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You should keep the temperature for your Lotus plant 21 degrees Celsius. This plant grows at this temperature. If the temperature reaches 35 degrees Celsius, some shade can provide. Shadow is required to prevent the burning of leaves. Use pond pills to feed your lotus plant.Where do you grow Lotus?
It’s most commonly grown in water gardens. It is very invasive, so care has to be taken when growing it, or it will quickly take over its environment. Keep reading to learn more lotus plant information, including lotus plant care and how to grow a lotus plant.What is a lotus plant?
The lotus (Nelumbo) is an aquatic plant with interesting leaves and stunning flowers. It’s most commonly grown in water gardens.How often should I fertilize my lotus plant?
The Lotus plant should be fertilized sparingly for the first year. Too much fertilizer may cause the Lotus foliage to burn. A Lotus plant that is established can be fed every 3 or 4 weeks during the growing season. Care must be taken when inserting fertilizer tabs, because the growing tip and new growth can be damaged.