Erythrochiton brasiliensis (4″ pot)


This is a rare and unusual tropical upright shrub that prefers a little bit of shade. The different flowers are white, emerging from showy reddish/orange bracts. This is a nice plant for a collector looking for something that you don’t see in everyones garden.

Ships in 4″ pot.

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This is an unusual upright shrub for filtered light. It is a slow grower, but it will eventually reach around 6′ tall. The leaves remain on the top of the stems only (much like a palm tree) and the flowers shoot from the foliage. Erythochiton blooms most of the year. The flowers are white, emerging from showy reddish/orange bracts. It is quite attractive. The plant itself is narrow, good for tight spaces, and quite elegant. Very good as a potted plant. Freezing temperatures should be avoided. This is a rarely offered tropical plant.

FAMILY : Rutaceae
ORIGIN : South America
TYPE/USES : grows well in a planter
MATURE SIZE : eventually 6′ tall, more or less
LIGHT REQUIREMENTS : filtered light to partial sun
MIN. TEMP. : low 30’s for a short period of time
FLOWER : most of the year or during warm weather

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 6 × 9 × 24 in
Gardino Nursery