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Dieffenbachia is a wonderful foliage houseplant, it is easy to care, hardy and drought tolerant. Native to tropical America, this frost-sensitive tender perennial is commonly grown as a houseplant. The large and showy dieffenbachia can be the perfect living decoration for the home or office. When you learn how to care for a dieffenbachia plant, you will find it to be adaptable to different kinds of lighting and condition Dieffenbachia is one of the easiest indoor houseplants to grow and one of the most common indoor plants. This tropical shrub shows off lush leaves that are usually marked in shades of cream, yellow, or white, making dieffenbachia a top pick for brightening dim corners indoors. Dieffenbachia adds fun color and texture without flowers.
Dieffenbachia plants like regular watering, but they don’t ever want the soil to be wet or soggy for extended periods. Because more indoor plants die from over watering than under watering every year, it’s best to keep dieffenbachia on the dry side if you’re in doubt about whether to water it. Just like most tropical houseplants, grow dieffenbachia in a relatively warm, humid spot with plenty of light. That said, dieffenbachia will tolerate low-light spots, as well. If the leaves develop brown tips or edges, the air may be too dry. Remedy this by relocating your dieffenbachia to a well-lit bathroom (or other humid spot), grouping it with other houseplants (which release moisture into the air as they breathe), or set it on a pebble-filled tray of water (so the bottom of the pot rests on the pebbles, above the water to keep the roots from rotting).
Fertilizing dieffenbachia encourages it to grow more and faster. At minimum, it’s best to fertilize diffenbachia once or twice a year (1 teaspoon of soluble NPK 20-20-20 analysis fertilizer and 1 gallon of water)., but you can do so more often if you wish. Use any general-purpose houseplant fertilizer and follow the directions on the packaging. During the primary growing season , March Through October , feed every other week when watering using a complete liquid food. During the winter months use NO fertilizer and water only.
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