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Corokia Cotoneaster Includes Pot 15 cm in Diameter


Corokias grown indoors prefer areas with bright indirect light. Partial shade is also OK. Avoid dry cold draughts. Corokias can tolerate cooler temperatures but not for too long. 


Let most of the soil dry out before watering the plant. Be careful not to completely dry out or overwater it. 


Feeding is only needed after a year of growth. Use a standard houseplant fertiliser every 2 to 3 months. 


Pruning is also not needed with frequency. Cut back unwanted shoots and remove any dry or dying leaves and flowers to encourage healthier growth. 


Reporting in recommended once a year, once the plant has reached maturity, once every 2 or 3 years is enough.


They are best propagated through wood cuttings and planted in a mixture of sand and peat to boost proper growth. 

Corokia Cotoneaster

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