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corinocarpus / corynocarpus

Homeland - New Zealand.

General description : Corinocarpus is an evergreen shrub 1.5–2 m high. Leaves leathery, on long cuttings, elongated oval. White flowers, low-key.

Corinocarpus rather unpretentious plant.

Recommendations for the care of the plant Corinocarpus:

Illumination : Light-lovingly, in a warm time of the year they prefer diffused light, in winter direct sun rays are useful, it is better to keep closer to the south windows.

Irrigation mode : Abundant during growth, moderate in winter.

Humidity : Loves high humidity, need frequent spraying.

Humidity is similarly maintained by placing the pots on a tray with pebbles or expanded clay, which is constantly wetted.

Loves the fresh atmosphere, but without drafts.

Temperature : Moderate, cool in winter at a temperature of 8-10 ° C.

Soil : Requires benign drainage. You can add petty gravel or expanded clay.

Recommended soil mash: 3 elements of sod land, 2 elements of peat land and 1 fraction of sand.

In the period of growth it needs regular supplements 1 time every 2 weeks with liquid complex mineral fertilizers.

Breeding : Apical cuttings are rooted in spring and summer.

Transplant : In spring, young plants annually, mature once a couple years.

Pests : Most often affected by shields (brown leaves on leaves and stems, which leave sticky secretions), spider mites (in a dry atmosphere, leaves and stalks are woven with spiderwebs).

The plant is allowed to help trimming with soapy water, warm washing and spraying actellic (1-2 ml per liter of water).

Corinocarpus - Corynocarpus

Corinocarpus - Corynocarpus