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Freycinetia cumingiana, Freycinetia multiflora, Climbing Pandanus, Flowering Pandanus

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 Freycinetia cumingiana, Freycinetia multiflora
Family: Pandanaceae
Climbing Pandanus, Flowering Pandanus
Origin: Philippines
Large shrub 5-10 ftSemi-shadeModerate waterPink flowers

Freycinetia multiflora does best in bright indirect or curtain-filtered sunlight. Night temperatures of 65 to 70 degrees and day temperatures of 75 to 85 degrees are ideal. Let the soil become moderately dry between thorough waterings.

Freycinetia multiflora are propagated any season from the young shoots, or suckers that spring up from the base of the plant.


 Freycinetia cumingiana, Freycinetia multiflora, Climbing Pandanus, Flowering Pandanus

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Freycinetia cumingiana, Freycinetia multiflora, Climbing Pandanus, Flowering Pandanus

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Freycinetia cumingiana, Freycinetia multiflora, Climbing Pandanus, Flowering Pandanus

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Freycinetia cumingiana, Freycinetia multiflora, Climbing Pandanus, Flowering Pandanus

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Freycinetia cumingiana, Freycinetia multiflora, Climbing Pandanus, Flowering Pandanus

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Freycinetia cumingiana, Freycinetia multiflora, Climbing Pandanus, Flowering Pandanus

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Freycinetia cumingiana, Freycinetia multiflora, Climbing Pandanus, Flowering Pandanus

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Freycinetia cumingiana, Freycinetia multiflora, Climbing Pandanus, Flowering Pandanus

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Freycinetia cumingiana, Freycinetia multiflora, Climbing Pandanus, Flowering Pandanus

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Freycinetia cumingiana, Freycinetia multiflora, Climbing Pandanus, Flowering Pandanus

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Freycinetia cumingiana, Freycinetia multiflora, Climbing Pandanus, Flowering Pandanus

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Freycinetia cumingiana, Freycinetia multiflora, Climbing Pandanus, Flowering Pandanus

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Freycinetia cumingiana, Freycinetia multiflora, Climbing Pandanus, Flowering Pandanus

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Freycinetia cumingiana, Freycinetia multiflora, Climbing Pandanus, Flowering Pandanus

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Freycinetia cumingiana, Freycinetia multiflora, Climbing Pandanus, Flowering Pandanus

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Freycinetia funicularis, Flowering Pandanus, Climbing Pandanus

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Family: Pandanaceae
Flowering Pandanus, Climbing Pandanus
Origin: Southeast Asia
Large shrub 5-10 ftVine or creeperSemi-shadeRegular waterRed/crimson/vinous flowers

Freycinetia funicularis is a tall, evergreen, climbing shrub, producing aerial roots that attach to other plants for support.

The young flowers are sometimes harvested from the wild and consumed locally.


  


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Freycinetia insignis, Flowering Pandanus, Climbing Pandanus

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Family: Pandanaceae
Flowering Pandanus, Climbing Pandanus
Origin: Australia, New Guinea
Large shrub 5-10 ftVine or creeperSemi-shadeRegular waterRed/crimson/vinous flowers
 Freycinetia insignis, Flowering Pandanus, Climbing Pandanus

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Pandanus baptistii, Variegated Dwarf Pandanus, White-striped Pandanus

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Family: Pandanaceae
Variegated Dwarf Pandanus, White-striped Pandanus
Origin: New Britain
Small shrub 2-5 ftFull sunModerate waterOrnamental foliageSeaside, salt tolerant plant

Small bush or tree. Leaves spirally arranged, straplike, green with 1-4 central white stripes. Similar species - Pandanus sanderi with golden-yellow central stripes, with margin finely spined; Pandanus veitchii with white stripes on/near margin, margin finely spined.


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Pandanus baptistii, Variegated Dwarf Pandanus, White-striped Pandanus

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Dwarf form of favorite Pandanus with large heads of cascading green and yellow thin leaves. You can have a nice exotic Screw Pine as a dwarf in a pot.
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Pandanus nitidus, Pandanus stenophyllus, Freycinetia nitida, Narrow-leaved Pandanus

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 Pandanus nitidus, Pandanus stenophyllus, Freycinetia nitida
Family: Pandanaceae
Narrow-leaved Pandanus
Large shrub 5-10 ftSmall tree 10-20 ftFull sunSemi-shadeRegular waterOrnamental foliagePalm or palm-likeThorny or spiny

Palm-like tree. The trunk is stout, wide-branching, and ringed with many leaf scars. These roots are adventitious and often branched.


 Pandanus nitidus, Pandanus stenophyllus, Freycinetia nitida, Narrow-leaved Pandanus

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Pandanus nitidus, Pandanus stenophyllus, Freycinetia nitida, Narrow-leaved Pandanus

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Pandanus nitidus, Pandanus stenophyllus, Freycinetia nitida, Narrow-leaved Pandanus

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Pandanus odoratissimus, Pandanus fascicularis, Umbrella tree, Screw pine, Screw tree, Kewra, Kewda, Kewara

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Family: Pandanaceae
Umbrella tree, Screw pine, Screw tree, Kewra, Kewda, Kewara
Origin: South East Asia
Small tree 10-20 ftFull sunModerate waterFragrantEthnomedical plant.
Plants marked as ethnomedical and/or described as medicinal, are not offered as medicine but rather as ornamentals or plant collectibles.
Ethnomedical statements / products have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. We urge all customers to consult a physician before using any supplements, herbals or medicines advertised here or elsewhere.Palm or palm-likeFlood tolerantSeaside, salt tolerant plant

Used plant part - male flowers. They are almost exclusively used in the form of a watery distillate called kewra water. Flowers have a sweet, perfumed odor that has a pleasant quality similar to rose flowers, but kewra is more fruity. The distillate (kewra water, pandanus flower water) is quite diluted; it can be used by the teaspoon, often even by the tablespoon. Most delightful, richest, and powerful of perfumes even when dried. Root: antipyretic, expectorant, diuretic. Male inflorescence: cardiotonic.


 Pandanus odoratissimus, Pandanus fascicularis, Umbrella tree, Screw pine, Screw tree, Kewra, Kewda, Kewara

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Pandanus pristis, Screw Palm

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Family: Pandanaceae
Screw Palm
Origin: Madagascar
Small tree 10-20 ftFull sunSemi-shadeRegular waterModerate waterPalm or palm-likeFlood tolerantSeaside, salt tolerant plant
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Pandanus pygmaeus, Dwarf Pandanus

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Family: Pandanaceae
Dwarf Pandanus
Origin: Madagascar
Can be used for bonsaiGroundcover and low-growing 2ftSmall shrub 2-5 ftFull sunShadeSemi-shadeModerate waterOrnamental foliageThorny or spinySubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short timeSeaside, salt tolerant plant

Nice plant for the collector! This is a very rare type of screw pine, a miniature, ideal for pot culture under filtered light conditions. Great for use as a specimen. It will reach about 3' in a container with multiple heads and several air roots coming down from the stems.

The dark blue-green foliage color adds to the striking nature of this exotic plant. The plant is often grown as an ornamental foliage. It is ideal for above-ground planter; recommended near a deck or patio. Growth rate is slow to moderate. It is used as a ground cover, rockery to create a striking landscape effect.

The plant is salt tolerant and tolerates low humidity. Water plentifully during the growing season, but do not allow the plant to stand in water. Allow the soil to dry slightly between waterings. Watering and fertilization below 40°F should be avoided.

No pests or diseases are of major concern.


 Pandanus pygmaeus, Dwarf Pandanus

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Pandanus sp., Screw Pine, Screw Palm

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Family: Pandanaceae
Screw Pine, Screw Palm
Small tree 10-20 ftFull sunModerate waterEthnomedical plant.
Plants marked as ethnomedical and/or described as medicinal, are not offered as medicine but rather as ornamentals or plant collectibles.
Ethnomedical statements / products have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. We urge all customers to consult a physician before using any supplements, herbals or medicines advertised here or elsewhere.Palm or palm-likeFlood tolerantSeaside, salt tolerant plantUnknown name

Palm-like tree. Some members of this large genus of over 600 species grow wild along the seashores of the tropical Pacific and can become small trees, while other, shrubbier species lend themselves to garden landscapes. The popular name derives from the fact that the long, prickly leaves emerge in a screw-like arrangement. Perhaps the most decorative species is P. sandcri, with green and yellow striped leaves. Become quite large, 6 to 8 metres in height, and so must be carefully sited in a garden. Pandanus is a very adaptable plant, though it prefers hot, dry conditions. The easiest method of propagation is by cuttings, which root readily when placed directly in the soil. The leaves of these trees are collected by Aboriginal women and are used for weaving clothing material. Dyes can be collected out of the roots and used for rock art painting. Also, the plant is used for treating inflammation by wrapping the leaves around the swollen spot, to create an anti-inflammatory effect. This plant has very attractive showy fruit that looks like pineapple from a distance.

Species and varieties:

Pandanus aquaticus

Pandanus baptistii

Pandanus basedowii

Pandanus dubius

Pandanus malgassicus

Pandanus nitidus

Pandanus odoratissimus

Pandanus pristis

Pandanus pygmaeus

Pandanus sanderi

Pandanus tectorius

Pandanus utilis

Pandanus veitchii


 Pandanus sp., Screw Pine, Screw Palm

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Pandanus sp., Screw Pine, Screw Palm

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Pandanus basedowii
Pandanus sp., Screw Pine, Screw Palm

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Pandanus sp., Screw Pine, Screw Palm

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Pandanus dubius
Pandanus sp., Screw Pine, Screw Palm

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Pandanus dubius
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Pandanus sp., Screw Pine, Screw Palm

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Pandanus sp., Screw Pine, Screw Palm

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Pandanus dubius
Pandanus sp., Screw Pine, Screw Palm

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Pandanus utilis (?)
Pandanus sp., Screw Pine, Screw Palm

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Pandanus sp., Screw Pine, Screw Palm

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Pandanus sp., Screw Pine, Screw Palm

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Pandanus sp., Screw Pine, Screw Palm

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Pandanus sp., Screw Pine, Screw Palm

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Pandanus sp., Screw Pine, Screw Palm

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Pandanus aquaticus
Pandanus sp., Screw Pine, Screw Palm

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Pandanus sp., Screw Pine, Screw Palm

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Pandanus aquaticus
Pandanus sp., Screw Pine, Screw Palm

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Pandanus sp., Screw Pine, Screw Palm

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Pandanus basedowii
Pandanus sp., Screw Pine, Screw Palm

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Pandanus basedowii
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Pandanus basedowii
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Pandanus malgassicus
Pandanus sp., Screw Pine, Screw Palm

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Pandanus utilis (?)
Pandanus sp., Screw Pine, Screw Palm

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Pandanus sanderi
Pandanus sp., Screw Pine, Screw Palm

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Pandanus sanderi
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Pandanus tectorius, Pandanus spiralis, Screw Pine, Screw Palm

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Family: Pandanaceae
Screw Pine, Screw Palm
Origin: Western Pacific
Small tree 10-20 ftFull sunDry conditionsPalm or palm-likeThorny or spinyFlood tolerantSeaside, salt tolerant plant

Palm-like tree. Some members of this large genus of over 600 species grow wild along the seashores of the tropical Pacific and can become small trees, while other, shrubbier species lend themselves to garden landscapes. The popular name derives from the fact that the long, prickly leaves emerge in a screw-like arrangement. Perhaps the most decorative species is P. sanderi, with green and yellow striped leaves. Become quite large, 6 to 8 metres in height, and so must be carefully sited in a garden. Pandanus is a very adaptable plant, though it prefers hot, dry conditions. The easiest method of propagation is by cuttings, which root readily when placed directly in the soil. The leaves of these trees are collected by Aboriginal women and are used for weaving clothing material. Dyes can be collected out of the roots and used for rock art painting. Also, the plant is used for treating inflammation by wrapping the leaves around the swollen spot, to create an anti-inflammatory effect.


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Pandanus tectorius - Screw Pine

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Palm-like bush or tree. Green leaves are spirally arranged. Great specimen plant. Pandanus is a very adaptable plant, though it prefers hot, dry conditions. It is relatively cold hardy, and drought tolerant. Very exotic look!
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