Apartment plants

Evergreen pot plants

Care of evergreen pot plants

The radiant evergreen plants are those that, unlike deciduous or deciduous, do not lose their leaves during the autumn and during the cold winter months. They are almost always woody, in fact they take part of them the bushes, the trees and the common shrubs. Usually the leaves fall only for renewal, this happens when the new buds are formed. In fact, the leaves in the plant are functional even for several years, as they do not suffer from winter frost and drought during the scorching heat of summer. These lush plants, in fact, are often found where the cold climate is present at high altitude, or where the climate is warm. At the beginning of spring, especially the houseplants begin to put new buds, when this happens the panthees need careful treatments with fertilizers. As soon as the plants begin to put the new shoots, in fact, it is necessary to immediately take steps to increase the watering, since, with the increase in temperatures, the water will tend to evaporate. The houseplants need to supplement the nourishment, useful for promoting the growth of new shoots. During the spring transplants can also be performed, but be careful not all plants in that period can withstand the movement, better inquire first. When there are now withered flowers remember to remove them regularly, in this way you will avoid some pathologies such as the common rottenness, in spring for a correct cure, it is advised to remove the dust that was formed in the long winter months. Be careful not to use detergents, always better to use a simple sponge soaked in warm water for the larger leaves, while the smaller ones can simply be sprayed with a vaporizer. Also remember not to put plants with wet leaves in the sun, as the plant could get sunburned.

Potos belongs to the Aracee, it is a very resistant plant. This radiant plant reaches up to eight meters in height when cultivated outside, while in the apartment it reaches two meters in height. Multiplication can take place both on land and in water, always by cutting. The Potos does not have climatic requirements, in fact, it manages to adapt to any environment, the only thing that cannot stand are the air currents, for this reason it is advisable to keep it sheltered during the cold months. During the hot season, it needs frequent watering about every 2 or 3 days at the most.
Aralia, a perennial shrub that is part of the Araliaceae. This plant can be grown both indoors and outdoors as well as in pots or on the ground. In just one year its size can even double, this evergreen is a shrub that bears cold well even if its ideal temperature fluctuates around 12 ° c 13 ° c. Moreover, it loves the light of the sun but does not bear the direct rays, during the summer the Aralia needs frequent watering. The repotting is to be carried out at the beginning of spring, transferring the plant into a larger vessel than the previous one.
La Kenzia is a plant belonging to the Palmae. This evergreen plant is suitable for decorating apartments, while when grown outdoors it reaches up to 20 meters in height. The Kenzia absolutely does not bear the direct sun, and the wind also needs regular and well-dosed watering, as it fears water stagnation very much, when watering it must be very careful not to wet the trunk and stems. incur the annoying rot. This decorative plant can be struck by the annoying little red spider, which makes the green and lush leaves turn yellow, if this should happen better to use specific products immediately. Also the cochineal can go to threaten the leaves, but in this case you can resort to washing the leaves with soap which will then be rinsed or with a cotton pad soaked in alcohol.

Our beautiful evergreen pot plants are divided into two main types, those that suffer from the cold and those that do not have problems and can stay outside in the garden or on the terrace even during the winter season. Plants that do not suffer from the cold, such as cypresses and pinaceae, leave without problems and except for strong and sudden frosts, they almost always spend the winter without problems. The broad-leafed evergreens, on the other hand, such as some famous houseplants such as ficus, potos or kentia, are plants to which we must pay close attention as soon as the first cold arrives.
When the temperature drops, these plants should be promptly sheltered and taken inside the house or in a heated greenhouse. The non-woven fabric that is sometimes used for lemons and plants such as cycads for some plants may be insufficient and in any case is not an equally valid solution to protect them. For the positioning of evergreen plants we choose a bright area away from cold currents, which allows the plant to receive so much light without suffering from sudden and dangerous temperature changes.