Written by Maggie
Sep 18 2021
Sedum Clavatum is used for summer conservation and shade protection, as strong light can cause sunburn on the leaves. Keep the temperature between 0℃ and 30℃. Spray water on the leaf surface and the air to cool down and moisturize the leaves. Put it in a ventilated place. Water it 3 times a month to avoid water accumulation. Trim the withered leaves of Sedum Clavatum in time to avoid insects and disease.
Sedum Clavatum likes plenty of light, and as the temperature between day and night increases, its leaves become more colorful. Under suitable temperature, sedum clavatum can be placed in the open air for curing. Enough light can make small red spots appear on the leaves of Sedum clavatum to increase its ornamental value. The summer light is intense, which can cause the leaf sunburn, and we may carry on the appropriate shade protection.
Sedum Clavatum does not require much in the environment, and its suitable growth temperature is between 0℃ and 30℃. Sedum Clavatum stops growing when temperatures rise above 30 ° C in summer. Sedum Clavatum can be preserved in a generally ventilated place to increase air circulation. It can be sprayed with water in the air to cool the body and moisturize it to promote the growth of Sedum Clavatum.
Sedum Clavatum is drought-resistant and has thickened leaves that hold water well. As summer temperatures rise, they can be watered heavily to replenish water. Water thoroughly every time, three times a month, so that the soil in the moist state, in the rainy season there is more rain, and do a good job of soil drainage measures, or water will cause root rot.
As summer temperatures rise, Sedum Clavatum begins to go into hibernation and the environment becomes drier, allowing it to cool and moisturize its leaves by spraying them with water. Pruning some of Sedum Clavatum's aging leaves reduces the consumption of excess nutrients, increases air mobility, and reduces the growth of bacterial pests and diseases.