Anne Frank once said:
I firmly believe that nature brings solace in all troubles.
In that case, keeping and growing plants at within your house ought to be a basic requirement for every house. Other than the breathable air factor, keeping plants like Croton Petra indoors gives you a sense of peace.
However, knowing everything about the plant before getting it is the key factor in sustainable growing. They’re not as easy to grow and garden so you should know what you’re getting into beforehand.
Physical Features of Crotons
One of the most stunning parts of crotons is that they come in a large variety of colors. Commonly found in leaves of greens, yellows, reds, blacks, purples and oranges. Leaf shapes varies from long narrow to curvy curled. Croton petra are great to be potted as indoor plants if cared for and looked after on a daily basis.
Normally, they grow up to 10 feet tall. Some of the factors that contribute to successful growth include the type of Croton you’re growing, whether you are growing them inside or outside or what pots you select for these aesthetic leaf plants.
Growing Croton Plants at Home
To give your home or garden an aesthetic taste, you may consider planting a variety of croton species together as a group. This would be a great display and would capture the actual authentic beauty of the plant. When growing the plant yourself, you should fertilize three time a year usually using a granular fertilizer. If you somehow start finding burnt leaves of your croton, move it to a shadier area. You can also revitalize leaf color by rubbing leaves with a mixture of oil and water.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. How Tall Do Crotons Grow?
A. Crotons grow anywhere between 3 – 8 feet tall.
Q. How To Take Care of Croton Plant?
A. Sunlight, soil & water are the three most important factors to taking care of crotons. Go to Croton Plant Care for more.
Q. Are Croton Plant Safe For Cats?
A. No, Croton Plants are poisonous. They should not be kept in a house with kids or pets.
So, get your gardening kits in hand and get the perfect pots for croton plants. Get ready to get your hands dirty. And remember, we always got your back. Happy gardening!