Written by Maggie
Nov 23 2020
Gypsophila Paniculata needs plenty of light in the autumn. Spray the soil with water every four days, spray it around regularly, and apply nitrogen and phosphorus every 20 days. Organic manure can also be applied once it has matured. After the autumn flowering, cut off the branches, and trim them to increase the ornamental value of Gypsophila Paniculata, and promote the blooming of beautiful flowers in the coming year.
The sunlight in autumn is not as strong as that in summer, and Gypsophila Paniculata needs sufficient light to grow, so it needs to be placed in a sunny place for maintenance in autumn.Gypsophila Paniculata leaves will shrink, lose color and reduce the ornamental value if they are preserved in the shade.
Gypsophila Paniculata grows quickly in autumn, and the autumn climate is particularly dry, so it is necessary to timely water and conserve Gypsophila Paniculata. It can be every 4 days or so of irrigation water, but also the regular spraying of water around, increases the moisture of the air.
Gypsophila Paniculata needs to be fertilized in time in autumn to provide sufficient nutrients for its growth to flourish. Gypsophila Paniculata can be applied with nitrogen and phosphate fertilizer every 20 days, and the rotted mixture of vegetable leaves and garbage can also be used to make organic fertilizer of Gypsophila Paniculata, which will promote the growth of Gypsophila Paniculata to be more vigorous and produce beautiful flowers in the coming year.
Gypsophila Paniculata can also give it a trim every autumn. Because it's outside flowering period is in June ~ August, and will bloom beautiful flowers. After waiting for the autumn flowering period, we can cut all the useless branches. After pruning, the Gypsophila Paniculata can be properly shaped, which makes the growth of Gypsophila Paniculata better and more ornamental.