|This can be grown as a houseplant and forms a dense bush to be kept at 80cm - 100cm. The Pisonia makes for a popular indoor plant as it has large oval variegated leaves and is easy care. In the upper north island you may see this in the forests or in gardens with its sticky fruit. We do not recomend planting this tree outside in the upper-north island as birds can become trapped in the tree from the sticky fruit the tree produces. It is not likely your tree at home inside will develop the fruit. |
Place in an area where it will get plenty of indirect light. Prefers evenly moist soil, allow the top few inches to dry between watering and keep a little on the drier side in the winter. Feed once a month with a liquid houseplant fertiliser.
Note: Picture is a guide only, plant size may differ from image.
Pot not included.