Butia eriospatha 10 Seeds

2,75

Butia eriospatha 10 Seeds

2,75

At first glance, like Butia capitata, it is immediately recognizable by its woolly inflorescence with bract. The reddish-brown discoloration of this rather thick coat is visible from quite a distance and makes identification quite easy. This attractive feature, along with the fact that it is probably the most cold hardy in the genus, makes it an excellent proposition for the temperate garden. Butia eriospatha is native to the extreme south of Brazil where it grows up to about 1200 metres (4000ft). Seeds should be stored in a dry, cool place for several weeks before sowing can lead to optimal results, which then produces at least 80%.

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Description

At first glance, like Butia capitata, it is immediately recognizable by its woolly inflorescence with bract. The reddish-brown discoloration of this rather thick coat is visible from quite a distance and makes identification quite easy. This attractive feature, along with the fact that it is probably the most cold hardy in the genus, makes it an excellent proposition for the temperate garden. Butia eriospatha is native to the extreme south of Brazil where it grows up to about 1200 metres (4000ft). Seeds should be stored in a dry, cool place for several weeks before sowing can lead to optimal results, which then produces at least 80%.

Additional information

Weight 0,0100 kg
USDA zone

zone 8: -12.2 to -6.7 degrees

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