How to grow Sedum adolphii in spring

Written by Maggie

Mar 23 2021

How to grow Sedum adolphii in spring

When breeding Sedum adolphii in the spring, it must be put in the warm sunshine. From winter to spring weather it will gradually heat up, it needs to be watered once every 4 ~ 7 days. On rainy days, stop water and drainage. During the growth period can also lie between a month at a time of n p, every 2 ~ 3 years of a double spring basin in soil.

Sedum Adolphii

1. Get plenty of light for Sedum Adolphii

The leaves of Sedum Adolphii are fleshy, and it belongs to a kind of succulent plant. Sunshine in spring is mild, and sedum adolphii also likes to bask in sunshine. When Sedum Adolphii is raised in spring, it can be placed on balconies or rooftops and other sunny places.

2. Water in time for Sedum Adolphii

As for how to grow Sedum Adolphii in spring, the climate will gradually heat up from winter to spring, so water should be gradually increased. In breeding Sedum Adolphii, water should be poured every 4 to 7 days in spring. However, in rainy days, not only should watering be stopped, but also water should be moved indoors to make drainage measures to avoid water and rot of roots.

Sedum Adolphii

3. Fertilizer application of Sedum Adolphii

Generally, spring is a vigorous growth season for Sedum Adolphii. If it is not fertilized in time, the leaves of Sedum Adolphii are likely to lose their color. Usually, in spring, if there is sufficient basal fertilizer in Sedum Adolphii, soil fertilization is not necessary; but if there is insufficient basal fertilizer in the soil, nitrogen and phosphorus fertilizer should be applied once a month.

4. Turn the pot and change the soil for Sedum Adolphii

In fact, Sedum Adolphii can turn the pot and replace the soil every two to three years in the spring, so as to avoid hurting the taproot of the plant during the process of turning the pot and replacing the soil. This helps Sedum Adolphii grow better in the new pot and can separate the plants during the process of turning the pot and replacing the soil.

Sedum Adolphii