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Clerodendrum thomsoniae - Bleeding Heart Pot Plant Rare Exotic

$70.00

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Currently not permitted in WA due to not being listed on the WAOL database. Home of Houseplants is currently working with Biosecurity WA to have this plant added to the database for WA customers.

This hard to find indoor vine has attractive green heart shaped leaves, that if grown in appropriate conditions will produce attractive clusters of white flowers with crimson tips in Summer. Home of Houseplants loves this plant for the foliage however which will add an instant impact if left to trail downwards rather than trained to grow upright.

Grown indoors more so for its stunning foliage this vine requires a moderate amount of watering and loves a super warm position indoors that has access to bright filtered sunlight.

At the moment this is the only variety available of this stunning vine but Home of Houseplants is currently working on expanding the colleciton to include other varieties which produce other colours.

Currently plants are not in bloom given it is winter however the foliage is just a desirable, if not more so than the blooms and it can be used to cascade over mantles and shelves to create that jungle effect.

Current stock available has vine lengths in excess of 30 cm and are well established.

For NT and Tas customers, an additional fee of $20 per plant is applicable due to the requirements associated with quarantine compliance, including chemical treatment. Separate and additional costs are also charged by respective Departments of Biosecurity in Tas and NT to inspect these plants upon their arrival. For more information on this, please check out the information on the FAQ section on this website and/or contact us direct.

 

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