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Christmas Tree

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Botanical name:-  Araucaria heterophylla.

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Scientific nameAraucaria heterophylla
Common nameChristmas tree
Temperature requirement25-35 °C
Humidity40-50%
LightFull sun (6 or more hours of direct sunlight a day)
WateringWater everyday &keep moist
Pests scale, sooty mold
Pet friendlinessToxic to pets.
Maximum Plant height1800-2400cm
Potting mixPotting soil/red soil/manure/perlite
Pot requirementGood drainage&repot every 1-2 years
NutritionApply manure for first 15 days and npk for next 15 days
Pruning/trainingRemove dead & diseased leaves with sterile shears
DescriptionAs an indoor plant, it is a small evergreen with saber-like leaves that turn inward in an overlapping herringbone pattern on tiered branches. Indoors it prefers a bright, cool room (55-65 degrees f) and will reach heights of 9 feet. Use fertile, porous, sandy, peaty, slightly acidic, well-drained potting soil. Full sun is normally best for developing compact symmetrical growth, but light afternoon shade may be needed to avoid possible foliage bleach (yellow tints). As a houseplant it usually adapts to the warm, dry atmosphere found in most offices and homes. Browning is very normal for the araucaria heterophylla as an indoor potted plant. In case you find brown branches all over the tree, it is the indication that you are not watering your plant properly. Either the plant is under-watered or over-watered. Thus, you need to take effective care steps and use the watering process as per the recommendations. Also, it can also be the sign of lack of humidity, and so you need to first evaluate the reason for browning. Then take essential steps, required for the araucaria heterophylla as indoor potted plant care.

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1.2M-1.5M, 2M-2.5M, 100cm-120cm, 900cm-1000cm

Pots Type

Ceremic, Concrete

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