Thunbergia Plant Vaso 7cm

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Generalities Thunbergia plant:

Thunbergia is a climbing plant that can be used both in the garden as a single plant, or on balconies and terraces in a pot with a back. It is an evergreen plant with a climbing habit formed by numerous stems that in adult specimens reach heights greater than 5 meters. The bright green leaves are simple, opposite and with slightly toothed margins. Thunbergia are plants that are easy to grow and love bright places but not direct sunlight because they could burn the leaves. It fears the cold and already at 10 ° C it is advisable to protect it in a greenhouse.  

Online Sale Thunbergia Plant, available in the following formats :

  • jar 7cm, height 5/15cm

Online Sale Thunbergia Plant, available in the following formats:

  • jar 7cm, height 5/15cm

Generalities Thunbergia plant:

Thunbergia is a climbing plant that can be used both in the garden as a single plant, or on balconies and terraces in a pot with a back. It is an evergreen plant with a climbing habit formed by numerous stems that in adult specimens reach heights greater than 5 meters. The bright green leaves are simple, opposite and with slightly toothed margins. Thunbergia are plants that are easy to grow and love bright places but not direct sunlight because they could burn the leaves. It fears the cold and already at 10 ° C it is advisable to protect it in a greenhouse. During the summer, the plants are filled with pretty yellow-orange flowers, very showy.

Cultivation and Plant Care Thunbergia:

Thunbergia is a low maintenance plant. It needs a lot of sun, but not in the hottest hours of the summer afternoons: therefore it would be better to shade it with a net or a tree. It fears the cold and already at 10 ° C it is advisable to protect it in a greenhouse. This characteristic means that in the regions of northern Italy Thunbergia is often grown as an annual plant or as an indoor plant, while in regions with a milder climate it is also grown in the garden. To protect Thunbergia in winter, we can keep it in a cold greenhouse or at home, after pruning the branches that hold it clinging to the brace. During the warmer period, from May to October, it must be watered regularly and moderately. During the rest of the year, it is better to thin out the interventions, especially for plants grown in the garden in the open ground. For pot-grown plants, water if you see dry soil. To obtain a more luxuriant flowering, it must be fertilized every two weeks from May to September, with a liquid fertilizer for flowering plants to be mixed in the water for irrigation. If it is grown in a pot, the container must be changed every two years, taking care to choose a slightly larger pot. The best time for repotting is in March.

Irrigation
Less Frequent
Exposure
Sunny
Plant Development
Fast
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