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About Abbotswood Potentilla and Cerbera

1 What is
1.1 Life Span
Perennial
Perennial
1.2 Type
Perennial
Broadleaf Evergreen
1.3 Origin
Not Available
Southeastern Asia, China, Japan, Melanesia, Micronesia, Polynesia, Australia
1.4 Types
Abbottswood Potentilla Day Dawn Potentilla Goldfinger Potentilla Pink Beauty Potentilla Snowbird Potentilla
Cerbera laeta, Cerbera floribunda, Cerbera odollam
1.4.1 Number of Varieties
About Rice Plant
5
Rank: 87 (Overall)
8
Rank: 84 (Overall)
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1.5 Habitat
gardens, Grassland, Homesteads, Open areas
Deciduous forests, Tropical regions
1.6 USDA Hardiness Zone
3-8
Not Available
1.7 AHS Heat Zone
10-1
Not Available
1.8 Sunset Zone
A1, A2, A3, H1, H2, 1a, 1b, 2a, 2b, 3a, 3b, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24
21,22
1.9 Habit
Not Available
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2 Information
2.1 Plant Size
2.1.1 Minimum Height
About American ..
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Rank: N/A (Overall)
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Rank: N/A (Overall)
About Cyclamen
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2.1.2 Minimum Width
About Flowering..
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Rank: N/A (Overall)
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Rank: N/A (Overall)
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2.2 Plant Color
2.2.1 Flower Color
Not Available
White, Ivory
2.2.2 Flower Color Modifier
Not Available
Bicolor
2.2.3 Fruit Color
Not Available
Not Available
2.2.4 Leaf Color in Spring
Not Available
Green, Dark Green
2.2.5 Leaf Color in Summer
Not Available
Green, Dark Green
2.2.6 Leaf Color in Fall
Not Available
Green, Dark Green
2.2.7 Leaf Color in Winter
Light Green
Green, Dark Green
2.3 Shape
2.3.1 Leaf Shape
Tiny
Lanceolate
2.4 Thorns
Not Available
12% Broadleaf Evergreen Garden Plants have it !
3 Season
3.1 Plant Season
Not Available
Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter
3.2 Growing Conditions
3.2.1 Sunlight
Full Sun, Partial Sun
Full Sun, Partial Sun
3.2.2 Growth Rate
Not Available
Fast
3.2.3 Type of Soil
Not Available
Loam, Sand
3.2.4 The pH of Soil
Not Available
Acidic, Neutral, Alkaline
3.2.5 Soil Drainage
Not Available
Not Available
3.2.6 Bloom Time
Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall
Not Available
3.2.7 Repeat Bloomer
Not Available
27% Broadleaf Evergreen Garden Plants have it !
3.3 Tolerances
Drought
Not Available
4 Care
4.1 Where to Plant?
Ground, Pot
Container, Ground, Pot
4.2 How to Plant?
Stem Planting
Seedlings, Stem Planting
4.3 Plant Maintenance
Medium
Medium
4.4 Watering Plants
4.4.1 Watering Requirements
Water Deeply, Water when soil is dry
Average Water Needs, Medium, Requires regular watering
4.4.2 In Summer
Lots of watering
Lots of watering
4.4.3 In Spring
Moderate
Moderate
4.4.4 In Winter
Average Water
Average Water
4.5 Soil
4.5.1 Soil pH
Not Available
Acidic, Neutral, Alkaline
4.5.2 Soil Type
Not Available
Loam, Sand
4.5.3 Soil Drainage Capacity
Not Available
Not Available
4.6 Sun Exposure
Full Sun, Partial Sun
Full Sun, Partial Sun
4.7 Pruning
Prune if you want to improve plant shape, Prune in winter, Prune to control growth, Remove damaged leaves, Remove deadheads, Requires little pruning
Prune in late winter, Prune in spring, Remove damaged leaves, Remove dead leaves
4.8 Fertilizers
All-Purpose Liquid Fertilizer
All-Purpose Liquid Fertilizer, fertilize in spring, Phosphorous, Requires high amount of nitrogen
4.9 Pests and Diseases
Red blotch
Caterpillars, Insects
4.10 Plant Tolerance
Drought
Drought
5 Facts
5.1 Flowers
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Showy
5.1.1 Flower Petal Number
Not Available
Single
5.2 Fruits
5.2.1 Showy Fruit
Not Available
43% Broadleaf Evergreen Garden Plants have it !
5.2.2 Edible Fruit
Not Available
8% Broadleaf Evergreen Garden Plants have it !
5.3 Fragrance
5.3.1 Fragrant Flower
Not Available
61% Broadleaf Evergreen Garden Plants have it !
5.3.2 Fragrant Fruit
Not Available
5% Broadleaf Evergreen Garden Plants have it !
5.3.3 Fragrant Leaf
Not Available
7% Broadleaf Evergreen Garden Plants have it !
5.3.4 Fragrant Bark/Stem
Not Available
3% Broadleaf Evergreen Garden Plants have it !
5.4 Showy Foliage
Not Available
55% Broadleaf Evergreen Garden Plants have it !
5.5 Showy Bark
Not Available
14% Broadleaf Evergreen Garden Plants have it !
5.6 Foliage Texture
Not Available
Coarse
5.7 Foliage Sheen
Not Available
Not Available
5.8 Evergreen
4% Perennial Flowers Garden Plants have it !
12% Broadleaf Evergreen Garden Plants have it !
5.9 Invasive
Not Available
4% Broadleaf Evergreen Garden Plants have it !
5.10 Self-Sowing
Not Available
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5.11 Attracts
Not Available
Bees, Butterflies
5.12 Allergy
Not Available
Toxic
6 Benefits
6.1 Uses
6.1.1 Aesthetic Uses
Showy Purposes
Beautification, Landscape Designing, Showy Purposes, Used for decorating walls, fences, gates, hedges, etc.
6.1.2 Beauty Benefits
Not Available
Not Available
6.1.3 Edible Uses
63% Perennial Flowers Garden Plants have it !
50% Broadleaf Evergreen Garden Plants have it !
6.1.4 Environmental Uses
Air purification
Food for insects
6.2 Plant Benefits
6.2.1 Medicinal Uses
Curing infectious diseases, Improve heart health, Lung Problems, Treatment of ulcers
No Medicinal Use
6.2.2 Part of Plant Used
Not Available
Flowers
6.2.3 Other Uses
Showy Purposes
Decoration Purposes, Showy Purposes
6.3 Used As Indoor Plant
31% Perennial Flowers Garden Plants have it !
34% Broadleaf Evergreen Garden Plants have it !
6.4 Used As Outdoor Plant
All Perennial Flowers Garden Plants have it !
All Broadleaf Evergreen Garden Plants have it !
6.5 Garden Design
Not Available
Container, Hedges, Screening, Wind Break, Shade Trees, Tropical
7 Scientific Name
7.1 Botanical Name
POTENTILLA cinerea
CERBERA
7.2 Common Name
Abbotswood Potentilla
Cerbera
7.2.1 In Hindi
Potentilla Abbotswood
Cerbera
7.2.2 In German
Abbotswood potentilla
Cerbera
7.2.3 In French
Abbotswood potentille
Cerbera
7.2.4 In Spanish
Abbotswood Potentilla
Cerbera
7.2.5 In Greek
Abbotswood Potentilla
Cerbera
7.2.6 In Portuguese
Abbotswood Potentilla
Cerbera
7.2.7 In Polish
Abbotswood Potentilla
Cerbera
7.2.8 In Latin
Abbotswood Potentilla
Cerbera
8 Classification
8.1 Kingdom
Plantae
Plantae
8.2 Phylum
Not Available
Magnoliophyta
8.3 Class
Not Available
Magnoliopsida
8.4 Order
Rosales
Gentianales
8.5 Family
Rosaceae
Apocynaceae
8.6 Genus
Potentilla
Cerbera
8.7 Clade
Angiosperms, Eudicots, Rosids
Angiosperms, Asterids, Eudicots
8.8 Tribe
Not Available
Plumerieae
8.9 Subfamily
Rosoideae
Rauvolfioideae
8.10 Number of Species
About Orchid
300
Rank: 43 (Overall)
8
Rank: 100 (Overall)
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Properties of Abbotswood Potentilla and Cerbera

Wondering what are the properties of Abbotswood Potentilla and Cerbera? We provide you with everything About Abbotswood Potentilla and Cerbera. Abbotswood Potentilla doesn't have thorns and Cerbera doesn't have thorns. Also Abbotswood Potentilla does not have fragrant flowers. Abbotswood Potentilla has allergic reactions like Not Available and Cerbera has allergic reactions like Not Available. Compare all the properties and characteristics of these two plants. Find out which of these plant can be used as indoor plant. If you are interested to decorate your house and garden, find out aesthetic uses, compare them and select the plant which will beautify your surrounding. Along with beautification, try comparing medicinal and edible uses of Abbotswood Potentilla and Cerbera and you can choose the plant having best and most benefits.

Season and Care of Abbotswood Potentilla and Cerbera

Season and care of Abbotswood Potentilla and Cerbera is important to know. While considering everything about Abbotswood Potentilla and Cerbera Care, growing season is an essential factor. Abbotswood Potentilla season is Not Available and Cerbera season is Not Available. The type of soil for Abbotswood Potentilla is Not Available and for Cerbera is Loam, Sand while the PH of soil for Abbotswood Potentilla is Not Available and for Cerbera is Acidic, Neutral, Alkaline.

Abbotswood Potentilla and Cerbera Physical Information

Abbotswood Potentilla and Cerbera physical information is very important for comparison. Abbotswood Potentilla height is Not Available and width Not Available whereas Cerbera height is Not Available and width Not Available. The color specification of Abbotswood Potentilla and Cerbera are as follows:

  • Abbotswood Potentilla flower color: Not Available

  • Abbotswood Potentilla leaf color: Not Available

  • Cerbera flower color: White and Ivory

  • Cerbera leaf color: Green and Dark Green

Care of Abbotswood Potentilla and Cerbera

Care of Abbotswood Potentilla and Cerbera include pruning, fertilizers, watering etc. Abbotswood Potentilla pruning is done Prune if you want to improve plant shape, Prune in winter, Prune to control growth, Remove damaged leaves, Remove deadheads and Requires little pruning and Cerbera pruning is done Prune in late winter, Prune in spring, Remove damaged leaves and Remove dead leaves. In summer Abbotswood Potentilla needs Lots of watering and in winter, it needs Average Water. Whereas, in summer Cerbera needs Lots of watering and in winter, it needs Average Water.

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