Pianta Pereskia jar 7cm

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Generalities Pereskia plant:

Plants of the Pereskia genus belong to the large family of Cactaceae, originating in Central America. Very often these plants are not recognized as succulents due to the fact that they have normal leaves and their appearance does not remember them. In fact, more than resembling a cactus, they are similar to roses, in particular to dog rose. They are plants with a shrubby, erect or climbing habit, with thorny stems, mostly oval leaves, leathery, petiolate and equipped with areolas that carry tufts of robust thorns. The flowers are large and often fragrant and produce edible fruits.

Online Sale Pereskia Plant, available in the following formats:

  • jar 7cm, height 5/15cm

Online Sale Pereskia Plant, available in the following formats:

jar 7cm, height 5/15cm

Generalities Pereskia plant:

Plants of the Pereskia genus belong to the large family of Cactaceae, originating in Central America. Very often these plants are not recognized as succulents due to the fact that they have normal leaves and their appearance does not remember them. In fact, more than resembling a cactus, they are similar to roses, in particular to dog rose. They are plants with a shrubby, erect or climbing habit, with thorny stems, mostly oval leaves, leathery, petiolate and equipped with areolas that carry tufts of robust thorns. In October it produces panicles of yellow, pink or white flowers, with intensely scented yellow-orange stamens. and they produce edible fruits.

Cultivation and Care Pereskia Plant:

Cultivation and Care Pereskia Plant Pereskia are not difficult to grow plants and can be grown both in the apartment and outdoors, where temperatures allow. They love the light and the sun especially during the flowering phase. If planted outdoors, the ideal is to place them in a position where they receive the sun, but not in the hottest hours of the day which could burn the leaves. They have no major problems of maximum temperature but the minimum must not drop below 5 ° C. They are plants that love the air so if you raise them in the apartment, ensure a good change. During the spring-summer period the watering of Pereskia must be abundant but without leaving the soil soaked it is also important that it is dry on the surface before proceeding with the subsequent irrigation. During the autumn-winter period the irrigations must be very reduced in order to have the soil almost dry. Avoid leaving stagnant water in the saucer as water stagnation is in no way tolerated.

Irrigation
Less Frequent
Exposure
Sunny
Plant Development
Fast
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