Blue daisy flower is suitable for growing in well ventilated basin soil. We can cultivate it in mud basin and ceramic basin. The soil must be fertile. Give it a growth environment of about 18-22 ℃. If the temperature is lower than 10 ℃, it will grow very slowly. During the growth and flowering period, it is necessary to see light properly, maintain a humid environment, and provide water in time, so that the plant roots cannot be soaked in water.
Pot soil: The pot soil used for propagating blue daisy flower has good air permeability. It is recommended to use mud pots or ceramic pots for flower pots. If you want to have a higher appreciation, use ceramic pots. The soil should have a certain fertility, and the rotten leaf soil, garden soil and peat soil can be mixed for cultivation.
Temperature: The temperature suitable for the growth of blue daisy flower is about 18-22 ℃, its growth will be better if it is maintained at an appropriate temperature, and the temperature during flowering should be maintained at about 10-25 ℃. When the temperature is lower than 10 ℃, the speed of plant growth will slow down.
Light:Blue Daisy Flower prefers sunshine, especially during vigorous growth and flowering. Only proper light can better grow and bloom. However, blue daisy flower is also capable of warn environment.
Moisture: Blue daisy flower is suitable for growing in wet soil. It should be watered after the water in the basin becomes dry, but its roots should not be soaked in water for a long time, which is easy to rot.
Precautions for propagating blue daisy flower
During the flowering period, we should prune the remaining Blue Daisy flowers in time, which can not only reduce the nutrient loss in the basin soil, but also help the inflorescence growth. We should pay attention not to prune the blue daisy flower too much, so as not to affect its normal flowering. Read More: Blue Daisy (Felicia Amelloides) Profile
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