China Doll Plants

Saving My Radermachera

Anonymous added on May 7, 2011 | Answered

I purchased a Radermachera (China doll) about a week ago. I've watered the plant once since I've had it (one week). I understand that the plant should not be drowned in water, its soil should be dry to the touch. I also know that my plant should have indirect light. I am totally baffled to what that means. Does it mean that the plant should be right next to a window? I have fallen in love with the China doll (Radermachera). I had this type of plant before and I was not able to keep the plant healthy.

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Answered on May 7, 2011

Indirect light means simply bright light that is not directly in the sunlight. In other words, locate it in or near a window (or room) that receives plenty of light but is not direct sunlight.

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