Tabernaemontana Coronaria (Milkwood/Pinwheel Flower)
- Plant Care
Tabernaemontana Coronaria is a pretty little shrub with a rounded shape and pinwheel flowers. Native to India but widely cultivated in warm regions worldwide. Coronaria is a spreading, bushy, many-branched shurb with elliptic-oblong, wavy-margined, thin, glossy, mid- to dark green leaves, paler underneath.
Produces cymes of 4 to 6 salverform waxy, pure white flowers. Scented at dusk and after dark. Has oblong leaves with wavy margins that are dark green above and pale green beneath. These flowers are produced in clusters at stem tip. Coronaria plants are not very demanding, and that makes coronaria care a snap.
Semi-Shade, Full Sun.Allow soil to dry several inches deep before irrigating. Don’t let the plants to be sitting in water or soggy soil.Rich, Chalky, sandy and nutrient-dense soil is very important for the health and production of the plant.15 – 30 °CApply any organic fertilizer.
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