King Tut plants thrive best when they receive at least six hours of direct sunlight every day. The plant should be moved into a shady area for the remainder of the day. The soil should be kept fairly saturated, but too much wetness can cause problems with the stems. King Tut plants are known to grow well in ponds and other watery areas.Continue Reading
King Tut plants should be given an average amount of balanced and gentle organic fertilizer. The soil should have a pH between 6 and 8, and ideally, it should not drain well. Although they do not require regular deadheading, droopy stems can be removed as needed. If the plant is grown in a container, the container should be substantial because Tut plants grow to be quite large in a short amount of time. The container should not have any holes in the bottom.
Long periods of freezing temperatures should be avoided. Potted plants can survive the winter by being kept in a cool area next to a sunny window. Outdoor plants with shallow roots may require mulching or submersion underwater to survive until the next spring. King Tut plants can be treated as perennials or annuals, depending on whether they are in the right conditions to survive winter temperatures.Learn more about Outdoor Plants & Flowers