Dieffenbachia (Dieffenbachia) - evergreen perennial plant with large leaves, beautiful shape, with a speckled pattern arranged alternately on the stems. The stem is thick and strong. The pattern on the leaves is a of stripes, spots, speckles of different shades from light green to dark yellow. The bright colors of the plants creates a warm, joyful atmosphere in the room.
Maintenance. Sunlight she's afraid of the dry air is affecting her badly, so you need to spray the plant 2-3 times a week in summer and once a week in the winter. If the room temperature will drop to 8-10 °C, the leaves will lose their decorative effect, to rot and eventually the flower will die. Water the plant with warm Creamed water. Large leaves, wipe gently with a soft damp cloth. In summer nice to have there for her warm shower. Particularly elegant are the leaves if you spray them once a week 1 solution of the drug "Bud" (10 g per 10 liters of water)
Spathiphyllum (Spathiphyllum) is a flowering plant member of the family Araceae. Its native land is the Philippine Islands, Indonesia, tropical regions of Central and South America.The name of the Spathiphyllum has Greek roots: "spatha" — "protection" and "phyllum" — "list." And indeed, the flower of the plant has a rather unusual structure, which is characteristic of most Araceae: yellow "cob" covered on one side with sheet-blanket. Exotic species gave rise to "national" names "White sail" and is more wide spread among Russian gardeners of Spathiphyllum, "Women's happiness".
Height 90 cm, Lighting: bright diffused light, with the obligatory primeneniem in the summer from direct sunlight. Growth: slow. Temperature: optimalna 15 - 25 °C, not below 12 °C
Murraya (Murraya) is a small evergreen bushy tree up to 1.5 m tall, with grayish or yellowish-white crust. The stems are not strong enough and, despite the fact that the plant is erect, it needs support. The leaves are alternate unpaired-pinnately compound with 3-5 rounded or broadly oval, smooth-edged leaves. Often paired leaves are shifted relative to each other. Small white fragrant flowers. Flowering usually occurs in summer and autumn. Bloom only adult plants. From the flowers obrazuyutsya oval fruits about 1 cm in length, which gradually turn red
Care: Murayya prefers bright diffused light, suitable for cultivation in the West and East Windows. Can grow in the Northern window, but the light, especially in winter, the plant can not be missed, bloom will be weak. When grown at the South window plants provide shading from direct sunlight, using a translucent cloth or paper (gauze, tulle, vellum). In summer the plant can be put outdoors in a place protected from direct sunlight. Purchased plants should be gradually accustomed to more intense light. If in winter the number of Sunny days was not enough, the spring with increasing sunlight, the plant should also be accustomed gradually to the more intense light.
From spring to autumn murayya prefers a temperature of 20-25°C. in the autumn it is desirable to somewhat reduce the temperature of the contents. In winter it is desirable to keep the plant at 16-17°C.
Zamioculcas is monotypic genus of plants of the family Araceae, represented by a single species zamioculcas zamielistnyy, originating from tropical Africa. The name given due to the similarity of leaves with leaves of samii.
Sansevieriya (Sansevieria) is a sustainable indoor plant with large sword-shaped leaves with a cross and bright yellow edges. In good conditions in the spring it blooms small whitish-green flowers with a pleasant smell.
Care: grows Well in sun and shade, and tolerates any room temperature. Summer watered sparingly in the winter-time in 2-3 months. Sansevieriya do not feed. Young specimens are transplanted each year, adults if necessary.
Benefits: Neutralizes the harmful substances released from plastic and chipboard. Reduces the total content of microbes in the indoor air up to 70%.