Outdoor plants, also indoor.
Ideal temperature: Ideally, it should be between 13ºC and 18ºC. Its worst enemy is excess to sun and heat. These plants do not require direct sunlight, but they do require good lighting. If you have the plants in an indoor pot, place them in a room with a lot of natural light, but where the sun's rays do not hit them directly. If possible, find a space or room where the temperature is as low as possible, away from heat sources.
Light: choose a very bright place in the home. Avoid the hottest areas of the house because excess heat causes the plant to finish its cycle earlier and reduces the ornamental life. Ideally, they should be located next to a window facing north, so that they receive a lot of light, but never direct sunlight.
Irrigation: it must be moderate because an excess of wet soil will cause rottenness in the bulb and stems.
Nutrients: during the flowering season every 15 days. Follow indications of CitySens nutrients.
Substrate: the substrate must have good drainage and be well aerated.
Ambient humidity: The ideal humidity to grow the plants without any problem is a range between 60 to 70%.
Plants toxic to animals.