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A flower with long leaves can be used in an ampel culture, and can create a composite background. Choosing a room flower with long leaves, you should pay attention to the recommendations for its agricultural practices in closed ground. This is the most important circumstance. With the right selection of arrangements for the care of flowers will be much simpler. It is necessary to understand that a plant with long leaves is demanding to make a large amount of nitrogenous fertilizers in the soil and in the form of top dressing.

If you carefully review the brief description with agrotechnical advice on the organization of care, then it will be much easier to create favorable conditions for the growth and development of crops. Moreover, not every houseplant with long leaves can be put in the kitchen or in the bathroom. Some of them are demanding in terms of lighting.

See what a flower with long leaves in the photo can be like, where representatives of different cultures are shown:

The name of the indoor flower with long narrow leaves - Air (with photo)

Sweet flag of cereal (Acorus gramineus)

Narrow, reed leaves grow back to 50 cm in height from the rhizome, part of which is located above the ground. The sweet flag of acacia (Acorus gramineus) 'Variegatus' is a room flower with long narrow leaves, it is distinguished by yellow color, 'Albovariegatus' - with white stripes. Particularly undersized variety 'Pusillus' grows only to 10, see.

Family: Agaseae (Aroid).

Homeland flower with long narrow leaves: Japan, China, Thailand, India.

Temperature. He likes room temperature in summer, in winter from 0 to 18 ° С.

Air humidity. No special preference.

Substrate. Flower soil with a slight addition of loam.

Watering. Put the pot in the pan with water.

Top dressing. In spring and summer every 2 weeks, in winter every 6 weeks.

Transfer. If necessary.

Breeding. The division of rhizomes in spring.

Pests, diseases. Seldom.

Important Air! - a marsh plant, it should never dry out!

Look at this flower with long narrow leaves in the photo and the name will be remembered by itself, since the appearance of the culture is very characteristic:

Aloe flower - a homemade plant with long, thick and spiny leaves.

Aloe variegata (brindle aloe)

A typical succulent plant with long, spiny leaves, most often in the form of a rosette. In Aloe variegata (tiger aloe), light transverse stripes are “drawn” on the leaves, and the leaves themselves are arranged one above the other in a tight spiral. In all species aloe bloom only adult plants.

Family: Liliaceae (Liliaceae).

Homeland: Africa.

location For this home plant with long leaves should be sunny, in the summer it is best to place outdoors in a protected place.

Temperature. Room, in the winter cool is necessary.

Air humidity: flower with thick long leaves easily tolerates dry air.

Substrate. Flower soil with 1 \ 3 sand.

Watering. Maintain moderate soil moisture; winter less water.

Top dressing. In the summer every 3 week to apply fertilizer for cacti.

Transfer. If necessary, replant plants.

Breeding. Side shoots, cuttings of shoots or seeds.

Pests, diseases: Phylloxera.

Important! Avoid stagnant waterlogging. Place a layer of sand or perlite about 5 cm thick on the surface of the substrate - the lower part of the stem will not rot.

See this houseplant with long leaves in the photo, where adults and well-decorated specimens are shown:

Bokarneya - a flower with long, thin and narrow leaves (with photo)

Bokarneya

First of all, because of its unusual shape and unpretentiousness, this plant is very popular today. The cortical trunk up to 1,5 m at the base is very thick. Long thin leaves evenly spaced around the stem-stem. The leaves are lanceolate, gray-green, grow in length to 60 cm. In the natural conditions of Central America, this shrub can reach 10 m in height. Another name for this houseplant with long leaves is the bottle tree.

Family. Agavaceae (Agave).

Homeland. Mexico.

Location. Sunny light.

Temperature. In summer it is necessary to warm, in winter to provide a rest period at 10-15 ° С.

Air humidity. Irrelevant.

Substrate. Sheet soil with the addition of loam and sand.

Watering. Wet in summer, dry in winter. Avoid stagnant waterlogging!

Top dressing. In the summer every 4 week.

Transfer. If necessary.

Breeding. Side shoots, under the hood.

Pests, diseases. Shchitovki.

Important! Summer put on the street. Bokarnay can be grown in a tub.

Look at the flower with long narrow leaves in the photo, where the variants of using culture in gardening of premises are demonstrated:

Caladium - indoor plant with long narrow leaves (with photo)

Caladium

Because of its arrow-shaped variegated plates, Caladium is considered one of the most attractive plants with long narrow leaves, but, unfortunately, it is sensitive to dry air. On sale most often there are houseplants with long narrow leaves of hybrid type with two-color coloring.

Only a tuber overwinters near the caladium.

Family: Agaseae (Aroid).

Homeland: South America, primarily the Amazon.

Location. A lot of light, but not direct sun.

Temperature. From 22 to 25 ° C.

Air humidity. Must be maintained at 70%. It is recommended to spray long narrow leaves, but do not fall on the buds.

Substrate. Flower soil mix.

Watering. Daily. Since September, watered much less leaves dry.

Top dressing. Every week.

Transfer. Leave the tubers dry in a pot, since February it can be transplanted into fresh ground.

Breeding. The division of tubers.

Pests, diseases. Seldom.

Important! Do not wet the leaves.

Caution! Contains substances irritating the skin and mucous membranes.

Look at the plant with narrow long leaves in the photo, where different periods of its development are illustrated:

Grevillea - home flowers with long leaves

Grevillea

Filigree indoor tree - Grevillea Hoveyu located in the center of the room. These home flowers with long leaves, a very fast growing culture with silvery-green feathery leaves can reach a height of just under a few years in a pot of 2 m. In their homeland in Australia, individual instances grow to 50 m in height.

Family: Proteaceae (Proteus).

Homeland: Australia.

Location. Very bright, only sunny in winter.

Temperature. Not too warm in winter to 18 ° C.

Air humidity. In a warm room to maintain high humidity. Do not spray.

Substrate. Sheet soil mix with loam.

Watering. In the summer to maintain a constant soil moisture, in the winter to water more economically.

Top dressing. In the summer every week, in the winter not to feed.

Transfer. If necessary; under certain conditions, even 2 times a year.

Breeding. Seeds or cuttings of shoots.

Pests, diseases. Red tick.

Important! In the summer, expose to the open air in partial shade. Does not tolerate lime in the substrate and in water for irrigation. Large grevilleas are very good in the hallway next to the door, both indoors and out.

Look at this plant with long leaves in the photo, which shows the various forms of its cultivation:

Howey - flower with long green leaves

Howay Forster (Howeia forsteriana)

It grows quickly, reaches 2,5 m in height and 3 m in width, is distinguished by small dotted scales on the underside of the leaves.

Khoveya Belmor (N. beltogeapa) develops more slowly and reaches only 1,8 m in width. Dark green leaves with short petioles are directed upwards and curved. This flower with long green leaves does not require special care.

Family: Agesesasee (Palms).

Homeland: Australia.

Location. They can stand on a not too bright place, but they feel better in a well-lit place without a direct sun.

Temperature. Up to 25 ° С, not lower than 15 ° С.

Air humidity. It carries dry air.

Substrate. Flower soil and 1 \ 3 loam.

Watering. The ground should be wet.

Top dressing. In the summer every week.

Transfer. If necessary.

Breeding. Seeds.

Pests, diseases. Spider mite, aphids, heart rot (with stagnant overmoistening).

Important! In the summer to put on the street, especially adult plants. Protect from the midday sun. In the winter, the hovey loves the shower, which also prevents the appearance of pests.

Neoregelia (Neoregelia)

Narrow sword-shaped leaves form a flat rosette. During flowering in most species, the color of the leaves clearly changes: in some, the tips of the leaves turn bright red (Neoregelia spectabilis), in others the leaves in the center of the rosette (Neoregelia carolinae) turn red. Unusual beautiful color lasts for months. Plants are suspended on trunks, cultivated as epiphytes.

Family: Bromeliaceae (Bromeliads).

Homeland: Бразилия.

Location. Light, a little sun.

Temperature. Room, in winter, too, not lower than 18 ° C.

Air humidity. High enough. Do not spray, provide artificial moisture.

Substrate. Low fertility, peat with styrene powder, as for epiphytes.

Watering. Soft water in the funnel, the substrate is wet.

Top dressing. Every 2 week in half concentration, also in the funnel.

Transfer. Not required.

Breeding. By scraps.

Pests, diseases. Seldom.

Important! Every 2 week to drain the old water from the funnel, add a new one.

Pepper (Piper)

Wide and long leaves heart-shaped with a lively pattern in the "variegated" varieties of saffron-yellow pepper (Piper crocatum) and garnished pepper. They are more decorative than monochrome leaves of black pepper (Piper nigrum), but this pepper is less sensitive to environmental conditions. Excellent ampelnoy and climbing plant.

Family: Piperaceae (Pepper).

Homeland: East Asia, the tropics.

Location. A lot of light, but not bright sun. Piper nigrum feels great in the shade.

Temperature. From 8 to 23 ° С, in winter - not lower than 10 ° С.

Air humidity. At least 60%, Piper nigrum transfers and dry air.

Substrate. Flower soil, compost and garden soil.

Watering. Softened water, do not allow to dry.

Top dressing. In the summer every 2 week.

Transfer. Every spring.

Breeding. Apical or shoots at high soil temperatures.

Pests, diseases. Seldom.

Important! It hibernates best in a heated greenhouse.

Poliscias (Polyscias)

These ornamental plants can reach a very large height, in a spacious pot up to 2 m. Polyscias filicifolia, Polyscias fruticosa and Polyscias guifoylei have irregularly feathery or at least strongly cut bright green leaves.

In Polyscias balfouriana, they are almost round, hardly noticeably serrated, and in some varieties with light edges or with a yellow pattern.

Family: Araliacea, (Araliaceae).

Homeland: Tropical Asia, Polynesia.

Location. Light or partial shade, without the sun.

Temperature. Very warm, not lower than 18 ° C.

Air humidity. High. Daily spray; provide artificial moisture.

Substrate. Flower soil mix.

Watering. Only maintain moisture, does not tolerate dampness. Use soft water at room temperature.

Top dressing. Every 2 week, in the winter every 6 week.

Transfer. Every 2 of the year.

Breeding. Cuttings at high soil temperature.

Rapis - palm with narrow long leaves

Rapis

This type of palm trees with narrow long leaves is very hardy, feels great in not very bright places and reaches the height of 1 m (Rhapis humilis) and 2 m (Rhapis excelsa). On the long petioles of the high and low rapeseeds (Rhapis excelsa and Rhapis humilis), which are almost impossible to distinguish, are fanned from 3 to 10 leaves.

Family: Agesesasee (Palms).

Homeland: China, Japan.

Location: Light or shady, in the winter also the sun.

Temperature. Room; in winter around 10 ° C, but it can winter and warm.

Air humidity. It does not matter. Leaves are sometimes recommended to spray.

Substrate. Flower soil with 1 \ 4 loam.

Watering. In the summer it is plentiful, in the winter, in a cool, economical.

Top dressing. In the summer, every 2 week, in the winter, cool, do not fertilize.

Transfer. Every 2 of the year.

Breeding. Seeds, root suckers.

Pests, diseases. Seldom.

Important! Keep away from drafts. Rapis loves to stand in the shady summer outside; sun burns are possible.

Stenotafrum (grass of St. Augustine) Stenotaphrum.

Tropical grass forms long shoots with short branches, on which are located light green leaves with cream stripes. Shoots that, in nature, spread along the ground, hang over the edge of the pot. Stenotaphrum is a good ampelous plant.

Family: Roaseae (Cereals).

Location. A lot of light, full sun.

Temperature. Not higher than 22 ° С, cooler in winter, not lower than 10 ° С.

Air humidity. Does not tolerate too dry air indoors.

Substrate. Flower soil mix.

Watering. Do not allow to dry completely, avoid stagnant waterlogging.

Top dressing. Every 3 week, in the winter every 8 week.

Transfer. Every spring.

Pruning. In order for the plant to grow more dense, when transplanting it should be strongly cut.

Breeding. Parts of shoots, roots sprout from the nodes.

Pests, diseases. Red tick, thrips.

Important! The plant requires a spacious pot.

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