Dieffenbachia amoena. Dieffenbachia

Dieffenbachia amoena

If you have no dedicated birthing chamber a kitchen will do.

Dumb Cane Plants Indoors

If her leaves drip it is how she sheds extra water. Shortening the plant is not a setback.

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Shortening and Propagating a Huge Dieffenbachia Amoena : 7 Steps (with Pictures)

Must pay sales tax, if any. Drooping Leaves Dieffenbachia prefers partial shade. It's not as quick as the Doctor Who version of regeneration but given time new growth will emerge from the tops of these canes and voilĂ  you'll soon have your old Dumb Cane back check out the photo in the Propagation section above to see what we're talking about.

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Dieffenbachia (Dumb Cane / Leopard Lily) Guide

Keep it out of reach from pets and children.

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Dieffenbachia amoena

It thrives in full to partial shade provided that it is also given well-draining soil.

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Dumb Cane Plants Indoors

If you fail to give any of those things on a regular basis then growth will slow or even stop completely.

32 Dieffenbachia Varieties and Types of Dumb Cane Plants to Grow

During the winter months, reduce watering. Minimum purchase excludes sales tax.