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Takka (Latin Tacca) grows in nature in the dense jungle of Southeast Asia and West Africa. More than 10 species of this exotic plant have been described. They are all perennials growing up to 30–100 cm in height. Ornamental species such as Takka chantrieri and Takka integrifolia produce vertical rhizomes.
Takka flowers have a very interesting appearance. Depending on the species, they can be green, brown or purple. Single flowers are clustered in a few or a dozen, forming a large umbellate inflorescence (about 30 cm long), surrounded by two pairs of dark purple large undersides and additionally decorated with thread-like "tendrils". The inflorescence is placed on the top of the inflorescence shoot, which is 30 to 60 cm long.
Takka blooms in late summer and fall. One plant can produce even several inflorescences.
Takka: how to nurture
Takka is a thermophilic plant, the minimum temperature of its cultivation is 13–15 degrees Celsius. Celsius. It also requires high air humidity. It likes diffused light, so it should not be placed in very sunny places. Such a tree should be watered abundantly, but do not allow the roots to flood. In summer, the plant should be watered regularly. Are you still reading this?
During the growing season, the plant is fertilized with foliar fertilization every month, using liquid fertilizers. Every few years, the plant has to be repotted, while removing old and decaying rhizome fragments. The substrate for the cultivation of Takka should be permeable, with a high content of humus, slightly acidic.
Takke breeds with rhizome fragments that [User has been blocked]