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How much to water the Luisa herb

Luisa grass does not need a lot of water, it is clear that in summer it will need it more but the only way to understand it is to insert the fingertips of the hand in the earth where it is planted to understand if it is dry or still wet. If the earth is moist it will be good to wait before adding more water, if instead it will be dry immediately irrigate the soil where the seedling lives. However, there are small green thumb tricks to understand if the Luisa grass is thirsty or not. In fact, if you notice the yellowed leaves it means that it receives too much water, if instead the apexes wither, it means that it receives too little. It is difficult to establish a precise irrigation frequency since there are many variations, such as the season, the place where the plant is located and the temperature. As with any plant it is good to keep a saucer if the Luisa grass is inside the house so that the earth throws away the extra water and remember not to water too close to the ground to avoid discovering the roots and making furrows on the ground.


How to grow and care for the Luisa herb

Luisa grass is a plant that hardly bears the cold, therefore it is recommended to plant it in a place in the garden always exposed to the sun and sheltered from rain and wind or better to grow it in a pot and keep it indoors. If the plant is outside and it is freezing in winter, protect the plant with transparent plastic. In any case, the Luisa herb loves moist and always hydrated soil especially in dry periods but be careful not to overdo it. It is important to feed the plant every three or four months with granular fertilizer for green plants. In the event that the plant is grown in pots, it will be repotted in a larger one when the roots come out of the drainage holes in the pot. Cure Luisa grass by cleaning it from dry and damaged stems as well as from dried and yellowed leaves.

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