What Makes it Unique?
- Waxy dark green leaves with a symmetrical structure.
- Pink-colored flowers are grown in star-shaped clusters.
- An excellent fast-growing plant for borders and hedges.
- A perennial shrub that easily grows up to 4 ft. in height.
How to Care?
- Devil’s Backbone requires bright indirect sunlight to thrive well. Make sure that the plant receives good indirect sunlight for at least 3-4 hours a day.
- Keep the soil of the plants dry to ensure better growth of the plant. Avoid overwatering the plant to protect it from root rotting.
- A regular potting mix is good with rich organic materials for easy growth of the Devil’s backbone plant.
Gently unpack the plant and water properly. Water the plant frequently for at least two weeks to let the plant survive the travel shocks.
- Make sure to choose a pot with enough drainage space to allow easy flow of water throughout the plant.
- Feed the plant with rich organic fertilizer monthly to keep your Devil’s Backbone plant happy.
- Water your plant only when the topsoil feels dry to the touch. Avoid frequently watering during winter and rainy seasons.
- Use rich organic all-purpose fertilizer in balanced water quantity during the primary growing season to ensure fuller growth.
- A good drainage space with well-draining soil is necessary for the free flow of excess water outside the pot to prevent root rotting.
- Do not keep your Devil’s backbone plant under direct harsh sunrays or AC vents, as it will kill the plant.
- Keep your plant in a shady place in case of heavy rain showers to prevent root rotting.
- Keep the plant in a direct sunlight space during the initial days and avid repotting for at least 2-3 weeks to let the plant adapt to the new atmosphere.
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