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Rose Spiderhead Overview
Serruria rosea is a stunning garden plant if given the right conditions. It hybridizes very easily with Serruria florida and hybrids have been produced for the horticultural trade. The closest relative to S. rosea is S. florida. They are similar in appearance but S. florida has larger white flowers, produces fewer flowering stems, and is more difficult to grow. ZA Distribution: Western Cape.
Common problems with Rose Spiderhead
Weak plants are prone to attack from fungi, specifically the root rot Phytophthora. Never disturb the roots of the plant as they damage very easily.
How to harvest Rose Spiderhead
Flowers can be cut for the vase when the buds just start to open.
How to propagate Rose Spiderhead
Take cuttings from current season's growth in late summer or autumn. Root with rooting hormone, bottom heat and misting in a 50 -50 mix of finely milled bark and polystyrene, takes about 3 weeks.
Special features of Rose Spiderhead
Can be planted in pots with a specialized protea potting mix.