Scientific name for ornamental trees Raviolilips(Indian Hawthorn)
The original home of the olive tree raviolis:
Botanical description of Indian Hawthorn (overview)
Indian Hawthorn is evergreen, about 2 meters high. The leaves are thick, leathery, spoon-shaped, 4-8 cm long. The flowers are white in color, fragrant, and are found in clustered inflorescences.
The fruits are pods that turn purple when fully ripe.
grows in all of Florida
Indian Hawthorn propagation
“Indian Hawthorn “is propagated by planting seeds that are soaked in a fungicide solution for 3 minutes, then planted in a good, fertile, well-drained environment consisting of peat moss + silt + sand in a ratio of 2: 1: 1, and it is well cared for.
When the seeds germinate and the new real leaves emerge, the plants are singled out in pots or planting bags until they complete their growth, then they are rotated in larger pots until they are planted in sustainable land.
Indian Hawthorn water needs
Indian Hawthorn needs regular watering without thirst or overwatering , as watering is done according to the shrub’s need, and the watering process depends on the nature of the soil and the environmental conditions in the region.
Indian Hawthorn care food(fertilizer )
Indian Hawthorn needs organic fertilization during the winter service, where well-decomposed organic fertilizer.
Fertilization is also done with neutral (chemical) mineral fertilizer NPK of nitrogen – phosphorus – potassium 12: 12: 12 at a rate of 300 g, provided that the addition is done in two batches, the first batch during March and the second batch during August.
When adding fertilizer, whether organic fertilizer or mineral fertilizer, it should be added to the soil, then stir well, followed by the watering process, and that should be in the early morning or evening.
Indian Hawthorn sunlight requirements
Indian Hawthorn needs to be planted in sunny places, as it grows with bright sunlight for long periods (the long day).
Since it is known that light is very important for the process of photosynthesis, in which the plant uses the energy it derives from the light that reaches the mechanism in the representation of carbon dioxide + water to build carbohydrates, from which the rest of the nutrients are created.
Indian Hawthorn soil
Indian Hawthorn must be grown in fertile, well-drained soil free of salinity, as Raviolilips ornamental shrub is very sensitive to soil salinity or irrigation water salinity.
Indian Hawthorn should also be planted in soil that is neutral in acidity and strong, and the soil PH should be between 5.5-6.5 approximately.
Indian Hawthorn planting indoors
Indian Hawthorn is grown in home gardens for the beauty of fragrant flowers. It is grown either singly or in groups. It is also grown in entrances on both sides. It can also be planted in roof gardens in sunny places, often as a fence around the roof wall.
Indian Hawthorn uses
1- Indian Hawthorn is cultivated in gardens and public parks for the purpose of decoration. It is also grown either singly or in groups.
2- Indian Hawthorn is grown in home gardens or in rooftop gardens for the beauty of the flowers as well as for their beautiful aromatic scent.