How to take care of Cinnamomum Kotoense

Written by Maggie

Dec 25 2020

How to take care of Cinnamomum Kotoense

Cinnamomum Kotoense plants were rich, stately and evergreen trees that were very beautiful potted leaves and garden trees. When growing it, many problems occur. How to take care of Cinnamomum Kotoense? Here are some tips for you.

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How to take care of Cinnamomum Kotoense leaves having spots

Cinnamomum Kotoense was sick for many reasons, such as over watering and fertilizing. So we need to take care of it when we grow it.

Causes of Cinnamomum Kotoense leaves having spots

1.Sickness of Cinnamomum Kotoense

When growing Cinnamomum Kotoense, due to some negligence result in cinnamomum kotoense illness, resulting in Cinnamomum Kotoense spots, and make it ill, which is caused by placing Cinnamomum Kotoense at higher temperature, bad light places, where is the most easy to cause the Cinnamomum Kotoense sick, make its leaves fall off or spots on the leaves.

2. Rotten roots of Cinnamomum Kotoense

When growing Cinnamomum Kotoense, it’s not supposed to be too much fertilizer and too much water. Cinnamomum Kotoense's leaves were spotted with too much fertilizer that burned the roots and too much watering made it difficult to absorb water and nutrients that combinations rotted the roots.

Solutions for Cinnamomum Kotoense leave shaving spots

1. Suitable soil for Cinnamomum Kotoense

The soil before that was not usable anymore, and Cinnamomum Kotoense was with things that were bad when you used it again. So to give it new soil, you can use loose breathable, drainage patchy soil, which can be conducive to its growth.

2. Appropriate temperature for Cinnamomum Kotoense

Cinnamomum Kotoense was very careful with her maintenance when it was sick. And temperature is of utmost importance to it, especially after major heat, the temperature will be especially high. Cinnamomum Kotoense was important to protect when the temperature was above 30℃. We need to spray some water on the leaf every day, give it a water supplement in time, and also can promote its growth.

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How to care for Cinnamomum Kotoense buds blacken and peeling

Cinnamomum Kotoense buds become black and peeling, usually because of bad constitution or too much water. Cinnamomum Kotoense was planted in soil that was loose and porous and with humus that was slightly acid sandy loam. You had to change the soil every year. Cinnamomum Kotoense used to water every morning and night in spring and autumn, and during winter dormancy. Water every three days.

Cinnamomum Kotoense new buds will be black and peeling when it’s watered too much. Therefore, the choice of soil and the amount of watering should be strictly controlled. 

Cinnamomum Kotoense had high requirements for soil, and loved loose and breathable slightly acidic sandy loam with humus. It can be prepared with peat ash and vermiculite. When make up, we can add some fine sand appropriately, and we also can choose the rotten leaf soil in the garden and cinder mix make up. The soil should be changed every year. 

Cinnamomum Kotoense loved a tender and humid environment. Water early and late in the spring and autumn growing season. In winter when the temperature is low, Cinnamomum Kotoense will be dormant. This time water every three days, and do not water too much.

Cinnamomum Kotoense was growing at 22 ~ 30℃.  When the temperature is above 35℃,  move it to a cool place and then cool the leaves with water. Cinnamomum Kotoense likes light. Sunlight is needed in all seasons except winter. 

Cinnamomum Kotoense