Written by Maggie
Mar 23 2021
Carrion-flower is a very peculiar shape of succulent plants, so how to care for Carrion-flower? Let's take a look.
Carrion-flower stem wilting may be caused by lack of water, excessive light, inappropriate temperature or soil deterioration, and corresponding measures should be taken according to different situations. Carrion-flowers are highly drought-tolerant and require little water, so they can be watered on a wet and dry basis. The following are details of Carrion plant care for stem wilting.
Carrion-flower stem wilting during cultivation may be caused by lack of water. Carrion-flower likes to grow in warm and dry environments, and has strong drought tolerance. However, if the plant is in a state of water shortage for a long time during cultivation, it will lead to stalk wilting. When we care for Carrion plant, carrion-flowers can be watered as dry as possible.
Carrion-flower is a succulent plant with a high demand for light. However, long-term exposure to strong light during cultivation will lead to the wilt of the stem. When we care for Carrion-flower, carrion-flowers can be grown in full sunlight in spring and autumn and winter, but they should be shaded properly in summer because the light is strong.
Carrion-flowers are drought tolerant but not cold tolerant, and have high temperature requirements. Frostbite will occur in plants when the temperature is lower than 15 degrees Celsius, and in severe cases, the stem will wither. When we care for Carrion-flower, it is best to keep the temperature of carrion-flowers at 15-25 degrees Celsius in normal times and 15-20 degrees Celsius in winter.
If the soil for carrion-flower cultivation is not changed for a long time, the soil deterioration is not good for air permeability, which will also lead to the wilt of the stem of the plant. Therefore, it is necessary to change the soil for cultivation. Carrion-flowers like to grow in soil with good air permeability and drainage. When we care for Carrion-flower, replaced soil can be a mixture of leaf rot soil, garden soil, river sand, and perlite.
Carrion-flower lower stems may have dried out during breeding, and should be properly watered in the soil; Carrion- flower dry stems can also be the result of soil deterioration, which requires replanting. Carrion-flowers like to grow in warm, dry, well-lit environments. It is best to keep the soil moist and dry. The following are details of Carrion plant care for lower lower stems drying.
Carrion-flowers belong to the Apoplaceae family and are often grown as home potted plants. When planted, the stems below the carrion-flowers dry out, possibly due to water shortage. When we care for Carrion-flower, it is necessary to water the soil properly, and then it is best to transplant the plants to a half-shade and ventilated environment for cultivation, to prevent water evaporation too fast.
Carrion-flowers like to grow in loose, breathable, sandy soil with good drainage. The stem drying under the carrion-flowers can also be caused by soil deterioration. When we care for Carrion-flower, the replaced soil can be mixed with peat soil, garden soil, river sand and perlite. After the completion of preparation, fertilizer can be scattered in the soil.
Carrion-flowers are native to southern Africa. They like to grow in warm, dry, well-lit environments. They do not require much water and are best kept in moist and dry soil. When we care for Carrion-flower in spring and fall, they can be placed on balconies, windowsills, and other airy, well-lit areas.
Summer light is strong, it is best to place the plants in a semi-cloudy and ventilated environment when farming, and the plants should be shaded appropriately when the light is strong to prevent the plants from being sunburned by strong light. Carrion-flower is not tolerant to drought and high temperature, so it has a high requirement for temperature. When we care for Carrion-flower, it is best to keep the temperature within 15 ~ 25 degrees and never lower than 10 degrees when growing.