1 package of 50 tiny seeds
This highly ornamental, palmlike shrub found in wet forests in southeastern Tasmania is easily mistaken for a Pandanus or perhaps a Cordyline. Similar to some Dracophyllum, it grows to 5 m tall with slender, sparsely branched stems that hold terminal whorls of long, arched, narrow, pointed leaves.
The very conspicuous inflorescences produces clusters of white-cream flowers, interspersed with reddish bracteal leaves. Richea dracophylla likes acidic soils and temperate climates without extremes of heat or cold and is hardy to at least USDA Zone 9. Germination: Cover seeds only slightly with substrate: coir or sowing mix + perlite. Keep bright and constantly moist but not wet.