Dischidia Melon “Watermelon Dischidia”
- Plant Care
Dischidia ovata, the Watermelon Dischidia, is a creeping epiphyte found from South East Asia to North Australia. It is often referred to as a String of Melons as the leaves look like watermelons growing on a vine. In good light, the newer leaves will develop a beautiful red tint. Dischidia is epiphytic and grows best in a coarse, free draining soil mix and has similar care requirements to Hoya. They do not require watering very often at all.
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Bright, indirect light. Avoid too much direct sun. Will tolerate lower light.Likes drier soil and reasonable humidity.Fast-draining soil that does not hold water or grow mounted as an epiphyte.20 - 35°CApply any organic fertilizer.
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