- - humus;
- - sand;
- - peat;
- - ground sheet;
- - turf ground;
- - charcoal.
Tip 2: How to care for palm
Palma - a fairly undemanding plant, care for them is simple, so it is often found in homes and in public institutions.However, absolutely no attention to any one plant will not do, so you need to know how to take care of a palm tree.
In nature, trees usually grow in tropical or subtropical climates, often in close proximity to the sea coast.Houses palm should be placed in a bright location with plenty of fresh air.In winter, of course, the palm can only indoors, but in summer it is recommended to move into the open air - on the balcony, garden, etc.In particularly hot days, it is put in the shade or create artificial shade over it.Palm trees do not tolerate drought, so you need to maintain a sufficient degree of moist air.To this end, next to a palm tree, you can put a water tank, but you can take advantage of special humidifiers.
soil for palms should not be waterlogged in summer it is moistened in a day, in winter once a week.When excessive moisture root of palm and base of the stem will rot.Summer should be added to the soil of flower or a weak solution of organic fertilizer once every two weeks.In practice, that's all you need to do to take care of a palm tree.
young palms are transplanted each year (spring and autumn), adult plant can be transplanted every two to three years.For the transplant to prepare a special soil mix: it includes two parts sod land, two parts leaf, one part humus and one part sand.
Reproduction palm trees in the indoor environment is extremely difficult, as the germination requires a constant heating of the soil and high humidity.
- palm cultivation at home