How to grow Sedum album

Written by Maggie

Dec 05 2020

How to grow Sedum album

Firstly, the mixed soil of sandy loam, rotten leaf soil and river sand is selected. In addition to shading treatment of Sedum album in summer, sunshine is allowed in other seasons. In winter, the best temperature is controlled above 10℃, and the watering principle of "do not irrigate, irrigate thoroughly" is maintained.

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1, Soil for Sedum album

At home a lot of people like farming Sedum album to beautify the indoor environment.Generally first is to select reasonable soil, because it belongs to a kind of succulent and developed root system, we can choose silty loam and leaf soil and river sand soil, conditional usable gravel and sand, mixed soils of rotting leaves as the cultivation matrix.

2, light for Sedum album

Sedum album likes to grow in a warm and sunny environment, and can grow normally even with strong light. In addition to short shade in summer when the sun is too strong, the rest of the flower pot should be exposed to the sun more often, with strong cold resistance. The best temperature in winter should be controlled above 10℃, and full sunshine should be given every day during the growth period.

3, water for Sedum album

As Sedum Album is a succulent plant, the leaves and stems of the plant do not contain a lot of water substances, and it is also highly drought-resistant. Therefore, it is necessary to strictly control watering during ordinary times, and maintain the principle of "no watering, water thoroughly". In addition, the indoor environment should be kept dry frequently, and a small amount of watering can be done during cold weather.

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4, fertilization for Sedum album

The growth of Sedum album does not require much fertilizer. Appropriate bone grains can be added to the basin soil when it is put into the basin. During the growth period, NPK compound fertilizer solution should be applied once every 1 month.

5, Basin for Sedum album

During the growth of Sedum album, it is better to change basin every 1 to 2 years due to the harm of some bacteria caused by long-term cultivation of the soil. Generally, it is best to do this in spring. Rotten roots and dead leaves should be cut off at the time of basin change, and the new basin should be disinfected before being replaced.

6, disease prevention of Sedum album

During the growth process of Sedum album, if the indoor air is not circulating and the soil breathability is poor, it is easy to cause some diseases. The most common diseases are root rot and brown spot. Therefore, watering should be controlled at ordinary times to ensure the air flow, and it is found that such diseases should be prevented by oxidized dimethyl butter.

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