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Caesalpinia coriaria, Divi-divi
Caesalpinia coriaria, Divi-divi
CAESALPINIA CORIARIA
Divi-divi

The Caesalpinia coriania (Divi-divi) is a medium size tree from Aruba, very often seen in pictures with windswept shapes near the ocean. The Divi-Divi is quite easy. There is nothing really special in their care. Perhaps just some protection if the temperature dips bellow 35° F. The basic requirements are full to partial sun, average water, and fertilizer. Divi-Divi flowers during the warm weather, but the flowers are not very showy. The really beauty of the plant resides on their delicate fine leaves. It has beautiful reddish/pink new growth and the shapes that can be achieved by trimming, thus making it one of the favorite trees for bonsai training.


FAMILY : Leguminosae
ORIGIN : Aruba, Curacao
SIZE : 20' - 30'
LIGHT REQUIREMENTS : full to partial sun
WATER REQUIREMENTS : average
MIN. TEMP. : low 30°s
FLOWER : during the warm weather




 

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