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Homalomena Maggy

Homalomena Maggy

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A recently introduced plant, Homalomena houseplants are the darling of homeowners and interior landscapers alike due to their ease of care, disease resistance, and tolerance of low lighting conditions and stress.

What is Homalomena?

Homalomenas are tropical to subtropical native plants found in such humid climes of Columbia, Costa Rica, Borneo, Java, Sumatra, Malaysia and the Philippines.

Read more at Gardening Know How: Homalomena Houseplants: How To Grow Homalomena https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/houseplants/homalomena/homalomena-houseplants.htm

Homalomenas are tropical to subtropical native plants found in such humid climes of Columbia, Costa Rica, Borneo, Java, Sumatra, Malaysia and the Philippines.

Homalomena foliage and stems run the gamut from deep greens to reds, burgundies, and copper tones. Appearing to be waxen, the leaves are of a heart or semi-heart shape speaking to the common names for Homalomena: “queen of hearts” or “shield plant.” Homalomena houseplants have attractive but very few finger-like blooms.

Homalomena houseplants do well in medium to low light exposures but truly thrive in medium light conditions. An over abundance of sun can scorch the foliage, causing burnt spots on the leaves. Homalomena care will also include a regular watering schedule. Homalomena plants do not like to be dry, nor do they like to be sitting in water. Saturate the soil and be sure to provide good drainage. Fertilize regularly with a liquid plant food used at the strength recommended by the manufacturer.

We recommend the Australian Munash Organics soil food and foliage spray to keep you plants happy and healthy!

Delivery - Spend $69 or more online in our plantary and we offer FREE delivery within Tasmania (not including PO BOX) our plants come via courier Fast Way.

A recently introduced plant, Homalomena houseplants are the darling of homeowners and interior landscapers alike due to their ease of care, disease resistance, and tolerance o

Read more at Gardening Know How: Homalomena Houseplants: How To Grow Homalomena https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/houseplants/homalomena/homalomena-houseplants.htm
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