One of the plants that can beautify your home is Globa Vinita.
This is a very, very interesting culture characteristic of China, Thailand, the Philippines, India and New Guinea. Accordingly, already by what countries the territories of the habitat of the Vinite Globe belong to, we can make a definite conclusion that this plant likes a hot, humid climate and belongs to tropical vegetation.
Accordingly, it is not easy to use Globba Vinita as a crop grown on the territory of our state, since we can’t change the climatic conditions, and for normal life, Globba Vinit will require very clear norms and rules of care, as well as requirements for the conditions of detention.
The genus Globba Vinita is still quite extensive and includes several species groups. Scientists count up to seventy species of a plant living in natural environment.
But in order to decide whether it is worth it to us, this plant, to choose for planting at home, we must first understand what the plant looks like and what to expect from it, how to say it.
Appearance of Globa Vinita
This crop is a medium-sized herbaceous plant that will delight you for years. The fact is that Globba Vinita is a perennial, which is very convenient, because you don’t have to think about planting new copies every year.
It should be noted that Globa Vinita is characterized by quite a powerful root system. There is one well developed rhizome from which other branches of roots grow.
The stalks of Globba Vinita are very similar to reed relatives. In the height of the plant can reach the mark of one meter.
On the stems are large leaves.
During the flowering period, we can observe how small bulbs form on the main axis of the inflorescence. Then buds are formed that unfold in beautiful colors of white, yellow, purple or red hues. It should be noted that the intensity of the coloring of the petals is pretty high.
Globe Vinita flowers have very interesting petals. They are slightly bent to the side. And there is only one stamen in each flower. It is very long and not straight, but somewhat curved. Such an unevenness resembles a spiral in appearance.
Globa Vinita is a plant that belongs to ginger specimens.
And all ginger love heat and light. Good consecration, a pledge of abundant flowering and active development of the plant.
Many indoor vegetation types do not relate too well to direct exposure to open sunlight, rather they would prefer diffused light, slightly muffled by a transparent barrier, such as tulle, for example. But this does not apply to Globbe Vinita. It will perfectly transfer and even require from you the presence of open sunlight, which, as they say, is not obstructed.
Thanks to its powerful roots, the culture in its natural habitat perfectly tolerates marshland.
The plant grows well in width. If in natural conditions, as mentioned above, Globba Vinita grows to one meter, then at home you will most likely receive an instance, reaching up to a maximum of fifty centimeters in height.
Like all ginger Globa Vinita has a very pleasant aroma. For the sake of him alone, one can plant this culture at home.
The flowering period occurs in the autumn. And, as a rule, those inflorescences that have already bloomed, immediately cut off, which helps the formation of new fragrant flowers.-
Using Gobba Vinita
In those countries that are characterized as the natural habitat of Globba Vinita, it is quite possible to grow the plant, both in domestic and outdoor conditions. Since nature itself has created the conditions that are so necessary for the normal development of the plant.
However, with regard to the territory of our country, in this case, Globbu Vinita can only be used as a home plant and no more. As an indoor inhabitant, overseas culture looks just fine.
However, if you seriously decided to plant the Globba Vinita in your house, then, by purchasing this culture in the store, make sure that it has a healthy, well-developed rhizome, and that the soil in the pot for sale is wet. This is an important key to success in maintaining Globba Vinit's well-being.
In fact, today such a plant as Globba Vinita is very rarely found among lovers of the exotic.
Globa Vinita will look great in single plantings, as well as in compositions with arrowroot, philodendrons or ferns.
Planting Globba Vinita
Before you plant, decide on where you define the boxes with the plant. It should be a well-sanctified, warm place without drafts. If the place is darkened, then Globa Vinita will not please you with flowering.
Take a pot for planting free, spacious.
What about the soil?
You can buy it in the store. But, as a rule, it is better to make a soil mix on your own.
Globba Vinita will require a light nutrient rich soil. In order to form it, take a mixture of sand, peat, leaf earth and compost. Do not overdo it with the last component.
At the bottom of the tank for planting, fill the drainage layer of river pebbles, small pebbles or broken ceramics, and then pour the soil composition prepared in advance.
Now you can plant a plant. Be careful with the root system, do not hurt it. Do not bury the root neck.
After landing, pour your Globa Vinita plenty of water.
Caring for Globba Vinita
Provide a plant with a sufficiently high temperature regime, which can range from plus twenty-five to plus twenty-eight degrees.
Some experts argue that it is possible to grow Globba Vinita at natural room temperature, but it is better to bring the home conditions of its content to normal, natural ones.
Watering spend abundant. During the growing season, the land in the pot should not dry out completely. Better to keep it wet all the time.
Stop frequent watering only in winter.
Top dressing is good in spring and summer seasons. To do this, use complex fertilizers dissolved in water for irrigation. Pour such a nutrient mixture on Globe Vinita at least once every two to three weeks.