For those of you who remember me, long time no see.
I'm like Adeniums...dormant in winter. :)
I have a few questions.
Normally, my largest Adeniums are over-wintered directly before west windows.
Last autumn, after spending summer outdoors, Adeniums were set further away from west exposure.
Now that daylight is longer AND brighter, should Adeniums be placed in brighter light automatically, or do they need acclimating?
What's the lowest temps they'll thrive in?
I'm in IL, so temps fluctuate.
Next weeks temps are supposed to be high 60's during the day, 40F nights.
Is 40 too cold?
Fertilizing. Too soon to fertilizer? Should I wait a little longer?
Repotting. Four Adeniums have been in the same containers for years.
Do Adeniums prefer shallow or long containers?
I'd like the base to be seen.
Adeniums are pretty root bound. If too root bound, will leaves grow smaller? And chance of a flower-less summer?
Sorry for all the questions, thanks in advance. Toni