This spectacular "Lily of the Valley Tree" produces clusters of frilly fairies dancing in mid-air, with its draping blooms engulfing the stems from late winter through summer. Although sensitive to overfeeding, Elaeocarpus grandiflorus makes an excellent indoor plant for its ability to tolerate dry conditions and lower levels of light. Even in the off season one can find flowers and buds emerging on this native of tropical Australia.
|Bloom Season||Spring, Summer, Winter|
|Sun Requirement||Full Sun, Partial Sun|
|Minimum Temperature Indoors||55|
Beautiful slow growing, flowering tree. Review by Lily of the Valley tree
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I purchased this plant for my greenhouse, due to the picture on this site. I bought it here, and I've had it several years. It blooms frequently, but is a slow grower, in a heated greenhouse. I am very pleased with the ease of growth and the fact it doesn't seem to collect bad bugs on it. The flowers look exactly as they are shown, and they look silky and very pretty on it. I recommend this plant if you want something pretty inside. I live in North Idaho, so it would not grow outside here, but inside it's a charmer. (Posted on 8/28/2014)