Aspidistra elatior, the cast-iron-plant or bar-room plant, also known in Japanese as haran or baran is a species of flowering plant in the family Asparagaceae, native to Japan and Taiwan. Tolerant of neglect, it is widely cultivated as a houseplant, but can also be grown outside in shade where temperatures remain above −5 °C (23 °F). It is used as training material for the seika form of ikebana. Growing to 60 cm (24 in) tall and wide, it is an evergreen rhizomatous perennial, with glossy dark green leaves 30–50 cm (12–20 in) long, and fleshy, 8-lobed cream flowers with maroon colouring on the inner surface, borne in early summer.
Light requirements: When it comes to the light requirements for an Aspidistra it's very easy to get right. Providing it isn't direct sunlight it can pretty much deal with any light it's given.
Water: The Aspidistra's cast iron nature means it will deal with sporadic occasional watering easily and can work around dry soil. This houseplant is not a cactus though, so to really thrive it does need a reasonable amount of water during the growing season, although you'll need to let it dry out between watering's.
Soil Required: The state of the soil crucially contributed to a healthy, strong growth of the plant. Potting soil on a compost-base with a pH-value between 5.5 and 6.5 are ideally fitted. Generally, the pH-value is displayed on the packaging. To create conditions of growth, one can also create an individual soil.
temperature : A temperature range between 7°C - 29°C / 45°F - 85°F is ideal so you won't typically need to worry about this in the average home
تکثیر: در بهار گیاه را از گلدان خارج کرده و به نرمی خاک های اطراف ریشه ها را کنار بزنید .
– وضعیت ریشه ها و چگونگی تولید ساقه های زیر زمینی به شما می گوید که از گیاه مادری چند گلدان تهیه و تکثیر نمایید، با کارد تیز گیاه را تقسیم و در گلدان های کوچکتر جدید کاشت کنید. برای مدت دو روز آبیاری نکنید.
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