Written by Maggie
Jan 12 2021
As for the propagation of Plantain Lily, two commonly used methods are sowing and cutting. As long as the method is correct, the survival rate of these two propagation methods is relatively high. In the following the two propagation methods of Plantain Lily are introduced in detail, and let's have a brief introduction together.
Before sowing propagation of Plantain Lily, we need to first select the soil. As for the soil, we can choose the humus soil with high porosity, which has good drainage capacity and can enable Plantain Lily to absorb nutrients better.
After selecting the seeds of Plantain Lily, we need to soak them in warm water first. The soaking time is generally 12-24 hours. During the soaking, you can observe the absorption and expansion of the seeds and then take them out for sowing, which can promote the germination of the seeds.
Among the propagation methods of Plantain Lily, sowing propagation method is a commonly used method. First of all, seeds can be evenly spread on the soil, and then about 2cm of soil can be added to the soil before watering. When watering, pay attention to water thoroughly, and after 7-10 days, germination can be achieved.
Before propagating cuttings, we need to choose cuttings (branches of Plantain Lily), preferably those with strong growth, so that the survival rate will be higher. If we choose the branches that look very delicate, it is basically difficult to survive.
Among the propagation methods of Plantain Lily, the cutting propagation method is relatively simple. When cutting, we can first cut a hole in the soil with chopsticks, and then insert Plantain lily into the hole to flatten the soil for watering. When watering, water thoroughly, but be sure not to cause water accumulation, otherwise it is easy to cause root rot. Rooting should take place 20 to 30 days after watering.
After reading the above content, I believe you also have a certain understanding to reproduce, and everyone in propagatingPlantain Lily, hoping to bring you some help.