Written by Maggie
Feb 03 2021
In order to grow and care for Burro's Tail well, it is necessary to be familiar with the lighting, watering and fertilization requirements of Burro's Tail in different seasons.
The first thing to know is that Burro's Tail grows at 18 ~ 25 ° C, so the ambient temperature needs to be controlled within this range.
When we grow and care for Burro's Tail in summer, the temperature is relatively high, so the environment needs to be strengthened to cool and ventilate. If the summer temperature exceeds 35℃, the Burro's Tail will go into hibernation. Burro's Tail can grow normally if the winter temperature is above 10 ° C,
If the temperature is lower than 5℃, be sure to keep the basin soil dry, otherwise it is easy to frostbite.
Burro's Tail plants are made with loose, fertile, sandy soil that drains well. When we grow and care for Burro's Tail, potted soil can be made from a mixture of Garden soil, coarse sand, vermiculite, and a small amount of bone meal or chicken manure can also be added to the soil as a base fertilizer for the growth of Burro's Tail.
Burro's Tail likes plenty of light. The larger the temperature difference between day and night, the brighter the color of its leaves, and they need to be kept under full daylight in spring and autumn.
It is hot in summer and the temperature is high. When we grow and care for Burro's Tail, we need shade to avoid the strong sunlight in summer. It is suggested to move Burro's Tail potted plants to a ventilated and cool place for maintenance.
In winter, it is recommended to keep Burro's Tail in a sunny place and not in a hot place.
Burro's Tail grows in spring and fall, during which it needs to be watered every two to three days. Summer temperature is high, it is to spray water around the plant generally, increase the humidity of the environment, and can be watered 1-2 times a month. In the fall, the temperature is also falling. When we grow and care for Burro's Tail, we can slowly reduce the amount of watering. Once the Burro's Tail grows very slowly in winter, it can be cut off or not watered.
Burro's Tail is usually used up when it blossoms, so you need to supplement it to make sure it grows properly. When we grow and care for Burro's Tail, it is recommended that you give the Burro's Tail some decrepit organic fertilizer.
Burro's Tail grows slowly or stops growing in the summer. When we grow and care for Burro's Tail, just keep the environment well ventilated and avoid strong sunlight. Also, in the rainy summer, avoid getting wet and causing rot.
In winter, Flower friends are advised to move the Burro's Tail indoors for maintenance. If the ambient temperature is below 5℃, then stop watering and fertilizing. When we grow and care for Burro's Tail, don't spray water in winter, because if you spray water to the leaves, the water will stay in the leaves for a long time, which will cause the leaves to rot, so water directly on the roots of the Burro's Tail.