Written by Maggie
Dec 01 2020
Conophytum minimum wittebergense is relatively long and beautiful. The surface of the plant grain is clear, the plant is flat, easy to group.
Conophytum minimum wittebergense sleeps in the summer and grows in other seasons. Flowering period is in winter. Desquamate period and raw stone flowers are about the same, but desquamate period is longer. In the desert period, there is more bask, less water. From 4~ the end of May it will be basically over. Conophytum minimum wittebergense is the outside of the old skin slowly dry, nutrients provided to the new plants, such as the old skin dry thin wings, this time is complete peeling success.
Conophytum minimum wittebergense is not fast in the sun. In the summer, we need to shade the sunlight. In spring in March is conophytum minimum wittebergense’s peeling period, and it can be exposed to the sun. After peeling completely, we need to fill water. conophytum minimum wittebergense usually needs less water. The whole summer needs sunshade, put in bright and ventilated scattering light places. Also gives it a little water, and too much can lead to rot. The water supply can be restored after the temperature falls in autumn and gradually. In winter they produce brilliant flowers. Full plants do not need to be watered. Avoid frostbite due to too low temperature. It can grow normally when the soil is dry even if the temperature is -3 degrees.
Conophytum minimum wittebergense can be sown or separated, and the cones will look beautiful when they are in groups.
Conophytum minimum wittebergense is easy to group. Every year take off 2~3 heads. It is easy to die if not breeding well, or will die a few heads.