Water the plant regularly throughout the summer. Check it regularly to ensure the soil never dries out. In the winter, water infrequently.
Fertilizer is okay but not always necessary. The plant thrives with the right temperature, soil, and water. When fertilizing, feed with a liquid food every two weeks in the spring and summer.
The only grooming the plant needs starts when plants grow too large. This is common when growing the Caesalpinia Pulcherrima indoors.
Cut the plant back in February or March after transplanting. A week or two before cutting, place the plant in a warmer location compared to its current home.
After cutting, give the plant fertilizer through the rest of spring and summer.
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