Written by Maggie
Nov 27 2020
In summer, it is necessary to provide shade protection to avoid sunburn of succulent leaves caused by strong light. Control the temperature between 15 ~ 25℃, the environment is dry, timely in the air and blade surface sprinkling water. As summer temperatures rise, you can water the succulent meat once a day to keep the soil moist. Turn the succulents over frequently to encourage root absorption.
Summer illumination is intense, long time sunshine is illuminated, which can cause the sunburn of fleshy leaves. It is necessary to move the fleshy leaves of succulent into the room for curing, provide shade protection, ensure proper sunlight scattering, and let the fleshy leaves carry out photosynthesis continuously. Exposed to the sun, fleshy leaves will deflate, affecting the ornamental value.
Succulent’s suitable growth temperature is between 15 ~ 25℃, cool environment, and it can promote the continuous growth of succulent. When the temperature exceeds 35℃, the succulent will stop growing. The environment is dry in summer, so it is necessary to spray water in the air and on the leaf surface in time to cool down and moisturize the leaves, so as to promote the continuous growth of succulent.
The summer temperature rises, the water evaporation rate becomes fast, so succulent needs to water in time, completes the water supplement. Water it once a day in the summer to keep the soil moist. Water succulent thoroughly every time. The succulent surface water will cause root rot. In the rainy season, do a good job of soil drainage.
Succulent grows quickly and requires frequent turning of the soil and changing of pans. Choose a bigger flowerpot, the growth space that satisfies much flesh. Add loose and fertile soil, to ensure the permeability of the soil can add sand and stone. Avoid soil nutrient loss and soil salinization in summer, potassium dihydrogen phosphate can be added appropriately.