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Cultivating compact Anisodontea capensis



Cultivating compact Anisodontea capensis



Deutscher Gartenbau 41(1): 42-44



A reduction in plant height was achieved by a combination of pruning twice (20-30 Jan. and 15 Mar.) instead of once (15 Mar.), a temperature of 14 degrees instead of 16 degrees C, and weak fertilization (E-Erde P, a clay-peat mixture, plus 0.1% complete fertilizer topdressing, compared with E-Erde T plus 0.2% complete fertilizer topdressing). This also produced the highest number of flowers at the time of sale.

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