I.D. needed on houseplant
Colin Mitchell Beier
cbeier at vt.edu
Tue Sep 5 22:29:18 EST 2000
perhaps a Dracaena spp. or some other widely cultivated member of "tropical
most of what these stores sell is pretty common so you should be able to
figure it out.
good luck. i think SJ might be on the right track as well.
Norman Frank <ngfrank at bellsouth.net> wrote in message
news:LSft5.6648$RY2.57491 at news4.mco...
> I was in Home Depot and bought a plant hoping my wife could identify
> it, but she thinks it is a "corn plant' and it doesn't exactly match the
> picture. They had a whole table of them, and it only costs $15, so I
> its pretty common.
> The plant stands about 3-4 feet high and is in a 10 inch pot. The
> feature is the trio of naked trunks each about 1-2 inches in diameter.
> look like small sapling trunks, but they don't have any leaves on them
> the exception of a single "tuft" of vegetation sticking out the side near
> the top (which does sort of resemble the leaves of a corn plant). The tops
> of the trunks seem to be cut off and covered with black paint or tar.
> The info-sheet included is nonspecific, and calls it a FOLIAGE,
> requiring rather standard care. Any help would be appreciated.
> Norman Frank nfrank at bellsouth.net
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