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Shrubs growing at home are notable for their small growth and relative unpretentiousness in organizing their care. Most often, the conditions for their cultivation in the room should be close to natural. It is necessary for obtaining beautiful and long flowering. For the most part, home-grown shrubs are crops intended for cultivation in the open field. In particular, it should be understood that they all require pollination for fruiting. Otherwise, indoor flowering shrubs will delight the eye with gorgeous buds, but will never produce fruit. For example, look at citrus crops, which are often grown on window sills.

See the decorative flowering shrubs in the photo, which shows numerous species suitable for growing at home:

Brovallia - low beautiful flowering shrub (with photo)

Browallia speciosa - low flowering shrub height 30-50 cm, with dark green leaves and a lot of sitting in the leaf axils of blue, purple or white flowers that appear throughout the year. For sale mostly comes as an annual indoor plant.

Family: Solanaceae (Solanaceae).

Homeland: Tropical regions of America.

Temperature: Increased in summer (over 20 ° C), slightly lower in winter.

Substrate: Flower soil mix.

Watering: In the summer to water plentifully, in the winter moderately (not to allow rotting).

Top dressing: During the growing season fertilize weekly.

Transfer: Not required, because Bauvallia at the end of the growing season becomes nondescript and therefore cultivated as an annual plant.

Reproduction: Cuttings or seeds in February at a temperature of soil 20-25 ° С. Light-sown seeds: sow on the surface of the soil, do not cover the ground and put on a bright window sill.

Pests, diseases: Whitefly.

Caution! Like all plants of the Solanaceae family, borallia is poisonous.

Look at the beautiful flowering bushes of the forest on the photo, where all its decorative properties are illustrated:

Citrus - indoor plant in the form of a bush

Citrus

Decorative edible fruits, white fragrant flowers, evergreen leathery, brilliant leaves made citrus the favorite indoor and greenhouse plants. The flowers and fruits of citrus appear after a year, often at the same time. Fruits do not fall off for weeks, sometimes for months.

Family: Rutaceae (Rutace).

Homeland: Southeast Asia.

location For this indoor plant in the form of a bush - bright diffused or solar lighting all year round.

Temperature: In the summer it is best to put the plant in the open air, in a warm, protected place. In winter, 15-18 ° C.

Air humidity: Spray frequently.

Substrate: Flower soil mix.

Watering: From spring to autumn to water plentifully, in the winter little by little. Water soften.

Top dressing: From March to August weekly in small doses.

Transfer: When filling the whole earth coma roots.

Trimming: If possible, trim as little as possible.

Reproduction: With difficulties. Cuttings in a warm breeding greenhouse.

Pests, diseases: Shatter pads, pinches, spider mites, yellowing of leaves (chlorosis).

Important! Do not allow over drying and remoistening of the earthy coma.

Shrub clerodendron - indoor flowers

Clerodendron

This is a powerful climbing bush, a klerodendron shrub - these are indoor flowers that reach 4 m in places of natural growth. From March they are decorated with numerous lush inflorescences - umbrellas of bright red flowers framed in snowy white sepals. Usually sold plants treated with chemical growth inhibitors.

Family: Verbenaceae (Verbenaceae).

Homeland: West Africa, Cameroon, Congo.

Location: Very bright and yet not bright sunny.

Temperature: Loves warmth. From mid-December to mid-February, it winters at 12 ° C, dropping foliage.

Air humidity: High. Spray frequently.

Substrate: Flower soil mix.

Watering: Lightly moisten the soil with softened water.

Top dressing: Fertilize weekly from March to August.

Transfer: In the spring, if necessary.

Trimming: Prune shoots when transplanting.

Reproduction: Cuttings in May at a temperature of soil 20-25 ° С.

Pests, diseases: The fall of flowers and buds, leaf spot.

Klerodendron is best grown in a closed window or in the winter garden.

Flowering home shrubs: names of plants and photos

It is necessary to cultivate flowering home shrubs with proper selection of crops. Not all of them are suitable for protected ground. The most suitable are selected and presented further on the page.

See photos and names of home shrubs that give active flowering in an apartment, office or home:

Hypocirta - Hypocyrta glabra

Hypocyte houseplants are shrubs with leathery leaves that indicate that the culture feels better in a dry atmosphere than most of its tropical relatives.

Look at these home shrubs in the photo, which shows the different periods of plant growth:

It can be bought in flower shops from late summer to next spring in bloom. Good ampelnaya plant.

Family: Gesnenaceae (Gesnerievye).

Homeland: Бразилия.

Location: Very bright, but without direct sunlight. In the summer you can hang on a tree with sparse foliage.

Temperature: Loves warmth all year round, but from December to February the plant should be kept at 12-15 ° С, which contributes to the formation of buds.

Substrate: Flower soil mix.

Watering: From spring to autumn, slightly moisturize the soil, almost no water in winter. Does not tolerate overmoistening.

Top dressing: From March to August, once a week in 2, fertilize in small doses.

Transfer: In the spring.

Trimming: After flowering a light pruning: it contributes to the growth of new shoots and tillering.

Reproduction: Summer division and apical cuttings at soil temperature 20 ° C.

Pests, diseases: Aphids.

Jacobinia - Jacobinia pauciflora

Of the various types of Jacobinia 50, the most popular as a houseplant is Jacobinia pauciflora. Evergreen dense shrub is ideal for a winter garden with a cool atmosphere. Jacobinia reaches in height 30-60 cm and is decorated with numerous flowers, red at the base and orange at the ends. Jacobinia carnea (Jacobinia myasokrasnaya) - greenhouse plant.

Family: Acanthaceae (Acanthus).

Homeland: Brazil. Location All year round, bright and sunny, in the summer is best in the open air.

Temperature: In winter around 15 ° C.

Substrate: Flower soil mix.

Watering: Moderately moisturize the soil. In winter, water less.

Top dressing: From March to August, feed once every 14 days.

Transfer: Spring after flowering.

Trimming: When transplanting pruned shoots in half.

Reproduction: In spring, green, non-lignified cuttings at soil temperature 20-22 ° С. Pinch 2-3 times.

Pests, diseases: Spider mite, aphids. Twisting the tips of the leaves, falling leaves.

Important! Root ball can not overdry.

Medinilla - Medinilla magnifica

This tropical shrub with elegantly overhanging 40-centimeters peduncles with panicle inflorescences and large dark green leaves. It is considered one of the most luxurious ornamental flowering plants.

Family: Melastomataceae (Melastomovye). Homeland Island Luzon - Philippines.

Location: Light, without direct sunlight.

Temperature: Over 20 ° C. A good plant for greenhouses. In winter, put on a 2 month in a cooler place (16 ° C), which contributes to the development of flower buds.

Air humidity: High. Spray frequently and take care of indirect air moistening.

Substrate: Flower soil with the addition of polystyrene chips.

Watering: In winter, water sparingly. With the appearance of kidneys, increase watering and increase the air temperature. Water with soft water.

Top dressing: From March to August once a week.

Transfer: If necessary - in the spring.

Reproduction: Spring apical cuttings at soil temperature 25-30 ° С. Reproduces with difficulty.

Pests, diseases: Growth disorders.

After budding do not move the plant from its place.

Pentas - Pentas lanceolate

In room culture, shrub height from 30 to 60 cm, erect or creeping, blooms with apical inflorescences of white, salmon, pink and bright red. Leaves ovate to oblong, elliptical, pubescent.

Family: Rubiacea (Madden).

Homeland: Tropical Africa.

Location: All year round a lot of light, but not direct solar.

Temperature: In the summer - warm and plenty of air, including outside; in winter it is cool from 12 to 15 ° C.

Substrate: Flower soil mix.

Watering: Moderate, soft water. After flowering, until a new shoot is formed, keep it somewhat drier.

Top dressing: Every 14 days in small doses.

Transfer: In the spring.

Reproduction: Spring apical cuttings at soil temperatures from 20 to 25 ° C.

Pests, diseases: Yellowing leaves.

Important! Avoid stagnant waterlogging! Pentas is treated with growth retarding substances, which maintains its compactness only for a limited time. Therefore, the plant should be cut more often, until the flower buds have appeared.

Other indoor shrubs: names and photos

There are other indoor shrubs, which provide with proper care, lush and prolonged flowering. Then you can find the name of indoor shrubs that once came across, but it was not possible to recognize the culture.

See photos and names of indoor shrubs and remember their appearance, which is colorfully illustrated further:

Stefanotis - Stefa nods floribunda

Stephanotis is an evergreen climbing shrub, for whose long shoots support is needed. The fragrant asterisks of the flowers of this plant are collected in pleiochasia, or false umbrellas. At a certain temperature and intense light, flowering is possible in winter.

Family: Asdepiadaceae (Lastovnevye).

Homeland: Madagascar.

Location: A lot of light and air. Mark the direction of light falling!

Temperature: In the summer of 20-25 ° С, in the winter of 12-14 ° С.

Air humidity: In the summer to spray.

Substrate: Flower soil mix.

Watering: From March to August, water plentifully. Then, until January, maintain a light substrate moisture.

Top dressing: From March to August every week.

Transfer: If necessary in the spring.

Trimming: Bare shoots shorten.

Reproduction: Top or other cuttings from spring to summer at soil temperature 20-25 ° С.

Pests, diseases: Spider mite, aphids and scale insects, yellowing of leaves, abscission of buds and leaves.

Important! Earthy ball should not dry out.

Look at the numerous photos of indoor shrubs, where various forms of home cultures are shown in all their glory:

Pavonia - Triplochamys multiflora

Interesting flowers of this small evergreen shrub have a purple-red wrapping and a slightly darker corolla. Pink pistil stigma, blue stamens.

Family: Malvaceae.

Homeland: Бразилия.

Location: Bright year round.

Temperature: Loves warmth. In winter it is also not lower than 15 ° С.

Air humidity: High. Spray often, trying not to fall on the flowers. Take care of artificial humidification.

Substrate: Flower soil mix.

Watering: All year to maintain only moderate humidity. Water soften.

Top dressing: From March to August every week with small doses of fertilizer.

Transfer: In the spring.

Trimming: Pruning after flowering.

Reproduction: Spring apical cuttings at soil temperature 30 ° C.

Pests, diseases: Spider mite.

Important! Do not wet the flowers. Goethea saifrara with flowers growing from July to October on the sides of the stem requires a similar care.

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