Written by Maggie
Dec 08 2020
In the process of breeding Aloe zebrina Baker, it can be put in the sun in the spring and autumn-winter seasons, but in summer noon we need to move it into the shade. We also need to keep the soil moist at ordinary times. In the dormant period, water until the soil is dry. Usually fertilize 2-3 times in the spring. In the winter, control the temperature at 7 ℃.
Aloe Zebrina Baker can be placed in the sun for full sun exposure in spring, autumn and winter, which can make Aloe Zebrina Baker's growth more robust and prevent diseases and insect pests. However, when the summer comes, Aloe Zebrina Baker should be moved to a cool place at noon when the sun is in the sky to avoid the leaves being burned by the sun.
In fact, Aloe Zebrina Baker is a drought-tolerant plant. Generally, the soil should not be too wet. In Aloe Zebrina Baker's farming methods and precautions, when Aloe Zebrina Baker is in its golden period of growth, the soil can be kept moist all the time, while Aloe Zebrina Baker's dormant period in summer and winter should wait for the soil to dry out before watering.
Aloe Zebrina Baker does not need to give it too much nutrients when it is being farmed. Generally, Aloe Zebrina Baker can be made to grow without fertilization. Apply liquid fertilizer to Aloe Zebrina Baker for 2-3 times every spring, which can make Aloe Zebrina Baker's leaves grow more robust.
Every one to two years in the spring, Aloe Zebrina Baker needs to be turned and replaced in a basin. A third of the Aloe Zebrina Baker is removed from the base of the plant, and all the rotted roots are cut off. The roots are then ventilated and dried to allow the wounds to dry. Each plant is then planted in a new basin to re-root them.
Aloe Zebrina Baker has a high requirement for ambient temperature, but it has a certain cold resistance. Generally, the temperature can be controlled at 15 ~ 23℃ to make it grow naturally, but it will stop growing if the temperature is lower than 7℃ in winter. Therefore, the temperature should be controlled at about 7℃ in winter, and do not make the temperature lower than 3℃, otherwise the plants will be easily frostbitten.