Moonstone has a blue-green colored leaves, oblanceolate shaped that are curve upward and are resistant to dropping. It’s perfect for growing as a houseplant, where it will require little maintenance.
Corvus thrives well in bright indirect Light. Direct sunlight can burn their leaves.
Follow Drying out in between watering. Excess water can be detrimental.
The Soil need to be fertile and well drained where there is no water logging. Fertile soil rich in humus can be prepared.
Fertilize Corvus in every two to four weeks during spring and summer. Use a general-purpose liquid houseplant fertilizer, but dilute the mixture to one-third to one-half the solution recommended on the container. Withhold fertilizer during the fall and winter months.