Dieffenbachia Amy Tissue Culture


The Dieffenbachia Amy plant is a plant from the family of dieffenbachia plants. The name was given to it because of its resemblance to a human female reproductive organ. This article will discuss more this interesting, but little-known, family member.

Dieffenbachia Amy plant is a flowering plant native to Australia and southern China. The name comes from the German words dieffenzein (meaning ‘to flower’) and berghei (meaning ‘flowers’).

Dieffenbachia Amy plant is one of the few plants in this family that have true flowers, rather than leaves. They are also not true herbs, but rather fruits that grow on a vine. The Amy Plant is related to some other types of Dieffenbachia, but is by far the smallest, most colorful, and easiest to grow.

Out of stock

SKU: DIFAMY800105105T Category: