Written by Maggie
Feb 23 2021
The Climbing onion is a well-known representative species of succulents and is one of the most popular stem succulents in the world. Liliaceae Cangjiao Dian genus, perennial herbs of succulent plants. So how do you grow and care for the succulent plant Climbing onion? The following we will introduce the growing Climbing onion care.
The stem and leaves of climbing onion are very long, so when we grow and care for Climbing onion, it is necessary to keep the soil moist during normal conservation to meet the normal needs of the branches and leaves. But there can be no water, you can also sprinkle more water on the branches and leaves, which can play a moisturizing role.
When we grow and care for climbing onion in its vigorous growth stage, we need to apply a thin fertilizer every 20 days or so. It is best to dilute liquid fertilizer, enough nutrients can make it grow more robust, otherwise there will be poor growth.
It likes the environment of half shade. When we grow and care for climbing onion, we can put it in the living room with astigmatism position, or a place with bright light. If the light is too strong, it will expose its branches and leaves and thus appear wilting.
The best growth in a warm environment, not cold resistance. When we grow and care for climbing onion in the winter, we need to do a good job of cold insulation measures, to avoid freezing damage. It will stop growing at a temperature below 8℃, and a safe winter temperature cannot be lower than 5℃.
When we grow and care for Climbing onion, it needs to be basin-changing once a year, and the best time is in March each year. Trim off rotting roots when you repot it, and plant it with new culture soil, preferably one that is fertile, breathable and well-drained.
Generally slow growth, mostly due to water shortage. If there is not enough water will appear to slow growth. When we grow and care for climbing onion, timely hydration is on the line but should avoid water.
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