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Tree of kings Overview
An upright clump-forming evergreen shrub native to Asia and Australia. Has a strong, branched trunk reaching a height of 4m in the wild as a shrub. As a houseplant or in gardens it reaches 1.5m. The strap-shaped leaves are up to 75 cm long and 15 cm wide and are clustered at the top of the stem. Bears panicles of small, scented, white purple flowers in summer, which are followed by many red berries.
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How to propagate Tree of kings
You can propagate by seeds, offsets or suckers in the spring.
Stem cuttings in the summer.
Other uses of Tree of kings