Bright Goldfish Houseplants In Your House
Goldfish houseplants come to us from the Central and South American tropics and derive their common name from the unusual shape of their flowers which, with some imagination, resemble fish. To avoid many of the problems with goldfish houseplants and other epiphytes, you must begin with the proper growing medium. The medium should be light and coarse and should not, in spite of the plant’s needs, hold water for extended periods of time. Coarse sphagnum moss or a combination of sphagnum moss, perlite and vermiculite in equal quantities will work well. Temperature is also a factor in how to grow goldfish houseplant. Many people assume that tropicals need high heat, but in nature, most of these plants grow under a heavy canopy where the temperature is cooler. In fact, your goldfish houseplants are happiest in average room temperatures of 65-75°F. (18-24°C.).
Because so much of their energy is derived from light, your goldfish hanging plant needs about 13 hours of bright light per day. Avoid direct sunlight as it will dry the plant and scorch the leaves. A good grow-light is an excellent addition to the list of needs for growing goldfish houseplants successfully. Humidity is another crucial factor in how to grow goldfish houseplant. These tropical epiphytes need mild to moderate humidity and should be lightly misted on a daily basis with room temperature water. Cold water will cause damage to the foliage.
Flowering Indoor Goldfish Houseplant
Goldfish plants prefer bright light, but don't like direct light. An eastern facing window is perfect.
Goldfish Houseplant In White Pot
Goldfish plants earned their name because of their masses of red-orange flowers that appear in the spring and summer and look a bit like leaping goldfish.
Black Potted Goldfish Houseplant
With goldfish houseplants, attention to detail is the key to success.
Goldfish Houseplant With Orange Flowers
The goldfish plant truly lives up to its name, by flaunting its vibrant orange flowers which radiate from the plant's glossy green foliage.
Indoor Goldfish Plant Featured Orange Flowers
Goldfish houseplants have hundreds of small, thick, shiny, dark green leaves and colorful flowers that resemble tiny goldfish.
Goldfish Houseplant In Hanging Pot
The goldfish plant is one of the thirsty plant species and therefore must be kept moist at all times.
Goldfish Houseplant In The Orange Pot
The bright orange to orange-red blossoms displayed on the trailing vines of goldfish plants (Columnea spp.) glow in the bright filtered light from a window.
Goldfish Houseplant With Plastic Pot
Normally grown as houseplants, goldfish plants thrive when planted in a loose, well-drained potting mix.
Potted Indoor Goldfish Houseplant
This plant gets its name from the brilliantly gorgeous orange flowers that resemble a goldfish. The arching back of the eye-catching orange blossoms of the plant, to which the tail is attached, gives them the identical features of a goldfish.Label: houseplants pics, indoor goldfish plant, houseplants pictures, houseplants images, house plants goldfish plant, .