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7. Codiaum and other decorative leafy beauties
Plants with yellow and gold patterns on the leaves make an equally sunny impression. Bright and showy, they look great at any time of the year. But in the winter interior, they literally glow and shine, ready to compete with even the best flowering species.
Absolute favorite among solar stars with bright leaves - a great codiaeum mottled (Codiaeum variegatum). The strict form of dense leathery leaves and some stiffness are fully compensated by the beauty of their colors.
Reminiscent of oak, corkscrew, lanceolate, oval leaves come in different shapes and sizes, but light contrasting veins invariably appear on them.
Even the simplest codiaums combine the basic dark, green with red, orange, purple and yellow, spots and veins appear on different leaves in different ways, but always in contrast, creating a feeling of changing the fiery "wave" from top to bottom along the crown.
Any of the varieties of the plant looks really bright and optimistic, delights with its multicolor and diversity. But among the codiaums there are also special stars that are unmatched in winter:
- the Bravo variety with yellow and lemon spots and yellow streaks seems almost golden;
- the unique variety "Yellow Snow" with lanceolate, not oak-like leaves is covered with small sunny yellow dots, which merge into a solid color on old leaves;
- unique codiaum "Mascarena" is a unique variety with narrow, flat, long leaves hanging down and forming a bush, very reminiscent of clumps of cereals, in which green leaves are significantly inferior in number to straw and scarlet leaves.
Cultivation of codiaums may not compete with your favorite indoor Spartans, but it's still quite simple. They like high air humidity, feel good in stable room temperatures, and cannot stand drafts, drying out and waterlogging of the soil.
In addition to codiaum, you should pay attention to the golden and yellow varieties of other deciduous stars:
- mottled yellow-green varieties Dieffenbachia (Dieffenbachia), densely branched particularly compact and small-leaf varieties;
- ficuses (Ficus) with variegated colors;
- variegated and golden dracaena (Dracaena);
- magnificent golden epipremnum (Epipremnum aureum);
- the brightest varieties of ivy (Hedera), etc.
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