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Dieffenbachia Compacta (Dumb cane) 60 cm

74.00 ر.س (Incl. VAT)

Size: 60cm overall height

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Description

Dieffenbachia ‘Compacta’ is an evergreen perennial plant. Also known commonly as Dumb Cane . It has large, oval green leaves which are attractively marked with white blotches and spots. Leaves and sap are toxic and should not be ingested.

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Benefits of House Plants

House plants can improve the air quality in your home by removing toxins and pollutants from the air. They can also increase the humidity in a room, which can be beneficial in dry environments. In addition to their practical benefits, house plants can also be aesthetically pleasing and can help to bring a sense of calm and relaxation to a space. Some studies have shown that being around plants can help to reduce stress and improve mood, and can even improve focus and productivity. Taking care of a house plant can also provide a sense of accomplishment and can improve your overall sense of well-being.

Plant Height

This is a small-medium plant which comes at a height of 60cm and can grow till 3 - 5 feet.

Potting

Use a fast-draining, well-aerated potting mix. Make sure drainage is good to avoid damaging the roots; they should never be left in soggy soil.

Pruning

Trim back about one-third of the plant to maintain its shape and encourage new growth

Fertilizer

Add fertilizer every four to six weeks to ensure your plant grows healthy and happy.

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