Written by Maggie
Mar 30 2021
In the process of Lilium pumilum cultivation, adequate light treatment should be given in spring and autumn and winter, and the temperature should be controlled around 15 ~ 28℃. Water should be poured every 3 days during the growth period, water should be poured every morning and evening in summer, organic manure should be applied every half a month, and phosphate potash fertilizer should be applied 1 ~ 2 times during the flowering period.
Lilium Pumilum likes to grow in a warm and sunny environment, but avoid direct strong light. In spring and autumn, the plants should be put under the leeward to the sun for curing. When we grow and care for Lilium Pumilum in winter, the plants can be exposed to more light, and the temperature should be controlled around 15 ~ 28℃.
Lilium pumilum likes to grow in a wet environment, but it can't cause water in the basin during watering. When we grow and care for Lilium Pumilum in spring and autumn, it's best to water it every three days, in summer, in the morning and evening, and often spray water to the leaves to moisturize them. In rainy weather, the air humidity is high, which can reduce the amount of watering.
Lilium Pumilum likes to grow in the substrate with sufficient nutrients. When we grow and care for Lilium Pumilum during the growth period, organic manure can be applied once every half a month. It is forbidden to apply raw and heavy fertilizer to avoid root burning.
During the growth period, lilium pumilum is easy to suffer from leaf spot disease, coal pollution disease, anthrax and other hazards. Once the leaves and branches of the plant will gradually wither and fall off after the disease occurs, you can cut off all the diseased plants in the early stage, strengthen ventilation and do a good job in water and fertilizer management, and in serious cases, spray an appropriate amount of carbapenem for prevention.
Pruning is one of the breeding methods and precautions of Lilium Pumilum. When we grow and care for Lilium Pumilum, it can be carried out to change pots, which should be carried out after leaving the room in May in the spring. The side branches of the plants are mainly pruned to facilitate ventilation, and all the rotten roots and useless roots are removed to ensure the survival rate of the plants.