Written by Maggie
Jan 09 2021
When the Zulu giant blooms, it looks like a starfish. The plants are between 20cm and 30cm in height and are grayish-green in color. The flowers are extremely large and smelly. Its propagation method is relatively simple, let's talk about Zulu giant propagation methods in detail.
If you want to propagate Zulu giants by division in the spring, it will be much more successful if you do it in conjunction with changing pots. Generally, over-dense plants are selected for separation. After separation from the mother plant, the plants are first exposed to the sun for 1 to 2 days before planting. If the root system is relatively complete, the plants can be planted directly without airing. If there are no roots at all, they should be first planted in the wet sand, at a temperature of 20 to 25 degrees Celsius. About 10 to 15 days later, it can produce new roots, and then the planting is done.
Cutting propagation method of zulu giant can be carried out at any time. Choose a thicker leaf stem cut, drying for 1 to 2 days, let it completely dry after inserted into the soil. At this time, ensure the moisture of the soil, the temperature should be controlled between 25 degrees to 28 degrees. About half a month or so, it can give birth to a new root system. If you can use plastic film cover in winter, open the film at noon to breathe and sprinkle some water.
The best time to apply sowing propagation is in mid-April, and the temperature needs to be 25 to 28 degrees. Plant the seeds directly in the pot, and they will sprout in about 5 to 6 days. When the small buds grow to a height of 2 centimeters to 3 centimeters, you can transplant them.
Propagation is only a small step in the maintenance process, and the maintenance after completion is also very important. As long as the friends of careful operation often pay attention to them, you will be able to have some harvest.