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Mitrephora maingayi, Mitrephora

Mitrephora maingayi

Mitrephora
Family: Annonaceae
Origin: Thailand
Small tree 10-20 ftFull sunRegular waterModerate waterYellow, orange flowersFragrant

It is a small tree that only grows up to 20 feet tall and has deep green leaves. It is one of the few tropical plants that can survive in colder climates, as it is hardy in USDA Zones 9-11. However, it needs a full sun location to thrive and needs protective shelter during the colder months.

When it comes to watering, Mitrephora maingayi requires regular amounts of water to stay healthy. It is important to keep the soil moist, not wet, and to make sure that it does not dry out as this will cause the leaves to yellow. During the summer months, it should be watered more often as the heat and sun tend to dry the soil out quicker. In the winter months, the water should be reduced. For those who live in colder climates, the plant should be grown in a large pot, protected from the elements, and watered moderately.

Mitrephora maingayi produces showy yellow and orange flowers with a beautiful sweet and fragrant aroma. The flowers are often seen in the late spring and summer months, and can stay in bloom for a few weeks. These flowers also attract pollinators such as birds, bees, and butterflies, making Mitrephora maingayi a great addition to any garden.

Overall, Mitrephora maingayi is a unique and fragrant plant that needs to be grown in full sun, watered regularly, and kept in a large pot in colder climates. With proper care, it will produce stunning yellow and orange flowers with a sweet and pleasing aroma. This tropical beauty is a must have for any gardener looking to add a bit of color and fragrance to their garden.


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