1. azalea - azalea [əˈzeɪlɪə] 2. pansies - pansies3. aster - aster 4.mage - african marigold5. begonia - begonia6. rose bud - rosebud7. cornflower - cornflower8. verbena - verbena9. bindweed - convolves (convolvulus) 10. carnation - carnation11. dahlia - dahlia [ˈdeɪlɪə] 12. geranium - geranium [dʒɛˈreɪnɪəm] 13. gerbera - herbera14. hyacinth - hyacinth [ˈhaɪəsɪnθ] 15. gladiolus - gladiolus [ˌɡlædɪˈəʊləs] 16. wisteria - glycinia 17. hydrangea - hydrangea18. delphinium - delphinium19. Ivan da Marya - cow-wheat20. ivan tea, fireweed - willow herb21. iris - iris [ˈaɪərɪs] 22. Kalanchoe - kalanchoe23. calendula - calendula, marigold24. camellia - camellia25. reed - rush, reed26. bell - bluebell (harebell, campanula) 27. indoor flower - pot flower28. crocus - crocus29. water lily - water-lily30. lavender - lavender31. lily of the valley 32. quinoa - goose-foot33. lily - lily34. Snapdragon - snap-dragon35. lupine - lupine36. buttercup - buttercup, yellowcup37. poppy - poppy38. mallow - holly-hox39. daisy - daisy40. lungwort - lung-wort41. mimosa - mimosa [mɪˈməʊzə], acacia [əˈkeɪʃə] 42. spurge - milkweed43. narcissus (white) - narcissus [nɑːˈsɪsəs] 44. daffodil (yellow) - daffodil45. nasturtium - nasturtium, Indian cress46. forget-me-not - forget-me-not47. marigold - marigold48. dandelion - dandelion [ˈdændɪlaɪən] 49. orchid - orchid [ˈɔːkɪd] 50. primrose - cowslip [ˈkaʊslɪp] 51. petunia - petunia [pɪˈtjuːnɪə] 52. peony - peony [ˈpiːənɪ] 53. snowdrop - snowdrop54. reseda - mignonette [ˌmɪnjəˈnɛt] 55. rhododendron - rhododendron [ˌrəʊdəˈdɛndrən] 56. rose - rose57. chamomile - daisy58. Saintpaulia - saintpaulia59. spathiphyllum - spathiphyllum60. rape - winter-cress61. yarrow - milfoil62. tulip - tulip 63. violet - violet64. alpine violet - cyclamen65. ficus - ficus, rubber plant66. phlox - phlox67. fuchsia - fuchsia [ˈfjuːʃə] 68. chrysanthemum - chrysanthemum [krəˈsænθɪməm] 69. cyclamen - cyclamen [ˈsɪkləmən] 70. edelweiss - edelweiss [ˈeɪd (ə) lvaɪs]
Zamioculcas - care secrets!
Location and lighting
Zamioculcas loves a bright place. Easily withstands being located on a south window or in the open sun outdoors, but in the summer in the midday heat, it is better to shade the plant. Grows well on east and west windows. In summer, it is better to take out zamioculcas to fresh air. In winter, place the plant closer to the window. Show in full.
The temperature during the growing season is 20-25 ° С, in winter the temperature is 16 ° С. Temperature minimum 12 ° C.
Zamioculcas tolerates the absence of moisture better than its excess. Therefore, the plant should be watered from spring to autumn in moderation, so that the substrate in the pot dries up by about half. In the autumn-winter period, the plant needs to be watered in a smaller volume and with such frequency so that the earthy clod has time to dry out. Water for irrigation is soft, at room temperature.
Zamioculcas is not picky about a certain air humidity. But to preserve the attractiveness of the leaves and prevent various diseases, it is useful to arrange washing, the so-called "shower".
Young plants should be replanted annually in spring, adults every 2-4 years. The best time to transplant is spring. With rare transplants, you can restrain the growth of indoor zamiokulkas.
It is better to take a pot that is heavy and tall (clay or chamotte), no larger than a root ball. If you take a spacious container, then the plant will not give crown growth for a long time until the roots fill all the free space.
The substrate is necessary nutritious, neutral acidity. By composition: equal parts of garden, forest and garden land and 2/3 of sand. You can add some charcoal. Good drainage is required (at least ¼ of the pot).
From spring to early autumn, fertilizing should be carried out 1 time in 10-14 days. Do not fertilize in autumn and winter. Best fed with cactus fertilizer.
Zamiokulkas can be propagated by cuttings, dividing a bush and a leaf. Rooting takes a long time, up to two months. Better to use phytoharmonics and warm up the soil.
As the zamioculcas grows, it needs a support with rings to support the leaves.