Radermachera Sincia belongs to the Bignoniaceae family. It has medium to dark green glossy leaves that almost look a bit oily. The leaves are divided into separate leaflets and are generally thin and delicate looking. The blooms are white but bloom rarely.
Planting & Care
SunLight: Radermachera Sincia plants need plenty of bright, but indirect, light. They need at least four to five hours of this kind of light a day.
Soil: These compact trees like rich soil that drains well. General-purpose potting soil can be used, add sand or perlite if extra drainage is needed.
Watering: Water frequently in spring and summer, but suspend water in winter.
Fertilizer: Only require less fertilization during inactive growth and feeding times should be decreased.
Temperature: Radermachera Sincia prefer to live in temperatures of 65-75 F. (18-24 C.).