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The Abuli or firecracker flower plant is scientifically known as Crossandra infundibuliformis. It is an ornamental flowering shrub that can grow up to a height of 2 to 4 feet. The plant is widely grown as a houseplant for its brightly coloured flowers.
The Crossandra infundibuliformis is famously known as the Abuli or firecracker flower plant. It hails from the Acanthaceae family, a distinct group of flowering shrub.
The firecracker flower plant is a native of South India and Sri Lanka.
The plant can grow well when a temperature range of 60 to 75 degrees Fahrenheit is maintained.
They bloom all around the year to produce bright red flowers. But the active growing period is from March to October.
The Abuli or Firecracker flower plant is widely grown dark green foliages and funnel-shaped flowers.
The Firecracker flower plant is easy to grow and maintain as long as they receive sufficient amount of water and humidity.
The tree grows well when a temperature range of 65 – 75 degrees Fahrenheit is provided to it.
The Firecracker flower plant can grow up to a maximum height of 2 to 4 feet.
The light requirement of the plant often varies.
The Abuli plant can survive full sun as well as part or light shade.
For obtaining best results, it should be grown in a garden that receives full sun.
The Firecracker flower plant has medium water requirements.
The soil near the plant should be always kept moist.
Subsequent gaps should be maintained between consecutive watering.
During winter months, the amount of water can be reduced to half.
The plant can do well without the addition of any fertilizer but for best results, any sort of organic fertilizer can be applied.
The attractive foliages and bright funnel-shaped red flowers of the Firecracker flower plant make it suitable to be used for ornamental purposes.
The plant is grown in containers to decorate bird garden or rock garden.