Papyrus Royal Lux Green
170 cm - ila tree
A species native to North Africa. Commonly called papyrus, this plant belongs to the genus of cyperaceous, whose botanical name is cyperus papirus; in fact, hundreds of species belong to this category, widespread over much of the globe, adapted to live in damp places, on the edges of the slow waterways, or near ponds and marshes. In Italy it is often grown as a houseplant, choosing a species of African origin; there are some wild species in Italy that live in the wetlands. They are herbaceous plants, with thin erect stems that grow up from the rhizomes reaching up to 3-5 meters in height, depending on the species and the climate in which plants are grown; the stems are rigid, cylindrical or triangular, green, and at their crown they bear a tuft of bright green leaves, flat and ribbon or thread-like or triangular. In summer small inflorescences bloom at the top of the clump of leaves, consisting of inconspicuous greenish flowers.