Hawaiian snow bush
A spectacular pink, green and white foliage plant. This elegant tropical can be used as a specimen patio plant. Indoors is a bit tricky but otherwise, this plant is not hard to grow. It’s time to re-pot when your plant demands water every day. Increase pot size by 4-6 inches.
It’s time to re-pot when your plant demands water every day. Increase pot size by 4-6 inches. IMPORTANT: In winter your snow bush will let you know it’s cold by wilting and losing leaves. Move it to a protected spot if possible and don’t panic, she’ll endure! When spring comes, move her back to a bright spot and cut back even if you only have 17 leaves. Start to water and fertilize regularly. Warm weather will bring out beautiful new growth. Be patient, this may take awhile.
Place in a dappled sun/shade area, (½ sun & ½ shade) outdoors. Indoors place by full bright windows. The intense color of the foliage comes with new growth and high light intensity.
Feeding and Watering:
Keep evenly watered and fertilize bi-monthly with any balanced fertilizer.
The lack of flowers is made up for by the spectacular pink, green and white foliage. The intense color of the foliage comes with new growth and high light intensity.
Season(s) Carried at Weidners:
Late spring/summer. Call first if early in our srping/summer season.
Container or ground?
Pot or in the ground.
The links below are to the instructions we give out at the nursery. This page contains additional and expanded information.