Written by Maggie
Nov 30 2020
If we want to breed Othonna capensis L. h. Bailey, we can use well-drained culture soil for breeding. During the growth period, the ambient temperature can be stabilized at 15 ~ 28 degrees, and during the dormancy period, the temperature should be stabilized at more than 10 degrees. During the maintenance period, sufficient light and water should be given to Othonna Capensis L. h. bailey, but during the dormancy period, Othonna Capensis L. h. bailey needed water control.
Othonna Capensis L.H.Bailey is a Succulent plant with high ornamental value. othonna Capensis L.H.Bailey had good drought resistance and waterlogging resistance, which required good drainage performance of the soil. When we care for Othonna capensis L.H.bailey, we can use loose, breathable and well-drained fertile culture soil for cultivation, which is conducive to the respiration and growth of the root system.
Othonna Capensis L. h. Bailey prefers warm weather and is suitable for growing in a warm, dry and well-ventilated climate. Othonna Capensis L.H.Bailey is not hardy, and the temperature suitable for its growth ranges from 15 to 28 degrees, and the winter temperature is above 10 degrees. When we care for Othonna Capensis in the winter, it was necessary to move Othonna Capensis L. h. Bailey to warm indoor care to avoid frostbite.
Othonna Capensis L.H.Bailey likes light and is suitable for growing in a sunny environment. The spring and autumn season is the growing season of Othonna Capensis L.H.Bailey, which can be moved to the outdoor environment with sufficient sunlight for conservation. When we care for Othonna Capensis in summer, the sun is too strong, and Othonna Capensis L. h. bailey was not resistant to strong light, so it needed to be kept indoors for cool and ventilated maintenance, so as to avoid sunburn of Othonna Capensis L. h. bailey.
Othonna Capensis L. H. Bailey is highly resistant to drought and waterlogging, and needs proper watering during its growth. When we care for Othonna Capensis during growth, the soil needs to be watered according to the dry and wet conditions, to keep the soil moist. During the winter, after the dormancy of Othonna Capensis L.H.bailey, excessive watering would damage the roots, requiring water control and keeping the soil dry.