Decorative foliage - Ginura.

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  • Ginura.

    Decorative foliage - Ginura

    Ginura Gynura.

    The family Asteraceae. Homeland tropical Africa, Fr. Madagascar, East and South Asia. In nature, there are about 100 species. As houseplants have spread only two species. Ginura orange Gynura aurantiaca - is a perennial herb with erect, well-branching stems, reaches a height of 50-90 cm Leaves once located, ovoid, with a serrated edge, up to 15 cm long. The stem and leaves are covered with tiny hairs purple in bright light the entire plant looks purple. The flowers are small, gathered in clusters baskets orange.

    Ginura pletenosnaya Gynura sarmentosa - this plant is very similar to the previous view. However, his drooping stems, the plant reaches a height of 60 cm, the leaves are smaller - up to 7 cm long. Temperature: In summer the usual, but preferably not above 22 ° C, or the plant put on the tray with water. Winter ginury thrive at 16-18 ° C, at least 15 ° C.

    Lighting: Ginury very light-requiring, they need full sunlight. Watering: During the summer plants are watered abundantly, moderate winters, the soil should not dry up completely. Humidity: Ginury love moist air, so they can be placed on large trays with water or spray from time to time, just at the wrong time, when the sun shines on the plant.

    Fertilizer: Every year from May to September every three - four weeks, fed a liquid complex fertilizer for houseplants. Transplant: transplant ginury annually. Soil - 1 part clay and sod, 1 part leaf, 1 part humus, 1 part peat and 1 / 2 of a major river sand. Reproduction: ginura well cuttings and propagated in the spring and summer.

    And ginuru pletenosnuyu ginuru and orange can be grown as ampelnoe plant in hanging baskets or pots. Topping the growing shoots in spring can be achieved more lush and bushy shape. Ginura quite unpretentious and easy spring blooming little yellow flowers that have an unpleasant odor. Therefore, flowers are a better pick.

    Ginura fast-growing plant and will soon izrastaetsya, so it is recommended every two years or when the stalks begin to denude rejuvenate. For this plant is fully trimmed and cut stems with leaves very best cuttings, which, after rooting put it all together in the same pot in new soil. Ginura generally undemanding plant, but may suffer from lack of light, especially in winter. In this case, it stems elongated, leaf color is dark green, the leaves are shrinking.

     








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