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Hippocratea parviflora

Hippocratea parviflora


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Sand-Paddelhülse, Sand-paddle Pods
Synonyme: Elachyptera parvifolia, Hippocratea indica var. parvifolia
(10 Korn)

Strauch oder kleiner Baum bis zu 4,5 m hoch, manchmal auch lianenartig mit gegenständig angeordneten, länglich oder elliptischen, oberseits glänzend tiefgrünen Blättern mit glatten oder flach gezähnten Blatträndern. Die kleinen grünlich-gelben Blüten erscheinen in lockeren Büscheln in den Blattachseln

Family:  Celastraceae Spindelbaumgewächse Evergreen: 
Origin:  Africa Fragrance: 
Group:  Tree Flower:  greenish-yellow, greenish-white
Zone:  10 Flowering: 
Hibernate:  mind. 10-15°C Fruits: 
To use as:  Topfgarten, Wintergarten Locations:  sun to semi-shade
Toxic:  Rare: 

Sowing Instruction
Propagation: Seeds
Pre-Treatment: 0
Sowing Time: all year round
Sowing Mix: Coir or sowing mix + sand or perlite
Location: bright + keep constantly moist, not wet
Germination Time: until germination takes place
Pests: Spider mites > especially under glass
Monday 06 July, 2009
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Hippocratea parviflora
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