Trichodiadema bulbosum has emerald green leaves with tufty bristles at the tips. It branches heavily to produce a small shrub with roots that thicken to form tubers. These tubers can be raised above the soil line to create a gnarly “caudiciform” effect, thereby making this plant an excellent subject for bonsai. In spring and summner they produce small purple flowers.

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It requires moist air.

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It has no serious pest or disease problems.

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