It is a plant from the tropical regions of our planet. These are semishrubs, shrubs, sometimes trees.
Paschen - a very beautiful plant, because it simultaneously has flowers, green ovaries and colorful fruits.
When the window is cold, you have a small piece of bright summer at home.
Temperature. In the spring-summer period, the optimum temperature for the nightshade is from 18C to 25C. But with the onset of autumn and winter, the plant needs a cooler temperature from 12C to 15C, it is thanks to the support of this temperature that the heron will bear fruit throughout the winter. At a high temperature during this period, the leaves begin to turn yellow and fall off, and the berries wither.
Lighting. Paslyon prefers bright diffused light, without direct sunlight. In the summer, the plant can be taken out to the street, protecting it from direct sunlight, drafts and rain. In winter, Paslyon needs additional lighting. With lack of light, the leaves fall off, and the plant blooms poorly and fructifies.
Watering. In the spring-summer period, the palisol evaporates a lot of moisture, so it needs abundant watering, but it is important to dry the top layer of the soil between waterings. With the onset of autumn, the number of watering is reduced. For watering use well-standing water at room temperature.
Air humidity. Paslyon prefers a high humidity of about 65-70%. If the room is dry air, you can never see how your plant blooms and fructifies. To maintain humidity, regular spraying is recommended. It is best to put the palm in the pallet with wet moss or sand for moistening. Only so that the bottom of the pot does not stand in the water.
Transfer. Transplanted in the spring after the annual pruning. Plants under 5 years of age are transplanted annually, and adults grow every 2-3 years. It is also important to note that a 2-year plant is transplanted into a 2-liter pot, and a 5-year-old plant is transplanted into a 5-liter pot, and a 7-year-old one in a 7-liter pot. It is also important that the pot is well drained. For soil it is good to use such an earth mixture: 2 parts of turf ground + 2 parts of peat + 2 parts of humus + 1 part of sand.
Fertilizer. Since Paslean fructifies year round, he needs regular fertilizing. It is best to use liquid fertilizers for indoor flowering plants. Fertilize every two weeks.
Reproduction. Paschen is well reproduced by seeds that are sown throughout the year. Seeds are planted on the surface of the sifted leaf earth and sprinkled with a small amount of sand on top. Cover with glass and regularly air and spray the plant. The first shoots begin to appear after 2 weeks, and after the appearance of 3-4 leaves the young Paslin can be transplanted into a 0.5-liter pot with such an earth mixture: 1 part of a turf ground + 2 parts humus + 1 part sand. After the transplant, the plant needs to be pricked, and in summer the young plant needs to be cut off several times for stimulation and branching.
Also, you can propagate pasteley with cuttings.Cuttings are well rooted in wet sand, and after rooting the young paste can be transplanted into a 0.5 liter pot with such an earth mixture: 1 part of turf ground + 2 parts humus + 1 part sand. After transplanting the plant to pinch, and in summer the young plant must also be cut off several times for stimulation and branching.