6" Geogenanthus Ciliatus
Native to Ecuador and Peru, where it grows on the rainforest ground, The Geogenanthus plant is adored for its deep-purple and green foliage.
Light: Low to medium indirect sunlight
Water: Check the soil every few days to make sure it’s moist. Do not let the Geogenanthus Ciliatus plant dry out completely as it prefers to stay on a wetter side.
Soil: Regular potting mix that drains well, such as the African violet potting mixture
Temperature: 50 - 75 degrees F (10 - 23 degrees C). Keep away from cold or drafty doors or windows.
Humidity: Happiest in high humidity environments.
Fertilizer: In spring and summer with a quality organic liquid fertilizer that is diluted at half strength. 20-20-20 is suggested
Maintenance: Prune in late winter so that your plant has new growth in the coming spring season. Remove any wounded leaves or stems that could potentially host disease over the winter season.