How to care for Aesculus

Written by Maggie

Dec 23 2020

How to care for Aesculus

For additional interest in the landscape, consider growing Aesculus. They’re perfect for adding drama either standing alone as a specimen planting or among other trees as a border planting. The following are tips on caring for Aesculus.


How to care for Aesculus having diseases and pests

In the process of growing Aesculus, if suffering from leaf spot, we need to deal with branches of the disease, and to strengthen the management of ventilation, for its control and so on spraying midlothian. If suffering from burning disease, we need to give its shade, prevent basking in, and give the plant water conservation in time. To scale insects, and the harm of diseases and pests such as dung beetles, you first need to give the manual processing, and give its plants sprayed with corresponding control of diseases and pests.

1. Leaf spot

During the summer, if the Aesculus is not properly cured and the environment is not ventilated, the plant will be vulnerable to leaf spots. Some of the leaves will show irregular patches, reducing the ornamental value of the plant, and the Aesculus will spread gradually. Once the Aesculus is found, the diseased branches and leaves should be cut off immediately.

2. Sunburn

Although an Aesculus likes to grow in the sun, the hot summer sun can burn the plant and cause its leaves to lose color. The Aesculus needs to be moved to a cool, well-ventilated place for maintenance, and it needs to spray water into the air, soil and plant. It is best to cut the burned branches and leaves, and keep the environment well ventilated.

3. Scale insects

Aesculus is also vulnerable to scale insects in its pest and pest control. The insect will absorb nutrients from the plant and cause the plant to fail to grow. The branches that suffer from the scale insects can be pruned properly and the plants need to be sprayed with malathion, deltamethrin and other drugs for control.

4. The beetle

When an Aesculus is exposed to the beetle, the insect will eat the plant's leaves and branches, leaving the plant alone for a long time and possibly causing the plant to wither and die. The Aesculus needs to be treated manually immediately. It also needs to be treated with weeds around the plant and sprayed with drugs such as DDW.


How to care for Aesculus in different times

In 3 ~ 5 month, growing Aesculus needs to water once every 2 ~ 3 days, and requires every 20 days fertilizer. We can also give the turn basin in soil conservation. In 6 ~ 8 months maintenance, we need to give the complete sun protection measures, and require every day watering pot soil.

1. How to care for Aesculus from March to May

Aesculus is highly adaptive to the environment. Generally, Aesculus needs to be watered every 2 to 3 days and fertilized every 20 days during the curing period of 3 to 5 months. If the pot curing can be done by turning the pot to change the soil, it can also be pruned and maintained appropriately.

2. How to care for Aesculus from June to August

Usually in June to August is the hottest time of the year. Although Aesculus likes to be kept in the sun, the Aesculus should be protected from the sun in June to August and should spray the soil with water every day. Do not conserve the Aesculus with topdressing, as this will affect the plant's normal growth.

3. How to care for Aesculus from September to November

In fact, the Aesculus can be planted by a monthly curing method. The Aesculus should be picked from September to October when the fruit is mature, and should be watered and preserved timely. The seeds can be obtained from the fruit for sowing and reproduction.

4. How to care for Aesculus from December to February

Aesculus should be planted in December to February, when the temperature is the lowest. If the Aesculus is not well controlled and kept warm, it will be vulnerable to frostbite. The Aesculus should be maintained at a temperature above 5℃ in December to February, and placed in a sunny environment, which is conducive to the growth of the plant.