Written by Maggie
Dec 19 2020
Truncata Haworthia, a highly valued ornamental succulent, needs to be carefully tended throughout the year when it is planted. So, take a look at how to care for Haworthia Truncata at different seasons.
Spring and autumn are Haworthia truncata's strong periods of growth. The demand for water is high. So when watering we should keep the soil moist but not the state of the water, and require every two weeks. Give Haworthia truncata a compound fertilizer, meet the plant's nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium requirements, and provide Haworthia truncata needed nutrients during growth. In this way, the Haworthia Truncata can flourish and grow.
In addition, in spring and autumn, the Haworthia truncata is ready to be potted, and the soil is changed during the potting process, so that the Haworthia Truncata grows better.
The plants of the Haworthia Truncata enter into dormancy or semi-dormancy in summer. When the temperature is high and the light is intense, and the growth rate has slowed down. Haworthia Truncata should be kept in a well-ventilated and cool place, and be careful not to be exposed to sunlight, and should be properly shaded when the sunlight is strong.
To prevent the rot of the plants of the Haworthia Truncata, it is necessary to discontinue the fertilization of the Haworthia Truncata and reduce watering.
Winter, on the other hand, is a season of low light and low temperatures, and it should be given sufficient light and maintained at a suitable temperature while the Haworthia Truncata is being planted. When the temperature is kept above 10℃, water can be continued. When the temperature drops below 5℃, the plant will hibernate.