Yellow Shrimp

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Maintenance Level
Moderate
Placements
Outdoor-Sunny
Toxic
NO
Fragrance
Medium
Seasons
Summer
Plant Height
36" to 48"

 Water Frequency

Winter

Twice Week

Summer

Daily

  Fertilizer Frequency

Winter

2-3 Month

Summer

Every Month
1
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Golden shrimp plants are popular landscape items in tropical areas. The “shrimp” is grown primarily for its flower heads. The easy to grow plants produce a year-round profusion of overlapping masses of gold bracts flecked with small white flowers tipped with purple spots, each having two slender petals and long yellow stamens, amid bright green leaves. The flowers last only a few days but the flower heads last for a long period of time.

Soil Need

Potting Soil Mix, Loamy Soil, Clay sand Mix

Fertilizer (type)

Growth Pattern

Moderate

Pruning

1-2 Month

Re-Potting

Every 17-18 Month

Process :
  1. Golden shrimp plant prefers full sunlight; however, the plant benefits from afternoon shade in climates with hot summers
  2. The plant grows in nearly any type of well-drained soil, including sand, clay, loam, or soil
  3. When watering, provide enough water to saturate the roots to a depth of about 6 inches.
  4. Feed the plant once every month during spring and summer, using a fertilizer for blooming plants.
  5. Repot younger plants every spring, going up one pot size.

1. Add beauty to the garden

Do's

1. The best time to trim and prune is when blooming begins to slow. 2. To prevent the plant from setting seed and entering dormancy early, snip flowers as soon as they wilt. 3. If they're kept as perennials, refresh older pots with fresh potting soil every spring, but don't increase pot size.

Don'ts

1. Avoid excessive fertilization, which weakens the plant and makes it more susceptible to disease and insects

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