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Posted:  18 Mar 2011 15:36  
Anybody have any idea the rhyme/reason liptick plants bloom.  I have a very old 8" basket that is going crazy with blooms.  Looks awesome!  Wish it bloomed all the time.
Posted:  18 Mar 2011 15:59  
Aeschynanthus species bloom on and off at various times of the year.  This is generally determined by the rate of growth and therefore the rate at which the plants mature new growth and can bloom on those stems.  It can help to allow them to dry out more between waterings once the new growth has matured; plants that become pot-bound also tend to bloom more frequently and more profusely, probably because all of their energy goes into flowering instead of root growth.  A high-phosphorous fertilizer will also promote more profuse blooms on a healthy, vigorously growing plant in good sunlight.  Plants will also bloom under pretty strong fluorescent light, but natural sunlight gives the best results.

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Posted:  08 Mar 2014 08:40  
A high-phosphorous fertilizer will also promote more profuse blooms on a healthy, vigorously growing plant in good sunlight.  Plants will also bloom under pretty strong fluorescent light, but natural sunlight gives the best results.Online flower delivery Melbourne
Posted:  08 Mar 2014 20:19  
That is generally true of blooming plants, with certain exceptions.  Hibiscus, for example, do not want much phosphate at all in their diet, contrary to the conventional wisdom on the subject.

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