Difenbahia (Dieffenbachia amoena) is a very poisonous plant, but Diphenbahia has a solid tree, oval leaves, green, greenish-green or white-green Difenbah. There are about 30 species, several of them can be grown as a square flowerpot or planted on other decorative plants
Repair from Rwanda, South America. It has been named after a German botanist
Difenbahia does not like the direct sunlight, as well as the proximity of the heat sources, the wind, and the overturn. The southbound corresponds to the east or the north, the humid country, the high humidity of the air. Deifenbahi with hinged leaves only need light. With lukewarm water without lime to fertilize the plant during the flight and the spring, swim with lukewarm water 2-3 times per week, and in the winter only once a week, depending on the room temperature. Serve only when the temperature is high, spraying is mandatory but carefully, because it is very subtle to the fungus. Cover the sheets with a damp cloth. Difenbahia can be kept in rooms from 15 to 18 o’clock, it can treat up to 24 degrees.
You can put the standard Difenbahia in the spring, the kettle should always be for 2 more, it is very important to provide it with drainage, put a medium tiny sledge on the bottom of the pots, stripped with styrofoam. You can spread the pothole with high cuttings, sloping over the old flipper, it can have 3-4 sheets, so it should be two days to rest, then put it in the ground and pebbles, 21-24 room temperature. In the other way you can pull the stabilizer a long 8cm. there are 3-4 the old dowel, the lower part of the drip into the “overflow solution” When doing cuts, you must wear gloves because it is very poisonous.
If you suspect that the leaves are falling, then it means that it is cold. If its leaves are yellow and rusty, it means Difenbahia is exposed to a low temperature. If you suspect her new leaves are tiny, then it needs light . If a paucin appears, the lower leaves are yellow, the room requires a damp air, sprinkle it with an “acaricide.” If it looks like a spoon of cotton, white wool, it means a perennial plant is endangered, it has woolen pots, try to remove it with wax soaked alcohol or spill with insecticide.
If you have a small child, hold the Difenbahia away from them, when folding up the fingers, doing cutting, you must wear protective gloves.