Lilac, purple and dark purple Uzambar violets affect the imagination of saturation and depths. With proper care, these unpretentious indoor plants can enchant their owner lush and abundant blossom most of the time a year. What are the varieties of lilac and purple sensipoliums are popular with flower water? What are the rules for the care of them?
Description of varieties
“Le lilac rain” – variety Palcant with large terry flowers of soft lilac coloring and fantasy dark purple divorces. Diameter of flowers can vary from 4.5 to 5.5 cm. Leaves – large, uniform emerald coloring with light beige wave-like edges. Sockets are characterized by extraordinary compactness and adolescence. Grade unprecedented to care.
“Le-lilac tenderness” – unpretentious grade forming large and lush lilac-white or white-pink star-shaped flowers. Fleshy juicy leaves have a slightly pointed top. Coloring of leaves – uniform, emerald or dark green.
“Lilac Charm” – Elegant sensipolia with large fringe flowers of pale lilac color and thin saturated violet cart. Characteristic feature are 3 purple celebrations located in the center of the flower. Leaves have the right rounded shape and slightly wavy edges. The variety is very decorative, it is distinguished by rich and surprisingly long blossom.
“N-lilac emoticon” – Drafting Satpolia with large fringe flowers of amethyst color with bright white edging. Rounded leaves have a deep dark green color from the outside and reddish – with internal. Flowerines massively form in the center of a compact outlet.
“RS-Lilac Miracle” – Very spectacular grade of SENPOLIY, Forming large terry flowers of pale purple coloring and laid edge. Diameter of flowers can reach 7 centimeters. Leaves – simple, have a rounded shape and uniform green color. The diameter of the socket is about 25 centimeters. The variety is considered very unpretentious, easy to care and reproduction.
“Lilac excitement” – Elegant Uzambar violet with very large buggy flowers. Two-color petals combine dark purple and pale purple shades, successfully harmonizing with dark emerald foliage. Leaves from the inside have a reddish color.
Specific feature of this variety – lush, abundant and long blossom.
“PT-Siren Dal” – Original variety with large simple or semi-world flowers. Petals of light amethyst colors with saturated purple blackout on wavy edges. The plant forms a neat outlet of the particle leaves, having a dark emerald core and light beige uneven edging.
“Lilac sand” – grade of Uzambar violet, having an original and spectacular color. The peculiarity of the plant is its simple gentle-pink large flowers, destroyed by the scratching of small dark purple splashes and fed by the Cant of the same shade. The leaves have a classic oval shape and painting, varying from pale green to a uniform dark emerald shade.
“Purple Haze” – Uzambar violet forming a beautiful and compact outlet from emerald juicy leaves with gear edges. During the flowering period, multiple blooms are formed, located in the center of the outlet. Color painting varies from pale amethyst to violet. Corrugated petals have intricate wave-like edges. The variety is considered to be demanding of care, with non-compliance with the rules of which the plant ceases to bloom.
“Lilac watercolor” – Very spectacular variety, notable with its large bulk flowers of pale amethyst coloring with white spots, shifted to the edge or to the center of petals. Beautiful blurred transition from white to light purple shade creates a bright contrast against the background of dark green velvet leaves.
“Av-violet elephant” – relatively young grade forms a large number of buds during flowering period. Very large terry flowers are collected in thick bulk brushes. Petal coloring – uniform and saturated indigo color with elegant white edge at the edges.
“Lilac charm” – Unusually beautiful grade, appreciated by flower water for its impressive decorativeness. Flowers of this Uzambar violet can have both a terry and semi-grade form. The highlight of the variety is the amazing color of the petals – the smallest and numerous lilac-raspberry splashes on a gentle pearly pink background. It is noteworthy that closer to the edges of the petals splashes are constructed, turning into a beautiful dark lilac edging.
“Co-lilac paradise” – Amazing beauty grade SENPOLIY, distinguished by a proportional compact outlet. During the flowering period in the center of the outlet, a lush hat is formed from flowers of soft-amethyst colors. Petals allowed light snow kime. The leaves have the right rounded outlines, wave-like edges and slightly pointed top.
How to care?
Uzambar violets – one of the few representatives of the world of decorative flora, capable of delighting their owner of violent blossom a significant part of the time a year. With competent care and attentive terms, these responsive plants can bloom up to 10 months, leaving itself quite a little time to restore. In order for SENPOLIA to bloom for a long time and magnificently, they need to provide the following conditions:
- sufficient illumination;
- moderate watering mode;
- optimal temperature mode;
- Stable indoor air humidity.
SENPOLIA are plants requiring abundant, but scattered lighting. A sufficient amount of light during the day provides them with a full-fledged photosynthesis process, due to which Uzambar violets can develop normally and blossom.
To increase the duration of flowering, experimental rabbers are used by the readiness carried out using phytolamps or luminescent lighting sources.
Uzambar violets prettyly carry a light drought, which is less harmful to them than abundant watering. So that the plants feel good, it is necessary to provide them regular, but moderate watering. Watering sensipolia only with the resistant soft water of the same temperature as the air temperature.
The difference between air and water temperatures should be no more than 5 ° C.
SENPOLIA – Heat-loving plants, painfully perceive down and air temperature drops. Experienced flowers are recommended to maintain the temperature in the room where the Uzambar violets are growing, stable at 25 ° C. Reducing the temperature to 15 ° C or its increase to 30 ° C destructively affects the state of sensipoly. Under such conditions, they are suspended in development, flowering cease, and in some cases they die at all.
So that SENPOLIA can fully develop and long bloom, they need constant air humidity at 40-50%. To maintain a stable humidity, you can keep at home a special moisturizer, adjusting its settings. Another way to ensure the necessary air humidity, provides for installation next to a sepolya of a bowl or water pan. As water evaporates, water will saturate the air moisture that in hot weather will protect the plants from drying.
It should be noted that the lack of moisture for SENPOLID is less harmful than excess. With too high humidity or fever of the Earth in a pot, Uzambar violets are rapidly attacked by the attack of rotten. Their fleshy and juicy leaves are able to maintain a certain stock of moisture, which is gradually spent if necessary. However, excess moisture these plants are transferred very painfully, starting to drop flowers and rot.
So that the lilac-purple palette of the paints pleased the brightness and variety of shades, SENPOLIAM must be ensured quite abundant, but soft lighting, as well as steady temperature regime.
In winter, for the extension of the flowering period, the plant is shoved, which allows them to continue the full development and formation of buds even with a shortened day.
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