Plant care best practices
They are good and hardy plants. A native of South and North America, these plants have many species and types. They can be vines, trees or shrubs. The plant thrives well in warm weather. They can be planted in full sun or partial shade as well. In both the conditions, they perform well. They are very rapid growers and grow fast to cover all the support. They love to have water and need to be given adequate quantities every few days when the soil is dry. Overwatering can cause problems to the plant. Organic fertilizer needs to be applied once every month to keep them growing fast. Once established, they do not need much care and regular watering and fertilizers are needed.
|Pot size||5 inches|
|Plant height||0.5 feet|
|Plant spread||0.5 feet|
Once received, keep the plant in an open space where there is full sunlight and good air.
Full, partial sun
Planting medium needs
The soil needs to be well drained and mix of organic fertilizers.
Once every week during summers. Once in 2 weeks in winter. Deep irrigation is needed.
Medium to High. Avoid extreme cold weather.
Once every month with organic fertilizer.
Overwatering : Root rot can happen. Check the watering frequency
Mealybugs : If seen, isolate the plant and apply neemoil.
Burnt leaves : Exposure to too much sunlight.