Written by Maggie
Oct 28 2021
It is believed that flower friends who have raised Petunias have been deeply attracted by the rich patterns and colors of Petunias. The patterns and colors of Petunias are very rich, and they are very beautiful when blooming. They are loved by flower friends. In addition, Petunias are not very difficult to grow, the daily maintenance is done well, very easy to burst the pot, and more flowers. The following are details of growing Petunias care.
Petunias prefers a warm, dry, sunny environment. Petunias is not hardy and is afraid of rain and water. When we grow and care for Petunias, the suitable temperature for the growth of Petunias is 13-18℃. When the temperature is lower than 4℃ in cold winter, Petunias plants will stop growing. In winter, Petunias can withstand the low temperature of -2℃, and it is difficult to survive the winter if the temperature is lower than that.
In summer, when the temperature reaches 35 degrees, it can still grow normally.
Petunias is a long-day flower plant that likes a sunny environment. It grows well in sufficient sunlight and flowers are showy. They can be made to bloom earlier by extending the time they are exposed to sunlight. If the Petunias do not have sufficient light, they flower little or no.
When we grow and care for Petunias, it is recommended to put Petunias in the sunny place, such as the east or south of the balcony or window sill, which must be avoided in the poor light place, will directly affect the flowering effect.
Petunias is a flower that likes to be dry and does not want to be wet, but during the growing period, water well and do not let the soil in the pot get too dry. In summer, the temperature is high and the soil needs to be kept moist. When we grow and care for Petunias, make sure you don't overwater it. Petunias can easily grow unfertilized because the soil in the pot is too wet and there is no light.
If Petunias are grown in the open air, keep them out of the rain during flowering.
When we grow and care for Petunias, you can fertilize it every half a month. The fertilizer can be mainly made of decayed cake fertilizer water. In the process of fertilization, try not to touch the fertilizer liquid on the leaves, and do not pour it directly to the root, which is easy to burn.
In the flowering stage of Petunias, calcium superphosphate can be added 2-3 times, which is conducive to more flowering.
When we grow and care for Petunias, to make the Petunias pop, keep pruning the Petunias, starting when they are young. Picking the Petunias seedlings should be carried out when the seedlings are 10 cm high. After picking the seedlings, spraying the leaves 3-4 times with 0.25% to 0.5% for 10-15 days can control the height of the plants and promote the germination of branches.
Petunias plants are prone to prostrate during high summer temperatures and need pruning of long branches. In addition, the remaining residual flowers should be cut off in time to extend the ornamental period.
For seeding to obtain Petunias seedlings, seedlings with 5-6 true leaves can be transplanted, the pot can be selected as a 10 cm diameter pot. When we grow and care for Petunias, the soil can be mixed with garden soil, peat soil, river sand, and stir well.
Then plant the Petunias plants in pots, fill them with soil, press them down, water them once, and grow them in a well-ventilated place.