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1. Pea cypress
Genuine conifers are considered a rarity in room culture. Cypress trees are exclusive crops for those who love fragrant, strict, solemn accents in the interior. In room culture, the main advantage of all cypress trees is revealed in the best possible way - very dense needles with unique colors. Optimal conditions for them can only be created in cold northern rooms.
Botanical name: Chamaecyparis pisifera.
Nickname: indoor cypress.
General description: evergreen coniferous with a very dense crown texture.
Indoor cypress trees are medium-sized and strikingly strict plants. Pyramidal, tapered or cylindrical silhouettes are combined with very slow growth. The needle-shaped and soft needles, gradually turning into scaly and darker ones, create unique textures of greenery. And the bluish tint of the color only emphasizes the special classic beauty of the plant. In a room culture, only immature, young plants are grown, as they lose their compactness and decorativeness, they are transferred to open ground or kept as a garden tub culture.
Use in rooms: as a free-standing soloist and accent.
Cypress trees, even when grown in pots, surprise with shade tolerance, insufficient lighting does not affect the attractiveness of their crown. This conifer prefers low temperatures, and in winter it is possible to keep cypress trees only at temperatures from 12 to 15 degrees.
Cypress substrate: special for cypress or conifers.
Reproduction methods: seeds, semi-lignified cuttings.
Caring for a cypress tree is quite difficult. The plant is afraid of both drying out of the substrate and excessive watering. It must be regularly turned in relation to the light source and fed with special fertilizers for conifers.
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