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We list the plants in the video

one Decembrist

The rule that if indoor flowers are not rotated or moved, they will grow crooked, is not true for all plants. For example, if you rearrange the pot with the Decembrist at the moment when the buds appeared, they may fall off without opening. This is due to the fact that after a rearrangement, the biological rhythm of the plant may go astray.

It is better to immediately choose a permanent place for the Decembrist near the window, where there will be enough light. It is not worth putting on the windowsill, especially on the south side of the apartment or house — direct midday rays can burn the leaves.

2 Hibiscus

Hibiscus can react sharply to the fact that the sun’s rays after the rearrangement will fall differently. It is especially dangerous to move it during flowering. And if there is still an urgent need (for example, you need to wash the window and window sill), it is important to return the pot to the same position so that the direction of the sun’s rays is preserved.

Use the following advice: stick a pencil into the ground so that the inscription on it is turned towards the window. So you can navigate by it when you put the pot in place.

3 Orchid

Orchids are rather finicky indoor plants that are very sensitive to any changes in the environment. At the same time, in nature, they do not grow perfectly straight, as in flower shops, but intricately curved. If you don’t like it, don’t be in a hurry to change the direction of growth by moving or turning the plant. Use a small plastic orchid support that is easy to find at the store or make your own. She will support the stem and set the direction for growth without harming the flower.

four Lemon

If you grow an ornamental lemon at home, you will certainly want to decorate the interior with it and find the perfect place. But try to do the rearrangement no more than 2-3 times a year. Otherwise, the tree simply will not have time to rebuild, even if both the new and the old place suit it well. Also, carefully choose each new place: it should be very well lit, without drafts. Lemon can also be taken out to the balcony if your region has a warm summer.

5 Azalea

Azalea is also sensitive to change of place and how the sun’s rays fall on it. Therefore, you should not move or rotate her pot around the axis. An exception is the initial poor health of the plant, which happens if you choose a place that is too dark. In this case, a change is necessary. But, if possible, move the plant in stages if you want to move it from the back of the room closer to the window. And if you transfer to another room, then do it before or after flowering.

6 Clivia

Clivia should not be moved around rooms with varying degrees of illumination. But once every couple of months it can be rotated. In this case, the turn should not be sharp, 45 ° is enough. It is also worth choosing one direction in which you will move the plant, for example, clockwise. In order not to get confused, you can make notes with a simple pencil on the pot or take a picture of the plant. Also, do not forget that it is better to turn the flower not during flowering.

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