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70 cm 30 cm

Medinilla Dolce Vita XXL 10+ button Chef Fleur 3 floor

The very exclusive Medinilla is an asset to any living room. With proper care you can enjoy this beautiful plant for many months. Due to transport sensitivity, these plants are delivered in bud
Medinilla
Type
Medinilla
Height (incl. pot):
± 70 cm
Pot ⌀:
30 cm
Availability:
Currently not in stock
Article number:
CFdv3010
EAN:
8720079277357  
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Medinilla dolce vita

maintenance Medinilla

To water

The Medinilla needs little water, it is early enough to give the plant a glass of water if the leaves are slightly limp.  

Spraying

The Medinilla finds a spray turn pretty good at its time, after all the Medinilla is originally from the tropics. A spraying cycle is not necessarily necessary, but it does increase the humidity, which ultimately benefits the plant.

place of employment

Lots of light in winter, preferably direct sunlight, but no full sun in summer . This is to prevent burning of the leaves.

Temperature

Between 17 and 25 °

Nutrition

Do not feed during flowering, the plant is supplied with sufficient food upon delivery. Give food once every two weeks after flowering. Use flowering plant food from Pokon for this

Re-flowering

After flowering it is advisable to remove the old flowers to speed up the growth. The plant will then, where the flowers used to be, start making new leaves. When these have grown, it is important to cool the plant (16 to 17 ° C) to start budding in the young leaves. Note that the plant continues to need light. If the buds are clearly visible, the plant can return to the normal temperature, allowing the buds to develop further into a new splendor of flowers.

Repot

Repotting is basically possible throughout the year, but it is not advisable during the flowering period due to the fragility of the flowers.

Pruning

If the Medinilla becomes too large and you do not want to repot it, you can also choose to remove the last grown shoots. Then cut the stem at the bottom with a pair of secateurs or a sharp knife.

Increase

You can try to multiply a Medinilla yourself. You can do this by cutting off a young stem at the base. Cut the leaves to about 5 cm from the stem. By placing this stem in cutting soil and then leaving it at a temperature of 20 to 25 ° for 6 to 8 weeks, the plant will be rooted and you can place it in a pot.

Flowers

The Medinilla is known for the beautiful and large flower clusters. Nowadays the Medinillas are available almost all year round. With proper care, these can bloom for 2 to 4 months.

Diseases

Growth sugars are produced during the flowering period. This is expressed by a white rash on the leaf. These growing sugars are not harmful to the plant.

Mealybug sometimes occurs and can be controlled by spraying off the mealybug with a fairly strong jet of water. Schildluis is best treated with a pesticide. This also applies to mealybug if the water jet has no effect. Multiple treatments are then required.

Toxic

The Medinilla is non-toxic.

With a medinilla magnifica you have a special plant.

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