Grow “Red Sister” outdoors if air temperatures remain between 65 and 95 degrees Fahrenheit.
Space “Red Sister” plants 3 feet apart if you grow them outdoors.
Grow “Red Sister” in an area that receives bright sunlight. Place it close to a south-facing window if you are growing it indoors.
Water an outdoor-grown “Red Sister” ti plant overhead to provide additional humidity. The plant requires consistently moist soil at all times, whether grown indoors or out. Place a humidifier in the room where you keep the indoor plant or mist it with water from a spray bottle daily to provide humidity. The more often you mist it, the more humidity you will provide.
Fertilize “Red Sister” every three months from spring until August with a 6-2-4 fertilizer. Use 20 to 40 pounds per 1,000 square feet outdoors and 2.5 ounces for a 5-gallon planting pot. Water the soil to a depth of three inches before and after fertilizing.
Cut back overgrown “Red Sister” ti plants in early spring to within six inches of the soil. Cut it back to 1 foot high to encourage the plant to grow bushier.
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