This product contains
|1||Eranthemum Nigrum, Black Kodia - Plant|
|2||5 inch (13 cm) Grower Round Plastic Pot (Black)|
About Eranthemum Nigrum
They bloom during the rains.
|Plant Height||12 inch (30 cm)|
|Plant Spread ||6 inch (15 cm)|
*above specification are indicative only. actual dimensions may vary by +-10%
|Common Name ||Kala Kodia, Black Kodia, Black Magic Eranthemum|
|Maximum Reachable Height ||1 - 2 ft|
|Flower Colour ||White|
|Bloom Time ||Summer-Fall|
|Difficulty Level ||Very easy|
Planting and care
They like plenty of humus & water during summer.
Eranthemum Nigrum care
Require less pruning than other hedge plants.
|Sunlight ||Full sun, Partial sun|
|Soil ||Loamy soil|
|Temperature ||20 to 40 degrees C|
|Fertilizer ||Use any organic fertilizer|
Eranthemum Nigrum special feature
Plants will do well just about anywhere.
Eranthemum Nigrum uses
- Used for decorations homes gardens
Frequently Asked Questions
What is another name for a Eranthemum Nigrum?
Eranthemum Nigrum is commonly known as Kala Kodia, Black Kodia, Black Magic Eranthemum
How tall do Eranthemum Nigrum grow?
On average Eranthemum Nigrum grows 1 - 2 ft
What color are Eranthemum Nigrum?
A Eranthemum Nigrum plant bears flowers of color White
When Eranthemum Nigrum blooms?
With enough light, Eranthemum Nigrum may produce White flowers in Summer-Fall
How hard is Eranthemum Nigrum to grow?
A Eranthemum Nigrum is Very easy
How much sunlight does a Eranthemum Nigrum need?
A Eranthemum Nigrum prefers Full sun, Partial sun
How much water does a Eranthemum Nigrum need?
A Eranthemum Nigrum prefers watering High
What kind of soil does a Eranthemum Nigrum need?
A Eranthemum Nigrum prefers Loamy soil
What temperature does a Eranthemum Nigrum like?
A Eranthemum Nigrum prefers 20 to 40 degrees C
How often should I fertilize my Eranthemum Nigrum?
To encourage Eranthemum Nigrum growth, Use any organic fertilizer
Saturday, 14 March 2020
I have been growing exotic plants for 50 years
Wednesday, 04 March 2020
I have it on my table with a Lucky Bamboo and looks great!
Wednesday, 12 February 2020
This plant initially takes time to grow.
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