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Pot plants

The pot plants are vegetables with medium or small dimensions, which are generally used to decorate gardens, balconies, to create ornamental compositions for both outdoor and indoor.
The characteristic that unites these varieties is that they are not planted directly on the ground.
Before orienting oneself in choosing one of these plants, it is necessary to analyze some preliminary considerations, namely:
- type and size of the vessels
- types of soil
- external or internal location (in the apartment)
- lighting conditions (sunshine or artificial light)
- ambient temperature (external or internal)
- humidity rate
- type of exposure
This kind of plants can belong to different species, namely:
- herbaceous plants
- small shrubby plants
. climbing plants
- flowering plants
- fat plants


It is a succulent, flowery plant used for ornamental purposes.
It has a stem height between 20 and 40 cm, succulent and of an intense green color.
The leaves are fleshy, glossy, rounded in shape, green or reddish depending on the variety, and are edible for humans.
The male flowers are showy, while the female ones are less showy.
They have a color that varies between white, pink and red.
The fruits are leathery capsules, with a triangular shape.
It lives well in soft and rich soils of organic material, well drained.
It requires bright exposures, but not under the direct rays of the sun that could cause it to dry early; fear the cold and it is advisable to repair it in the greenhouse during the winter.
The plant must be watered frequently, especially in summer.
It must be fertilized with liquid fertilizers.
It is a flowering herbaceous plant, cultivated for ornamental purposes.
It has an erect and slender stem, dark green.
The leaves are lanceolate, with alternate insertion and covered with a thin waxy patina.
The flowers have brightly colored corollas, in shades of white, yellow, pink and red; with well-separated petals, with a pointed or rounded edge depending on the variety.
They are very fragrant.
It requires a soft, well-drained soil with a basic and not clayey component.
Watering should not be too abundant to avoid soaking the soil.
Bisogne expose the plant in very bright areas, but avoiding the direct rays of the sun; taking care not to lodge it in too shady areas.
It must be watered frequently during the warm months and fertilized monthly using liquid fertilizers.
It is a flowery and ornamental herbaceous plant.
It presents in herbaceous and sticky stem, often with a hanging habit which forms a very decorative waterfall, especially if the plant is placed on windowsills or balconies.
The leaves are oval and viscous, covered with a thick whitish down, have a light green color,
The flowers have a lower funnel-shaped structure that continues upward with 5 lobes, with variable colors between white, pink and purplish red.
It requires a well-drained soil, fertile due to the addition of organic material, peat and chopped bark, preferably a non-calcareous component.
It must be watered regularly, every 2 days, as it fears heat and drought.
It is advisable to expose the plant in sunny places and at mild temperatures.


It is a herbaceous plant with a hanging, ornamental pattern.
It has a sustained herbaceous stem, of an intense green color, with a hanging pattern.
The leaves are oval and heart-shaped, shiny, with a typical mottled yellow green color.
The flowers appear very rarely and are small and inconspicuous.
It requires a light and porous soil, enriched with peat and sand, well drained.
It must be exposed in bright areas as the absence of light prevents the leaves from assuming their characteristic mottling.
We must water often, taking care not to soak the soil, to avoid harmful water stagnation.
Its ideal temperature is between 12 and 18 degrees, so it prefers temperate climates.
It is advisable to carry out frequent vaporizations on the foliage and to fertilize with liquid fertilizers.
It is a herbaceous plant of considerable size (up to 3 meters high), cultivated for ornamental purposes.
It has an erect, flexible and elongated trunk, with an intense green color.
The leaves are bipinnate, with sharp apices, dark green and shiny.
It has cylindrical ears, at the center of which are the flowers, not very showy.
The fruit has the appearance of a small olive.
Its growth is rather slow.
It requires a spongy, friable soil, enriched with peat and sand to ensure perfect transpiration of the plant that could be damaged by water stagnation.
It must be exposed in bright places, but not in the sun; it is advisable to place it in areas with reduced light (for example behind windows with curtains).
It loves warm climates, and it also adapts to dry heat
It is preferable to water using the spray cans and fertilize with liquid fertilizers or slow release tablets ...


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