Written by Maggie
Jan 13 2021
The Chinese Trumpet vine is a famous flower in Lianyungang city and a common vine. The flowers are bell-shaped and the corolla is orange outside. How to care for Chinese Trumpet vine roots broken or leaves yellowing? Here are some Chinese Trumpet vine caring tips.
Chinese Trumpet vine is still alive when the roots are broken, so properly trim the roots and remove part of the leaves to reduce the consumption of excess nutrients. Replant in a new soil, preserve in a ventilated area away from strong direct sunlight, and wait for the plant to recover. Chinese Trumpet vine is blown between July and September. It is very colorful, beautiful and interesting to watch. The following are details of Chinese Trumpet vine care for roots broken.
Remove the Chinese Trumpet Vine plants from the flowerpot and prune the roots to remove some of the rotting and damaged roots. The leaves of the Chinese Trumpet Vine can be pruned appropriately to reduce the consumption of excess nutrients, soak them in carbendazim for 20 minutes, and dry them in a ventilated place to prepare for re-cutting.
To prepare loose and fertile soil, you can add some sand and stone to enhance the permeability of the soil. After the soil is soaked with potassium permanganate solution, it is sterilized and disinfected to eliminate the bacteria and eggs in the soil. Rebury Chinese Trumpet Vine in the soil, water it to ensure that the soil is moist, cover the surface with a film, and wait for the roots to adapt.
In the process of the replanting of Chinese trumpet vine, it can be watered thoroughly once to do a good job of seedling retarding, so that Chinese trumpet vine can adapt to the environment. After transplantation, Chinese trumpet vine is fragile and needs shade protection. Strong sunlight will cause sunburn of the leaves, so it should be maintained in a ventilated and ventilated place to ensure air circulation.
Chinese Trumpet Vine Chinese Trumpet Vine is blown between July and September and as a climbing plant, it has bright, funnel-shaped flowers. Chinese Trumpet Vine is a fragrant Flower with beautiful petals. Chinese Trumpet Vine is not poisonous and should not be touched for long periods of time as it contains a lot of pollen which can cause an allergic reaction when accidentally exposed to your eyes.
There are many reasons that lead to yellow leaves, and we need to care for it according to different occasions. The following are details of Chinese Trumpet vine care for leaves yellowing.
Chinese trumpet vine has a certain negative tolerance, but if it is not exposed to sunlight for a long time, its branches and leaves will easily turn yellow. It is necessary to move it to a semi-negative environment with proper sunlight. With the help of sunlight, the nutrients in the soil will be absorbed by Chinese trumpet vine and its branches and leaves will gradually return to green, especially in summer.
When a Chinese trumpet vine has yellow leaves, it can easily become yellow when the soil is not good and watered too much. Therefore, it is best to replace a Chinese trumpet vine with leaf rotting soil for potting. When replacing a Chinese trumpet vine with leaf rotting soil, the roots should be properly treated so that the plant will grow well.
Chinese Trumpet vine grows quickly, so it needs to be applied as soon as possible. If the leaves turn yellow due to insufficient nutrients, it needs to be applied as soon as possible with a large amount of N/P compound fertilizer, as well as a proper amount of K compound fertilizer, which needs to be applied twice a month in spring and autumn for maintenance.
As a matter of fact, when a Chinese trumpet vine turns yellow, you can also treat it by pruning its yellow branches and placing them in a ventilated, astigmatism environment for maintenance. You can also treat it by turning over the plant for maintenance and applying topical fertilizer to the soil and spraying carbendazim for careful maintenance to gradually recover the Chinese trumpet vine.