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Billardiera coriacea


Billardiera coriacea

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Apfelbeere, Apple Berry
(20 Korn)

immergrüner bis halb-immergrüner, verholzender Kletterstrauch bis zu 1,5 m mit wechselständig angeordneten, 2-gelappten, tiefgrünen Blättern. Die röhrenförmigen, cremefarbenen Blüten färben sich mit zunehmendem Alter zu pink, dann violett und erscheinen einzeln oder in lockeren Büscheln. Aus den Blüten entwickeln sich kleine, eßbare Früchte

Steckbrief
Family:  Pittosporaceae Klebsamengewächse Evergreen:  yes
Origin:  Asia Fragrance: 
Group:  Climber Flower:  cream, cream-white
Zone:  8 Flowering: 
Hibernate:  bis zu -5°C mit Winterschutz Fruits:  Beeren
To use as:  Topfgarten, Wintergarten Locations:  full sun to semi-shade
Toxic:  Rare: 

Sowing Instruction
Propagation: Seeds/Cuttings
Pre-Treatment: pour hot water over the seeds + soak ca. 24 h
Sowing Time: all year round
Sowing Deep: cover only slightly with substrate
Sowing Mix: Coir or sowing mix + sand or perlite
Germination Temperature: ca. 25-28°C
Location: bright + keep constantly moist, not wet
Germination Time: ca. 3-6 weeks > irregular
Irrigation: in the growing season richly water
Fertilization: biweekly 0,2%ig or long-term fertilizer
Pests: Aphids, Spider mites > especially under glass
Substrate: potting soil + sand or perlite
Culture: bright at approx. 10-15°C + keep constant slightly moist
 
Thursday 25 April, 2013
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