Written by Maggie
Dec 04 2020
Prepare loose and fertile soil for breeding Sempervivum Tectorum, and maintain Sempervivum Tectorum in astigmatism.In summer, spray the surface of Sempervivum Tectorum with water every day to cool it down.In winter, the root system of Sempervivum Tectorum has weak absorbability and can be watered once half a month.Replace the soil with Sempervivum Tectorum every six months to allow the soil to breathe more freely.
The soil for Sempervivum Tectorum cultivation needs to be fertile and fertile. Two parts of humus soil and one part of nihe soil should be prepared. After they are evenly mixed, appropriate liquid compound fertilizer is added into them, which can meet the nutrients of early growth of Sempervivum Tectorum.Gravel needs to be buried under pots to quickly drain excess water.
In the cultivation method and precautions of Sempervivum Tectorum, Sempervivum Tectorum should be kept in astigmatism place, and should not be directly exposed to the sun, otherwise the leaves of Sempervivum Tectorum will wither quickly.In winter, Sempervivum Tectorum should be kept in a bright place, not in the dark.
The optimal growth temperature of Sempervivum Tectorum is between 18℃ and 24℃. In summer, spray water mist on the surface of Sempervivum Tectorum every day to achieve the cooling effect.In winter, Sempervivum Tectorum should be placed in a well-ventilated place, often to enhance the indoor ventilation effect.
Sempervivum Tectorum likes the semi-humid environment, in the summer high temperature period. We need to water once a day, and do not let the soil too dry;In winter, the root system of Sempervivum Tectorum has weak absorbability and can be watered once half a month.Sempervivum Tectorum requires little fertilizer and is buried in the soil every five months with a dilute, easily absorbed nitrogen fertilizer.
The soil should be replaced every six months. The original airtight clods should be thrown away to keep the air permeability of the soil.In winter, the temperature is very low at night. When the night comes, you can cover the Sempervivum Tectorum with a layer of breathable black plastic bag, which can keep the heat.