Written by Maggie
Mar 09 2021
When growing Helleborus Thibetanus Franch, a mixture of humus, sand, rotten bark and rotten leaf soil is the best choice. In spring and autumn and winter festivals, the soil should be treated with long sunshine; in summer, strong light should be shaded; the soil should be kept moist; in high temperature, the water should be controlled; in winter, it is not necessary to water.
The root system of Helleborus Thibetanus Franch requires a very high matrix. It should be grown in a sandy soil with rich fertile soil and rich nutrients, and a mixture of humic soil, sandy soil, rotten bark and rotten leaf soil can be selected as the culture soil. Some broken stones can be put on the bottom of the basin to facilitate the water infiltration of the root system.
Helleborus Thibetanus Franch prefers to grow in semi-overcast and warm conditions. In early spring, the plants should be given full sunshine to facilitate the differentiation of flower buds. In summer, the plants should be properly shaded when they are under strong light.
Helleborus Thibetanus Franch prefers to grow in a humid environment, and should keep the soil moist during the growth period. Water more in spring, water in the morning and evening when the temperature is high, and in the hibernating period when the temperature is higher than 35℃ in summer, water should be strictly controlled at this time, and water should be reduced in autumn.
Regular fertilization is an important matter in how to nourish Helleborus Thibetanus Franch. The first fertilization is mainly during spring germination, when sufficient nutrients should be ensured to promote the differentiation of flower buds. The fertilizer is mainly phosphorus and potassium fertilizer.