These plants are in need of love and care, and we are selling them from 1 - 5 EUR. Money raised through selling these will go to our charity project "Tiny Baby Node", to buy more thread to knit sets for prematurely born babies.
If you are looking to bring the tropics into your home, look no further. With its large extravagant flowers and long leaves, it gives your interior an exotic look. You will enjoy in addition to the beautiful pink tulip-shaped blooms, small violet flowers emerge from the bracts. Native to Thailand, this tropical perennial will go dormant in winter.
- Bright indirect light.
- Water twice a week. Keep the soil lightly moist during the growing season. Use a pot with a drainage hole to prevent soggy soil, which will cause the rhizomes to rot. Beginning in autumn, decrease watering to allow the leaves to die back naturally.
- Well-drained potting mix
- Feed monthly with a 10-20-10 liquid fertilizer diluted by half while plant is growing and flowering. Stop feeding in winter.
- Deadheading isn't necessary to keep Siam Tulips blooming, but it will keep plants looking their best. Cut off any dead flower heads and dried foliage.
- Moderate to high humidity, preferably 50-70% relative humidity.
- Keep at 18-24°C during the growing season. In winter, keep dormant rhizomes cool (13°C). This tropical native won't tolerate freezing temperatures.
- Toxic to pets.
Height of the plant - 55 cm. Diameter of the pot - 15 cm. Sustee size M.