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Image of Dicksonia antarctica photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Soft Tree Fern, Tasmanian Tree Fern)

Tasmanian tree fern is a tree-like fern native to the forests of tropical and temperate regions of eastern Australia and Tasmania. In milder regions it is an evergreen. The upright, trunk-like rhizome is covered with a thick, red, fuzzy mat of roots. The numerous bold, long, arching, leathery fronds are light green when they first emerge and darken with age. The leaflets on each frond are quite finely cut.

Tasmanian tree fern should be grown in a humusy moist soil that is acidic. A partial to...

Image of Dictyosperma album photo by: Carol Cloud Bailey

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Hurricane Palm, Princess Palm)

A healthy hurricane palm has a stately, slender gray trunk and a noble, elegant canopy of feathery fronds. This evergreen plant is native to the coastal forest of the Mascarene Islands, just to the east of Madagascar in the Indian Ocean. It is in danger of extinction there because of deforestation and over-harvest for eating as heart-of-palm.

The trunk is closely set with ring scars left from old leaf fronds. The trunk base often swells and flares out slightly. New fronds slowly unfurl from...

Image of Dictyosperma album var. furfuraceum photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Whiteshaft Hurricane Palm, Whiteshaft Princess Palm)

A healthy hurricane palm has a stately, slender gray trunk and a noble, elegant canopy of feathery fronds. Furfuraceum is among the most prized natural varieties for the garden because of its white crownshaft and blue-green leaves. This evergreen plant is native to the coastal forest of the Mascarene Islands, just to the east of Madagascar in the Indian Ocean. It is in danger of extinction there because of deforestation and over-harvest for eating as heart-of-palm.

The trunk is closely...

Image of Dieffenbachia photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Dieffenbachia, 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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James Burghardt

(Dumbcane, Star Bright Dieffenbachia)

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...

(Bali Hai Dieffenbachia, Dumbcane)

A frost-sensitive tender perennial, dumbcane is commonly grown as a houseplant. 'Bali Hai' has dark green leaves with chartreuse blotches when young that gradually change to white. As its lower leaves are shed its stem becomes more evident.

Dumbcane grows best in fertile, moist well-drained soil and bright, filtered light. Reduce watering in the cooler winter months indoors and out. Direct morning and evening sunlight is appropriate if not during summer. Low humidity can result in leaves curling...

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James Burghardt

(Camille Dieffenbachia, Dumbcane)

A frost-sensitive tender perennial, dumbcane is commonly grown as a houseplant. 'Camille' has creamy yellow leaves with rich green borders. This plant has a bushy look but 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...

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James H. Schutte

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

(Compact Dieffenbachia, Dumbcane)

Native to the New World tropics, dieffenbachias are tender evergreen perennials renowned for their attractive foliage and robust constitution. The aptly named hybrid cultivar ‘Compacta’ offers not only a relatively petite, dense habit, but also handsome broad rich green leaves liberally painted with creamy-white variegation. Flowers and fruits are rarely if ever produced. As its lower leaves are shed its stem becomes more evident.

A great choice for tight challenging spaces in offices and homes,...

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...