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A vivid vining shrub, the Monkey's Brush Plant offers exotic color from late winter to mid-summer. With reddish-yellow growth that emerges in a free-form silhouette, the Monkey's Brush brightens foundations, borders and even entryways since you can container plant it.
You can get rich color almost anywhere. And if you live in a colder climate, simply pot up your Monkey's Brush Plant, bring indoors and place by a sunny window. In warmer climates, your established Monkey’s Brush keeps thriving outdoors, even when temperatures dip into the 20s.But the best part is that you get effortlessly full, vibrant growth...hassle-free. You won’t find the Monkey’s Brush at your local nursery or big-box store since it's a rare, sought-after plant native to South America. However, when you order from our nursery, you get this one-of-a-kind plant and a healthy root system. And since it arrives already trellis-trained, there's no guesswork involved.
Your Monkey’s Brush has been planted, grown and shipped with absolute care, so you get island-inspired color and a landscape oasis.
Hurry - this unique plant is in high demand. Discover the color of the tropics with your own Monkey’s Brush!
1. Planting: Choose an area with full to partial sun (4 to 8 hours of sunlight per day) and well-drained soil for your plant. If you are container-planting your Monkey’s Brush, select a container that’s twice the size of your shipped container and ensure it has drainage holes.
When planting outdoors, dig a hole that’s around twice the size of your plant’s root ball and just as deep, with a bit of extra room to grow. Then, place the shrub, tamp down the soil and water to settle the roots.
If you're planting in a container, use organic soil mix and place in a sunny area on your porch, patio or indoors.
2. Watering: Water your young Monkey’s Brush twice weekly or check your surrounding soil. Check your soil about 2 to 3 inches down – if the soil is dry here, water your plant. Established plants will need less water.3. Pruning: Prune away any damaged or dead foliage to encourage healthy growth.