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How to care for Ming Aralia

Ming Aralia

This beautiful desktop plant over here is Ming Aralia, Belonging to the family Araliaceae, this evergreen foliage plant is native to India and categorized under shrubs and bushes. Scientific name is Polyscias fruticosa. Some botanists consider ming aralia as a dwarf tree, especially because of its variable height.

Commercial propagation of this shrub is done by stem cuttings, root cuttings, and air-layering.

Small inconspicuous flowers are developed in summer. As for caring for the plant, it is an outstanding decorative houseplant that requires minimal maintenance. It can be planted in different types of soil, as long as the soil is loose, well-drained, and rich in nutrients.

As this houseplant cannot tolerate either waterlogged or dry soil. For preparing the soil mixture on your own, add one part each of garden soil, humus, and perlite (or coarse sand). Make to spread a little amount of lime dust to neutralise soil acidity.

You can place this houseplant on a window pane, which receives sunlight. In case, you are living in a cold climatic region, use artificial light occasionally, particularly during the winter months.

If you notice the leaves turning yellow and falling, try to change the atmosphere around from medium to high humidity level is ideal for maintaining ming aralia as a houseplant.

If you’re transplanting, take special care so that the delicate roots are not damaged. Loose soil around the main stem and take the plant out along with adhering soil. As the roots are not so extensive, you can replant them in another pot of the same size as the current one.

How to care for Syngonium Dwarf

Syngonium Dwarf

Syngonium Podophyllum is a simple, elegant and versatile houseplant. A plant with amazing foliage and a variety of variegation on the leaves which start out arrow-shaped.

Water less often in winter, soil should be evenly moist when watering, wait for soil to dry a little before watering again.
It is very important to fertilize monthly using a balanced fertilizer.
Bright light but no direct sun.

Best grown in temperatures ranging from 60 to 75 F (16 to 24 C)

The Valentine Hoya-Care

Its thick, succulent, heart-shaped leaves. Like other Hoya varieties, sweetheart hoya plant is a stunning, low-maintenance indoor plant.
A quirky Valentine’s Day gift with a single 5-inch leaf planted upright in a small pot.
Valentine hoya tolerates relatively low light, but not full shade. However, the plant performs best and is more likely to bloom in bright or indirect sunlight. Room temperatures should be maintained between 60 deg. and 80 deg. F. or 15 and 26deg. C

Most breeder will not tell you but sweetheart hoya is a light feeder and requires little fertilizer. A light solution of balanced, water-soluble houseplant fertilizer mixed at a rate of ¼ teaspoon in a gallon of water is plenty. Feed the plant once a month during the growing season and discontinue feeding in winter.

How to care for succulents?

These green babies are very low maintenance and low on feed. Succulents need good draining soil. If it’s in a garden, ensure the area drains well and is not in a low spot that would stay wet. If it’s a container get some grainy cactus soil or incorporate sand, gravel for better drainage. The container should have a drainage hole or put crushed rock on the bottom before your planting medium.

They at least need half a day to a full day of sunlight. In hot areas which are extreme in weather, some afternoon shade is always recommended.
Succulents need no fertilizer to very little fertilizer. Watering with a well balanced fertilizer once a month will be all they need.

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