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Bright indirect sunlight
Water once a week
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Fertilizer/ feed for the plant:Feed the Boxwood Buxus 1-2 times a year with a 10-6-4 fertiliser.
Repotting : Repot Boxwood Buxus once in 3 years when the growth is very slow. Loosen the root ball and change the potting soil.
Propogation : Propagate Boxwood Buxus through stem cuttings. Remove leaves from the lower inch or so and plant in fresh potting soil. Keep the soil moist at all times.
1. Why is my Boxwood Buxus turning bronze or orange?
Boxwood Buxus starts bronzing because of fungal disease caused by the fungus Collectotrichum Theobromicola, typically during cold seasons. Provide the plant with soil drench fungicide.
2. Why is my Boxwood Buxus turning yellow?
Typically the Boxwood Buxus turns yellow because of cold conditions either because of cold drafts of winter season. Move the plant to a location where there is access to warmth. Most times the Boxwood Buxus will get greener once winter is over.
3. Why is my Boxwood Buxus turning brown and dying?
Parasitic nematodes cause Boxwood Buxus to turn yellow or brown and eventually die of malnourishment because the nematodes steal nutrients from the plants. At such time it is best to separate the plant from other plants to stop its spread.
Light Requirements :Boxwood Buxus requires bright direct to slightly shaded sunlight for healthy growth.
Locations :Plant the Boxwood Buxus in the north side of your home where they will have access to sunlight that is not harsh.
Styling/decor tip :Line up the outdoor seating with Boxwood Buxus trimmed to perfect spheres, planted in cement pots. They also make for great additions to covered patios in pedestal planters. Use them as borders in your outdoor gardens or to line the driveway or aisles.
Our one of a kind self-watering pots have been designed to suit our plant parent's busy schedule. The planter reservoir stores extra, available for uptake by the plants through capillary action as per their need. The idea is to reduce the hassle of daily watering and simplify plant care. Perfect Sizes for both home and desktop use and sturdy to handle and free of spilling hassles.
Our resilient tub packaging guarantees that your plant babies reach you in perfect condition without any in-transit damage. The pots are secured in place to ensure that they don't move from their positions and vents to help them breathe comfortable till they reach home. The packaging has been made sustainably with a completely biodegradable tube and lids made of recycled plastic waste.
To make sure that you get the plant you see on the website, our plants come with a nutrient dense soil less potting mix that sustains the plant during transit and discourages any infestation. The organic starch jelly holds moisture for the entire journey till they reach you. The soil is further enriched with slow release fertilisers to give your plant a steady food bank for six months.
Here it is..the deet sheet, just as promised.
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Boxwood Buxus contains alkaloids which are toxic to animals. It can lead to death if about 30-50g is consumed by a small animal like a cat or a dog.
All parts of a Boxwood Buxus are poisonous. On contact with human skin, the person could feel irritation in the skin for a few mins. On consumption of any part of the plant, a person will feel nausea and can also experience vomiting and dizziness.
Boxwood Buxus plant is also called Buxus Sempervirens, the common box and European box.
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