Monday, August 31, 2015

Terminalia Arjuna Arjun Tree Koha 3 Seeds Rare for Tropical Growers

Price:$11.98 + $3.49 shipping
In Stock.
Ships from and sold by Achmad Anam.
    Estimated Delivery Date: Sept. 25 - Oct. 14 when you choose Standard at checkout.

    • Fun Facts: Native to central India Does well in zones 10 The wood has traditionally been used in boat building and some housing construction Leaves are fed on by the Antheraea paphia moth that produces tassar silk New leaves form as old ones die off so tree is never leafless Protected seeds can last as long as 5 years USES: Greenhouse Outdoor Standard Potted Deck Plant Indoor Tropical Bonsai
    • Plant Care: Grow in a standard potting mix Likes a deep, rich well fertilized soil Let dry out between watering and feed once a month Transplant when large enough to handle into pots
    • Landscape Uses · specimen plant · accent plant for artistic appearance · rock gardens · in mini-groves Water Features
    • Terminalia arjuna Arjun Tree Koha Growing along riverbanks deep in the heart of India is a most unique and rare find tree with a smooth gray bark accented by forest green evergreen leaves. Flowers form in long hanging racemes during spring blooming small and white of a delicate nature followed by the prized fruit. Cold hardy to 30° F and should be protected from frost. A wide buttressed trunk adds a feature of interest. This tree makes a most interesting deck plant and grows well as a container plant for the home or greenhouse, in addition to being a specimen plant. Treat as a tropical that cannot tolerate frost. As with any plant, caution should be exercised about leaves or seeds and whether or not the plant is meant to be ingested. Seller is not responsible for buyer's use of plant.
    • Sowing instructions: · Start indoors · Nick the outer coat of the seed and soak for 48 hours in room temperature water · Plant in standard potting mix and keep warm · Germination should result by 40 days and maybe a little longer depending on the conditions you have provided · After germination occurs keep warm and humid if in dry conditions by occasional misting

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