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Bryophyllum, Panfuti - Plant

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Original price ₹ 223
Original price ₹ 223
Original price ₹ 223
Current price ₹ 89
₹ 89
Current price ₹ 89
Please Select Size: In Grow Bag (5"x6")(13x15 cm) | Height - upto 1' (30 cm)
  • Delivery charges: ₹79 for entire order
  • Delivery time: 2-4 days
  • Delivery limited to Pune/PCMC

Synonyms: Panfuti

Product Highlights:

  • Unique succulent with distinctive, fleshy leaves
  • Conveniently potted in a grow bag for easy planting
  • Thrives in various lighting conditions
  • Known for its fascinating ability to propagate from leaf cuttings


The history of the Bryophyllum, or Panfuti Plant, is rooted in Madagascar and other parts of Africa. Its remarkable propagation method, where new plants can grow from fallen leaves, has made it a subject of curiosity and admiration among plant enthusiasts.

Grow Instructions:

To ensure successful growth, plant your Bryophyllum in well-draining succulent soil and place it in a location with bright, indirect sunlight. While it can tolerate some direct sunlight, protect it from harsh afternoon sun. Water sparingly, allowing the soil to dry out between waterings. Overwatering can lead to root rot. Fertilize sparingly with a diluted succulent fertilizer during the growing season (spring and summer) to encourage healthy growth.

Care Instructions:

Maintaining the Panfuti Plant is straightforward. Prune it occasionally to shape the plant and remove any dead or yellowing leaves. The Bryophyllum's unique growth habit and intriguing propagation method make it a captivating addition to succulent gardens, containers, or as a standalone curiosity.


The Bryophyllum, or Panfuti Plant, serves various purposes:

  • Ornamental: With its fleshy leaves and intriguing growth habit, it's a sought-after choice for succulent enthusiasts, adding a touch of uniqueness to gardens, containers, and indoor spaces.
  • Medicinal: In some traditional systems of medicine, extracts from Bryophyllum species are used for their potential medicinal properties, although caution should be exercised due to variability in species and potency.
  • Culinary: The Bryophyllum is not commonly used in cooking.

Elevate your succulent collection with the Bryophyllum, Panfuti Plant in a convenient grow bag. Order yours today and enjoy the unique beauty and intrigue it brings to your environment!

Fun Facts

Panfuti: The Unconventional Wonder of Bryophyllum

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Panfuti in a Bag: Bryophyllum's Portable Charm

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Cultivating Panfuti: A Botanical Adventure

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What is a Bryophyllum, specifically the Panfuti Plant in a Grow Bag, and how do I care for it?

The Bryophyllum, commonly known as the Panfuti Plant, is a unique succulent with the remarkable ability to propagate from its leaves. To care for it in a Grow Bag, provide well-draining soil, bright indirect sunlight, and water sparingly, allowing the soil to dry out between waterings.

Can I grow Bryophyllum Panfuti indoors in India?

Yes, Bryophyllum Panfuti is an excellent choice for indoor cultivation in India. It adapts well to indoor conditions, making it a popular houseplant.

What type of soil is ideal for Bryophyllum Panfuti in a Grow Bag?

Bryophyllum Panfuti thrives in well-draining soil. You can use a cactus or succulent mix or create a blend with regular potting soil, perlite, or sand to enhance drainage.

How often should I water my Panfuti Plant in a Grow Bag?

Water your Panfuti Plant sparingly. Allow the soil to dry out entirely between waterings, typically every 2-3 weeks. Reduce watering during the dormant winter months.

Is fertilization necessary for this plant?

Fertilization is not frequently required for Bryophyllum Panfuti. Feed it with a diluted, balanced liquid fertilizer every 2-3 months during the growing season (spring and summer) for optimal growth.

Can I prune or trim my Bryophyllum Panfuti?

Pruning is generally not necessary for Panfuti, but you can trim back leggy or overgrown stems to maintain its shape. The trimmed leaves can even be used for propagation.

Are there common pests or diseases that affect Bryophyllum Panfuti?

Bryophyllum Panfuti is relatively pest-resistant. However, watch out for mealybugs or aphids. Treat infestations with neem oil or insecticidal soap if needed.

Can I propagate Bryophyllum Panfuti from its leaves?

Absolutely! Bryophyllum Panfuti is known for its remarkable leaf propagation. Simply place a healthy leaf on well-draining soil, and it will develop roots and grow into a new plant.

How long does it take for Bryophyllum Panfuti to bloom?

Bryophyllum Panfuti produces small, tubular flowers in the right conditions. Blooming time can vary, but it usually occurs during the growing season.

What is the ideal temperature range for Panfuti?

Panfuti prefers temperatures between 60°F to 80°F (15°C to 27°C). Protect it from extreme cold and frost.

Can I place my Bryophyllum Panfuti in low-light conditions?

While it can tolerate lower light levels, Bryophyllum Panfuti thrives in bright indirect sunlight. For optimal growth and leaf color, provide moderate indirect light.

How do I prevent overwatering and ensure proper drainage in a Grow Bag?

To prevent overwatering, always use well-draining soil and allow the soil to dry out completely between waterings. Ensure the Grow Bag has drainage holes to prevent water accumulation and root rot.



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