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Conocarpus Lancifolius (Lanceleaf Buttonwood) - Plant

Conocarpus Lancifolius (Lanceleaf Buttonwood) - Plant

Conocarpus Lancifolius

Regular price Rs. 399.00
Regular price Rs. 550.00 Sale price Rs. 399.00
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12-18 inches tall Plant

Pollens of this tree may cause respiratory irritation in certain patients


Live Plant along with a Plastic Pot.
Plant height is 12"-18" inches in Medium size (6 inch) Pot.
Plant height is 24"-36" inches in Large size (8 inch) Pot.
Plant height is 56"-68" inches (with thick stem) in Extra Large size (12 inch) Pot.

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Conocarpus Lancifolius (Lanceleaf Buttonwood) - Plant

Conocarpus lancifolius, commonly known as Lanceleaf Buttonwood. It is a versatile evergreen tree native to the arid regions of East Africa and the Arabian Peninsula. Ideal for outdoor landscapes. It thrives in hot, dry climates and can reach heights of up to 20 meters. This drought-tolerant tree features lance-shaped leaves and produces small, inconspicuous flowers.

A key speciality of the Lanceleaf Buttonwood is its exceptional ability to withstand saline soils and harsh environmental conditions. It a popular choice for coastal areas and urban landscapes. Its dense foliage provides excellent shade and windbreak, enhancing its appeal for both aesthetic and functional purposes.

Features of Conocarpus Lancifolius - Plant

  • Height: Can grow up to 20 meters (65 feet).
  • Leaves: Lance-shaped, evergreen, and dense.
  • Flowers: Small, inconspicuous, typically greenish in color.
  • Growth Habitat: Thrives in hot, dry climates, and is native to East Africa and the Arabian Peninsula.
  • Drought Resistance: Extremely drought-tolerant, suitable for arid regions.
  • Outdoor Use: Ideal for outdoor landscapes, not suitable for indoor cultivation.
  • Functional Benefits: Provides excellent shade and acts as an effective windbreak.
  • Urban Landscaping: Popular choice for coastal and urban environments due to its resilience and low maintenance needs.
  1. Location: Plant in a sunny, outdoor location with plenty of direct sunlight.
  2. Watering: Water regularly during the first year to establish roots. Once established, water sparingly, as it is drought-tolerant.
  3. Mulching: Apply mulch around the base to retain moisture and regulate soil temperature.
  4. Fertilization: Use a balanced, slow-release fertilizer during the growing season to support healthy growth.
  5. Pruning: Prune to remove dead or damaged branches and to maintain shape and size.

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