Comes in a 8 inch pot. We have about 50 in stock Look how great these trees are.
Great for office, beginner tree and real easy care
Small small leaves
Flowers and Berries
CARE Temperature: It is a subtropical to near-tropical plant that grows best in the USDA Zones 9b-10. It needs to be protected from cold temperatures be- low 40 ° F. The ideal climate will have hot summer days with cool nights. Prefers night temperatures between 50-65 ° F and day temperatures of 68 ° F or higher. In temperatures up to 70 ° F, growth will be tight with short internodal spaces, in higher tem- peratures, new growth will be leggy and thin. Put Natal Plum outside in the Summer and bring in- doors when temperatures drop to 50 ° F. If it gets too cold, Natal Plum may drop its leaves. Lighting: To get maximum blooms it should be ex- posed to full sun, at least four hours of direct sunlight daily. It can also grow in partial shade. If growing indoors, keep it in a southern or western window or supplement with grow-lights. Watering: Water frequently but let the soil dry slightly between waterings to avoid root rot. Avoid water-logging by providing it with good drainage. This plant is drought tolerant