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Attributes of Lanceleaf blumea

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Perennial
Plant Type
Herb, Shrub
Plant Height
1 m to 3 m
Leaf Color
Green
Flower Size
6 mm to 1 cm
Flower Color
Yellow
Leaf type
Evergreen

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Habitat of Lanceleaf blumea

Forests, grassy slopes, riversides
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Transplant
24-36 inches
For lanceleaf blumea, the prime relocation period spans from the outset of spring till the cusp of summer, ensuring robust growth. Choose a site that offers ample sunlight and well-draining soil. When positioning, gentle handling encourages better acclimatization.
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Pruning
Spring, Summer, Fall
A perennial herb, lanceleaf blumea boasts aromatic leaves and yellow blossoms. Prune dead or weak stems, cut back after flowering to encourage bushiness, and remove spent blooms. Prune in spring to shape or revive, and deadhead in summer for prolonged blooming. Fall pruning prepares lanceleaf blumea for winter, promoting healthy spring growth. Pruning enhances airflow, light penetration, and reduces disease risk, crucial for lanceleaf blumea's vibrancy and longevity.
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Propagation
Spring,Summer
Lanceleaf blumea thrives through cutting, a direct method that results in genetically identical offspring. For successful cutting propagation, select healthy, non-flowering shoots. Carefully clip sections with several leaves attached, and trim the lower leaves to expose stem nodes. Position the cuttings in moist, well-draining soil, ensuring the exposed nodes are in contact with the substrate. Consistently maintain humidity and warmth to foster root development. Rooting hormone can enhance the process, but with lanceleaf blumea's robust nature, it often isn't necessary.
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Flower Color
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Leaf type
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