What Makes it Unique?
- One of the best flowering plants with attractive purple flowers.
- A low-maintenance plant with a perennial nature.
- Sweet-smelling flowers make it perfect for trellises, fences, arbors, etc.
- A small-sized vine that suits best for both natural and ornamental planting.
How to Care?
- Passionflowers ask for at least 3-6 hours of direct sunlight to thrive well.
- Check the soil by poking your fingers in the soil before watering to ensure the soil dries out completely.
- Do not feed your Krishna Kamal plants with too much water as they do not prefer being moist all the time.
- It is recommended to loosen your topsoil before applying fertilizer to allow the soil to uptake the nutrients efficiently.
- Do not disturb the roots while loosening the soil, and apply water immediately after applying fertilizer for best growth.
- Choose the primary growing season, such as Feb-March, to fertilize your Passionflower plant.
- For primary treatment, choose Neem Oil, Eucalyptus Oil, and Citrus oil against fungal growth.
- Do not re-pot the plant for a minimum of 12-14 days after receiving, as the plant may die due to travel shocks.
- Keep the plant in indirect artificial light for the initial days as it requires some time to adjust to the new environment.
- Always re-pot them in the evening and keep them in a shady place for a few days to settle.
- Choose a pot bigger in size than the current one to ensure the best growth of the Krishna Kamal plant.
Note: Krishna Kamal plant does not have flowers at the time of delivery. The plant will bloom with unique purple-colored flowers after much-needed care.