Written by Maggie
Nov 20 2020
In the process of breeding Erythrina Corallodendron, give no less than 5 hours of light every day during the growth period. Keep the temperature of Erythrina corallodendron at 20-28 ℃ and above 35℃ under shade treatment. Keep the substrate moist at ordinary times, control watering in autumn, and apply a thin liquid fertilizer every half month.
Erythrina Corallodendron likes to grow in full sunshine, and has strong shade resistance, high temperature resistance and cold resistance. During the period of growth, the sunlight should be given no less than 5 hours a day. The suitable temperature for its growth is around 20 ~ 28℃, but it should be shaded or moved to a ventilated place when it is above 35℃ in summer, so as not to be burned by high temperature.
Erythrina Corallodendron is a common wet-liking flower plant. In the growing season, it is necessary to keep the soil moist frequently, but not too waterlogged. In summer, it is necessary to increase the amount of watering, and properly spray water to the leaves to hydrate them.
Erythrina Corallodendron is a fattening plant. Fertilizer can be applied every half a month during the growth period, mainly liquid fertilizer. Give phosphate and potash fertilizer for 1 to 2 times in the flowering period, and stop fertilization in autumn.
Reasonable pruning during the growth of erythrina corallodendron can promote its flowering effect. Cut off dead and insect branches in the spring, shorten the thicker branches to promote the germination of branches, and trim the denser branches to promote the concentration of nutrients.
Erythrina Corallodendron is a large flower plant. As the plant grows, it is best to change the basin appropriately. Generally, change the basin every 2-3 years.
The common diseases of Erythrina Corallodendron mainly include root rot, wilt, anthrax, aphids, etc. At the onset of Erythrina Corallodendron, the disease plants can be cut off, and then sprayed with the corresponding Bordeaux solution or dimethyl oxide solution for prevention and control. In addition, frequent air circulation should also be improved.