Dischidia, 6in HB, Geri
Dischidia, 6in HB, Geri
Dischidia, 6in HB, Geri
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Dischidia, 6in HB, Geri

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The Geri Dischidia is a fun variety with small leaves, that trails beautifully and will be a fun, easy to care for, cheerful plant to have in any living space.

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Attributes

Type: Tropical
Height: 2 in - 4 in
Spread: Up to 5 feet
Light: Bright Indirect
Water: Moderate
Zone: 10 - 11
Pet Safe: Not known to be toxic, but best to keep away from pets

Care

General Maintenance: You can have this plant trail out of a hanging basket, or it will also happily climb around a moss pole or trellis. These plants prefer to be snug in their pot, so they do not need to be repotted into a bigger size pot often.

Temperature: Regular household temperatures will be fine. Keep between 12°C and 32°C.

Light: Keep in a bright area but avoid direct sunlight.

Watering: Water only once the soil has dried out a few inches. These plants do not like to be too wet and can tolerate drought. Regular household humidity is fine, but they will enjoy a bit of misting or a pebble tray.

Soil: Any mix that is lightweight and well-draining, as this plant is prone to root rot. They prefer something like coco fibre/coco husk and bark rather than soil, due to being epiphytic.

Fertilizer: Not generally required. If you prefer to fertilize, you can use a diluted liquid fertilizer during the spring and summer months. Change the soil once a year to provide the plant more nutrients.
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