Pot in cm: 12
Very Rare endangered plant due to loss of hawk moth that its natural pollinator. Exists as indoor plant, in the wild hardly any left if any at all.
The plant is a succulent and therefore needs very little water. Watering once a week is sufficient. Feed once a month throughout the year.
Give the plant a sheltered position in the house or garden in summer. This will prevent excessive leaf drop.
Snap the lower leaves off as they turn yellow. This forms the trunk that is characteristic of palm varieties. New leaves develop in the crown and the older leaves at the bottom of the plant are shed. Regular checks and the removal of affected leaves will help to prevent most problems.
Re-pot the palm in a larger pot every year.
Height in cm: 25 -355
in 12cm pot
Piper Sylvaticum is a rare trailing plant from the Himalayas. Piper grows in the wild in the subtropical rainforests of sub-Himalayan forest where the plant thrives beneath the forest canopy. Reminds an epiphytes. Prefers diffuse light area and higher humidity.
Pot in cm: 12
Height in cm: 30
Position: bright and warm spot, no direct sunlight
Soil: well-draining potting compost
Watering: regular watering not allowing to dry up but not letting be waterlogged either.
Give plant food once a fortnight in spring and summer.
In the Alocasia family there are more than 70 different plant variants and yet Pink Dragon is something entirely to itself. The plant is primarily characterized by the beautiful pink stem. Next comes the beautiful, large green leaves with a pattern that almost moves over in a silver-like color. Together, this has given it the fairytale and exotic name pink dragon.
In your interior design, Pink Dragon will really stand out and create personality in your indoor "plant garden". If you'd like to give your indoor environment a touch of the tropics, Pink Dragon is a great choice.
Prefers a bright and warm location but no direct sunlight as it will scorch leaves. Do not allow the soil to dry out. This plant does best in higher humidity.