Written by Maggie
Nov 23 2020
In summer, we need to do a good job of shading and sun protection when raising Gypsophila Paniculata. Gypsophila Paniculata is the most blooming flower in summer, so it needs to apply rotted organic fertilizer once every other month to make the flowers bloom more brightly. Regular spraying is also needed to prevent Gypsophila Paniculata from developing insect pests and diseases.
The summer climate is hot and dry, and Gypsophila Paniculata is not resistant to high temperature or drought. Therefore, it is better to move it to astigmata for maintenance, spray water around the pot-plants full of stars, reduce the surrounding temperature, and provide a good growing environment for Gypsophila Paniculata.
Gypsophila Paniculata does not absorb a large amount of soil moisture in summer. But the summer sun is particularly strong and can easily evaporate water from the soil. Gypsophila Paniculata needs to be watered once a day to provide sufficient moisture to Gypsophila Paniculata to make it grow better in summer.
Generally, most plants do not need fertilization in summer. However, the flowers of Gypsophila Paniculata bloom most vigorously in summer, so ripe organic fertilizer needs to be applied every other month to make the flowers of Gypsophila Paniculata bloom more colorful, which may also prolong the flowering period.
Gypsophila Paniculata is susceptible to insect pests and diseases in summer. Therefore, it is best to put the Gypsophila Paniculata in astigmatism ventilated place for maintenance every summer, strengthen the management of watering and fertilizing Gypsophila Paniculata, and regularly spray insecticides to prevent diseases and insects and make it grow healthily.