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Cyrtosperma johnstonii , Arbi

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 Cyrtosperma johnstonii
Family: Araceae
Arbi
Origin: Solomon Islands
Large shrub 5-10 ftSemi-shadeBog or aquaticKeep soil moistUnusual colorOrnamental foliageDeciduousUltra tropical, min. temperature 55FFlood tolerant

A bizarre looking plant, Cyrtosperma johnstonii is a semiaquatic aroid. The stalks have spiny, and the large lobed leaves are green with blood red veining. Perfect for greenhouse culture. Suitable for bogs and water gardens.

Originated from Southeast Asia and some Pacific Islands. It has large arrow shaped leaves, points up, and odd dark scaly pinkish stems. Can grow to 5' or even bigger in a greenhouse environment. Likes warm humid condition. Upright flowers, typical spath type cream inside with a pink spadix and a black hood. Leaves can get 2'-4' long and bigger. Can be grown as a water plant growing in a bog situation.


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A bizarre-looking plant, Arbi is a semiaquatic aroid from Solomon Islands. Very rare in cultivation exotic plant. The stalks are spiny, and the large lobed leaves are green with blood red veining. Perfect for greenhouse culture. Upright flowers, typical spath type cream inside with a pink spadix and a black hood. Leaves can get 2'-4' long and bigger. Can grow to 5' or even bigger in a greenhouse environment. Likes warm humid condition. Suitable for bogs and water gardens.
This plant is deciduous and may go dormant, dropping leaves from Fall to Spring outside of year-round tropical conditions.
RECOMMENDED FERTILIZERS:
Tropical Greenhouse Plus - Plant Booster
Tropical Allure - Smart-Release Booster
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