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Pandanus dubius Screw pine Pandan hias Pandanaceae

Pandanus dubius, Screw pine,  Pandan, Pandan hias


Pandanus dubius, Screw pine,  Pandan, Pandan hias

This genus from East Africa, Malaysia, Australia and the Pacific contains about 250 species, a few of which make decorative trees for seaside gardens and swampy areas .
The sword-shaped, spiny-edged green leaves, arranged spirally at the ends of the branches, are long and narrow.
The white flowers are very small; the fruit are aggregations of reddish or yellow berries, up to 12 in (30 cm) in diameter, and resemble a pineapple.
Flowering colors: White
They require full sun .
Keep the plants tidy by removing dead and damaged leaves.
Propagate from seed, soaked for 24 hours before planting, or by detaching rooted suckers.