Is Lofos a perennial?
Originating from the Mexican mountains, lophsopermum is a genus of eight species and is deciduous and evergreen – perennial climbers and shrubs from the slopes of North and Central America.
Is Lofus a perennial?
Lofos are half hardy perennials in the UK so it depends where you live about planting them in the ground. It may be best to plant in pots and keep in a cold glasshouse over winter if possible, otherwise cut back and mulch over winter outside and they may come back in the spring if not too cold.
How do you keep Lofos blooming?
Use a well-drained peat/perlite mix and maintain soil pH between 6.0 and 6.5. Feed with a complete water-soluble fertilizer at 200 ppm. Keep light levels high to moderate, between 5,000 and 8,000 footcandles. Although flowering isn’t related to day length, higher light levels will produce more flowers.