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Asked by Anonymous on August 22, 2011
Lipstick Plant

What does a lipstick plant look like?

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Nikki
Certified GKH Gardening Expert

This plant is commonly called Lipstick because its dark red, tubular flowers that resemble lipstick emerging from its case.

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Asked by Klvm on July 4, 2012
Lipstick Mona Lisa Plant

My lipstick mona lisa plant lost its leaves and then the stems dried out. There are 3 stems with leaves left. They have been fine for a month but I am not sure that it will survive or will grow new shoots. Any advice on how to save this plant?

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theficuswrangler

As so often happens, I can't be sure what plant you have, because there are several species referred to by this common name(s); that's why it's helpful to use the botanical name or a picture. However, from your description, I think you may have had the soil too wet for the amount of light available. Rot sets in and your plant dies. To save what's left, you might try increasing the light, and let the soil dry down some, all the way to the bottom of the pot. Best thing would be to get a new plant and try again.

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Asked by diannes on July 27, 2015
Replant a Lipstick Plant

I was given this plant today. There is green growth and there are some flowers down the long trailing part of the plant but near the soil surface the plant is brown. Can I cut it back, re-pot the plant, fertilize it gently and give it water to revive it?

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Downtoearthdigs
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Asked by Anonymous on December 10, 2016
Lipstick Plant

My lipstick plant is not blooming at the moment. It just has the purple part of the flower but not the red part that it use to. Is this its dormant stage?

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Downtoearthdigs
Certified GKH Gardening Expert

Pruning or trimming the plant following blooming will help with new flower formation.
Here are some links to help you.

https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/houseplants/lipstick-plant/growing-lipstick-plants.htm
https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/houseplants/lipstick-plant/pruning-lipstick-plant.htm

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Asked by Gperez on December 12, 2017
Lipstick Palm

I live in south Florida and I have a 12 Ft lipstick palm. Temperature going down to 45 tomorrow and 47-50 for a few nights this week. Will a few days of this cold harm my plant? Very few nights during any time of the year that temperature drops so low.

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BushDoctor
Certified GKH Gardening Expert

Luckily, this can survive temperatures down to around 35 degrees, so this should pose no problem. I get questions from around the world, and this has been the common theme lately. Very strange amounts of snow and cold. Just take proper care, and hope that the temperatures don't drop below 35, and you will be fine. If it does happen to drop lower than that, then I could suggest covering the tree with a large canvas for those nights by using a ladder to reach.

Here is an article for the care of these: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/trees/lipstick-palm/lipstick-palm-growing.htm

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Asked by GibsonGK55 on March 18, 2018
Lipstick Plant

Hi,

What colors do these plants come in? I have four red ones although I have seen a pink one in a shop but very expensive. I’ve also heard there are white ones but rare. Is that correct? Any chance on where i can buy seeds for these white or pink?

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BushDoctor
Certified GKH Gardening Expert

These come in, mostly, warm colors. The most common are pinks, reds, oranges, and yellows. I have not seen a white one, but that is not to say there isn't one. With many breeders working with the CRISPR gene editing, a white one is a real possibility.

As for where to get them... I would suggest looking at an online nursery. Any that have them will ship just about anywhere.

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