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Difficulties in growing chlorophytum

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Chlorophytum is one of the most common indoor plants.

This flower grows very fast, is unpretentious in care, and its beautiful curved leaves look very much in a variety of compositions.

Instructions

1

Pests.
Another plus of chlorophytum - it is almost not subject to pest attacks. A weak plant can kill aphids, but this problem is easily solved by using derris.

2

Brown tips of leaves.
Your chlorophytum lacks nutrition, so feed the plant with every watering. Another cause may be mechanical damage to the leaves. Protect the plant from pets.

3

The leaves are pale and soft.
With such ailment most often encounter in winter. Do not put chlorophytum to the battery and, check if it is in a sufficiently lit place.

4

Brown spots on the leaves.
Also a winter problem. This is due to overmoistening of the soil. Cut the watering.

5

Brown spots on wrinkled leaves.
Chlorophytum does not have enough water. Remember that in the period of active growth, the plant needs more abundant watering.

6

The absence of peduncles.
The reason is a tight pot. Transplant the plant, but remember that the young chlorophytum should not have stems.

Difficulties in growing chlorophytum Was last modified: June 21st, 2017 By Visvoikx
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