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Fertilizer/ feed for the plant:From spring to winters, feed every two weeks with a balanced fertiliser. In winters, feed once in 6 weeks. The Ixora loves full sun and a well-ventilated space.
Repotting : Ixora is an easy-going plant and it is sufficient to repot them only when they outgrow their current pot. Prune regularly and use a well-draining potting soil.
Propogation : Propagation of Ixora can be done via stem cuttings. Take a 4 to 5 inch long cutting and remove the lowermost leaves, dip the cut edge in rooting hormone and root in water for 3-4 weeks.
1. Why is my ixora plant dropping leaves?
Ixoras a re tropical plants and susceptible to cold drafts. The plant will drop leaves of they are in an area with cold draft. Place the plant in a warmer area out of the draft.
2. What is the black deposition on my ixora?
Ixoras are prone to black sooty mould fungus if they don’t get a good airflow. Clean your plant under water pressure and spray with neem oil. Then place it in a well-ventilated space with full sun.
3. Why does my plant have very few blooms?
Fertilise your plants more regularly, once every two weeks from spring to fall and keep the soil moist but not soggy. Also, prune your plants to promote branching and induce flowering heads.
Light Requirements :Ixora loves bright direct light for most of the day to flower. So place it in you balconies or sunny corners of your home like windowsills.
Locations :The best place for Ixora is a well-ventilated area with bright full sun.
Styling/decor tip :Ixora is a stunning flowering shrub that attracts hummingbirds, butterflies, and bees with their blooms. It is perfect for both container gardening as well as hedging. With proper pruning the plant can have a huge number of flowering heads and reward you with bright sweet smelling flowers for most of the year. Plant it in stunning ceramic planters and display it on your windowsill or in you balcony garden with pride.
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If you can give Ixora a sunny spot (6-7 hours of direct sun) that is also well ventilated, then Ixora can be grown indoors.
Fertilize your ixora through the growing season and remove spent blooms by deadheading the plant. Also prune regularly to get more branches and induce more flowering heads.
Ixora loves a constantly moist soil, Use a well-draining potting mix and water as soon as the topsoil is dry to touch.
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