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Photo of nolina bent, long-leaved, Lindemeira, matapskaya

Photo of nolina bent, long-leaved, Lindemeira, matapskaya


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Briefly about leaving

Nolina needs bright lighting, but the plant should not be placed in direct sunlight; additional fluorescent lighting may be required in winter. In the summer, the temperature is suitable for room temperature, and in winter, during the dormant period, it is necessary to keep it at a temperature of about 12 degrees above zero. Water the nolina with settled water after the earth is completely dry, but watered abundantly, and during the dormant period, watering can be stopped altogether. Air humidity is not important when growing nolina.

Top dressing is carried out only in summer and spring with an interval of 20 days. From autumn, Nolina retires until spring, at which time the plant is not watered, the temperature is maintained at 12 degrees, and a lot of bright light is provided. Plants up to the age of three are transplanted every year, and older specimens of nolina are transplanted every three years. The plant is not pruned, but only old dried leaves are removed. Propagated by nolina or lateral shoots or seeds in March-April.

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Photos of popular species

Nolina bent, long-leaved, Lindemeira, Matapskaya.

In the photo: Nolina lindheimeriana / Nolina Lindemeira

In the photo: Nolina lindheimeriana / Nolina Lindemeira

In the photo: Nolina longifolia / long-leaved nolina

In the photo: Nolina longifolia / long-leaved nolina

In the photo: Nolina matapensis / nolina matapskaya

In the photo: Nolina recurvata / nolina bent

In the photo: Nolina recurvata / nolina bent

In the photo: Nolina recurvata / nolina bent

In the photo: Nolina recurvata / nolina bent

Literature

  1. Read the topic on Wikipedia
  2. Features and other plants of the family Asparagus
  3. List of all species on The Plant List
  4. More information on World Flora Online
  5. Indoor Plants Information

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