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(Dumbcane, Panther Dieffenbachia)

A frost-sensitive tender perennial, dumbcane is commonly grown as a house plant. 'Panther' has elongated green leaves with light green spots and a mottled white midrib. As its lower leaves are shed its stem becomes more evident.

Dumbcane grows best in moist, rich well-drained soil and bright, filtered light. Reduce watering in cooler winter months both inside and out. Watch for snail or slug damage on leaves and too low humidity will cause leaves to curl and brown. All parts of this plant are...

(Dumbcane, Paradise Dieffenbachia)

A frost-sensitive tender perennial, dumbcane is commonly grown as a houseplant. 'Paradise' is very upright and has soft yellow leaves with green speckles that radiate out from the midrib. As its lower leaves are shed its stem becomes more evident.

Dumbcane grows best in moist, rich well-drained soil and bright, filtered light. Reduce watering in cooler winter months both inside and out. Watch for snail or slug damage on leaves and too low humidity will cause leaves to curl and brown. All parts...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

Native to tropical America, this frost-sensitive tender perennial is commonly grown as a houseplant. Its large, waxy, green leaves are mottled with blotches of white, cream or yellow. As its lower leaves are shed its stem becomes more evident. All parts of this plant are poisonous if eaten and its sap may cause skin irritation.

Dumbcane should be given bright light, but never direct sunlight (unless right at morning or dusk). A rich, moist and well-drained soil is perfect. Do not overwater this...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

Native to tropical America, this frost-sensitive tender perennial is commonly grown as a houseplant. Its large, waxy, green leaves are mottled with blotches of white, cream or yellow. As its lower leaves are shed its stem becomes more evident. All parts of this plant are poisonous if eaten and its sap may cause skin irritation.

Dumbcane should be given bright light, but never direct sunlight (unless right at morning or dusk). A rich, moist and well-drained soil is perfect. Do not overwater this...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

Native to tropical America, this frost-sensitive tender perennial is commonly grown as a houseplant. Its large, waxy, green leaves are mottled with blotches of white, cream or yellow. As its lower leaves are shed its stem becomes more evident. All parts of this plant are poisonous if eaten and its sap may cause skin irritation.

Dumbcane should be given bright light, but never direct sunlight (unless right at morning or dusk). A rich, moist and well-drained soil is perfect. Do not overwater this...

Native to tropical America, this frost-sensitive tender perennial is commonly grown as a houseplant. Its large, waxy, green leaves are mottled with blotches of white, cream or yellow. As its lower leaves are shed its stem becomes more evident. All parts of this plant are poisonous if eaten and its sap may cause skin irritation.

Dumbcane should be given bright light, but never direct sunlight (unless right at morning or dusk). A rich, moist and well-drained soil is perfect. Do not overwater this...

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James Burghardt

(Dumbcane)

Native to tropical America, this frost-sensitive tender perennial is commonly grown as a houseplant. Its large, waxy, green leaves are mottled with blotches of white, cream or yellow. As its lower leaves are shed its stem becomes more evident. All parts of this plant are poisonous if eaten and its sap may cause skin irritation.

Dumbcane should be given bright light, but never direct sunlight (unless right at morning or dusk). A rich, moist and well-drained soil is perfect. Do not overwater this...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Dumbcane, Tropic Snow Dumbcane)

A frost-sensitive, tender, evergreen perennial native to Brazil, dumbcane is commonly grown as a house plant. 'Tropic Snow' bears wide, spreading, cream-blotched, dark-green leaves on very short stems. Dumbcane grows best in a well-drained, humus-rich medium and bright, filtered light. Its sap may cause skin irritation.

Native to tropical America, this frost-sensitive tender perennial is commonly grown as a houseplant. Its large, waxy, green leaves are mottled with blotches of white, cream or yellow. As its lower leaves are shed its stem becomes more evident. All parts of this plant are poisonous if eaten and its sap may cause skin irritation.

Dumbcane should be given bright light, but never direct sunlight (unless right at morning or dusk). A rich, moist and well-drained soil is perfect. Do not overwater this...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

Native to tropical America, this frost-sensitive tender perennial is commonly grown as a houseplant. Its large, waxy, green leaves are mottled with blotches of white, cream or yellow. As its lower leaves are shed its stem becomes more evident. All parts of this plant are poisonous if eaten and its sap may cause skin irritation.

Dumbcane should be given bright light, but never direct sunlight (unless right at morning or dusk). A rich, moist and well-drained soil is perfect. Do not overwater this...