Adiantum / Adiantum
It belongs to the family of ferns.
General Description: Very beautiful plant. The leaves are light green, yellow-green or light red, openwork. Very thin and tough cuttings.
Capricious and difficult for successful breeding in indoor conditions.
Recommendations for the care of the plant Adiantum:
Illumination: It does not tolerate direct sunlight, it is better to put next to the window, but not on the windowsill. In the shading fades.
Watering Mode: Adiantum is poured over with soft, settled water at room temperature. The roots should not dry out in any way, but overflow is destructive, and water does not hit the leaves at all, therefore the recommended means of irrigation is to lower the pot into a container with water. In general, it is ideal to place the pot on a spacious pallet with gravel or expanded clay and pour water in the pot and in the pan.
Humidity of the atmosphere: Demands high humidity, especially if the temperature is above 25 ° C. It is impossible to own close the radiator. It is necessary to spray the water near the plant and wield it on a wet pan.
Temperature conditions: Optimally in the summer of 20 ° C, in the winter of 15 ° C. Does not take out drafts and hypothermia.
Soil: Good drainage is required. Slightly acidic soil. Recommended soil mash: 2 elements of peat land, 1 share leaf, 1/2 elements of humus, 1 share of sand. Top dressing in growth period once a moon. Apply mineral fertilizers without lime in half of the usual cases of servings. Proudly do not overfeed the plant.
Breeding: Chosen as adiant agent - crushing bushes.
Transplant: It is necessary to repot every year, as if the pot is forced to respond to an earthen coma, extremely spacious pots are not at all desirable.
Pests: Do not tolerate organic pest control. Therefore, when spider mites or aphids appear, it is very careful to clean the adiantum with a soft brush and wash under a weak, warm shower. If you still can not do without toxic chemicals, use them carefully and carefully wash the leaves with warm water. Do not forget to keep the humidity in place.
Adiantum - Adiantum