How to control Echeveria Runyonii growing excessively

Written by Maggie

Sep 18 2021

How to control Echeveria Runyonii growing excessively

When Echeveria Runyonii grow excessively, timely deal with it according to the different reasons.Under normal circumstances trimmed the heart, to control the height of plant. Too little of sun retards plant will be moved to the ventilated light place.Given plenty of sunlight every day, in order to promote the leaf photosynthesis, Apply proper nitrogen fertilizer.

Echeveria Runyonii

1. Pruning for Echeveria Runyonii

Echeveria runyonii (Echeveria Topsy Turvy) grows strong. Under the condition of reasonable maintenance it grows fast.If there is moderate growth, plant can affect plant type of beautiful. We can undertake reasonable pick when growth during heart cut processing, mainly to cut off the long leaf, take out the advantage at the top, to suppress the height of plant, enhance appreciation value.

2. Increase light for Echeveria Runyonii

Echeveria Runyonii is a positive plant, suitful to grow in sunny environment.If the lack of light,it is easy to cause moderate growth, stem leaf blades is as poor, leaf color. We can put plants in the outdoor ventilation during growth light curing.Shade when there is strong light, so as to promote the photosynthesis of leaf.

Echeveria Runyonii

3. Soil replacement treatment for Echeveria Runyonii

Echeveria Runyonii has shallow root system distribution.If you don't adapt to the soil fertility and root growth, it will easily cause poor plant growth, a moderate growth. Timely change soilat this time, select the soil mainly in leaf of soil.Sand and garden soil mixed soil is given priority to, and change every 1 ~ 2 years after the in time, to ensure the fertility of soil is enough.

4. Apply fertilizer rationally for Echeveria Runyonii

Echeveria Runyonii (Echeveria Topsy Turvy) does not have a high requirement for fertilizer. If too much nitrogen fertilizer or too much fertilizer is applied, the plants will grow excessively. It is best to stop applying nitrogen fertilizer during the growth period, mainly phosphorus and potash fertilizer.

Echeveria Runyonii