Kalimeris incisa Madiva
- 1 x Kalimeris incisa Madiva 9 cm Pot
|Botanical name||Kalimeris incisa Madiva|
|Delivered as||Pot plant|
|Location||Sun and shade|
|Preferred Soil||Any soil|
How to take care of Kalimeris incisa Madiva
Remove the Kalimeris incisa Madiva from the pot and slightly untangle the root ball, so that the roots can grow outwards and do not continue to grow in the shape of the cultivation pot. This will allow it to absorb water better in drought. Soaking the root ball in a bucket of water 10-12 hours before planting will give the plant a head start. When you have determined the place where you want to plant the plant, dig a hole so deep that the entire root ball of the Kalimeris incisa Madiva remains just below the surface of the earth. Mix the soil in the planting hole with some potting compost, so that water is well retained, but excess water does run away. Place the plant with spread roots in the planting hole and replenish the soil. Water well and then press firmly. After 4 weeks, give a hand organic fertilizer on top of the soil around the Kalimeris incisa Madiva.
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