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euonymus (evonimus) / euonymus

Belongs to the family of Eskolet.

General Description : There are several types, among them the most popular.

Euonymus japonica (Euonymus Japanese). This is a bushy plant with ovoid leathery leaves. The leaves are green or motley (with white or yellow stripes or spots). Late spring blooms small white flowers. Later flowering forms a bright box of fruit.

There is a more compact form of Euonymus japonica microphyllus.

Euonymus - the plant is quite unpretentious, easily divorced in room conditions.

In the spring it is useful to carry out the pinching and pruning.

Recommendations for the care of the plant Euonymus:

Illumination : Green eosklety need a bright but diffused light, but variegated direct sunlight will not harm.

Irrigation mode : Abundant during growth, moderate in winter.

Humidity : Requires regular spraying and washing in the shower.

In winter, in a well heated place, it is allowed to put on a tray with water.

In the summer it is better to place a fresh atmosphere (in the park or on the balcony) in the shaded room.

Temperature mode : In the summer, the temperature should be moderate, in the winter cool. In a warm place in the winter can lose leaves.

Soil : Recommended soil hash: 3 sod, 1 share of leafy soil, 1 share of humus and 1/2 elements of sand.

In the period of growth needs regular fertilizing complex fertilizers.

Breeding : Stem cuttings root easily in spring and summer. In the summer, seeds are also sown.

Transplant : Every year in spring.

Pests: Affected by spider mites (in a dry atmosphere, leaves and stalks are woven over with spiderwebs), shield-shields (brown plaques appear on leaves and stalks, which leave sticky secretions), scarlet flat mites (bright spots appear on the leaves).

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

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