Saintpaulia Tiamat

125,00 lei
Full description and specifications

Saintpaulia Tiamat - violets with special leaves.

African violets (Saintpaulia) are small and delicate houseplants, native to Tanzania and Kenya. They are known for their colorful and abundant flowers, which can be single, double or semi-double, in various shades of blue, purple, pink, red, white and yellow. The leaves of African violets are velvety, green in color, with notched or wavy edges.

Care tips:

Light: Prefers bright, indirect light. Avoid direct exposure to the sun, which can burn the leaves. An ideal position is next to an east or west facing window.

Temperature: The ideal temperature is between 18 and 24°C. Sudden temperature fluctuations can cause the flowers to drop.

Watering: Water the plant when the soil is dry on the surface. Water by bottom watering or with a dropper to avoid wetting the leaves.

Humidity: African violets prefer moderate humidity. Avoid spraying the leaves, as it can make them prone to fungal diseases.

Soil: Use a well-drained soil especially for African violets. The soil must be aerated and retain sufficient moisture.

Fertilization: Fertilize the plant once a month, during the growing season (spring-summer), with a diluted fertilizer for flowering plants. Use a fertilizer rich in phosphorus and potassium. Avoid fertilizing in winter.

Transplantation: Transplant the plant every 2-3 years, in a pot with a diameter 1-2 cm larger than the previous one. Choose a pot with drainage holes to avoid water stagnation. Transplantation is done in spring or summer.

Height with pots included: 12 cm
Pot diameter: 12 cm

Note: The leaves of this plant are brittle and can be easily damaged during transport and handling. The price is valid for a plant with or without flowers.