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Nematanthus, or hypocyrta, is a tropical plant that appeared in our home flower gardens relatively recently. Therefore, not all breeders know how to properly care for this handsome man so that he is always green and pleasing to the eye. Caring for nematanthus, indeed, requires some effort. But they more than pay off with the result: the flowering view of a beautiful plant that leaves no one indifferent.

Description of the plant

The homeland of the nematanthus is the Amazon rainforest, where it grows freely in the form of small bushes with flexible stems. This plant belongs to the type of climbing lianas, and therefore it seems to itself asks to be grown in pots on the wall or in flowerpots on various openwork stands installed at a height. Dark green, sometimes with bluish veins, the leaves of the nematanthus are located opposite on the branches, have an ovoid or elliptical shape, size from 3 to 10 cm.The underside of the leaves sometimes has a purple color and slight pubescence.

Nematanthus flowers in shape and size resemble aquarium fish

Thanks to the original, unusual shape of flowers, reminiscent of reduced copies of aquarium goldfish, nematanthus can become a wonderful decoration for a home flower garden. Each type of nematanthus has its own color nuance - its buds can be colored in different shades of red and yellow. The shape of the flowers is also very interesting: the petals of its corolla grow together like a pocket-shaped cavity with a tubular pharynx, and the corolla itself is sometimes colored purple. The lower part of the flowers may have a slight swelling, which gives them the resemblance to exotic fruits, berries and even goldfish. All this looks very elegant and decorative: against the background of a mass of dark juicy leaves, bright flowers stand out like precious stones. During the flowering period, nematanthus is a true miracle that can bring a smile and cheer up.

Blooming nematanthus with its bright appearance transforms everything around

In their homeland, in the Amazon jungle, in Brazil, nematanthus bloom only in summer, and in a home flower garden, with proper care, these plants bloom for a long time - from early spring to late autumn.

Popular belief is associated with nematanthus. They say that in the house where this plant blooms, there will certainly be happiness and prosperity. It is also believed to freshen the indoor air.

Variety of species

In the genus of nematanthus, botanists have 28 species, about 7–8 of them grow in flower gardens of amateur plant breeders around the world.

  • Nematantus Gregarius is perhaps the most spectacular, therefore it is most often cultivated by flower lovers. It is he who is known under the second name - the Goldfish. This nematanthus species has thick, dark green leaves and bright red-orange flowers that actually resemble aquarium fish. There are several varieties of Gregarius, the most famous is the Australian subspecies. It looks best in wall or hanging pots: with this type of cultivation, he does not need to cut off the shoots, let his vines fall beautifully. This is a sight for true lovers of the exotic.
  • The Wetstine species is also very common. It gives many liana-like shoots up to 90 cm long. The leaves of this plant are small, oval in shape. Their surface is glossy waxy, deep dark green color. Flowers are tubular, yellow, orange-red, slightly swollen, up to 2.5 cm long. They look magical against the background of dark green foliage. Like other members of the genus, Vetstein's nematanthus blooms continuously from spring to mid-autumn.
  • Fritsch's view. Less common than the previous two, but still well known. Nematantus Fritsch is a relatively large, beautiful species with rather large leaves that have a slight edge on the underside. Nematantus Fritsch forms bushes up to 60 cm tall. Its flowers are gracefully curved, bright pink, shaped like a funnel.
  • Small-bristled nematantus is a small bush 20–25 cm high, producing straight ascending shoots, which are quite branched. The leaves of this nematanthus species are oval, shiny, small, solitary or in groups of three. The flowers are tubular with a spherical swelling, with a corolla, which has a slight limb. The color of the buds is bright yellow-orange, classic for the genus of nematanthus.
  • Ankle nematanthus belongs to the type of climbing dwarf shrubs. Its leaves are light green and large, reaching a length of 7-10 cm. Pedicels are as long, with single red flowers, strongly swollen on the tube.
  • Riverside view. This is also a very graceful climbing plant. The leaves of the riverine nematanthus are large, elliptical, about 10 cm long, their reverse side is purple. The flowers are lemon yellow, up to 5 cm long. The pharynx of the flower, unlike most nematanthus, is unfolded, the tube is pubescent on the outside.
  • Nematanthus Tropicana distinguishes among the other nematanthus with large, pitcher-shaped flowers. In the lower part, they are swollen, their color is yellow-orange, bright. Stripes of red-brown and golden-burgundy color stand out noticeably on the buds. Bracts are red-orange. The inflorescences are incredibly beautiful. The underside of the dark green, dense, glossy leaves of Tropicana has a reddish tint. The shape of the leaves is oval, pointed. Shoots are erect, but droop and branch over time. The nematanthus Tropicana species is very popular among plant breeders, as it blooms profusely and effectively for a long time.
  • The unique species of nematanthus Santa Teresa is considered rare, and it cannot be confused with others due to its catchy large flowers. They reach 5 cm in length, are white or cream in color, and are abundantly dotted with yellow dots and spots. The shape is tubular, the pubescence is weak. The flowers give off a delicious aroma reminiscent of zest and olive oil. The throat of the flowers of the nematanthus Santa Teresa, unlike other species, is wide open to attract insects for pollination. Large (up to 7 cm) dark green elongated leaves of the nematanthus Santa Teresa on the inside have reddish veins and pubescence. Shoots can reach 70 cm, but in the process of growth they droop and branch.
  • Variegated (variegated) forms of nematanthus deserve special mention. Such forms of plants arise due to genetic mutations: some of the leaf cells do not produce chlorophyll, so the leaves acquire light green or white spots. Variegated nematanthus are extremely beautiful.

Photo gallery: the most common types of nematanthus

Creation of the necessary conditions for growing nematanthus

Careful nematanthus care is required. Maintaining the required temperature and light level, sufficient watering and feeding - all this will have to be paid attention to. However, even a novice grower can create suitable conditions for this plant. The main thing is to follow the recommendations of specialists.


When keeping nematanthus, special attention should be paid to maintaining the required temperature regime in the room (do you remember that you are dealing with a tropical sissy?)... During winter dormancy, the temperature should be kept within 14-16 aboutC. Temperatures even one degree lower can adversely affect the plant. And at 7 aboutWith possible dying off and falling of leaves.

Tropical sissy nematanthus is very sensitive to conditions of detention

During summer flowering, the temperature should be kept at 19-24 aboutC. But nematanthus does not like intense heat: at 27 aboutSince he already begins to suffer - the tips of the leaves dry up. It is recommended to keep the temperature 5 degrees lower at night than during the day.


In summer, nematanthus should be watered when the upper layer of the substrate dries up with soft, previously settled water at ambient temperature. It is important to remember that watering should be individual for each species: large-leaved plants need more water than small-leaved ones. In winter, nematanthus is watered moderately.


Nematantus requires bright, but diffused lighting for 12-14 hours a day. Therefore, the pots with it are recommended to be placed on the windows on the east or west side of the room. At windows on the south side, plants need to be shaded to protect them from sunburn. In winter, nematanthus needs additional strong lighting.

It is best to place the nematanthus on the east or west windows.

Pre-plant and post-plant care

A blooming nematanthus will be provided not only by correctly selected temperature, illumination and watering conditions. The correct choice of soil and timely feeding will also affect the well-being of the plant.

Soil selection

Nematanthuses prefer loose, light and breathable soil with a slightly acidic or neutral chemical reaction (pH 5.5–6). The soil must be made up of leafy earth, humus, peat and sand (2: 1: 1: 1), it is advisable to add a little charcoal, pieces of sphagnum or pine bark.

Top dressing

In order for the nematanthus to delight you with its beautiful buds, you should feed it with fertilizers for flowering plants containing phosphorus and potassium. However, fertilization should not be applied too often: feeding should correspond to the natural cycles along which the plant develops. In the period from October to February, the nematanthus is dormant, therefore, fertilizers should not be applied to the soil. But in the period from March to September, when young shoots are actively growing and intense flowering begins, there is a need for feeding.

Fertilize nematanthus only during the period of active growth.

Fertilize nematanthus after 10-15 days, not more often, otherwise the leaves and flowers will fade. Fertilizer dosage - according to the manufacturer's recommendation.

Plant pruning

Nematantus needs a formative pruning at least once a year at the end of the active flowering period, that is, in October. It is necessary to carry out pruning as soon as the shedding of leaves is indicated.

The pruning method is very simple: the shoots of old bushes are shortened by half the length, the branches of young bushes are cut by one third.

Nematanthus, like other types of houseplants, must be pruned correctly.

Without annual pruning, the plants will lose the density of foliage the next year, the crown will lose its density, the showiness of the silhouette.

It is necessary to shorten the old branches of the nematantus so that they start up new shoots - only they bloom the brightest and largest flowers of this plant. There are few flowers on last year's old branches, they are small and ugly.

Signs of improper care

  1. Lack of flowering, or it is insignificant. Reasons: poor lighting, indoor air is too cold or dry, lack of nutrition, the plant is not pruned.
  2. Brownish spots appear on the leaves. Reason: watering with too cold water. The water temperature should be 20 aboutC or slightly higher.
  3. In summer, the plant sheds its leaves. Reason: drying out of the roots - nematanthus requires adherence to watering rules. If the plant sheds its leaves in winter, the reason for this is the low temperature in the room.
  4. The tips of the leaves dry out. Reason: low humidity and excessively high temperature.
  5. Flowers fall prematurely, change their natural color. This is due to the fact that during watering, drops of water fall on the flowers, this must be avoided.
  6. The appearance of gray rot. Reason: Excessive watering, it should be reduced.
  7. The leaves will fade. This may be due to an overdose of fertilizers, excessive lighting, excessively dry air. The neutralization of these factors brings the plant in order.

Pests and diseases of nematanthus

Unfortunately, nematanthuses are susceptible to all kinds of diseases, and many pests wish to feast on their juicy greens. The best way to deal with all adversity is strict adherence to care requirements. But if it was not possible to avoid the disease, measures should be taken decisively. When attacked by aphids, scale insects, spider mites, insecticides are used. When rot appears due to waterlogging of the soil, it is recommended to limit watering. Powdery mildew is treated with fungicides.

Table: causes and control of pests and diseases

Photo gallery: from whom and from what the plant should be protected

How to plant and transplant nematanthus

Those who want to have a nematanthus at home can purchase an already formed flower in the store or try to grow it from seeds or cuttings.

Growing from seeds

For the propagation of nematanthus by seeds, it is first necessary to prepare the substrate - before sowing, it must be leveled and moistened. Seeds of nematanthus are very small, dusty; from the dried seed box, they must be poured onto a sheet of paper and evenly scattered over the surface of the prepared substrate, and then covered with glass. When the seeds sprout, the glass must be moved to the side so that a gap forms between the edge of the container and the glass.

Nematanthus seeds should be placed under glass

The grown seedlings dive - they are transplanted 5–6 pieces into a pot. Plants will bloom in a year.

Propagation by cuttings

With this method of reproduction, the substrate is carefully loosened before planting. The mother plant is cut into cuttings 8-10 centimeters long (they can be harvested throughout the year). Leaves are cut off from the lower part of the cutting and planted in a prepared substrate (sphagnum, preferably fresh, can act as such).

Propagation of nematanthus by cuttings is considered a more traditional method.

The donor plant should be placed in a shaded place, and after a while it will give new shoots.


The practice of cultivating nematanthus has shown that this plant needs to be transplanted. But it should be carried out no more often than every 2-3 years, since the nematanthus develops at a fairly moderate rate. The transplant is performed in the spring, as soon as the first sign of the growth of a young shoot appears.

Nematanthus has a small root, so it needs a compact pot, and the new one should not exceed the previous one by more than 2-3 cm in diameter. In too spacious flowerpots, nematanthus often infest diseases or pests. In addition, this tropical sissy grows and blooms poorly in large pots. As for the soil, it should be moist, soft and breathable.

Step-by-step process of nematanthus transplant

  1. Prepare the container and soil for the plant to be transplanted. Take about a third of the pot where you plan to place the nematanthus for drainage (expanded clay, brick chips, vermiculite). Its presence guarantees that the plant will not suffer from waterlogging. Make up a new substrate from leafy soil, peat, humus and sand (2: 1: 1: 1).
  2. Carefully remove the topsoil in the old pot, being careful not to damage the delicate roots.
  3. Remove the plant from the old flowerpot without destroying the clod of earth with the rhizome.
  4. Place the root ball carefully on the drainage layer in the new pot.
  5. Top up with the prepared new substrate. There is no need to compact the earth. With natural soil settling, you can add some soil, but still not compact.

Reviews about nematanthus

Nemantus is called hypocyrta in another way, I have a red one with yellow pre-flowers, the flower shape reminds me of a fish. Poorly tolerates dry air, the place needs a bright one.I water abundantly in summer and lightly in winter. If you put it in partial shade, then the flowers become smaller, they become freaks. Dry air turns luxurious shoots almost bald. Leaves fall off or curl. I arrange a dormant period in September, I rarely water and put in partial shade. I keep it in this state for 2 months, then I put it in a bright place and start watering. Blooms after this procedure from December to June. After flowering, I always prune and root the cuttings. If you do not cut it, it will lose its decorative effect. I do not spray, I just pour additional water into the pan. Yes, I forgot, you cannot feed fertilizer with the presence of lime, calcium does not tolerate, it begins to bend.

I bought it two or three years ago, and it bloomed for me by the fall and continued in winter. It hangs, however, under the lamp. And every year it blooms with me not in the summer, but in the cool season. I do pruning in early spring. I get a lot of cuttings, that's why I distribute them. Rooting in light soil under the bag. I water the ground once, and then only sprinkle on the leaf. I root 7-8 cuttings in a pot, they root very easily and almost 100%. When rooting, I do not use Kornevin or any other drugs.

Video: what a grown nematanthus looks like

Beautiful, compact, original - the nematanthus has many advantages. And those who have already settled him at home, they say that he also has an amazing property - to cheer up everyone who throws their eyes at him. And although this plant cannot be called unpretentious, both a professional and an amateur will perfectly cope with the care of a nematanthus. So it definitely deserves to be the focal point of your home garden.

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Nematanthus (or hypocyrt) - a plant with coin leaves and fish flowers at home

In indoor floriculture, you usually have to choose what is more important than beautiful leaves or bright flowers. Often, beautifully flowering specimens have inexpressive foliage, and plants with rich green or motley "hair" bloom inconspicuously. There are not many plants with a harmonious appearance. One of them is nematanthus, aka hypocyrta. This plant has interesting leathery shiny foliage and flowers of amazing shape and color. For our apartments, it is still exotic. Russian amateur flower growers have recently begun to grow this flower. Their foreign colleagues have already managed to give the hypocirte several popular nicknames. In Poland, she was nicknamed the humpbacked flower. In America and Great Britain, the hypocyrt is romantically called the goldfish. And to the Germans, the unusual shape of the inflorescence of the hypocyrte (nematanthus) resembles the lips folded before a kiss. Popular rumor ascribes wonderful properties to this plant, as if happiness and prosperity come to the house with it. Perhaps, because goldfish are famous wish-makers. And flower growers assure that nematatus is pleasant and easy to care for at home.

Nematantus - Goldfish flower: care and reproduction at home

Hanging pots with Nematantus are a picturesque decoration of a sunny window, balcony or loggia. Nematantus is a genus of epiphytic dwarf shrubs that grow on tree trunks in the tropics of Brazil. According to the modern classification, two separate genera - Nematanthus and Hypocyrta are combined into one, numbering about 30 species.

Young shoots initially grow up, but gradually descend under the weight of their weight. However, by intertwining the shoots with a pigtail, it is possible to grow a hypocyrtu and as a small tree on a trunk.

The plant is decorative all season. In some species and varieties, the lower part of the leaf is either completely burgundy or has a pronounced spot along the main vein. There are also variegated forms with a white-lined border along the edge. Flowers that look like fish are yellow, orange, red, pink and even white. The leaves are covered with a waxy cuticle that gives them shine and protects the plant from overheating. Thanks to this property, the hypocyrt can be grown on a southern window, and in summer it feels good in the fresh air.

Nematanthus blooms at home profusely from spring to autumn on young shoots. Therefore, in the fall after flowering, they are shortened by a third. With the cuttings remaining after cutting, the flower is propagated. By the way, you can root them all year round. To do this, I use stem fragments with 1-2 nodes, root them in water or plant them in the soil under a jar. Several cuttings of the same or even different types are planted in one pot.

Hypocyrta is a plant of the Gesneriaceae family, a close relative of violets, gloxinia, streptocarpus, etc. Therefore, for cultivation, they use soil for Saintpaulias with the addition of sphagnum moss, pine bark or brick chips (for looseness).

In spring and summer, water is plentifully, as the topsoil dries up, in winter - rarely and carefully, since excess moisture at this time can lead to decay of the roots and death of the plant. At a winter temperature of + 7-10 degrees, the plant does not require watering at all, its fleshy leaves already contain enough moisture.
During the period of active growth, the room hypocyrt is fed with full mineral fertilizer once every 2 weeks. In summer - less often, about once every 3-4 weeks.

Home care

The main rule is the timeliness of agrotechnical measures. Growing Jasmine is easy, you just need to know some of the nuances. If the grower does not follow the rules specified in the following sections, then even such an unpretentious plant as Jasmine will grow poorly, and the buds will be medium-sized and in smaller quantities.

Location and choice of flowerpot

Thick shade, dampness, lack of light are factors that interfere with active vegetation and abundant flowering. A pot with a lush bush is placed on a stand near the window so that the sun illuminates the plant well. In the absence of heat, it is permissible for direct rays to fall on the leaves, but shading with blinds will be needed in July-early August. It is important to find a balance so that the room is not too dark.

Where to place the plant? A prerequisite is in an area where there are no drafts. Airing is carried out by opening the window, with the doors closed: this way it is easier to exclude the influence of negative factors. Without fresh air, the plant does not develop well, but gusts of wind and drafts are not needed.

The correct flowerpot:

  • the intensity of root growth is medium, a flower pot of moderate depth and width is needed
  • when choosing a new container during transplanting, take into account the size of the bush and the diameter of the previous flowerpot
  • the new flowerpot should be, on average, 3 cm larger than the previous one
  • for growing a moisture-loving plant, a flower pot made of unbaked clay, plastic is used, but metal buckets are not suitable
  • it is important that there are several drainage holes in the flowerpot: watering is frequent enough, abundant, moisture stagnation is not needed.

Soil and drainage

Key recommendations:

  • In the flower shop, you can buy a suitable substrate for plants from the Olive family.
  • It is important that the acidity level of the soil is between 6 and 6.5.

When preparing the soil mixture yourself, you need to take into account the difference in the proportions of the components:

  • for an adult plant - leaf, clay-soddy soil and sand are mixed in equal proportions
  • for young Jasmine - clay-sod land is taken twice as much as other components.

Planting and transplanting

Important rules:

  • after buying a new copy for green decor, it is advisable to move the flower to a new container and replace the substrate
  • the transplant is carried out not immediately after the "settlement" in the house of Jasmine Room, but after a couple of weeks, so that the plant acclimatizes in another room. During this period, the flower is kept in quarantine, separately from other plants. A simple technique prevents the relocation of pests and the transfer of diseases that may have entered the house with a new specimen
  • up to the age of four, the transplant is carried out annually, later - no more than once every two to three years
  • the movement is carried out with the preservation of the earthen coma. It is important to check the condition of the underground part, remove rotten root areas, treat the remaining areas with fungicides (preparations against fungus)
  • the optimal period for transplantation is the beginning of March. After moving the evergreen bush to a new container, the diameter of which is 3 cm larger than the previous one, the flower is not disturbed for about a week. During this period, feeding is not needed, watering is carried out immediately after transplanting and is resumed only after 7-8 days.

Visual video - instructions for transplanting Jasmine room:

Content temperature and humidity

A positive nuance when growing indoor jasmine - the plant tolerates moderate heat well, there is no need to create "tropics" at home. Optimum performance is from +20 to + 22 ° С. In winter, the temperature is slightly lowered so that the flower can rest, gain strength for the growth of young shoots in spring.

A plant with rich green leaves loves moisture: in hot weather, spraying is carried out to avoid yellowing of the elements. If the air in the room is dry, then the liquid from the spray bottle is sprayed every day. The higher the room temperature and the lower the humidity, the more actively spraying is performed.

Watering and spraying

In the previous section, the consequences of poor substrate moisture are indicated: Indoor jasmine not only grows poorly, but conditions are also created for the settlement of dangerous pests of indoor plants - spider mites.

  • The moisture-loving species needs regular watering, the frequency depends on the temperature in the room and the rate of drying of the top layer of the soil. The warmer it is in the home, the more often the bush is watered.
  • You cannot fill the plant: stagnant moisture is the main cause of root rot, which is difficult to combat.
  • Watering is carried out only with settled water, of course, at room temperature: even in the heat, you cannot use cold liquid.
  • To enhance the growth of a beautifully flowering species, increase vitality, and develop resistance to diseases, a natural remedy is used - succinic acid.
  • If pests settled on Indoor jasmine and had to use powerful insecticides (for example, Actellik), then a safe growth stimulant and "resuscitator" - the drug Fitosporin - is suitable for restoring strength.

Indoor jasmine is sprayed in summer, when the humidity of the air decreases and the temperature rises. Without carrying out a simple procedure, the foliage withers, dries up, decorativeness decreases. In a young bush, you can gently wipe the leaves with a damp cloth, but spraying is easier, and there is no excess pressure on delicate greens.

Lighting and supplementary lighting

Indoor jasmine grows well in a bright room. It is important that your home or office has enough light throughout the day. Despite the benefits of sun rays in spring and autumn, you need to be careful with ultraviolet in the summer. On a hot afternoon, a bush with a lush crown is shaded to avoid burns and yellowing of the leaves.

In winter, the plant should rest; additional lighting is not required during the dormant period. You should not keep a light-loving plant in the northern room, especially if tall trees grow next to the house, which significantly limit the access of light.

Top dressing and fertilizers

Active fertilization (every 10-14 days) is carried out in the season of increased growth, from spring to August. Use mineral formulations for beautifully flowering houseplants, preferably in liquid form. It is important that there is enough potassium in the mixtures: the chances of abundant flowering increase.

Fertilizers are applied to wet soil a short time after watering. You need to be careful with granular products: exceeding the dosage can lead to root burns.

Flowering and resting period

Indoor jasmine blooms in early summer, delicate buds are pleasing to the eye in autumn. A rich, sweetish aroma spreads throughout the room. It's important to know: in a small room or bedroom, a beautifully flowering plant with a rich smell is not placed in order to prevent headaches in households and the hostess.

If in summer it is very hot and stuffy, then it is imperative to water and spray the bush more often, otherwise the buds fall off, the flowering is not so abundant. Also during this period good lighting is required, but at noon, you need to shade the decorative look. Timely feeding with liquid mineral fertilizers with a high potassium content has a positive effect on the duration of flowering.

It is advisable to immediately remove wilted buds from the bush so that the plant does not waste juices and energy in vain. It is bad if the petals accumulate on the surface of the substrate, rot, a favorable environment is created for the development of fungi and various kinds of diseases.


For the splendor of the Jasmine Room bush, crown formation is carried out annually. At the end of February or in the first decade of March, the shoots are shortened: healthy, strong ones - they remove half the length, weak, thin ones - they are reduced by one third. If a lot of young twigs have formed on the plant, then the elements are pinched.

Jasmine in the office and home, with good care, grows up to 1 m or more. Under the weight of the leaves and against the background of the long length of the shoots, the plant loses its decorative effect, the stems diverge to the sides, lean towards the ground. For good growth and preservation of health, Jasmine creates a support in the form of an elegant plastic structure or a metal product that does not rust. It is convenient to use a semicircle on which branches are placed. To prevent the stems from dropping too far, it is helpful to wrap them with rope or decorative tape.

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