How to grow Bellis perennis

Written by Maggie

Nov 24 2020

How to grow Bellis perennis

When raising Bellis Perennis, loose and fertile soil should be selected to ensure soil breathability. Give the Bellis Perennis plenty of light and shade during the summer. Control the temperature between 20 ℃ and 25℃, and move it to the indoor curing in winter. Water the Bellis perennis in a timely manner, rehydrating well and watering thoroughly each time.

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Bellis Perennis

1. Soil for Bellis Perennis

Bellis Perennis likes to grow in subhumid soils. Choose loose and fertile soil, to ensure the permeability of the soil, you can add sand and stone in the soil. Add some pine needles and drain the soil well during the rainy season when there is more rain.Frequent tilting of Bellis Perennis promotes root absorption.

2. Light for Bellis Perennis

Plenty of light will encourage the Bellis Perennis to grow and its petals to open more fully. Keep the Bellis Perennis in a well-ventilated place with good sunlight. Adequate shade protection is needed to protect the Bellis Perennis leaves from sunburn due to strong light exposure in summer.

Bellis Perennis

3, Temperature for Bellis Perennis

The suitable growth temperature of Bellis Perennis is 20 ~ 25℃. The temperature is favorable, which promotes the continuous growth of Bellis Perennis. As the temperature rises in summer and the environment is dry, water can be sprayed in the air and on the leaf surface to cool and moisturize the leaves. As the temperature drops in winter, Bellis Perennis needs to be moved to the room for curing to avoid frostbite on the leaves caused by low temperature.

4, Water for Bellis Perennis

Plenty of water should encourage the growth of Bellis Perennis. In the spring and autumn growing season, you can wait until the soil becomes dry and then water, to ensure the alternate dry and wet soil. If the temperature rises in summer, you can water the Bellis Perennis once a day to keep the soil in a moist state. If the temperature drops in winter, you need to water the Bellis Perennis less.

Bellis Perennis