Written by Maggie
Nov 19 2020
Hibiscus rosa-sinensis does not have strict requirements on soil. Humus, vermiculite, and garden soil can be mixed to prepare soil during breeding. It is best to control the temperature at about 20 degrees during the breeding process. Hibiscus rosa-sinensis has a high demand for light. The plants must be exposed to 8 hours of light every day in cultivation. Light lamps can be used to irradiate the plants on rainy days.
Hibiscus rosa-sinensis has high ornamental value. How to raise Hibiscus rosa-sinensis? The first step in breeding heavy Hibiscus rosa-sinensis is to prepare the soil. Hibiscus rosa-sinensis does not have strict requirements on the soil. It is suitable for growing in loose and fertile soil. The soil can be mixed with humus soil, vermiculite and garden soil during cultivation.
When breeding Hibiscus rosa-sinensis, it is best to control the temperature at about 20 degrees. When breeding in winter, it is best to control the temperature at 12 to 15 degrees, not lower than 10 degrees. The summer temperature is relatively high. It is best to keep the temperature above 35 degrees when breeding Hibiscus rosa-sinensis, and spray water around the plants at noon every day to increase the air humidity.
Hibiscus rosa-sinensis has a high demand for light. The plants must be exposed to 8 hours of light every day during cultivation. Light lamps can be used to illuminate the plants instead of sunlight on rainy days. In summer, the sunlight is strong. It is best to place the plants in a semi-shady and ventilated environment during breeding, and only allow the plants to receive full sun in the evening and morning.
Hibiscus rosa-sinensis has very high water requirements. The plants can be watered according to the changes in the weather during cultivation. Spring is the peak season for plant growth. At this time, the plants must be watered once a day. In summer, the temperature is high, so it needs to be watered every morning and evening. Water the plants once; do not water the plants too much in winter, just keep the soil moist.