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Five plants for your home

most houseplants grow more or less vertically. They will upwards, up to more sunlight. But there are exceptions. In this article you can read about five diffe

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Five plants for your home

most houseplants grow more or less vertically. They will upwards, up to more sunlight. But there are exceptions.

In this article you can read about five different houseplants, so to speak, has a hanging growth. This makes them particularly suitable to hang from the ceiling. You can also place them high, e.g. top of a bookcase, so the plant can grow out over the edge. To hang the plants up allows you to accommodate more plants in your home and to decorate in new ways.

Hang you sufficient many hanging plants up in a room, it can even create a feeling that you are staying in a forest or jungle – just look at the picture at the top of the article.

the Plants are selected by Bolius’ haveekspert Jesper Carl Corfitzen. At the bottom of the article you will find his advice for how you can easily water and fertilize your indendørsplanter.

the Parachute is a versatile plant. You can have it standing in a windowsill, on a table or the like, you can hang it up, or let it grow up a lattice or net (as in the picture) and watch it swerve out and in. The plant should be placed like, but without that it gets direct sun. Let the soil dry out between vandinger.

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Hjerteranken is a delicate plant which really comes into its own if you hang it over a window sill. However, it can also dress up tremendously, if it stands on the edge of a bookshelf or the like.

The long, thin stems with heart-shaped leaves can easily be up to half a meter long, so make sure that it is the space that the plant can grow big, when you choose where you want the hanging or standing.

Hjerteranke have the best, if the stands (or hangs) in a place where there is bright and sunny. Water until the soil in the pot is dry.

A misteltenkaktus is a epifytisk plant. Ie., that in nature grow on other plants, but without to suck nourishment from them, as a true are would make. Photo: Jesper Carl Corfitzen

On the kiss-rule applies when there is talk about a misteltenkaktus, must be up to the individual homeowner to decide. But a misteltenkaktus can be used both as a general ’standing’ plant, and as hængeplante.

It flourishes best when the get well with light and allowed to dry out between vandinger.

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This slow-growing plant belongs fol.a. at home in southern Mexico. On the edges is the sunlight strong, and it is seen on the plant's leaves. They are thick and almost completely gray, something that is often seen in plants that grow where the sunlight is strong.

The most special thing about this plant is, however, that it does not grow in soil. It is a so-called luftplante, which can record everything it needs from the air. Therefore, you should not plant it in a pot, but instead attach it, for example, to a piece of wood that you like.

It lends itself brilliantly as the hængeplante, possibly. in a sammenplantning, as seen in the picture above. But there is nothing in the way of that you let the plant dress up a sofa or dining table.

Because the plant does not grow in soil, it must not be watered in the traditional manner. Instead, use an atomizer to oversprøjte plant a few a week.

the Name bladkaktus may seem a bit odd, because the plant does not produce true leaves. The green, twisted growths are actually stems that are able to photosynthesize. It does, however, not a bladkaktus to a less beautiful hængeplante.

Bladkaktus must have a lot of light to thrive. They must not overvandes, but pottejorden must be kept moist.

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make your own liquid fertilizer - how to

In the months where your houseplants are growing (march–October), recommend Jesper Carl Corfitzen, that you as a rule of thumb, water your potted plants once a week, and that you fertilize every other time you water, every other week. Keep in mind, however, that it is a rule of thumb, and some potted plants require special care to thrive.

He recommends the following method:

Take a opvaskebalje, a big pot or a similar container.Fill the container with water (and liquid plant fertilizer with micronutrients in adequate quantity every other time).Set your potted plant in the container, and let it suck the water in ca. 5-10 minutes.Tag potteplanten up and let it drain.So is it just to put the plant back in place.

This advice applies of course only if your potted plants are in a plasticpotte or similar, which you can easily pull up from the potteskjuleren.

From november to February, you must turn down the irrigation. Here it is usually enough to water every 14. day.

When a new growth period to start, towards the end of February, it is a good time to transplant houseplants, if they need it. Clear signs that a plant needs a bigger pot, is, for example, that it is not growing at the same pace as normal, and that the plant's roots grow out of the pottens bottom.

Under all circumstances you should give your plants a place fresh potting soil annually.

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