Written by Maggie
Dec 01 2020
Pedilanthus Tithymaloides CV has a high demand for water during the growing season and should be watered more often. Pedilanthus Tithymaloides CV does not like bright light and it is better to place the plants in a semi-dark, ventilated environment. Pedilanthus Tithymaloides CV likes to grow in a high temperature and high humidity environment. It is best to keep the temperature at 20-30 degrees in breeding and above 7 degrees in winter.
Pedilanthus Tithymaloides CV is also known as centipede coral, which is a Cactus Succulent plant and is often grown as a pot plant, but Pedilanthus Tithymaloides CV breeding methods and precautions are important.Pedilanthus Tithymaloides CV has a high demand for water during the growing season. This stage of breeding Pedilanthus Tithymaloides CV should be properly watered and the plants should be sprayed with water regularly.
Pedilanthus Tithymaloides CV likes half-shade and is afraid of strong light exposure. It is best to place the plants in a half-shade and ventilated environment during breeding, and it is best to keep the plants in a cool environment when the light is strong.Pedilanthus Tithymaloides CV has a high demand for fertilizers during the growing season, where it is best to give the plants a compound nutrient solution every half a month.
Pedilanthus Tithymaloides CV likes to grow in a high temperature and humidity environment and is not resistant to cold. It is best to control the temperature at 20 ~ 30 degrees in normal breeding and above 7 degrees in winter breeding.Pedilanthus Tithymaloides CV should be transplanted to an indoor warm place when the temperature is low in winter. Besides, warm keeping and cold prevention measures should also be taken during breeding.
Pedilanthus Tithymaloides CV has various characteristics such as shade resistance, drought resistance and high temperature resistance, etc. The breeding method is very simple, its plants grow very fast, so it is necessary to replace the soil in time when breeding.Pedilanthus Tithymaloides CV is suitable for growing in sandy soil with good water drainage. Granular soil can be used for replacement and the plants can also be pruned appropriately during replacement.
1. Illumination: Pedilanthus Tithymaloides CV does not have strict requirements for illumination. Its leaf color is red under strong light and green under half shade. But don't let the sun shine directly in the summer, and don't keep it too dark indoors.
2. Temperature: Pedilanthus Tithymaloides CV likes warm and grows well at the general room temperature in spring, summer and autumn. In winter temperatures below about 13 degrees Celsius can cause the leaves to turn white and fall off.
3. Watering: Pedilanthus Tithymaloides CV is a succulent plant with strong drought tolerance. It should wait until half of the soil is dry before watering in the growing season.Water a little more during the winter when the soil is dry. Too much watering can cause mildew and, more seriously, rot at the base of the stem.