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id help! is this a heath?

Posted by lwfevelyn (My Page) on
Mon, Feb 11, 08 at 18:54

hi! i have no idea wad this plant is..its a cut flowers and spiny leaves, that i just bought.. can it be propagated from cuttings? seens to be erica,protea or heath.and how to take care of it.thanks lots.

picture: pls click on link..
can be found at name that plant forum too with url:

Here is a link that might be useful: blue flowers

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RE: id help! is this a heath?

I was a florist for twenty years and have never seen anything like that. No clue what it is, but it isn't a protea or a heath.

RE: id help! is this a heath?

The plant you have is a Berzelia Baubles & is a South African plant. They come in many colors, white, blue, pink, yellow, green, etc. & are used in the floral industry. I've seen them used in brides bouquets, corsages,& has a cut flower.

Here is a link that might be useful: Berzelia, Proteas and Leucadendrons

RE: id help! is this a heath?

It's Berzelia lanuginosa and it's been dyed that colour. They are naturally sort of creamy beige.

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