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Soleirolia is an ornamental plant, a distant relative of the common nettle, which was openly discovered in the 19th century by the explorer Soleirol, and his name was immortalized in this name. Salioli, or another name, helxina, is a genus of plant that is found in the wild in shady, rocky and humid places on the islands of Mallorca, Corsica and Sardinia.
Soleoli is a perennial herbaceous creeping plant with very small leaves that grow very much and form in the container in which they grow, a kind of openwork green ball. A few more varieties were cultivated artificially, which were delicately decorated with leaves of gold and even silver color. These plants are no more than five to seven centimeters in height. Tolerance in ornamental horticulture is planted in flowerpots, in small low pots, which look more like plates.
The use of solioli in design
Since salt cultivation is a ground cover plant, it also has one unique quality: if it is planted with other larger plants in one pot, then after a fairly short period of time, salt cultivation will completely cover the entire soil layer, which very well affects the design of the compositions as a whole.
It is also necessary to make sure that saltolysis simply does not strangle other undersized plants, which will be located with it in the same composition of flowers. Salioli is attributed to such qualities that neutralize the harmful radiation coming from office equipment and modern appliances. It is also believed that Soleirolia is very sensitive to the ecology of the room in which it will be placed. It will never grow normally in air that is polluted by gas, in smoke-filled rooms and in ecological unfavorable areas.
Lighting for saltworks
This plant is one of the rarest favorites of gardeners who can feel good all year under artificial lighting without losing anything in their decorative effect. But, if there is an opportunity to choose, then it is better to place the saltwave in rooms with bright, but natural diffused light, while the saltwalk should be protected as much as possible from direct rays. In winter, on the contrary, for the comfort of existence, a great deal of light is needed for a comfortable existence, just here its loyalty to artificial illumination would be useful. It should be noted that, unlike many other houseplants, salting will feel comfortable on the windowsills of the northern window.
For the content of salinity, the temperature should be moderately warm in the summer, but not exceeding twenty to twenty-two degrees. In winter, this plant will need to be transferred to rooms where the air temperature should be more than 10-15 degrees Celsius.
Soil for soil
Soils for saltworks should be slightly acidic consisting of mixtures of turfy lands with clean small pebbles or medium-grained sand, and soils should be neutral. Also, saltworks grow very well in the ionite substrate and in hydroponics.
How is salt production increasing?
Watering a flower
On the irrigation, you can not give certain clear advice. Florists themselves must regulate the abundance and frequency of irrigation, focusing on the fact that the earthen lump in which the plant grows is moderately wet at any time. It will be enough just once to allow the drying of the earthen lump, so that this plant perishes.
Therefore, do not allow overdrying and accumulation of water in the pan. Watering is done near the base of this plant, or from below - through a tray.
Still need to spray salinity in the warm season. In this case, soft water is used, preferably at room temperature. During periods of active growth, it is recommended to feed saliolysis at least once every three to four weeks. To feed produced by the usual ready-made fertilizer for a flowering plant, salinity responds to the abundant growth of greenery.
Transplantation of salinolysis is almost not required, but in cases of need, salinolysis can be transplanted at any time of the year suitable for you, and preferably in a wider bowl.
Propagation of salinity is even possible for beginner gardeners. It will be enough to separate from the old plants a couple of not very large lumps of earth, which will contain the stalks of the mother plant and place them on the surface previously moistened with the substrate in a new bowl. After a short period of time, the green tender leaves of salinol will cover the entire surface of the pot.