Tuesday, April 3, 2012

What's this wild Plant? Medinilla magnifica!

Medinilla magnifica! This tropical beauty (a.k.a. houseplant) likes partial shade, so don't place it in a southern or eastern facing window. It is an irregular bloomer, which means it can form the pink flowers (actually brachts) multiple times during the year.

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Sabine said...

Could it be outside in the summer?

Victoria Gardens said...

It could be once the nights are consistently above 55 or 60 degrees. But I'd keep it out of fun afternoon sun.