>A While ago I bought a ...
>>All I have on the card in the pot is 'stand in a light place, not in
>direct sunlight. Water & spray regularly. Fertilise once evey 14 days.
You again! At least you like nice plants.
Having worked in a nursery, I suggest you ask the folks that you bought
the plant off. They should know the answer, or they should find out for
you and themselves. If you bought it in a supermarket, cheaply?, then
you are not helping the retail nursery industry.
For "dieffs", keep 'em moist (not wet, and a lot less water in winter)
and provide good to OK light indoors, not direct sun. You don't need to
feed every fortnight (unless you own a fertiliser company), every couple
of months with a general plant food, or twice a year with a Controlled
Release fertiliser should be adequate. Dieffs are pretty hardy and
shouldn't give you too many problems. Scale, mealy bugs or black sooty
mould may occur, use white oil and/or pyrethrum to control. A spell
outside when it is raining (not freezing cold) for a few days (even a
week or two) will revitalise the poor thing andf then back inside to look
Main things: don't overwater!, don't sit in a saucer of water for days
and days (it'll drown), feed occasionally, don't worry.
Dept. of Natural Resources