Croton Petra (Codiaeum Variegatum 'Petra')
- Plant Care
Croton petra has a Latin name called Codiaeum spp. It is a timeless shrub, that originated in southern Asia and the western Pacific islands. The leaves are bright green with white, bronze, purple, or pink foliage. They are there because of the plant’s age.
If you are searching for bold-looking house plants, croton petra is the answer. It is hard to miss, with its bright yellow, orange, and black markings on the leaves. Such foliage brings more positive energy into the home, so you might want to consider having one. Colorful pots make them look even more interesting. This shrub is relatively low-maintenance once it acclimates to its surroundings.
Six to eight hours of bright, unfiltered sunlight each day. It should be shaded from direct sunlight during the hottest part of summer days.Croton petra plants should be watered regularly, but it’s okay to allow the soil to dry out between watering.Well-drained, humus-rich soil.18 – 35 °CMonthly fertilization with a balanced formula fertilizer is sufficient.
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