Written by Maggie
Nov 21 2020
In the process of breeding Syringa Villosa, a mixture of leaf mould, garden soil, perlite and vermiculite can be made into culture soil, which can be watered and stirred evenly before cultivation. In the early stage of growth, it is not necessary to water frequently, but irrigated once every 10 days. After germination and survival, watering times can be increased appropriately.
Syringa Villosa can be used in fertile, loose and sandy soil with good drainage capacity. Self-cultivation can be made into culture soil by mixing leaf rot soil, garden soil, perlite and vermiculite. Before cultivation, water is added and stirred evenly to make nutrients evenly distributed.
Water moisture is syringa villosa farming methods and matters needing attention. Syringa villosa don't need watering often at the early stage of the growth, which can be watered once every 10 days, and every time watering the soil soak. After survival germination, we can increase the number of watering, and water the right amount. Watering too much is easy to cause root rot, and it is not conducive to its normal growth and development.
Syringa Villosa has a small demand for fertilizer. Only a small amount of fertilizer is used during the breeding period. Even if the fertilization times are limited, it is not allowed to apply too much fertilizer heavily.
Syringa Villosa is a flower that likes light. In daily management, the plant can be placed in a place with good lighting, otherwise it will make the red lilac lose its luster. In summer, when the temperature is high and the light is strong, spray water can be used in the form of atomization or humidifier to increase the humidity of the air environment and reduce the temperature around the plant.
Syringa Villosa has a large body size and strong roots, so it is necessary to choose an earthen basin that is 2-3 times larger than the size of the plant, which can effectively promote the respiration of the root system. Before starting the basin, the root system should be pruned, and finally the soil should be consolidated, so that the soil and the root system can fully contact.