Written by Maggie
Nov 24 2020
When breeding Viola Tricolor, provide the right temperature. It grows well at 15 to 25 degrees. If the outdoor temperature is lower than 0℃, it should be placed in indoor breeding, and at least 4-6 hours of light should be provided every day, which is conducive to the better growth of Viola Tricolor. Reduce watering times in winter and apply low concentration liquid fertilizer every 15 days or so.
Viola Tricolor has a certain cold tolerance. how can it be nurtured best in winter? Firstly, the ambient temperature should be controlled within 15 ~ 25℃ in the daytime. Viola Tricolor can grow in a low temperature environment for a short time, but if the temperature is below 0℃, it needs to be moved indoors in time to keep warm and avoid frostbitten.
Viola Tricolor is a common light loving plant. Only by ensuring sufficient sunlight, can healthy growth be achieved. So you can put the plants out in the open for about six hours of light in winter to help them grow better.
Winter breeding Viola Tricolor to appropriately reduce the amount of water, according to the dry and wet degree of the soil to determine whether watering, generally watering once a week can be, if the soil is still wet when watering can also extend the watering time, water must avoid.
In winter, Viola Tricolor does not have a high requirement for fertilizer and water. It can apply liquid fertilizer of low concentration once every half a month or so, which can help plants to better absorb nutrients.If you have a high concentration of fertilizer, dilute it with water to prevent damage to the roots.