Written by Maggie
Jan 13 2021
Gentiana Tetraphylla is a wonderful plant. The gentian flower grows away from the noise of the town, in the clean air of the world, it itself seems so noble. It likes a warm environment. But how to care for Gentiana Tetraphylla in winter low temperature and how to care for Gentiana Tetraphylla if flowers wilt? Now, let's see together.
Whe we care for Gentiana Tetraphylla during the winter months, it is necessary to move it in advance to a temperature-stable room. During the maintenance period, it can be given sufficient work, but also according to the soil and temperature, the right amount of watering, to keep the soil dry. During conservation, attention should be paid to the need for fertilization after Gentiana tetraphylla stops growing in winter, and the water temperature should be close to room temperature. The following are details of Gentiana Tetraphylla care in winter.
Gentiana Tetraphylla is not resistant to low temperature. In winter, the temperature is low, so Gentiana Tetraphylla needs to be moved to a warm indoor curing place in advance. When we care for Gentiana Tetraphylla, the temperature of the environment needs to be stabilized at about 10 degrees, which is conducive to Gentiana Tetraphylla's winter. Gentiana Tetraphylla is affected by low temperatures during the winter. The branches and leaves gradually turn yellow and wither, and the root system enters a dormant state and stops absorbing nutrients.
When we care for Gentiana Tetraphylla, there is no need to cut off the yellow and withered branches and leaves of Gentiana Tetraphylla, otherwise it is easy to make Gentiana Tetraphylla suffer from freezing damage. Keep the Gentiana Tetraphylla in a temperature-stable location, not under doors, windows, and air conditioning vents. During the curing period, after Gentiana tetraphylla stops growing, fertilization is not needed, otherwise it will affect the growth of Gentiana tetraphylla in the next year.
Gentiana Tetraphylla is fond of light. In winter, the light is weak, so Gentiana Tetraphylla can be placed on the balcony of the room with good light. The balcony is full of light. Gentiana Tetraphylla is able to photosynthesize and accumulate nutrients in a full light environment. If the outdoor temperature is suitable, it can also be moved to the outside, where sufficient light is conducive to the growth of Gentiana Tetraphylla.
Gentiana Tetraphylla needs to control water during the winter, after being in a dormant state. When we care for Gentiana Tetraphylla, Gentiana Tetraphylla needs to be watered appropriately according to the soil and temperature conditions, and the soil should be kept as dry as possible. When watering, be careful to keep the water temperature in line with the room temperature. If the water is too cold, it may cause frostbite to Gentiana Tetraphylla's roots.
Gentiana Tetraphylla wilts when it blooms, possibly due to poor maintenance or disease. During conservation, if water and fertilizer are insufficient, Gentiana Tetraphylla needs to be watered and fertilized in time to replenish water and fertilizer. If it is caused by insufficient light, the Gentiana Tetraphylla needs to be supplemented with light. If it is caused by disease, the disaffected leaves need to be trimmed and then the Gentiana Tetraphylla needs to be sprayed. The following are Gentiana Tetraphylla care for flowers wilt.
Gentiana Tetraphylla is a perennial herb in the Gentian family that usually flowers around August.The flowers wilted during flowering, probably due to Gentiana Tetraphylla not watering them enough before flowering. If Gentiana Tetraphylla is short of water, it needs to be watered promptly to replenish its water supply. When we care for Gentiana Tetraphylla, we need to adjust the way of watering, to keep the soil moist.
Gentiana Tetraphylla needs sufficient light during flowering to promote the normal growth of flowers and to prolong the flowering period. Gentiana Tetraphylla suffers from lack of light, poor growth and wilted or yellowed flowers in low-light conditions. If it is caused by insufficient light, Gentiana Tetraphylla needs to be moved to an outdoor environment with sufficient light to supplement the light.
Gentiana tetraphylla needs sufficient fertilizer before flowering to provide sufficient nutrients for flowering. Gentiana tetraphylla's flowers will wither and turn yellow before flowering, and the buds may not open properly if they are not nourished enough. If Gentiana tetraphylla is short of nutrients, it needs to be timely applied with phosphate and potassium fertilizer to supplement nutrients, which is conducive to the growth of flowers.
During the flowering period, Gentiana Tetraphylla showed the phenomenon of wilting flowers, yellow leaves and spots. It may be that Gentiana Tetraphylla had brown spot or spot blight. If Gentiana Tetraphylla suffers from brown spot or spot blight, the infected branches and leaves need to be cut off and burned. After the disordered leaves are pruned, Gentiana Tetraphylla needs to be sprayed with either methyl tobuzine or carbendazim.