Origin: Spread from India, China, Malaysia, Tropical Africa.
Morphology: There are varieties with different colors and plain or katmer flowers.
Production: Produced with seeds or cuttings. Seeds are sown in crates immediately after spring frosts. In cuttings, a branch taken from the plant is very easily rooted in water.Planting spacing and distance should be 20-30 cm.
Climate: They do not like sunny environments, they should be kept in bright and semi-shade places. The soil should be permeable, sandy and rich in organic substances.
Usage: It can be used purely in flower borders and beds, as well as in large, low pots in front of balconies, terraces and windows, suitable for use in shady environments.
Disease – Pests: Powdery mildew, gray mold, Botrytis, phytophtora, pythium rot, rhizoctonia, red spider, whitefly, aphids, whiteflies and slugs.