Written by Maggie
Dec 04 2020
Before propagating Sedum 'Baby Finger', a slightly acidic soil with easy air permeability should be prepared, and the temperature in the morning and evening should not exceed 13 °C. Water once every 8 days or so. Don't give it too much water at once. Sedum 'Baby Finger' doesn't like fertilizer, but uses diluted nitrogen every month. The Sedum 'Baby Finger' needs to be placed where it can be exposed to the sun, often to enhance air circulation.
Sedum 'Baby Finger' is one of the Succulent plants, so how can it be raised? The Sedum 'Baby Finger' is afraid of water in the soil. It needs to be filled with a few pieces of gravel to drain excess water out of the soil.
The sowing temperature of Sedum 'Baby Finger' should be controlled between 22℃ and 25℃. The temperature in the evening should not be lower than 10℃, and the temperature in the morning and evening should not exceed 13℃.In winter, the temperature of the growth of Sedum 'Baby Finger' should not be lower than 4℃, otherwise the plant will enter the dormant stage, which is not conducive to the growth of Sedum 'Baby Finger' in its second year.
The Sedum 'Baby Finger' prefers to grow in slightly dry areas, so don't pour too much water on the plant as it grows, about a week or so. Don't spray it directly on the Sedum 'Baby Finger every time you water it to avoid water on the leaves.The Sedum 'Baby Finger' doesn't require much fertilizer. Use diluted nitrogen every month. The fertilizer needs to be buried in the soil so the fertilizer doesn't get onto the leaves.
The Sedum 'Baby Finger' is a light-sensitive plant and needs to be placed where it can be exposed to the sun. In summer, it needs to be placed in astigmatism. In addition, the environment of succulent plants should not be closed when they grow. Instead, the air circulation should be enhanced every day so that Sedum 'Baby Finger' can breathe better.