How to care for Ginura

Ginura is a perennial herbaceous beautiful plant. In nature, it grows in abundance in the tropical forests of Africa. The soft stalks of Guinura Orange grow up to one meter in length. You can form a plant or as curled on a support, or as ampelnoe. When forming the plant, you need to pinch in order to stimulate the emergence of new lateral shoots. If you do not pinch - will grow in one stem, quickly lose beauty.
It often blooms profusely in room conditions, but the flowers are not particularly decorative and smell unpleasant. Some growers prefer to remove them at the bud stage.
In order for the beautiful Ginura to remain bright, she needs to provide good lighting.
Ginura is light-requiring, transfers the direct rays of the sun, but at noon it is necessary to cover all the same. With a lack of light, the plant becomes pale.
Temperature mode. Thermophilous plant. The ideal temperature is 20-22 degrees, in the winter it feels good at 16-18.
Watering is abundant in summer, moderate in winter. Earthy ball should not dry out completely. Do not allow water to enter the leaves when the plant is in the sun - black spots may remain. Loves high humidity. Therefore, it would be advisable to put water containers next to Ginura.
Spray Ginur do not need. Remove dust from the leaves can be a wide soft brush.
In case of severe pollution, you can wash the plant with water, leave it in the shade until the leaves are completely dry.
It is necessary to feed Guinura with liquid complex fertilizer once a month from May to September, this will be enough.
Propagated by Ginura stem cuttings. Roots well, grows fast.
You can root cuttings in the water.
Can be placed directly in the soil, dipping the tip of the stem into a root formation stimulator. In this case, you need to make a greenhouse of polyethylene. Air cuttings in a greenhouse every day for 5 minutes, make sure that the soil does not dry out.
Ginura tends to grow: the lower leaves fall, decorativeness is lost. Therefore, it needs to be updated periodically: cut all the stems into cuttings, root them and re-plant several cuttings in a pot.
If the plant does not need a full update yet, it should be transferred to a new pot in the spring.
1 part of the leafy ground, 1 part of the sod, 1 part of the humus and 0.5 parts of the sand - in such soil Gynura will feel good.
You can grow Guinura in hydroponics.