Written by Maggie
Jan 29 2021
Lycium Chinense is now very popular among health professionals. With Lycium Chinense seeds to soak in water, it can improve eyesight and relieve fatigue. It is because of the efficacy and role of Lycium Chinense that very many people also raise Lycium Chinense at home. Many people do not understand how to grow Lycium Chinense bonsai. The maintenance method of Lycium Chinense is not very complicated. Now let's see growing Lycium Chinense care.
When we grow and care for Lycium Chinense, the soil requirements are not high, but it is best to use sandy soil with good drainage to breed. When potting Lycium chinense at home, you can use humus soil or rural soil and add some sandy soil. Generally, purple clay pots are used for flowerpots, which are not only suitable for the growth of Lycium Chinense, but also look very high-end.
Lycium Chinense prefers sun, so when we grow and care for Lycium Chinense, we should place it in a sunny place when we use Lycium Chinense. In addition to the need for shade in hot summer, direct sunlight can be accepted in other seasons. The long-term dark and dark environment will only make Lycium Chinense bonsai grow fruitless without leaves and branches and bear no fruit.
To talk about how to grow and care for Lycium Chinense, watering is also essential. Generally speaking, in the hot summer, it is necessary to water once a day in the morning and evening. In the spring and autumn season, it is once a day in two days. In the winter, it is necessary to reduce the amount of watering and master the principle of not watering.
Fertilizer mainly masters the principle of thin fertilizer application. If it is just planted Lycium Chinense, it is not allowed to fertilize. When we grow and care for Lycium Chinense, after a few months of planting, bean cake fertilizer can be applied once a week.
The Lycium Chinense bonsai is given a major pruning in the spring of each year, removing the previous year's branches. When we grow and care for Lycium Chinense, it is also necessary to often cut its dead, old branches and useless long branches, so as to maintain the beauty of Lycium Chinense bonsai. In addition to the above Lycium Chinense maintenance methods, but also pay attention to some matters needing attention.
When we grow and care for Lycium Chinense bonsai, we should pay attention to often move it to the ventilated place for ventilation. The indoor air does not circulate for a long time, which can easily lead to various insect pests and affect the normal growth of Lycium Chinense bonsai.
Lycium chinense begins to germinate and grow in spring as temperatures slowly rise. Spring is a good growing season for Lycium Chinense. The light, temperature and so on are quite suitable. When we grow and care for Lycium Chinense, we need to pay attention to its sprout.
In general, newly planted Lycium chinense, it is necessary to keep the correct bud point, because the scissors are not easy to heal, so when we grow ad care for Lycium Chinense, it is necessary to keep a longer bud point. Before and after the Tomb Sweeping Festival, remove the budding tillering plants of Lycium chinense in time, the bud out should be cut off from the base in time, but pay attention to retain the appropriate bud.Also, remove excess branches.
In the summer, Lycium Chinense thrives, so look out for plastic surgery, and pests and diseases. Summer is the season when diseases and insect pests occur frequently. When breeding Lycium chinense, pest control work should be carried out in time. In the summer, Lycium Chinense actually produces fruit, but it is uncertain, sometimes more and sometimes less. In order to harvest the Fruit better in the fall, it can be removed. When we grow and care for Lycium Chinense, the branches should be pruned and tied before the branches become lignified. If the leaves turn yellow, they should be cut off.
Autumn is a good time for Lycium Chinense fruits and appreciation. Because the temperature has started to drop, Lycium Chinense can be placed in a ventilated and sunny place, and the reasonable picking of fruit and buds can ensure the uniformity of fruit. When the fruit is red, the leaves are green and the fruit is red, it can be said that it is very eye-pleasing. When we grow and care for Lycium Chinense, to extend the viewing life of Lycium Chinense, store it in a cool place.
In winter, Lycium Chinense begins to shed its leaves. It can be cut before and after the Spring Festival to cut the sick and weak branches and keep the appropriate buds on the branches. The specific pruning can be decided according to the desired shape.
When we grow and care for Lycium Chinense in winter, we should pay attention to keep the temperature at 1℃ - 10℃.