Violet and triangular oxalis (oxalis) - growing and reproduction in indoor conditions

Violet and triangular oxalis (oxalis) - growing and reproduction in indoor conditions

A few words about sour

Triangle acidMany growers derive this plant because of its bright characteristic feature: to fold and lower the leaves in overcast weather or after dusk, this can be seen well in the form below. Virtually every species has such abilities, including triangular and violet red ox.

Looking at a photo of a plant, its leaves can be compared to a swarm of butterflies perched on a dwarf bush. And as soon as the light of day touches the flower in sufficient quantity, it again dissolves its leaves. However, the flower got its amazing name due to the presence of oxalic acid in it.

Oxalis care (acid)

Pot of sour cream in the streetLooking at the photo, and even more after learning about such amazing abilities, you might think that at home the care of this plant is quite time-consuming. However, this statement is an absolute fallacy.This flower is experienced growers the same way as an ordinary garden plant. Quite often, growing tiller can be admired on the verandas or balconies of city apartments, or private houses (see photo).

Soil, lighting and optimum temperature

Potassium OxygenThe flower prefers bright but diffused light (as in the photo). This condition provides partial care and is mandatory. The plant also does not harm the penumbra, but it is detrimental to the heat-loving acidic drafts. Triangular acidosis suffers especially from them. Unpretentiously, this plant to the temperature conditions of cultivation, which facilitates care. Oxalis feels great both at room temperature and in open space conditions. However, in winter, blueberry violet, as indeed triangular, requires that the ambient temperature does not fall below + 16-18 degrees.

In summer, the flower is taken out to fresh air in pots, or planted in flower beds.

Oxygen on the windowsillIn relation to the soil, the plant is also not very demanding. Oxalis, both at home and in the open field, is able to develop perfectly on an ordinary universal store mix. If you want to prepare the substrate in person, use the following recipe.In equal parts mix:

  • sod land;
  • leaf ground;
  • peat;
  • sand.

Cooking the soil personally will ensure not only successful care, but also the confident development of a healthy specimen. In case of presence of too nutritious soil mixture, the flower will be abundantly covered with leaves and rare flowers.

Humidity and watering

Triangular acido on the floorGiven that the flower does not need to create special conditions to maintain the required level of moisture, caring for it is much easier. However, at home, oxygen requires a lot of watering in the summer. It should be noted that the water in the pot should not stagnate, under any circumstances. In this part of the care will be to avoid transfusions that adversely affect the tubers of the flower, do not tolerate constantly weeping soil.

Proper watering will consist in the fact that during the drying period of the top layer of soil immediately water the plant.
Especially sensitive to drying out of the soil or its excessive irrigation is triangle acid. Regarding the winter period, the care here will not consist in watering as such, but in the usual maintenance of the soil in a slightly damp state.

Top dressing and transplanting

Kislitsy transplantMost experienced gardeners recommend planting the plants at home during the period of active growth of the flower, and especially flowering, in order to provide the plant with proper care. Oxalis is fertilized with mineral complex fertilizers every two three weeks. Considering the frequency of feeding, it should be taken less than twice in relation to the quantity indicated on the packaging by the manufacturer.

If your flower needs to be transplanted, then it should be done only during the resting period of the flower, which falls during the cold winter months.
Adhering to the recommendations of flower growers, it is better to choose the winter months for this procedure. It is transplanted into wide flower pots, in each of which several onions or nodules of this plant are planted.

The bottom of the pot, in which triangular oxygen will grow, needs to be laid out with a drainage layer in order to provide free water for excess water to eliminate even the smallest possibility of rotting of the root system of the flower.

Rest period

Oxygen in pots on the verandaAs a rule, a large number of species of this plant in the winter rests, but without dropping the leaves. It manifests itself in the usual cessation of growth and lasts from one to one and a half months. Basically, at this time, caring for a flower at home is limited to extremely meager watering to prevent the flower’s earthen coma from drying out.

If in the autumn period oxalis sheds all leaf cover, then to correct the situation, simply reduce the intensity of irrigation with its gradual cessation.
After that, place the plant in a dry, cool place and watch the acidity. After some time, the leaves should fully grow.

Bloom

Kislitsy bloomThe uniqueness of this plant lies in the fact that you can enjoy the blooming tartar at any time of the year, providing sufficient flower coverage. To do this, after the completion of the period of its natural flowering, significantly reduce watering and rearrange the oxalis in a cool room. These actions will trigger a compulsory state of rest. After thirty days, the bulbs or tubers should be transplanted into a new earthen substrate, renewed watering, and the flower pot placed under abundant sunlight, but scattered.Flowering will resume in thirty, forty days.

Breeding oxalis

Kislitsy tubersProceeding from the type of the plant, it grows out of the foliage by bulbs, daughter tubers, leaflets or cuttings. In turn, seed reproduction in the home is not practiced, because it happens only in natural conditions. So, reproduction occurs as follows: tubers or bulbs that form around the taproot of a flower are separated from the plant (see photo) and land in the ground separately in the amount of from five to ten pieces, after which they are sprinkled with a small layer of earth. As a result, the container is placed in a not too warm place and watered from time to time. After the appearance of the first shoots, the container is rearranged closer to the light source, and after 30–40 days, the oxlita will turn into a rather lush plant.

Sprout oxalisOtherwise, reproduction occurs by cutting the cutting and placing it in a glass of water. After two, three weeks on the cut cuttings will appear small shoots from 1 to 1.5 centimeters long. When this happens the flower can be transplanted into loose soil.(see photo).After a month and a half, the first leaves will appear at his home. However, the stalk can also be rooted after the appearance of the first shoots, and the capacity in which the plant develops must be covered with transparent plastic or glass. In this case, reproduction will be as effective as in all other cases.

Diseases

Oxalis at homeAs a rule, oxygen is prone to disease in rare cases, as well as infection by parasites. In most cases, the diseases are caused by aphids, ticks, whitefly, scythosis, red bug, and red tick. In order to cure the disease, they get rid of parasites using special disinfection means that are appropriate in this situation. By providing oxalis with the necessary care, you will grow the same beautiful plant as in the photo.

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  • Violet and triangular oxalis (oxalis) - growing and reproduction in indoor conditions

    Violet and triangular oxalis (oxalis) - growing and reproduction in indoor conditions

    Violet and triangular oxalis (oxalis) - growing and reproduction in indoor conditions

    Violet and triangular oxalis (oxalis) - growing and reproduction in indoor conditions

    Violet and triangular oxalis (oxalis) - growing and reproduction in indoor conditions

    Violet and triangular oxalis (oxalis) - growing and reproduction in indoor conditions

    Violet and triangular oxalis (oxalis) - growing and reproduction in indoor conditions

    Violet and triangular oxalis (oxalis) - growing and reproduction in indoor conditions

    Violet and triangular oxalis (oxalis) - growing and reproduction in indoor conditions

    Violet and triangular oxalis (oxalis) - growing and reproduction in indoor conditions

    Violet and triangular oxalis (oxalis) - growing and reproduction in indoor conditions

    Violet and triangular oxalis (oxalis) - growing and reproduction in indoor conditions

    Violet and triangular oxalis (oxalis) - growing and reproduction in indoor conditions

    Violet and triangular oxalis (oxalis) - growing and reproduction in indoor conditions

    Violet and triangular oxalis (oxalis) - growing and reproduction in indoor conditions

    Violet and triangular oxalis (oxalis) - growing and reproduction in indoor conditions

    Violet and triangular oxalis (oxalis) - growing and reproduction in indoor conditions

    Violet and triangular oxalis (oxalis) - growing and reproduction in indoor conditions

    Violet and triangular oxalis (oxalis) - growing and reproduction in indoor conditions

    Violet and triangular oxalis (oxalis) - growing and reproduction in indoor conditions

    Violet and triangular oxalis (oxalis) - growing and reproduction in indoor conditions

    Violet and triangular oxalis (oxalis) - growing and reproduction in indoor conditions

    Violet and triangular oxalis (oxalis) - growing and reproduction in indoor conditions

    Violet and triangular oxalis (oxalis) - growing and reproduction in indoor conditions

    Violet and triangular oxalis (oxalis) - growing and reproduction in indoor conditions

    Violet and triangular oxalis (oxalis) - growing and reproduction in indoor conditions

    Violet and triangular oxalis (oxalis) - growing and reproduction in indoor conditions

    Violet and triangular oxalis (oxalis) - growing and reproduction in indoor conditions

    Violet and triangular oxalis (oxalis) - growing and reproduction in indoor conditions

    Violet and triangular oxalis (oxalis) - growing and reproduction in indoor conditions

    Violet and triangular oxalis (oxalis) - growing and reproduction in indoor conditions

    Violet and triangular oxalis (oxalis) - growing and reproduction in indoor conditions

    Violet and triangular oxalis (oxalis) - growing and reproduction in indoor conditions

    Violet and triangular oxalis (oxalis) - growing and reproduction in indoor conditions

    Violet and triangular oxalis (oxalis) - growing and reproduction in indoor conditions

    Violet and triangular oxalis (oxalis) - growing and reproduction in indoor conditions

    Violet and triangular oxalis (oxalis) - growing and reproduction in indoor conditions

    Violet and triangular oxalis (oxalis) - growing and reproduction in indoor conditions

    Violet and triangular oxalis (oxalis) - growing and reproduction in indoor conditions

    Violet and triangular oxalis (oxalis) - growing and reproduction in indoor conditions