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  • Description
  • Recommended temperature: 15 to 22C. The plant dies below 10C.
    Hygrometry: Withstands humid to dry atmosphere.
    Site: Full light, protected from direct sunrays.
    Geographical origins: Hawaii, at the volcanoes foot.


    Properties and uses:
    The Hawaiian Palm, or Brighamia, is not a true palm, but a succulent plant.
    It is a critically endangered specie in its natural habitat and is the subject of a vast conservation program: each cultivated plant is therefore another chance to save this specie from extinction.
    It has large, shiny leaves and flowers in winter. Its blossom is slightly scented.


    Looking after advice: The Brighamia living on volcanic soil, it is therefore important to mix in a good dose of volcanic soil, sand or if not available clay marbles to the compost.
    - Water regularly but moderately, the compost needing to be moist but not humid.
    - In winter, reduce watering.
    - You can also spray water on its foliage is the air is too hot and dry.
    - In summer only: Give the plant fertilizer twice a month, in small doses.
    - A repoting can be done in the spring, in free draining compost adapted to succulents.
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  • Brighamia Hawaian Palm + White Cachepot
    Brighamia Hawaian Palm + White Cachepot
    Plant grown in container - Container Diameter 12 cm Height of plant: 20/30 cm
    Author: Planfor
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    Brighamia Hawaian Palm + White Cachepot
    Brighamia Hawaian Palm + White Cachepot
    Plant grown in container - Container Diameter 12 cm
    Total Height: 30/40 cm - Height of plant: 20/30 cm (8/12")
    Brighamia Hawaian Palm + White Cachepot
    Brighamia Hawaian Palm + White Cachepot
    Plant grown in container - Container Diameter 12 cm Height of plant: 20/30 cm
    Author: Planfor
    Date: 08/11/2016
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    Brighamia Hawaian Palm + White Cachepot
    Brighamia Hawaian Palm + White Cachepot
    Author: Planfor
    Date: 08/11/2016
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