Check the soil by sticking a finger into the soil up to the first knuckle. We've covered this for you already of the article.
The only all green variety is D.
Common Names Dieffenbachia, dumb cane Botanical Name Dieffenbachia spp.Next
Occasionally you may find water like droplets have formed and collected on the leaf tips.
In such cases, symptoms generally include severe pain which can last for several days to weeks. Gastric evacuation or lavage is "seldom" indicated. However, a word of caution, these stems take MUCH longer to root.Next
Wear gloves to avoid contact with the sap.
Of course always adjust according to the season and to the needs of your own Dumb Cane, for example expect in very warm months to water more often and in Winter less regularly.Next
Keep it away from direct sunlight during the middle of the day and early afternoon when the suns is at its hottest.
The temperature got too cold, you subjected the plant to draughts, you didn't water correctly or provide enough light to sustain it. Description Dieffenbachia maculata is typically grown as a houseplant. The reputation isn't completely wrong, but it's undeserved and you most certainly have no need to go all Norman Bates on your Dumb Canes these emails recommend you gather all your Dieffenbachia plants together and burn them as quick as possible! As a result, the frog population fluctuated with the abundance of Dieffenbachia, especially in secondary forest.
This plant has an exotic appeal and has wonderfully shaped leaves with brush strokes of cream, yellow and white which enhance the shape of the leaves.
Leaves are going yellow and then dropping off A normal sign of aging. Yellowing of the leaves is generally a sign of problematic conditions, such as a nutrient deficiency in the soil. In rare cases, of tissues exposed to the plant has been reported.Next
The rich color of green with its brush strokes of color allow this plant to stand out and shout out to be seen in your home.
Say: Diff-en- BACK-key-ah Light Another false belief about Dieffenbachia's is that they need very little light. When growing dieffenbachia, most varieties do best in a situation, where bright to moderate light shines through a sheer curtain or other filtering window cover. Make sure the top of the soil is fully dried out before watering.Next
Temperature Warm, always warm.