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Dieffenbachia Camilla (Difenbahya)

Difenbahya As in Latin, this very ostentatious plant, known as Difenbahya, can last as long as 2 m. Its motherland is South America, Brazil and Colombia. There are about 300 species in nature. It requires 20-25 degrees in summer and 15-18 degrees in winter. At lower temperatures, turn the leaves to the bottom. The leaves are sweeter than they are wide. For this reason, it demands high humidity, 80-85% relative humidity. Semi shadows and shadows should be kept in the places, even though the curtains should not be exposed to sunlight. Extreme shoots in April-June are 8-10 cm. And cut in the same volume in the same amount of peat moss and sand mixture is planted in the rooting environment. To reduce the evaporation from the leaves, carefully fold the leaves in a roll-like manner so that the leaves are not broken, and they are connected with a raffia. In addition, the leaves are often sprayed with water to prevent fading. The temperature of the environment should be 20-25 degrees. Since the plant is a rapidly growing plant with large leaves, the plant must be changed every March. In the development period, 1.5-2 grams of a compound fertilizer is distributed in a pot of 8-10 cm per liter of water. It is watered with plenty of water during the growing period, ie from March to September. In addition, the leaves are sprayed with water. It will be useful to spray water twice a day when the weather is dry. Irrigation is reduced in winter months. It is sufficient to keep the potted soil slightly moist. Difenbahya grows very quickly because it grows too much, and the plants whose lower leaves have been dumped are strongly pruned during february-March. The litter is cut from a sleeping eye to allow for the development of a new plant, which can also be regarded as a body and shovel steel.