Pandarus are a tree from the tropic. They grow inland near water sources and can grow upto 18 feet in height. The spread of the plant will be large as well. This tree requires very less care and can survive in less water. But too much cold can affect the tree. They can be kept as a house plant or in the garden. They can survive in all places. The fruits are dark orange in color and look very tempting.
|Pot size||5 inches|
|Plant height||1 feet|
|Plant spread||6 inches|
Plant care best practices
The plant can be put in full sun and it will not bother. The plant is hardy by all standards. Also, very few insects attack the plant. So, its resistant to them as well. Maintaining watering frequency properly and fertigation is all needed to make the plant grow.
Once the plant is received, kindly unpack and leave the plant in the balcony / open space for 2 days. Kindly water the plant if the top soil is dry. Change of the container shall be done only after a few days.
Planting medium needs
A well drained soil with good fertilizer is needed.
Once the top soil is dry, water the plant. Do not overwater the plant. Once a week is good.
Medium to High. Avoid extreme cold weather.
Once every month with organic fertilizer.
Pests : Use neem oil when seen.
Root rot : Dry the roots properly after watering.
Burnt leaves : Exposure to too much sunlight.