Written by Maggie
Dec 13 2022
How to grow and care for chrysanthemum blossoms? Flower friends who like flowers have certain opinions on their favorite flowers, such as flower planting methods of cultivation and maintenance tips. Now, let's look at how to grow and care for Chrysanthemum.
The growth habits of Chrysanthemum vary due to the abundance of Chrysanthemum species. Every plant has a favorite temperature, it is no exception, its temperature is about 19, 20 degrees is appropriate. Chrysanthemum is pleasant to cool, relatively cold, outdoor kind of it cold resistance heat resistance not easy to die. When we grow and care for Chrysanthemum, we should pay special attention to the severe winter and hot summer.
Chrysanthemum Daisy-Like Flower needs more water, but should be watered reasonably, too much is not good. Water less in the rainy season with more water and water more in the dry season with less rain. When we grow and care for Chrysanthemum in summer, when they bloom, water twice a day. Once in the morning, once in the evening. Other times to pour once a day is good, there is no special restriction, the best time is more fixed. Watering doesn't damage the roots, be careful of that.
The Chrysanthemum is not afraid of sunshine and can be exposed to sunshine every day, but should not be exposed too much under strong sunlight, as this will reduce the number of leaves and flower branches, thus affecting the flowering period. When we grow and care for Chrysanthemum, it can be kept out of the sun for about two hours at noon and bathed in the sun the rest of the day for twelve hours a day.
The best way to do this is to sell in retail-oriented shops, but this is expensive and not cost-effective. When we grow and care for Chrysanthemum, using some phosphate fertilizer, potash fertilizer, vegetable fertilizer, organic fertilizer is good. Fertilizer is used according to the weather and how it grows. Under normal circumstances, once every 5 days. Don't use fertilizer when the flowers are in bloom. Too much or too little fertilizer can be bad for growth.
Chrysanthemum is a resilient plant that can survive in most soils. When we grow and care for Chrysanthemum, the best is still planted in the land is relatively loose and fertile, drainage is good, some rotting leaves in the rotting material soil.