At what temperature in winter is it best to contain pedilanthus? And how often to turn on the lighting?
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Answered 15 December 2014 18:52
Oh, my pedilanthus is growing at home! In general, he seems to be very thermophilic. In autumn and winter, in order not to shed the leaves, the temperature should be somewhere between 16-18 degrees. I turned yellow all over, I don’t know why, maybe I stood right above the frying battery :( At the expense of lighting - it should be good. However, it must be protected from direct sunlight. Pedilanthus needs a bright diffused light. In winter, it is better to create additional lighting (put a table llama next to it, just to not directly on the leaves of the luminary, or else it will burn) If there is not enough light, the leaves will fade and start falling out. In winter, less, and no need to spray.