Written by Maggie
Nov 30 2020
To grow xGraptoveria Douglas Huth, use loose and fertile soil for cultivation. During the curing period, the ambient temperature can be stabilized at about 20 degrees, and the winter temperature is above 0 degrees. They need to be given plenty of light, water and fertilizer during their growth. Attention should be paid to shading in summer and controlling water and stopping fertilizer in winter during maintenance.
XGraptoveria douglas huth has a beautiful appearance, good drought resistance, and waterlogging resistance. To grow xGraptoveria Douglas Huth, use loose, fertile, breathable and well drained soils. Loose and breathable soil is conducive to the growth of xGraptoveria Douglas Huth root system. During planting and breeding, be careful not to use heavy soil for planting and breeding.
XGraptoveria Douglas Huth is warm and suitable for growing in a warm, dry and well ventilated climate. XGraptoveria Douglas Huth is relatively resistant to cold and high temperature, and the suitable temperature for its growth is around 20 degrees. In summer, xGraptoveria Douglas Huth will stop growing if the temperature is above 35. Don't water it during the winter when the temperature is around 0 degrees.
XGraptoveria Douglas Huth prefers light and is suitable for growing in a sunny environment, but xGraptoveria Douglas Huth is not resistant to strong light. During spring or fall, the leaves of xGraptoveria Douglas Huth can be kept outdoors in a well-lit location to make the leaves of xGraptoveria Douglas Huth more colorful. In the summer, the light is too strong, we need to do shading work, to avoid strong light exposure.
XGraptoveria Douglas Huth is waterlogged and needs proper watering during its growth to keep the soil moist. During the growth period it also needs an appropriate amount of fertilization, generally 15 to 30 days can be given a time of thin fertilizer, conducive to the growth of stems and leaves. Control the water during dormancy, keep the soil dry, and stop applying fertilizer to avoid damaging the roots.