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    manihot grahamii (Euphorbeacea)

    • Rebecca Parmeley

      Hardy Tapioca / Graham's Cassava: Manihot grahamii - A native of Eastern South America, from Brazil through to Argentina. I've done a quick web search and this has been successfully grown as far north as North Carolina. (This photo said it was taken in the Pacific NW)..... Thank you Dr Hari Palta, it is a beautiful plant!

    • Renee Witgenstein

      Manihot Grahamii - “Hardy Tapioca” Plant ~~ One of the comments was: "I have tried Manihot grahamii several times. First in Issaquah, the last in Aberdeen. In all cases they petered out, leaves dropping off until by July it was just a bare stick. According to the link Vlad provided, they require a lot of heat, dropping leaves if the weather is cool..."

    • nereida sanz

      Manihot grahamii - “Hardy Tapioca” Plant - Arbusto de crecimiento rápido, hojas grandes, flores chicas en ramilletes color blanca y tronco liso. En invierno pierde sus hojas. Su madera es de color blanca.

    • Tina Byrd

      Manihot grahamii (Hardy Tapioca) is hardy in zones 7-10. These woody perennials are topped with artistically cut leaves that remain only near the top of the plant. It will die to the ground, but quickly resprouts and will reach 8-10' tall by the end of the season. Because of the potential seed-dispersing nature of this plant, I would recommend against using it anywhere south of Zone 8, but it makes a perfect large container plant for gardeners in the northern states.

    • of beauty

      gorgeous leaves .... 'Hardy Tapioca Plant' deciduous; re-seeds; 8-10ft seasonal growth.

    • Khrystyna Lysenko

      Hardy Tapioca plant of incredibly shaped leaves. #foilage #garden #leaves

    • Trish W

      Hardy tapioca plant (Manihot grahamii) (family Euphorbiaceae) #garden

    • Lura Astor

      Manihot Grahamii / “Hardy Tapioca” plant / nature's #lace

    • brigitte dattolico

      These leaves are beautiful ....hardy tapioca plant ✨

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