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hardy tapioca plant ✨beautiful hardy tapioca - botanically, this one is Manihot grahamii.
hardy tapioca plant ✨ I've never seen that before - what beautiful leaves
Hardy Tapioca plant of incredibly shaped leaves. #foilage #garden #leaves
Tapioca plant is cultivated in tropical and subtropical zones throughout the world. The dark green leaves are a foot or more across and have 5-9 lobes. The leaf stems are very long, up to 24" long and red. Plants can grow more than 20' tall in frostfree regions, but where they die back and regrow in spring they rarely get more than 10.' Zones 8-11.
Fancy nature-- Manihot Grahamii-- good for zones 7b-10. Learn more on The Cloudforest Gardener
I know it's not flower, but isn't it cool?
Bougainvillea. A very hardy plant.
I just bought this plant and since summer is ending, I will have to bring it inside to live. Any suggestions on how to keep it growing and healthy?
Its a very hardy plant, just take care not to over water it!
It's doing well so far, nice green leaves.
Best Hardy Perennials for your garden-- good info to know! via On Sutton Place
Plants with Personality - Tapioca pictured. A list of some other interesting plant varieties with Zone requirements
"The leaves of memory seemed to make A mournful rustling in the dark” Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Fritillaria - Hey look, there's you! You're a hardy bulb to plant in the fall. Good to know.
Need to buy these
Just be aware that rodents LOVE tulip and crocus bulbs...
Thanks for this great tip.
Planting bulbs always sneaks up on me.
Manihot grahamii / Hardy Tapioca / Graham's Cassava: a native of Eastern South America, from Brazil through to Argentina. this has been successfully grown as far north as North Carolina. (This photo said it was taken in the Pacific NW).
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Interactive Version of USDA Hardiness Map 2012 #Gardening #Hardiness_Map #USDA
Tried and true hardy plants | The DIY Gardener's Guide Part 2 | On Sutton Place
~~ Amazing leaf of canna 'cleopatra' from thailand by Clive Nichols ~~
Hardy hibiscus, perfect for Midwest gardens (zones 4-9). More hardy Midwest plants: www.midwestliving...
Oakleaf Hydrangea flower panicle | Flickr - Photo Sharing! What an amazing flower panicle, I will have to add it to the list of 'Wants' or maybe it will be a 'Need'!