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How to grow Adromischus marianiae Antidorcatum

Written by Maggie

Dec 07 2020

How to grow Adromischus marianiae Antidorcatum

The unique shape of Adromischus Marianiae Antidorcatum is always eye-catching, but the harsh growing environment always gives many people a headache. How can Adromischus Marianiae Antidorcatum be fed and good-looking? In fact, find out where it grows. This plant is very easy to grow. Here are six ways to grow Marianiae Antidorcatum, a succulent bubble plant.

Adromischus Marianiae Antidorcatum

Cultivation method of Adromischus Marianiae Antidorcatum

1. Growth environment

Adromischus Marianiae Antidorcatum prefers sunny, cool and dry environments and is afraid of floods. It is important not to put it in a hot and humid place. In the rainy season pay attention to indoor ventilation, and in each season it needs to be in accordance with different methods of care, especially in the hot summer you need to do shading work.

2. Soil requirements

Adromischus Marianiae Antidorcatum is farmed from March to June and September to December and needs plenty of sunlight so that its leaves are arranged closely and well. The soil in proportion to the selection of coal, peat with perlite. If there is not enough light during the growing period, the color of the leaves will become lighter, affecting photosynthesis.

3. Seasonal breeding

How to raise Adromischus Marianiae Antidorcatum? Two seasons to pay attention to. In summer, Adromischus Marianiae Antidorcatum will stop growing. At this time, it does not like the sun so much. It needs to be put in a place with ventilation and shade. Avoid root rot. In winter, less watering is needed. adromischus marianiae antidorcatum can only withstand the environment of around minus 4℃. In winter, the low temperature and dry air not only prevent it from drying out, but also prevent plants from frostbite.

4. Lighting requirements

Adromischus Marianiae Antidorcatum needs plenty of light to ensure that it is ornamental enough. If not, it will look like a delicate leaf. Besides, the top will not be full, and the leaves will become very fragile, which will be broken if not careful. At the same time, the leaves will become longer and suffocate, which will not only affect the beauty but also affect its photosynthesis.

Adromischus Marianiae Antidorcatum

5. Disease control

Spraying carbofuran on the soil surface each summer and winter can effectively prevent the disease. During the growth period, make sure that the indoor air is well ventilated, the light is sufficient, the soil is moist enough, and the indoor temperature is not too high. Make sure the plant does not soak or dehydrate during growth. Also timely pay attention to its soil state, if the phenomenon of soil hardening must be timely loose.

6. Suitable for watering

Adromischus Marianiae Antidorcatum, a blister plant, needs enough water to keep its top branches and leaves plump. Watering time should be set in the evening of every day, avoid at noon watering, one-time water quantity will be customized according to the size of the flowerpot of choose and buy. General watering quantity is in the fifth place of flowerpot is better, too little plant is short of water, too much plant root bar can rot.

Precautions for Adromischus Marianiae Antidorcatum Care

1. Soil ratio

Soil is the main nutrient source of plants and the carrier of plant nutrients. The quality of the soil determines the growth and survival of plants. In general, the soil ratio of Adromischus Marianiae Antidorcatum is 6:3:1 (cinder: peat: perlite). The placing order is also exquisite, the bottom should be cinder, the middle layer is peat, the top layer is perlite, of course, can also use other rocks, but perlite is the most beautiful.

2. Fertilize and change basins

In the bloom stage, thin liquid fertilizer or compound fertilizer with low nitrogen and high phosphorus and potassium can be applied once a month. The time of fertilization is in the morning or evening when the weather is sunny.In the Summer winter dormant period, it doesn’t need to be fertilized. Adromischus Marianiae Antidorcatum generally changes pots once a year. When changing pots, pay attention to check the roots for any rot, and remove the scissors as soon as possible. You can't fertilize it after it's changed. The changing season comes just before the growing season in the spring.

Adromischus Marianiae Antidorcatum