Breeding methods of Sedum hispanicum in summer

Written by Maggie

Dec 03 2020

Breeding methods of Sedum hispanicum in summer

During the breeding process, Sedum Hispanicum should be placed in the semi-negative area for maintenance.And in the process of summer maintenance, it is necessary to put in the shade for maintenance, also a lot of water to its soil.If the temperature is too high, spray water around it to make it grow better.We must maintain the environment to ventilate, and when the there is disease and insect, control it, prevents the plant to wither and die.

Sedum Hispanicum

1. Sunscreen of Sedum Hispanicum

Sedum Hispanicum has certain shade resistance, and needs at least 4 hours of light.Don't shut out the sun for too long.And in the process of summer breed, it must not be put under the sun exposure, and we need to do a good job to its prevent bask in measures, put in the shade carefully preserved.

2. Water a lot for Sedum Hispanicum

Sedum Hispanicum doesn't need a lot of water when it's hot in the summer.But under the sun, it is easy to make the basin soil moisture evaporation.Water the pot immediately, and if the temperature is too high, spray water around the pot to cool it, so that the sedum hispanicum can grow better.

Sedum Hispanicum

3. Keep ventilation for Sedum Hispanicum

Generally, in the summer maintenance of Sedum Hispanicum, it has higher requirements on the growth environment.In the summer, you need not only to shade and protect it from the sun, but also to keep the environment ventilated.Do not put it in a closed environment, or its leaves will gradually lose vitality, reduce its ornamental value.

4. Disease and insect control of Sedum Hispanicum

In fact, during the growth process, the Sedum Hispanicum is also easily exposed to pests and diseases, which makes the plants unable to grow in the soil normally, and may even cause the plants to wither and die.At this time, it is necessary to improve its growth environment, but also a large number of potassium compound fertilizer, spraying the corresponding pest control agents.

Sedum Hispanicum