C L I M A T E | The plant also tolerates shaded areas, but it is best suited for a sunny place, even in direct sunlight. Ideal temperature - / 20 - 32 ° C /. The lowest permissible temperature - / 12 ° C /. In winter, do not keep the plant near the radiator, it will cause leaf fall. In summer, manadrine can be kept on the balcony or in the garden.
W A T E R I N G | Never water the plant! Water only when the ground (at least 3 cm) is dry. In spring and summer, the plant watered more often, but without increasing the amount of water. If the air in the room is dry and warm, the plant will be grateful if you spray its foliage. But remember - the less light, the less plants need to be watered and moisturized.
F E R T I L I Z A T I O N | In winter 1x in two months with a very light fertilizer (it can be applied with twice as much water as expected). In spring and summer 1x a month, gradually increasing the fertilizer strength to the intended proportion.
S O I L | Permeable to air and moisture, it is desirable to mix perlite or expanded clay into the soil for better drainage. Transplanting should be done in the spring, every 3-4 years. Soil Ph level 6 - 7 / After transplanting, place the plant in the sunniest place.
N O T E S | It is important to clean the leaves of the plant from dust to prevent diseases - pests! The plant blooms with very aromatic, beautiful flowers! After the flowers bloom, mandarins are formed in their place. The fruits are edible! They are not excellent sweet and delicious to eat as well, but are a great addition to drinks, juices (replacing lime or lemon), as well as perfect for making marmalade.