Written by Maggie
Jan 22 2021
When the Baby's Breath flowers are in bloom, the little flowers are all over the verdant roots, as dense as the starry sky on a summer night. It is very beautiful. Sow how to care for Baby's Breath? The following are some caring tips.
Baby's breath does not blossom, probably because the soil is not suitable for the growth of the baby's breath. We need to replace the soil suitable for the growth of baby's breath. If lack of sunlight, we need to give it sufficient sunshine, improper water and fertilizer should be drained in time, and the temperature should be controlled above 10℃ in winter, so that the baby's breath can blossom beautiful flowers in the next flowering period and make the baby's breath more ornamental. The following are details of Baby's breath care for it does not blossom.
Baby's Breath has a relatively high requirement for soil. If the soil does not contain alkaline content, it will eventually lead to the failure of Baby's Breath to bloom beautiful flowers. When we care for Baby's breath, it is necessary to timely replace a suitable soil for growth for Baby's Breath.
The failure of the baby's breath to blossom may also be caused by the lack of light. If the baby's breath is preserved in a cool and shaded place, the branches of the baby's breath cannot differentiate, leading to the failure of blossoming beautiful flowers. Therefore, when we care for Baby's breath, it is required to move it to a sunny place for conservation, but it should be placed in the astigmatism in summer.
If improper water and fertilizer will also lead to baby's breath not blooming flowers, it is necessary to timely help the soil drainage thin fertilizer, put it in the astigmatism ventilation place. Generally in the growing period of baby's breath can be poured water every 5 days, half a month application of NPK compound fertilizer.
If the temperature is lower than 5℃ in winter, the roots of the plant will be frostbitten. When the baby's breath is flowering, the baby's breath will not blossom. When we care for Baby's breath, it is better to control the temperature above 10℃ in winter, which can promote the flowers of the baby's breath to bloom more beautifully.
The baby 's breath roots rot. If improper soil baby' s breath roots rotted, we need to change in time to be suitable for the growth of the soil. If watering too much less, we need to change the soil on astigmatism in water curing. If they suffer the harm of pests, make the baby 's breath roots rotted, we need to improve the growth environment, and to soil spraying dichlorvos pesticides such as agents. The following are details of Baby's breath care for root rot.
Baby's Breath is easy to rot in the process of growth. If not treated in time, it will wither and die. When we care for it, Baby's Breath needs to be removed from the soil, and all the rotten roots of Baby's Breath should be cut off, and then replanted into the soil.
Baby's breath rotted roots may be caused by soil discontentment. After the root treatment, it is best to replace the soil conservation suitable for the growth of baby's breath. When we care for Baby's Breath, garden soil and leaf rot soil can be mixed evenly, and then lime or organic fertilizer can be used as base fertilizer to promote baby's breath to take root again.
Too much watering will also make the root rot, so how to care for the Baby's Breath root rot? The rotten root can be treated and replaced with soil, then put in the astigmatism careful maintenance, reduce the amount of watering to avoid root festering, wait patiently for 5 days, then give the baby's breath to water.
In fact, baby's breath rotted roots may also be caused by insect pests. If not treated in time, it is easy to wither and die of the baby's breath. When we care for Baby's Breath, it is necessary to move the rotted roots to a place with good ventilation and sufficient light, cut off the rotted roots, and spray insecticides such as dichlorvos into the soil for prevention and control, so as to gradually restore the vitality of baby's breath.