Written by Maggie
Oct 19 2021
Fittonia Albivenis doesn't die in winter. It has a certain resistance to cold. But if winter temperatures fall below -10 ° C, Fittonia Albivenis will freeze to death. Before winter comes, a small hole is dug in the soil, diluted water soluble fertilizer is buried in the soil, and then buried with fine sand. Water Fittonia Albivenis every 20 days. The water temperature should be kept between 18℃ and 24℃, and the water should not be too cold. In winter, the temperature of Fittonia Albivenis should be kept constant at about 24℃, and the humidity of the growing environment should be controlled at about 40%. Put Fittonia Albivenis under a fluorescent lamp on a winter night.
Before winter, Fittonia Albivenis is dug out of the soil and buried in a pit with diluted water-soluble fertilizer. Then it is buried with fine sand. Then it is replanted in the soil and fixed with moist soil.
In winter, the absorbability of fittonia Albivenis root system becomes weak and cannot be watered frequently. It is necessary to water fittonia albivenis every 20 days. The water temperature should be kept between 18℃ and 24℃. The water poured should not be too cold, otherwise it will frostbite the root system of Fittonia Albivenis and affect the growth of Fittonia Albivenis in winter.
Fittonia Albivenis needs to keep the temperature constant at about 24℃ in winter, and the air in winter is relatively dry. While Fittonia Albivenis likes to grow in a humid environment, so the humidity in the growing environment of Fittonia Albivenis is controlled at about 40%. It can make Fittonia Albivenis grow more comfortably.
Fittonia Albivenis is a light-loving plant. The sun is less in winter. If it is cloudy for a long time, it is necessary to put Fittonia Albivenis in the bright light during the day and put it under the light at night to be illuminated by fluorescent lamps. If the sun is outside, put Fittonia Albivenis outside to get some light.
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