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It is also the season of the year in which the days become longer, lasting 12 hours, and gradually extending as the summer approaches.
Opposite to equinoxes are the solstices, which happen in the winter and summer seasons, being the time of the year in which the Sun passes through one of the points of the ecliptic furthest from the equator and in which the maximum difference in duration between day and night occurs.
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Location: Some shade
Fertilizer: every 15 or 20 days
- Light: it needs good natural lighting, but can tolerate semi-shade
- Soil: requires soils with a lot of nutrients and organic matter.
- Water: every 3 days in the flowering period.
- Climate: withstands most non-extreme climates.
Location: outdoor and indoor
Fertilizer: flowering fertilizer
Light: Full sun or in a semi-shaded area.
Soil: Normal garden soil that is calcareous and clay-like, although there are some species that need a more marshy soil.
Watering: Once a week, two if the plant is in the flowering period
Fertilizer: Fertilize monthly with mineral fertilizer until flowering.