree normally. I have eaten its delicious fruit that can b...read more

neutral Tiffit65 Yesterday
Withania

I have been reading about this plant, withania somnifera. What I have found is that this plants root is used in Ayerveda medicine, it is...read more

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