LIGHT AND LOCATION
Lots of light and a few hours of weak sunshine!
It is a plant with great light needs and does not tolerate unluminous environments. The ideal place is one that receives a lot of light (remember that when we talk about light we speak, in general, of clarity) and a few hours of sun, morning or end of day, preferably. In the production sites, lyratas grow under diffuse light, so when they arrive at our homes they must be rustification, that is, adapt the plant to sunlight gradually. We can’t put it in strong sun right away, because if not used the leaf will burn. However, whenever possible, we must make this adaptation, since the sun is necessary for it to grow healthy. In places without sun, you must ensure that light is abundant. Inadequate lighting is one of the main causes for leaf loss and pest attack in this species.