The Dieffenbachia White Etna is a very rare species that will look great in any room. Originally, the Dieffenbachia White Etna comes from the tropical regions of Central and South America. In Brazil, people believe that this houseplant protects against negative energy and "the evil eye". The Dieffenbachia White Etna is a rare species and this is partly due to its unusual leaves. The leaves are mostly white/silver in colour with dark green drawings on them. Each leaf has a unique pattern. This houseplant is a real eye-catcher. Apart from its beautiful appearance, it will also contribute to cleaner air, as this houseplant is excellent at purifying bad air.
Care & tips Dieffenbachia White Etna - 60cm
In terms of care, the Dieffenbachia White Etna is not a difficult houseplant. However, the right location is crucial for Dieffenbachia White Etna to remain healthy and retain and develop its beautiful colours. The colouration of the leaves depends largely on the location. The Dieffenbachia White Etna likes a little extra nutrition. In the summer months, we recommend that you fertilise this houseplant once every fortnight. This will make it even more beautiful!
Water requirements for Dieffenbachia White Etna - 60cm
The Dieffenbachia White Etna should always be placed in moist soil; you really should prevent the soil from drying out between waterings. This houseplant is sensitive to too much water; brown leaves are a sign of too much water. Be careful with this, because too much water can lead to root rot, which you want to prevent! Keep a close eye on the soil (especially in the early days). If you notice that the soil feels a little dry two days after watering, it is best to water a little more the next time. If, however, you notice that the soil is still very wet after five days, then it is better to give less water the next time you water.
Light requirements of Dieffenbachia White Etna - 60cm
The Dieffenbachia White Etna will be happy in a light spot with indirect sunlight. Direct sunlight is a real 'no go' for this plant; its leaves will turn yellow and it will not produce new leaves. In the summer months, this houseplant can also be placed outside, in a greenhouse or in a garden room. Make sure that it does not stand in bright sunlight. Bring the Dieffenbachia White Etna back inside as soon as the temperature drops below 15 degrees Celsius.
Is the Dieffenbachia White Etna - 60cm poisonous?
One disadvantage of the Dieffenbachia White Etna is that the plant's juice is poisonous. Be careful when you repot this houseplant. The sap can be irritating to the skin. Also, be careful with small children and pets.
How will my Dieffenbachia White Etna - 60cm be delivered?
This rare specimen is delivered in a cultivation pot. All our plants are shipped in a specially designed shipping box. The unique interior of the shipping box ensures that the houseplants are firmly positioned in the box and cannot move around. Houseplants don't mind being in a dark box for a day. This way we make sure that your green friends are delivered to your home in tip-top shape.
PLEASE NOTE: The Dieffennachia White Etna in the photo is a sample photo.
The plant in the sample photo is not the plant that will be delivered. This is an example, so variations are possible. The final plant delivered may differ in, for example, size, number of flower spikes, etc.
Unfortunately, we do not have the possibility to put the specific photo of all special plants online. That is why we use an example photo on which the appearance of the plant and/or flower can be seen well.
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