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Syngonium Goose foot plant

A beautiful plant with fast and ascending growth

Irrigation: Needs two to three times a week in summer and once a week in winter. However, depending on the environmental conditions in which the plant lives, it is better to check the soil for drought every few days and irrigate accordingly. Water spray on the leaves, especially in summer, makes the plant fresh and grows better.

Light: This plant loves soft light. Intense light burns the leaves of the plant. The light shade of the windows is a good place to keep this plant.

Propagation: Syngonium propagation is very simple. It is enough to separate the stem cuttings from the main plant and keep it in water until it takes root. Then move it to the ground.

Soil: A mixture of peat and compost

Feeding: special fertilizer half the recommended amount in spring and summer, every three weeks. Syngonium is a beautiful plant with fast and ascending growth

Moses in the cradle

Light: It likes soft sunlight but not direct light (leave it at a distance from the south window so that too much light does not burn its leaves) Irrigation: Excessive irrigation spoils it, so do not water it until the soil is dry.
Be careful not to go outside in winter and not in summer in summer.

Propagation: Propagated by cuttings.

Gives beautiful flowers that form inside a boat-shaped leaf, which is why it is called Moses in the cradle. The cradle in Moses is a beautiful apartment flower and plant.

Jade Plant portulaca crassula

Irrigation: Excessive irrigation rots the roots of this plant. Needs water twice a week for hot days. Be sure to check the depth of soil moisture before watering.
Light: This plant loves light. It tolerates direct sunlight and in this condition produces thicker stems and more leaves. But it is also compatible with low light. The best place to keep this plant is in the south window apartment.

Propagation: One of the ways to propagate this plant is to cut off one of its young stems. Select a stem 6 to 7 cm long, remove the lower leaves and place the branch in the soil. Reduce watering in the first days. This plant is also propagated by seeds and leaves.

Soil: light, a mixture of garden soil, leaf soil and sand

Feeding: Complete fertilizer in spring, summer and autumn every month. Crassula is a light-loving portulaca
Evergreen plant, with slow growth and in two types of green and blue
Irrigation: Schefflera tolerates soil drought. Two to three waterings in the summer weeks and once in the winter are recommended for this plant. Spraying, especially on hot summer days, increases the moisture and freshness of the plant.

Light: This plant likes moderate light. Loves indirect light however is also relatively resistant to shade. Low light causes the leaves to turn yellow and in the abscess type, the leaves lose their color.

Propagation: Propagation of this plant is by cuttings and it is a little difficult to do at home.

How to maintain and cultivate plants, maintenance and reproduction of houseplants

Shufflera is an evergreen plant, with slow growth and in two types of green and blue. A plant with a variety of shapes and colors. Irrigation: The soil of this plant should always be moist. Dehydration withers the stems and leaves of this plant.
Light: This plant needs a lot of light. High light makes it stronger and more colorful. If not enough light reaches the plant, its leaves turn full green and grow grassy and lose their beauty.

Propagation: This is a plant that can be propagated easily. In all seasons, the stems of the plant can be separated and rooted in water. Even this plant can grow fully in water.
This plant grows fast, so that this plant does not lose its beauty, always try to prune it and cut the tips of the stems.

Flowers and plants at home, tips for keeping houseplants. For the beauty of the flower, always prune it and cut the tips of the stems.

Tips for maintaining Diphenbakhia

First, when you buy it and move it, it is very sensitive to movement and a few of its leaves turn yellow, which is normal. Light: A lot of light from behind the glass and proper irrigation is very important for it.
Place it next to the skylight and do not move it at all and do not change the pot until it leaves, (if the light is low, the leaves will become lethargic).

Irrigation: Diphenbakhia should not be irrigated until the soil is dry, otherwise the lower leaves will turn yellow. Temperature: Do not sunbathe, do not let the winter get cold. Clean the leaves every month with a little greasy milk and lukewarm water. Diphenbachia is one of the most poisonous houseplants

Norfolk Island Pine

Training to grow strawberries in pots
Solve the problem of abnormal growth of bamboo flower leaves.  Light: Soft light by the window.  Irrigation: twice a week in summer and once every 7 to 10 days in winter / daily leaf spray. Soil: Compost, a mixture of two parts sand and three parts leaf soil. Fertilization: 2 grams per liter of ammonium sulfate, once every three weeks from April to September.

Propagation: Seed sowing from mid-spring to early summer with hard propagation.

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