Dendriopoterium is a small genus of two species endemic to the island of Gran Canaria and closely related to the genus Marcetella. These members of the rose family (Rosaceae) are evergreen, woody, branching shrubs with most ornamental feathered, bluish-green leaves and dense, upright hold flower racemes. All are easily grown as pot or container plants in any well drained, rocky soil in full sun throughout the year. Keep plants drier in winter in full sun and at a minimum of some 10°C. If plants are becoming too large, they can be cut back easily in early spring.
Sow seeds flat on any well drained, rock-sandy soil. Place pots in a sunny to partially shaded spot. Keep seedlings always slightly moist from beneath. Transplant to larger pots after the second pair of feathered leaves.
20 seeds per package.
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