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Cassia glauca


Cassia glauca

2,30

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Glaucous Cassia, Scrambled Egg Bush
Synonyme: Cassia surattensis, Senna glauca, Senna surattensis
(15 Korn)

immergrüner, hoher Strauch oder kleiner Baum mit wechselständig angeordneten Blättern, bestehend aus paarig gefiederten, tiefgrünen Blättchen und strahlend gelben Schalenblüten in langen Trauben
Steckbrief
Family:  Caesalpiniaceae Johannisbrotgewächse Evergreen:  yes
Origin:  South America Fragrance: 
Group:  Shrub Flower:  yellow, gold, pale yellow, lemon-yellow, dark yellow, ocher
Zone:  9 Flowering: 
Hibernate:  mind. 5-10°C Fruits: 
To use as:  Topfgarten, Wintergarten, Bonsai Locations:  sun to semi-shade
Toxic:  Rare: 

Sowing Instruction
Propagation: Seeds/Cuttings
Pre-Treatment: 0
Sowing Time: all year round
Sowing Deep: ca. 1 cm
Sowing Mix: Coir or sowing mix + sand or perlite
Germination Temperature: ca. 22-25°C
Location: bright + keep constantly moist, not wet
Germination Time: ca. 2-4 weeks
Pests: Spider mites > especially under glass
 
Monday 06 July, 2009
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