Add top soil or organic peat humus to the hole when you plant. This will help the roots absorb more of the water they love. You'll likely have to cut out browned stems from time to time to keep the plant looking tidy. If the plant is growing too wide, divide it in spring
- Light Needs: Full sun or Indoor Sun
- Watering Needs: Once established, needs regular watering, and be kept moist.
Like an exotic grass, graceful papyrus is a unique accent that gives a landscape the look of a tropical oasis. It forms an attractive clump of stalks with a grassy top that's actually made up of flower bracts. The plant blooms during warm months with tiny, inconspicuous flowers. Like bougainvillea, the bracts are the showy, ornamental part of the plant. This is a great plant for a casual, eclectic landscape.