Among the many succulent plants, burro's tail is a popular plant, and it is relatively easy to feed. However, for some novices, how should we water burro's tail in the process of taking care of it? How often do we water burro's tail?
How to water burro's tailBurro's tail
is a drought tolerant plant, but it is impossible for us not to water it during maintenance, but we can't water it too much, because too much watering may lead to root rot of burro's tail.
Therefore, in our daily maintenance process, we generally only need to keep the soil slightly wet. In our usual maintenance process, we can see dry watering. If we find that the soil in burro's tail basin starts to dry, we should properly pour more water.
Generally, in the process of maintaining burro's tail, we can pay water once a month or so, but we need to pay attention to that in the process of watering, do not ask water to be poured on the leaves of the plant, because it is easy to cause the leaves of burro's tail to rot.
Water burro's tail in summer
In summer, the temperature is high and the light is strong. Therefore, at this time, we must shade burro's tail and appropriately increase the watering times. Therefore, the high-temperature environment will make the water evaporate faster.
Moreover, watering burro's tail
more in summer can not only maintain the water of the plant, but also cool the plant. In this way, the new jade will grow better.
When watering burro's tail in summer, we'd better do it in the morning and evening. Don't water the plant when the sun is high. This will accelerate the evaporation of water and affect the normal growth of the plant.
Water burro's tail in winter and dormancy
After entering winter, burro's tail
will enter the dormancy period due to the low temperature environment, so the growth of new jade will become slow at this time. Therefore, we should not water too much when we are maintaining burro's tail at this time.
Moreover, in order for burro's tail to survive the winter better, we'd better keep the basin soil slightly dry. Generally, we just need to keep its slightly moist environment.
If we water burro's tail too much in winter, the roots of burro's tail cannot be absorbed, which will lead to too much ponding in the basin soil, leading to the root rot of burro's tail, resulting in the death of the whole plant.