Ixora Dwarf Pink, West Indian Jasmine, Viruchi, Kheme, Ponna, Chann Tanea, Techi, Pan, Siantan, Jarum-jarum/jejarum, Jungle Flame, Jungle Geranium, Cruz De Malta
Bright indirect light
Ixora Dwarf Pink
The clusters of star-shaped flowers of Ixora Dwarf Pink look beautiful. Ixora is a genus of flowering plants in the Rubiaceae family. It consists of tropical evergreen trees and shrubs and holds around 500 species.
Ixora Dwarf Pink likes bright light, but you should avoid direct sunlight in summer. The most important thing to remember when planting Ixora Dwarf Pink is that it must be planted in acidic soil because alkaline soil can result in yellow foliage. You don’t need to worry about it as we shall send it in proper soil mix with perfect pot. But when you re-pot the plant keep this in mind that these acid-loving plants thrive in rich, moist, peat-based soil. Ixora likes to be watered, but you shouldn’t do it excessively. Keep soil continuously moist, but reduce watering in the winter. Very high humidity is preferred.
Ixora Dwarf Pink is popularly used as ornamental or as low hedges because of their shrub form and compact appearance. It’s also graduated for using in a patio or as houseplant. They look attractive when they bloom profusely. However, after blooming, it will take some time for Dwarf Ixora to re-bloom. These plants are dependable bloomers, love the sun, and fit nicely into any size landscape. Ixora flowers are commonly used in Hindu worship, as well as in ayurveda and Indian folk medicine.
Dos and Don’ts after receiving the plant
- Do not re-pot the plant immediately after receiving. We’ve taken care of that with better pot and rich soil.
- Keep the plant in indirect sunlight for 3 to 7 days.
- Always check the soil moisture and keep the plant hydrated all time. Do not over water it.