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Othonna 'Clanwilliam Dam', native to South Africa, are winter growers. They have fleshy leaves and daisy-like flowers make them excellent in a desert or rock garden(where hardy) or indoors as houseplants or green house specimens. Grow in well-drained soil. Allow soil to dry out in between watering. In the warmer months, Othonnas go into their dormancy period. Stop watering, place them in a shaded, cooler area, away from getting direct sunlight, relatively dry with good air circulation. In the fall, when nights cool down, the plant may start growing on their own, but a good soaking will help them to leaf out.
The Plant pictured is the one you will receive. This plant will be shipped bare root.
DISCLAIMER: We do our best to ship the plant as pictured. Sometimes the leaves, flowers, or branches will fall off or break off on the way to your destination through no fault on our part. Please message us about handling (for example: more cushioning, clipping the leaves, branches, stalk, flowers etc.) so that the specimen will be intact when it arrives to your destination. ***We ship Monday through Wednesday***
I've been growing and selling plants since 2010. We take extra care to pack your items well. We grow everything under 50% Shade, if your growing condition is full sun, you will need to slowly acclimate the plants into your growing environment.
All International Orders:
Please be advised all plants exported from the US require a phytosanitary certificate. The cost of phytosanitary certificate is not included in the price of the plant and will be added on as an additional fee. For most standard orders, phytosanitary certificates will cost $90 (under $1000, and under 20 plants, each plant to be under 18 in/45cm). For larger orders, (quantity, size, and cost) this amount will change. Please be aware that due to Covid restrictions, we cannot guarantee a timely delivery.
Buyers outside the European Union should know the Customs regulations of their own country. We do not take responsibility for any customs problems and confiscated plants.