Adulsa, Justicia Adhatoda, Vasaka, Ardusi – Plant
If the top inch of soil is dry, Water it.
Height: 0"Pot Size: 0"
Bright Indirect Sunlight.
Safe for Pets and Kids.
Balcony, Well Lit Window, Table Top, Living Room.
Justicia Adhatoda plant has various medicinal properties (herb plant) and is an excellent treatment for a variety of ailments, including breathing difficulties, coughs, and colds, nasal congestion, sore throat, asthma, bronchitis, and other upper respiratory tract infections, bleeding problems, and so on.
The Adulsa Leaves is native to India, although it can also be found in Nepal, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Malaysia, Indonesia, and China.
This Vasaka plant is recognizable by its yellow bark, crossbow leaves, white and purple flowers, and pubescent club-shaped capsular fruits.
You can place your Adulsa plant in the balcony Garden.
Keep your Adulsa plant in a bright, indirect light source.
Vasaka Plants need at least 3-6 hours of direct sunshine every day, especially in the morning, and natural direct bright light for the rest of the day to thrive.
Water your exotic plant when the top inch of the soil seems dry to the touch. The roots should not be allowed to sit in water, but the soil should be kept moist.
In the summer, water thoroughly; in the winter and rainy season, water less.
Water the plants in the morning, between 8 and 10 a.m.
A fertiliser isn't truly necessary for your plant. However, if necessary, feed it a houseplant fertiliser diluted to half strength. Once or twice in a month.
The Adulsa or Vasaka Plants are non-toxic and will not affect your pets or children, though if consumed in large quantities, they may induce stomach trouble.
Reduce the amount of watering you give your Adulsa plant to help prevent root rot, which this plant is especially prone to in this stage.
Mealybugs and spider mites are two common pests to be cautious of.
Are your Plants leaves falling off? Not a reason to worry. It's because they require moist soil that drains effectively.
Do you have a dying plant? It's possible that this is due to Dracaena's inability to withstand cold temperatures. It will thrive if you place it near sunshine.
Adulsa Plant (Acanthaceae family) is a thick evergreen shrub with yellowish bark and glabrous branches. Long, elliptic lanceolate, and tapering to the base leaves are puberulous dark green in colour and minutely puberulous.