Paintbrush Plant

Haemanthus albiflos
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Native to South Africa, Haemanthus albiflos is known for its

paintbrush-like flowers and was therefore coined the white paintbrush plant.

Overtime immature plants (shown to the left) will grow into a large clump. 

Temperature:

Keep at room temperature within 12-25 degrees.

Lighting:

Native to South Africa, the paintbrush plant (known for its paintbrush-like flowers) prefer bright light with a little direct sun.

 

Watering:

Keep in well-drained soil and base your watering on whenever the first few centimetres begin to dry out.

Propagation:

Plants will sub-divide and form into large patches that appear as "clumps". These clumps can be subdivided into individual plants shown in the photo above.