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Nemetanthus Candy Corn Plant ‘Brazilian Firecracker’ – 6″ Pot

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Nematanthus are a genus of flowering plants in the family Primulaceae. These plants are native to eastern and southern Africa, Madagascar, and South Asia. Some common species include Candy Corn Nematanthus (Nematanthus indicus), African Sunset Nematanthus (Nematanthus annuus), and Blue Jungle Nematanthus (Nematanthus barbatus).As the holidays approach, many people will be thinking about all the sweet treats they can consume – candy corn, pumpkin spice lattes, gingerbread houses. But what about those plant lovers who dont eat meat or dairy? For them, theres now a special type of flower that can be enjoyed during the holidays – Candy Corn Nematanthus!These plants are perfect for those who want to show their holiday spirit but dont want to indulge in animal products. Candy Corn Nematanthus have bright colors and are very easy to care for – just water them occasionally and watch them blossom!

  • Candy Corn Nematanthus are a bloom-time perennial
  • No deadheading necessary - although after a year that is recommended
  • Tall - candy corn and white flowers grow to be about 1m
  • Easy to care for and maintain
  • bright colors
  • hardy in USDA zones 8-10
  • -sexy bloom
  • -bright colors for all holidays
  • -watering can be less frequent than other plants
  • Perfect for vegans and vegetarians
  • Seeds are easily germinated in hydroponic media
  • Includes a grow guide
  • Candy Corn Nematanthus means you can enjoy the holidays and not break a vegan or vegetarian diet.
  • This festive plant can grow sturdily indoors or outdoors.
  • Beautiful indoor or outdoor plant that will bring joy to anyone who loves the Holidays!
  • These plants are perfect for those who want to show their holiday spirit but dont want to indulge in animal products. Candy Corn Nematanthus have bright colors and are very easy to care for - just water them occasionally and watch them blossom!
  • Nigerians enjoy a gingerbread house every Christmas, and now they can enjoy our packed Nematanfus while they decorate!
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  • A gift that will put the wow in your holiday vibe
  • Its a beautiful and fresh alternative to decadent chocolate, food, and sweets

There is no one answer to the question of why candy corn nematthus (Nematanthus × caroliniana) are so popular. They may be colorful, striking, and easy to grow, but some people attribute their widespread popularity to the fact that they are fun plants. Whether youre a kid who loves to bake with them or an adult who appreciates their blooms in your garden, these plants are sure to brighten up any space.

The Candy Corn Nematanthus is a plant that is native to the southeastern United States. The plant is a member of the morning glory family and has been used in folk medicine to treat a variety of ailments for centuries. It was popularized as a novelty flower in the early 1900s and began being sold as an ornamental plant in nurseries in 1919. The Candy Corn Nematanthus is listed as an endangered species by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service because its population has decreased by more than 50 percent since 1980. The main threat to the Candy Corn Nematanthus is habitat loss, specifically due to development and agriculture.
If you’re like most people, your first thought when you hear the word “nematanthus” is probably of the brightly-colored plants that are often used in landscaping. But nematanthes are far more than just pretty ornamentals – in fact, they’re some of the best candidates for indoor plants if you have a space that can accommodate them. Here’s why:First of all, nematanthes are relatively low-maintenance plants. They don’t require a lot of water or nutrients, and they don’t need a lot of sunlight – they’re good indoor plants for those who live in apartments or homes with limited sunlight exposure. They also grow quickly, reaching up to four feet tall within a few months – so you can have a beautiful display of flowers very quickly.But what about those candy corn varieties? Aren’t they just for decoration? The answer is yes and no. Some candy corn nematanthus varieties are specifically designed for use as decorative plants, while others can be grown as houseplants. But whether you want to use them as ornamental plants or just give them a place to live
-The Candy Corn Nematanthus is the worlds largest flowering plant. -It can grow up to 6 feet tall and 5 feet wide. -Its flowers are a bright yellow and its leaves are a greenish-white. -The Candy Corn Nematanthus is native to Southeast Asia, but has been introduced to other parts of the world including North America, Europe, and Australia.
The popularity of candy corn nematanthus has exploded in recent years, with plants being spotted at some of the most popular botanical gardens in the world. They’re also becoming increasingly popular as houseplants, especially for people who love the Halloween season. What is Candy Corn Nematanthus? Candy corn nematanthus (Cycnos insignis) is a type of ornamental plant that is native to Central America and South America. The genus Cycnos contains only three species, all of which are tropical plants that typically grow to be about 3 feet tall. Candy corn nematanthus is unusual because it is a hybrid between two different types of nematanthus: the tropical milkweed (Nematophylla lanata) and the euonymus (Eupatorium rubrum). The result is a plant that looks like candy corn but has the hardiness and bloom of the euonymus. The History of Candy Corn Nematanthus Candy corn nematanthus was first introduced to the United States in 1978, when a specimen was sent from Guatemala to Texas A&M University. It wasn’t until 2007, however, that cultivars were developed that
A Candy Corn Nematanthus, or ‘Nemo’ for short, is a cute and easy houseplant to grow. They are native to Southeast Asia but can be found in most plant retailers. Candy Corn Nemos come in a variety of colors including pink, purple, red, orange and yellow. They are low-maintenance plants that do well in indirect sunlight and average humidity levels. The leaves are broad with a pointed tip and the flowers are small and white. The Benefits of a Candy Corn Nematanthus as a Houseplant:1) They make great indoor plants because they don’t require too much maintenance. 2) They have beautiful variegated leaves that add personality to any room. 3) The flowers are small but frequent so you won’t have to spend time looking for them. 4) They perform well in lower light conditions so they make great plants for smaller rooms or apartments. 5) They grow easily from seed so you can start growing them at home without spending a lot of money on plants.