Written by Maggie
Dec 05 2020
In the process of breeding Haworthiopsis Coarctata, mixed soil of rotten leaf soil and river sand can be selected. During the growth period, the best temperature should be controlled at about 10℃ ~ 20℃. Under the condition of too strong sunlight, proper shade can be obtained.
As haworthiopsis coarctata is a kind of meat root plant, it has high requirements on the soil in the growth process. If it is potted at home, mixed soil of rotten leaf soil and river sand can be selected. Before cultivation, an appropriate amount of water can be added to it to keep it moist.
Reasonable light and temperature environment is one of the breeding methods and precautions of Haworthiopsis Coarctata. It is very sensitive to the change of temperature, and it is best to control the temperature at about 10℃ ~ 20℃ during the growth period. If the sun is too strong, it can be properly shade, and the pot should be transferred to the greenhouse when the temperature is too low in winter.
Haworthiopsis Coarctata is a kind of fleshy plant. Its stems and leaves are rich in water, so watering should be appropriate. Do not overwater, and it is best to follow the principle of not do not water, water thoroughly. If the soil is not dry, it generally is not recommended, in order to avoid rot roots.
Due to the slow growth rate of Haworthiopsis Coarctata, it does not have a very high requirement for fertilizer. Generally, it only needs to add liquid fertilizer solution 2 to 3 times a year to promote the growth and development of the root system. It mainly uses special flower fertilizer, which can be bought in the flower shop in the market.
In the growth process of Haworthiopsis coarctata, Haworthiopsis Coarctata is easy to grow a few small axillary buds. It is best not to cut off these small axillary buds. Cutting propagation is available in each spring in May, you can regain the new plan. Often strengthen the flow of air in daily maintenance, especially in hot weather, do a good job in prevention of plant diseases and insect pests.