Potted in 5 inch black polybag
Description for Leea Coccinea, Burgundy Leea
The Leea is a relative of the Fatsia. The burgundy Leea, also known as Hawaiian Holly, has bronzy red foliage. Leeas are a shrubby plant bearing large leaves with each leaf divided into numerous pointed leaflets (similar to a china doll in appearance).
|Common name||Flower colours||Bloom time||Height||Difficulty|
|West Indian Holly, Hawaiian Holly,Red Leea||Pink, White or Near White||Indeterminate||1.8 to 3 m||Easy to grow|
Planting and care
Requires consistently moist soil, do not let dry out between watering
|Partial Sun, Partial Shade||Loamy soil, Sandy soil||Medium||30 to 40 degrees C||Use any organic fertilizer|
Caring for Leea Coccinea
- Water regularly from spring to fall and sparingly in the winter.
Typical uses of Leea Coccinea
Special features: This fast-growing, erect plant tolerates considerable shade and thrives in moist soils with relatively poor fertility.
Ornamental use: Used for decorations in homes, shops and offices. Good to keep inside homes and terraces.