55 - 65cm Dieffenbachia Sublime Dumb Cane 17cm Pot

House Plant
£24.99 £16.99

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Native to the tropics of Central and South America, this Dieffenbachia produces big, variegated leaves that fan out into a space filling display of shaded patches of green and white. This easy to look after house plant is happiest in shaded areas and only requires light watering when the top two inches of soil feel dry. This plant loves humidity and absorbs a lot of moisture from the air so would do well in a bathroom, but regularly misting the leaves will still give you good results. This low maintenance tropical house plans bring lighter colours and textures to your indoor space. Sometimes called the Dumb Cane, the Dieffenbachia is noted for it's variegated leaves which often come in tones of green and cream. This plant is an adaptable variety that will lift the feel of whatever room you put it in

More about your Dieffenbachia plant

This exotic houseplant is native to the tropics of Mexico and the West Indies and is a decorative plant that can easily adapt for both the home and the office It's common name of dumb cane comes from the side effect coming in direct contact with it's sap These easy to look after plants make a great addition the home, but should be kept out of reach of pets and children

How do I look after my Dieffenbachia?

These plants will thrive in bright, but indirect light, if the leaves begin to discolour or burn then you should move the plant to a more shaded area They like well-draining soil and should be watered to keep the soil moist, but not soggy Rotate your Dieffenbachia regularly so that different parts of the plant are exposed to the light to create even colour and growth

Are Dieffenbachia toxic?

There is a lot of disinformation out there about the Dieffenbachia and its toxicity The sap of the plant can be mildly toxic, but only if ingested As long as you carefully handle these plants and wash your hands thoroughly if they do come into contact with the sap then you will find yourself easily living in harmony with these beautiful plants

  • Our plants are provided in a plastic nursery pot. Any decorative pots or props are not included.
  • This plant is not for consumption

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