Written by Maggie
Mar 31 2021
How to grow and care for Barbados gooseberry? Barbados Gooseberry likes warm and humid weather, and requests to develop under scattered light. It is not cold resistant. In summer, the room temperature should be above 10℃, and it likes fat and loose soil. Barbados Gooseberry: It's easier to grow. Because it's sprout force is strong, the root system is prosperous, every year spring should change the basin once. In summer water moderately, keep basin soil moist can be, and stop fertilizing, to prevent root rot. The following are growing Barbados gooseberry care.
Barbados gooseberry prefers fertile, loose breathable, good drainage soil. In the alkaline soil, barbados gooseberry growth is poor, and in the acid soil, Barbados gooseberry growth is better.
When we grow and care for Barbados gooseberry, the growth temperature of 24 to 28 degrees is appropriate, and at night between 18 and 21 degrees is quite good.
In hot days the temperature is high, the evaporation rate of water is also correspondingly accelerated. When we grow and care for Barbados gooseberry in hot summer, it should be moderate to add watering water, winter water needs to be slightly shortened, to avoid the basin water can not be discharged, and affect the root rot phenomenon.
When we grow and care for Barbados gooseberry in hot days and hot seasons, the light is quite strong, and we need to give moderate shade, winter comes, and we need to move into the room to do a good job of breeding, placed in a better light position.
When we grow and care for Barbados gooseberry in the spring, the amount of fertilizer should be added to fully fertilize the growth period, two to three times a month in the topdressing fertilizer.
Barbados Gooseberry has a well-developed root system and should be repotted every spring. When we grow and care for Barbados gooseberry, newly potted plants need to be kept in indoor shade.