Edmundoa Perplexa

Description

Edmundoa perplexa is a plant species in the genus Edmundoa. This species is endemic to Brazil.

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Edmundoa Perplexa Care

Overview

Humidity
More than 70%
Light
Medium (Light - Indirect)
Soil
Mix soil
Temperature
15 - 24
Watering
Low

Humidity

Edmundoa Perplexa naturally grow in the tropics and subtropics, so they like higher humidity. These plants are adaptable and can do very well in average humidity. Keep in mind that as the temperature rises these indoor plants will need more humidity.

Light

This plant prefers bright, yet indirect, sunlight at all times. Too much sunlight will cause the leaves to sunburn and damage the flower.

Soil

When grown as a house plant, this plant requires an orchid or bromeliad soil mixture. This can be simulated with a one part gardening soil to two parts perlite or tree bark mixture.

Temperature

The colorful bracts last longer if you keep the temperature between 60 °-75 ° F (17 °- 24 ° C).

Watering

Fill the center vase with water - using distilled or rain-sourced water and change it every four to six weeks. The soil needs to be kept slightly moist but not soaked.

Fertilizing

While misting the Edmundoa Perplexa plant you can add a weak diluted fertilizer from spring - summer, twice a month.

Propagation

Propagate by removing offsets (pups) and provide the plant with it's own mount, whatever time of year .