Radermachera , China Doll – Plant
Water when the top inch of soil is dry.
Height: 0"Pot Size: 0"
Bright Indirect Sunlight.
Safe for Pets and Kids
Balcony, Well Lit Window, Table Top, Living Room.
The thick glossy-green, fernlike leaves of the China doll make it an attractive houseplant.
This fast-growing plant has adapted from its past existence as a big tree and now thrives in indoor spaces.
Although China doll does not bloom indoors, when grown outside, a mature plant produces huge trumpet-shaped white blooms.
The Plant will not tolerate breezes, so make sure it is protected from the wind and draughts wherever you put it. You can put your plant in your Balcony Garden.
Your Radermachera Sinica requires lots of bright, Yet indirect, light as it is common with plants such as China doll Plants.
They require at least four to five hours of such light per day.
If Your house's windows aren't providing enough light, you should use an artificial plant light to supplement your lighting.
Water your China doll 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.
Be attentive when watering. Your Radermachera plant can suffer from too little or too much water.
In a warm climate, your plant will thrive. As a result, spraying it frequently, positioning it near a humidifier, or using a pebble tray can all help to boost humidity.
Watering can be increased slightly when the new leaf is forming, then reduced once the plant has gone dormant.
Your China Palm Plant grows well in rich, well-draining soil. You can also consider using peat moss, leaf mold, and shredded bark for making potting mix your plant.
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.
You can use a slow-release fertiliser twice a year. After being re-potted, the Radermachera Plant should not be fertilised for four months.
China Doll Plants are non-toxic and will not affect your pets or children, though if consumed in large quantities, they may induce stomach trouble.
Trim the remaining stems back to two-thirds to one-half of their original length.
Reduce the amount of watering you give your 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 Radermachera Sinica leaves falling off? Not a reason to worry. It's because they require moist soil that drains effectively.
Does your Radermachera Sinica lose its leaves? Don't be startled. Because If suitable precautions are taken, they will regrow. Give it sufficient light and water.
China doll plants are evergreen plants that belong to the Bignoniaceae family and are native to Asia's subtropical mountainous regions. These plants are a beautiful addition to any indoor home garden collection, with their glossy emerald leaves and tiny shape. The thick glossy-green, fernlike leaves of the Radermachera China doll make it popular as a house plant.