Jatropha integerrima is an evergreen shrub that grows to 4.5m tall. It has glossy leaves that are variable in shape, with bright rose-red flowers that resemble clusters of stars. Peregrina is not at all hardy and must have a minimum temperature of 10 degrees in winter, as well as plenty of sun and well-drained soil. It is therefore only suitable for a warm conservatory or warm outdoor climate.
Water moderately while waiting for the substrate to dry.
Plenty of sun exposure is awesome for the growth of this shrub. They can grow properly in partial to entire sunlight, the highest growth of Peregrina occurs in lands with full sun.
To grow and maintain Spicy Jatropha in your garden, you must have a warm climate or conservatory. This shrub is kinda Hardy to low temperature. Minimally it can tolerate 4° C to 10° C, where annually the highest bearable temperature is 35°. The lowest limit of mean annual temperature is 15° C. So, by now, you can guess that this plant has a high intolerance for freezing weather.
Choosing the fertilizers and fertilizing time is essential to ensure the remarkable growth of the shrub. It is ideal for fertilizing the plant three times a year, specifically during summer, autumn and spring. As a fertilizer, use good quality ones which have high phosphorus content. Bony metals play amazing roles in enhancing flower bloom.