Indoor saxifrage and caring for it
Indoor saxifrage is one of the most unpretentious houseplants. First of all, this is due to the fact that it reacts perfectly to dry air, which is typical for modern apartments, especially during the heating season.
At the same time, the saxifrage flower feels quite comfortable being in the shade or partial shade. The only thing is to make sure that the direct rays of the sun do not fall on it, as burns may remain on the leaves.
Your saxifrage plant can be grown in a hanging planter with many elegant rosettes hanging from it. The flower grows quickly and takes root easily in the soil. From May to September, it begins to bloom with small "stars" of a pale pink or white hue.
The saxifrage, which cannot be called difficult to care for, is usually placed on the balcony in the summer. In hot weather, it can be sprayed occasionally. It is not recommended to wipe the dust off the leaves.
As for the soil, it must be fertile. You can, for example, take a mixture of turf, humus, leafy earth and sand.
When growing saxifrage, you may run into minor problems. If its leaves become pale, then the temperature is too high. If they become lethargic and have acquired a yellow color, then it is worth thinking about waterlogging of the soil and low temperature conditions.
If you are looking for a perennial herb, then the Arens saxifrage will perfectly cope with these tasks, which will perfectly decorate your garden. It is easy to care for and it blooms beautifully.