Who wouldn’t want to keep lovely plants at home! Keeping a succulent plant at home in the busiest life helps make your morning fresh. Furthermore, it also needs less care as compared to others. A rare succulent plant like Stephania Kaweesakii needs less care for its proper growth.
Stephania plant is by far the fascinating Stephania type there is. Its leaves are either neon green or purple in color or dark turquoise. The size of the leaves can be up to 20 cm in diameter.
Morphologically, it is similar to S. Pierre, but its tuber bark is thickly scaled (as opposed to smooth and papery), and its male flowers have three or four petals.
It has been known for an extended period as Stephania Sp. Nova (Nova meaning new), but a new name has been given. Even though its care is slightly different from that of the rest of its family, I still consider it relatively easy to keep.
How To Care Stephania Kaweesakii?
- The Kawasaki plant needs a rich soil mixture. Although this plant doesn’t need much fertilizer to grow, an adequate amount can promote its growth. Because the addition of some fertilizer in the plant pots does not merely help in steady growth, infect It also keeps the plant leaves green and healthy.
- Moreover, If you want to pace the growth of this plant, It’s better to grow Stephania plant in cement or ceramic pots. I personally recommend ceramic pots containing some holes.
- There is a need to give heed while watering this plant. Make sure all soil should be completely dry before watering it. From the research paradigm, it is suggested to provide water once a week.
- The preferable spot for Kaweesakii plant is to keep this near window. But make sure it should not be under direct scorching sun.
The Stephania kaweesakii grows on mountain slopes with high humidity and moss on rocks in its natural habitat. It is necessary to ensure that it is not exposed to direct scorching sunlight as it can get sunburnt and irreversible. Watering the plant once a week is good to go. An excellent mixture of well-draining and rich soil, with a good balance of humidity, porosity, and nutrients, is fine for this plant.
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