Written by Maggie
Nov 27 2020
Greenovia Aurea ex El Hierro is a succulent plant. During planting, it is necessary to reasonably control the temperature of plant growth and prolong the time of light on the plant. Keep more than six hours of sunlight a day, water the plants daily once a month, and plant them in a well-ventilated place to ensure their normal growth.
The flowering period of greenovia Aurea ex El Hierro is generally from May to July, and the environmental temperature should be reasonably controlled during planting. Summer temperatures are high, but as long as the plants are protected from the sun and kept in a well-ventilated place, there is no need to take heat protection measures. Although the greenovia aurea ex El Hierro will not freeze to death if it is placed in outdoor farming, it will enter dormancy and stop growing, which is not good for the next year's growth.
Greenovia Aurea ex El Hierro is light-sensitive and should be kept in a sunny place for at least six hours of light per day. In summer, pay attention to not insulating the plant, and Greenovia Aurea ex El Hierro should be put indoors that has light to undertake nursing. In winter, the light is not strong, and it can be placed outside to receive the sun.
Greenovia Aurea ex El Hierro is a drought-resistant plant and prefers a dry, breathable environment. If the soil in which the plant grows is too wet or stagnant, it will result in root rot. Daily watering once a month. In summer, reduce the frequency of watering, for waterlogging is not good for plant growth. In the cold winter, also reduce watering. In the rainy period, we can stop watering.
When planting Greenovia Aurea ex El Hierro, always keep the plant in a ventilated environment. In case of poor liquidity in summer, the environment where Greenovia Aurea ex El Hierro grows should be ventilated. If possible, a small fan can be prepared for the plants to enhance air circulation. In winter, when the air is dry, it should be put outside to do cold protection measures for maintenance.