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Overall Height APPROXIMATELY 200cm-205cm.
- The spectacular Caesalpinia pulcherrima produces bright orange flowers looking like butterflies lingering over the plant.
- It’s an unusual yet marvelous sight.
- Native to Central and South America and likely the West Indies, the fern-like foliage is a major contrast to the colorful flowers.
- It’s part of the Fabaceae family of flowering plants, which is also known as the pea or legume family.
- Its common names are Dwarf Poinciana, Pride of Barbados flower, Peacock flower.
- The Caesalpinia Pulcherrima grows best in porous, sandy well-drained soil.
- To ensure it provides optimal drainage, add a little bit of peat to the soil mixture.
- Transplant before spring in late February or early March.
- When transplanting, use the same mixture of soil discussed.
- It should be sandy and porous.
- Fertilizer is okay but not always necessary.
- The plant thrives with the right temperature, soil, and water.
- When fertilizing, feed with a liquid food every two weeks in the spring and summer.
- Full Sun.
- Moderate Water.