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Photo of obese adenium (obessum), bohmianum, multiflorous

Photo of obese adenium (obessum), bohmianum, multiflorous


Photos of indoor plants Published: February 27, 2012 Reprinted: Last edits:

Briefly about leaving

Adenium needs a lot of bright, diffused light; a little direct sunlight will not harm. In the summer, the temperature should be 24-26 degrees, and in winter not lower than 12 - it will be optimal 14-16 degrees. Water abundantly, a couple of days after the soil surface dries, and in winter, watering is reduced. It is not picky about air humidity.

Adenium is fed from spring to autumn with mineral fertilizers once a month. The dormant period is from mid-spring to the end of winter, inclusive. Adenium is transplanted in the spring, if necessary. Adenium propagates by cuttings, seeds and grafting in early spring.

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Photos of popular species

Adenium boichmianum, obese or obese.

In the photo: Adenium boehmianum / adenium boehmianum

In the photo: Adenium boehmianum / adenium boehmianum

In the photo: Adenium boehmianum / adenium boehmianum

In the photo: Adenium boehmianum / adenium boehmianum

In the photo: Adenium multiflorum / adenium multiflorum

In the photo: Adenium multiflorum / adenium multiflorum

In the photo: Adenium multiflorum / adenium multiflorum

In the photo: Adenium obesum / adenium obesum (obese)

In the photo: Adenium obesum / adenium obesum (obese)

Literature

  1. Read the topic on Wikipedia
  2. Features and other plants of the family Kutrovye
  3. List of all species on The Plant List
  4. More information on World Flora Online
  5. Indoor Plants Information

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He is loved for his extraordinary appearance.

The countries of Central and South Africa are the birthplace of adenium. The succulent belongs to the Cool family.

Depending on the shape, the adenium plant can be in the form of a bush or a tree. The trunk is branched, thickened at the base. Leaves grow mainly at the ends of the shoots, lanceolate, pointed or obtuse. The surface of the leaf is velvety or glossy, the color is mainly juicy green. Some varieties are variegated, with white-yellow or red-black stripes. The shoots become brown and denser over time.

Common varieties

There are only nine varieties of adenium. The most popular and unusual ones:

  • Obsession, or obese adenium. Most adapted to indoor growing, therefore it is popular among florists. Stems are wide at the base and narrowed at the ends. The foliage is glossy, oblong in shape with a sharp or rounded top. Flowers are of the most varied shapes and colors.
  • Oliefolium. Its unusual elongated leaves seem to be collected in a rosette at the end. Foliage color - light green, with a matte white bloom. The flowers are simple in shape and have five petals. A palette of shades - from dark purple to light pink.
  • Multiflorum, or multi-flowered. The fastest growing shrub. Favorable care allows you to get a medium-sized tree (up to 3 m) from a multi-flowered species. The foliage is large, dark green. Flowering deserves special attention - it is abundant and colorful. Flowers - light pink with a smooth transition to dark pink along the edging of the petals.

All varieties have almost the same growth and maintenance conditions, and they adapt quite easily to apartment conditions.

Briefly about the history of appearance

For the first time, the plant was collected in an area called Adena, which is why the flower was named with this name. Translated from African dialects, adenium means “desert rose”. Botanists gave a botanical description of the culture back in 1819.

Important! The juice of the culture is poisonous, so it should be handled carefully. There are no medicinal properties.


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Is spathiphyllum dangerous? What if spathiphyllum juice gets inside - poisonous or not? First aid. The benefits of spathiphyllum. Blooming spathiphyllum at home.

Woman's happiness - spathiphyllum - a home flower from tropical countries, with a subtle sophisticated aroma. Basically, it unfolds in the morning - you can feel a light floral scent. The sophistication of the white plant and the persistent green leaves hides murderer - so many growers think, repeating publicly available information that spathiphyllum is poisonous. Is it so?

  • Spathiphyllum has been known since 1824 in Europe, previously grown in Polynesia and East Asia, then migrated to Central and South America.
  • Has modified leafy cuttings-inflorescences of milky color. The tip of the calyx inflorescence is green.
  • Leaves are dense, green, like wax from the side.
  • Loves the sun and moderate warmth.
  • Absorbs benzene, xylene, acetone and other harmful vapors in 2-3 hours.
  • Contains calcium oxalates - substances poisonous to human skin.

By itself, spathiphyllum is not considered a harmful or poisonous plant, but its juice, if it gets on the skin or mucous membranes, can cause allergic reactions, burns, choking, poisoning, and sometimes disastrous consequences.

The reason is iron oxalates!

Substances contained in the juice of spathiphyllum - gland oxalates - are dangerous to humans. When exposed to the skin, they cause allergies and irritation, which is not so serious - you can rinse your hand under running water and get rid of discomfort. However, if you swallow a couple of drops of spathiphyllum juice, iron oxalates come into contact with gastric juice and mucous membranes of the organ, causing irritation, discomfort, and a characteristic poisoning reaction.

It is believed that absorption of juice through the oral mucosa can cause intoxication of the body or lead to breathing problems - our life system reacts differently to interference from the outside.

What to do if spathiphyllum juice has entered the body:

  1. Rinse mouth with water.
  2. Rinse with milk.
  3. If you swallowed juice / water or saliva with spathiphyllum juice - induce vomiting, then drink a large volume of water, drink the required number of activated carbon tablets per your weight.
  4. Call a doctor.
  5. If there is a hallucinogenic effect, confusion of perception, shortness of breath - you must not drink water! Call the ambulance instantly.

How to properly care for spathiphyllum?

Feminine happiness can be a wonderful addition to the interior of the house or a real decoration in the garden, if you carry out care procedures. in protective gloves, mask, glasses. AT Basically, precautions are needed during transplantation or pruning of spathiphyllum, and watering, feeding does not cause difficulties in care.

  • Air temperature from 20 to 25 С in general
  • Lighting up to 10 o'clock, location on the east-north window.
  • Air humidity is high.
  • Humidification of the earth is moderate.
  • Top dressing is regular and according to the volume of the substrate in the pot.

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