Closely related to the lily, there are eight species in the Aspidistra genus. All are native to Asia. Of these, only one is commonly grown, A. elatior, which features upright green and dark leaves. A. elatior variegata is a variegated version that has attractive white striping on the leaves. The variegated version is less hardy than its darker cousin.
Cast iron plants may be tough, but they have their preferences. Here's how you can ensure they thrive:
|Discount||More than 40%|
|Temperature||Can be grown in darkest area also|
|sunlight||Grows well in low light indoors.|
|Soil||Cast iron plant prefers a rich, fertile soil, but it will tolerate a range of soil conditions.|
|Water||Water them initially to help them get established. After that they'll be quite drought-tolerant, though they will perform better if watered periodically.|
|Fertilizer||Apply any organic fertilizer|
|Height of the Item||1.0 Ft|
|In The Box||One Plant without Pot|
|Disclaimer||The image is for reference purpose only. Actual plant may vary from the image shown as it is a natural plant and will vary piece to piece.|
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