Allow soil to dry between waterings
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The leaves of your Pseuderanthemum grow up to 15 cm long and 6 cm wide that have a dark green color with irregular silver and purple margins.
They have a woody and smooth stem that is maroon to magenta in the color that looks extremely delighting.
Your plant can grow up to a height of 7 feet as an Indoor Plant.
Your plant grows best in indirect, but bright sunlight. You can also mist the plant during hot weather as they prefer a humid condition.
The temperature must not go below 4-7 ℃ as your plant is fairly frost-resistant. Consider placing them indoors during the winter season.
During hot weather conditions, your Pseuderanthemum requires abundant watering. But allow the soil to dry between each watering. You can water them thrice a week during summers.
In winter, you must water them moderately, around once a week. But make sure that the soil should be moderately moist and does not become too dry during the watering gap.
Atropurpureum Plants require a well-draining, but fertile soil for proper growth. You can use sandy or alkaline soil for placing your plant.
You can consider adding coarse sand, and moss, or peat in the soil for good drainage. Make sure that the pot you are using for your plant must have a hole in it for good drainage.
Your Pseuderanthemum Plant requires fertilizers once every 3 weeks for promoting the manifestation of the red color on their leaves during the summer and spring season.
You can use any liquid fertilizer for your plants with a high potassium content.
However, you must withhold the use of fertilizers during the winter season.
Pseuderanthemum is considered non-toxic for humans, cats, and dogs. However, some people may experience skin irritation by getting in touch with the plant.
If you notice that your plant is blooming weakly, then it is not receiving ample sunlight. Keep your plant in a brighter area that receives an ample amount of Indirect sunlight.
If the lower leaves of your plant turn yellow and falls excessively, then this means that you are overwatering your plant and it is waterlogged. You should water the plant less and should transplant it into new soil by removing the rotten roots.
Leaves turning brown- The leaves of your Pseuderanthemum can turn brown if the air is excessively dry or it is receiving too much direct sunlight- Keep your plant in an area that receives indirect sunlight and mist them regularly.
Lower leaves turning yellow- If the ower leaves of your Pseuderanthemum turn yellow, that means that your plant is waterlogged- Regulate your watering schedule and water them when the top 50% of soil is dry to touch.
Your Pseuderanthemum is a colorful and woody plant to add elegant and eccentric dimensions to your garden. With their green to gold foliages, they make up a breathtaking cover or a potted plant. They are a fast-growing shrub with an attractive crown of small clusters of pink flowers.