The breeding methods and precautions of Chrysothemis pulchella

Written by Maggie

Nov 21 2020

The breeding methods and precautions of Chrysothemis pulchella

In the process of Chrysothemis Pulchella cultivation, you can choose a mixture of peat, perlite, leaf rot soil as the culture soil, to ensure that the PH of the soil at about 6 ~ 6.5. During the growth period, it can be placed in the weak light indoors. In summer, put it under the tree for shade, control the temperature at about 20℃ ~ 30℃In winter, maintain the temperature at about 13℃ ~ 16℃.

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Chrysothemis Pulchella

Chrysothemis Pulchella's breeding method

1. Acid soil

Chrysothemis Pulchella likes to grow in loose, nutrient rich acid soil. It can use a mixture of peat, perlite and saprolite as culture soil, and add a base fertilizer as preliminary nutrients to ensure that the PH of the soil is around 6 ~ 6.5. Don't use alkaline soil, or it will wither easily.

2. Light and temperature environment

Chrysothemis Pulchella's breeding method and the basic requirements need to pay attention during the growth period in the room in the weak light. In the summer, we can use shade under a canopy, or placed under a tree to shade.The appropriate temperature during its growth is around 20℃ ~ 30℃, and overwintering temperature should be maintained at about 13℃ ~ 16℃.

3. Watering requirements

Chrysothemis Pulchella loves to grow in a high humidity environment. chrysothemis pulchella thrives in bright colors and thrives when the air is moist and the soil is often moist. Don't allow standing water, especially during the rainy season when drainage is needed.

Chrysothemis Pulchella

4. Fertilize regularly

Chrysothemis Pulchella applies a thin aqueous solution of cake fertilizer every two to three weeks during bloom, then sprays the leaves weekly between budding and flowering to help the bloom and bloom.

Considerations for breeding Chrysothemis Pulchella

Don't over fertilize Chrysothemis Pulchella while it blooms. Apply fertilizer mainly in small, repeated doses. Apply foliage without spilling the fertilizer on the buds to prevent flowering, apply at night when buds are budding, and add water to prevent excessive fertilization from damaging the roots.

Chrysothemis Pulchella