Princess flower plants (Tibouchina spp.) can be shrubs with woody stems or herbaceous perennials, depending on the species. T. heteromalla grows to a height of 4 to 6 feet while T. urvilleana can grow to 12 feet tall and wide. Regardless of the species, all princess flower plants produce bright purple flowers all summer. Common name:
green to whiteBloom time:
3 to 8ft. tallDifficulty level:
easy to grow Planting & Care
Plant the seeds 1 inch apart in the potting mix, with a thin layer of soil over them. Cover the container with a plastic bag. Set the container in a bright location out of direct sunlight and keep the soil above 60 degrees Fahrenheit. Sunlight:
Full Sun to Partial ShadeSoil:
well-drained soil Water:
60 degrees F.Fertilizer:
Apply any organic fertilizerCare:
- Cut the leaves off of the bottom 2 inches of stem, dip the bottom of the stem into rooting hormone, and plant it in the container.
- Cut the bottom out of a 2-liter pop bottle, and place it over the cuttings.
- Remove the bottle cap for air circulation.
- Place the container in a bright area out of direct sunlight, and keep it between 65 and 75 degrees Fahrenheit.
There are few herbaceous plants that grow 5 to 7 feet tall that grows well in shade. Can be propagated from root cuttings. Best used as a specimen subject for its height and dark berries. Not a common subject and will generate questions from other gardeners that visit.UseMedicinal use:
- Documented adverse effects.
- Avoid use.
- Uterine stimulant with toxic constituents; is reputed to affect menstrual cycle.
- Ingestion of poisonous parts of the plant may cause severe stomach cramping, nausea with persistent diarrhea and vomiting, slow and difficult breathing, weakness, spasms, hypotension, severe convulsions, and death.
- The plant is used for ornamental purpose.
for medicinal use
Thursday, 17 October 2019
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