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Dieffenbachia Seguine 'Tropic Marianne'
Dieffenbachia Marianne, also known as "Dumb Cane" features creamy white leaves with dark green borders. This easy to care for plant can grow up to 8 feet tall when placed in well draining soil and behind filtered light.
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|6 Inch Pot||$34.95|
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Dieffenbachia Marianne is a full and tall indoor plant with creamy white centers on large green outlined leaves. Make sure you place your plant in humid spaces with bright but not direct sunlight. This easy-to-grow plant will grow up to 8 feet tall with the proper care.
Most Dieffenbachia Plants grow as floor plants and the Marianne is no exception. While beautiful, this particular plant family is toxic to both humans and dogs, so many sure you keep them out of reach of any pets or children.
|Mature Height:||6 to 8 Feet|
|Mature Width:||2 to 3 Feet|
|Sunlight:||Partial to full shade|
|Foliage:||Creamy white outlined with green|
|Soil Condition:||Neutral to acidic, prefers to dry out some between watering|
|Water Requirements:||Water at the base after soil dries some|
|Uses:||Attractive plant for any indoor usage|
How to Care for Dieffenbachia Marianne
Before bringing your new Dieffenbachia Marianne plant home, make sure to read the recommended care instructions for a successful transition after shipping.
How do I water Dieffenbachia Marianne Plants?
The Dieffenbachia Marianne do best in high humidity areas and can tolerate their soil drying out a bit between watering. The best practice with these house plants is to wait for the top 1 to 2 inches of the soil to dry before watering. After watering thoroughly, allow the water to fully drain into the drip tray and remove any excess afterwards. If you notice your plant's leaves drooping this is typically a sign it is time to be watered.
How Much Sunlight Should My Dieffenbachia Marianne Plant Get?
Dieffenbachia Marianne plants will do great in full to partial shade. The best location to place your house plant is in bright filtered light, like behind a window with sheer curtains or similar window coverings. Rotating your Dieffenbachia Marianne is not required but helpful so that the plant does not grow towards sunlight in only one spot.
What is the best soil for Dieffenbachia Marianne?
The best soil for Dieffenbachia Marianne is a well balanced mix of organic matter that dries some between watering. Any kind of neutral to slightly acidic mixture will be best for your plant to grow big and strong. Soil that has good water drainage is important for your house plant's growth. An easy tip is to add a little bit of cactus mix to your soil to help improve drainage.
How do I prune Dieffenbachia Marianne Plants?
Pruning your Dieffenbachia Marianne will not be a regular occurrence, but will be necessary from time to time. You can prune your plant when it grows too tall or when the stems are too empty. Your plant will tell you when it needs some extra TLC. The Dieffenbachia Marianne will begin to shed its lower leaves, indicating it has grown too tall. Once you cut back to your desired height, your plant will begin to sprout new leaves.