hamedorea / chamaedorea
Refers to the family of arech (palm). Fatherland is Central America.
General description : Hamedoraea is a palm tree, which is easy to grow in indoor conditions. It grows up to 1 m, grows slowly, blooms at any time of the year from a young age. Refers to cane-like palms.
Usually in the indoor setting the following species are bred:
Chamaedorea seifrizii (Zeyfritsa) owns stems similar to reeds and dark green narrow leaves.
Chamaedorea erumpens (Hamedorea bursting) is characterized by wide and long dark green leaves.
Chamaedorea concolor (Hamedoraea monochrome) . This bushy plant with thin and long leaves and yellow flowers. The most unpretentious of the hoodores.
Chamaedorea ernesti-augusti (Hamedoriene Ernest-Augustus) . She has a solitary trunk and one-piece, bifurcated leaves. It is distinguished by the education of light roots.
Recommendations for the care of the plant Hamedora:
Illumination : Scattered light or partial shade.
Irrigation regime : Abundant during growth, moderate in winter.
Humidity : Needs regular spraying.
Temperature regime : Moderate, in winter it is not lower than 12 ° С.
Soil : Recommended soil mishmash: 2 elements of light clayey-sod, 2 elements humus-leaf, 1 share of peat, 1 share of overgrown manure, 1 share of sand. You can add charcoal and brick chips.
During the growth period, it needs fertilizing once a 2 weeks with liquid complex fertilizers.
Breeding : When seeds are heated, seeds are germinated. Similar to root offspring.
Transplantation : Transplanted in the spring, at what time the pot is made tight (the roots begin to germinate through the drainage holes).
Pests : Affected by a spider mite (in a dry atmosphere, leaves and stems are braided with cobwebs), scabbards (brown plaques appear on the leaves and stems, leaving sticky excretions), mealybugs (covered with snow-white cotton wool).
The plant is allowed to help finish with a soap solution, warm rinsing and spraying with an actellite (1-2 ml per liter of water).
hamedorea elegant - chamaedorea elegans
hamedoroya ernesta-august - chamaedorea ernesti-augusti