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one root $42.95

Tacca chantrieri 'Blanca
Common Name: White Bat Flower
COLOR: White
LOCATION: Shade to shade/sun
HEIGHT: 36"
BLOOMS: August - September
USE: A gardens centerpiece
ZONE: 10-11
SIZE: Number 1 size roots
USES: This exquisite flower is tall and majectic in greenhouses, sunrooms, or on hot, humid and shady porches.
SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS: A very unusual species with black bat shaped flowers up to 12" across, and long 'whiskers' that can grow up to 28". Tacca chantrieri grow wild in the tropical forest, where they can get as tall as 36". These beautiful flowers grow best in well-drained soil and high humidity.
Origin: Yunnan Province, China

  



one root $34.95

Tacca chantrieri
Common Name: Black Bat Flower
COLOR: Black
LOCATION: Shade to shade/sun
HEIGHT: 36"
BLOOMS: August - September
USE: A gardens centerpiece
ZONE: 10-11
SIZE: Number 1 size roots
USES: This exquisite flower is tall and majectic in greenhouses, sunrooms, or on hot, humid and shady porches.
SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS: A very unusual species with black bat shaped flowers up to 12" across, and long 'whiskers' that can grow up to 28". Tacca chantrieri grow wild in the tropical forest, where they can get as tall as 36". These beautiful flowers grow best in well-drained soil and high humidity.
Origin: Yunnan Province, China
 
 



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