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How to care for Edging Lobelia

Written by Maggie

Jan 18 2021

How to care for Edging Lobelia

How to care for Edging Lobelia in hot summer and cold winter? Let's see some tips for Edging Lobelia care.

Edging Lobelia

Edging Lobelia care in summer

Edging Lobelia's way of getting through the summer is to water the plant every day or two, spraying water on the leaves and around the plant to replenish water when the weather gets too hot. When the sun is too strong, do a good job of shading measures, use shading cloth or black mulch, to ensure the flow of air, cut off the bare parts of the plant, and cut off the growth of lush branches. The following are details of Edging Lobelia care in summer.

When we care for Edging Lobelia in summer, water needs to be replenished in time. Water needs to be watered every one or two days. When the soil is dry and the weather is hot, water needs to be sprayed on the leaves and around the plants to prevent the water from evaporating too quickly.

When Edging lobelia is growing in the summer, shade is needed by covering the top of the plant with a shade cloth or applying a black mulch to the soil to protect the leaves from the sun's glare. It can also be moved to a cool place to grow.

When we care for Edging Lobelia in summer, it is necessary to ensure the fluidity of the air to avoid the excessive content of carbon dioxide in the air, which will hinder the photosynthesis and respiration of the plants and lead to the low content of organic matter and glucose in the plants, which is not conducive to the normal growth and development of the plants.

During Edging Lobelia summer caring, the bare parts of the plant should be beheaded, the densely growing branches should be trimmed, the light and ventilation environment of the plant should be improved, and the lateral growth of the plant should be promoted. Nitrogen and phosphorus fertilizer should be applied every two weeks, and urea should be applied every 20 days.

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Edging Lobelia care in winter

When we care for Edging Lobelia in winter, ensure that the water temperature is above 20 ° C, reduce the amount of watering and avoid large areas of pruning. After pruning, coat the plants with carbendazim or plant ash. During frost's fall, plant plants should be moved to a room where the temperature is above 15 ° C and regularly check the soil in which the plants are growing. The following are Edging Lobelia care in winter.

When we care for Edging Lobelia in the winter, it is important to pay attention to the temperature and amount of water you water it to avoid frostbite to the roots and leaves of the plants. Because the temperature is low, the plant consumes the water content of watering. When watering, we must reduce the amount of watering, to avoid too much water at the bottom of the soil.

When we care for Edging Lobelia in the winter, avoid trimming the plants. Because the temperature is low and wound healing is slow, the plants are more prone to bacterial infection and frostbite. After trimming, be sure to apply carbendazim or plant ash to disinfect and disinfect the plants.

When we care for Edging Lobelia in the winter, when frost falls, plants need to be moved to a room where the temperature is above 15 ° C, ventilated and light-permeable, and then watered when the soil is completely dry and white. Suffering light is the guarantee to ensure that Edging lobelia can survive the winter.

When we care for Edging Lobelia in the winter, the soil needs to be loosened regularly to check the condition of the soil to see if there is too much water at the bottom of the soil. If there is any problem, the soil needs to be replaced in a timely manner, and the rotting roots should be cut off, disinfected and dried, and then replanted.

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