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Haematoxylon campechianum


Haematoxylon campechianum

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Blutholz, Blauholz, Blood Wood, Logwood
Synonyme: Cymbosepalum baronii
(10 Korn)

immergrüner, oftmals mit ca. 1,5 cm langen Dornen besetzter, Strauch oder kleiner Baum bis ca. 10 m mit wechselständig angeordneten, gefiederten Blättern, bestehend aus paarig angeordneten, bis zu 3 cm langen und 2,5 cm breiten, verkehrt-eiförmigen, spatelförmigen bis herzförmig abgerundeten, tiefgrünen Blättchen. Die intensiv duftenden, gelben Blüten erscheinen in bis zu 20 cm langen, aufrechten Rispen in den Blattachseln. Das Holz duftet zart nach Veilchen

Steckbrief
Family:  Caesalpiniaceae Johannisbrotgewächse Evergreen:  yes
Origin:  South America Fragrance:  yes
Group:  Tree Flower:  yellow, gold, pale yellow, lemon-yellow, dark yellow, ocher
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/Cuttings
Pre-Treatment: 0
Sowing Time: all year round
Sowing Deep: ca. 0,5 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. 3-6 weeks
Pests: Spider mites > especially under glass
 
Tuesday 20 August, 2013
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