Written by Maggie
Dec 09 2020
Aglaia odorata lour is an excellent ornamental garden plant. It is a general pot. The leaves of Aglaia odorata lour are delicate and evergreen all year-round, and the golden flowers are surrounded by them, giving off a strong fragrance. And the flowers span summer and autumn for several months, so they are loved by many people. Aglaia odorata lour is suitable for gardens and balconies. In the blooming time, put it in the corner of the room, which is elegant and lovely, fragrance permeated, pleasing the eye. Aglaia odorata lour flower tea can also be extracted from aromatic oil. The flowers of Aglaia odorata lour are the medicine that relieves depression. Here are tips for growing and caring for Aglaia odorata lour.
Aglaia odorata lour's propagation methods are mainly layering and cutting.
Aglaia odorata lour's seedlings are slightly resistant to cuteness. It likes warm, humid climate, and afraid of cold. aglaia odorata lour is suitable for fertile, loose, humus-rich slightly acidic sandy loam. If potted Aglaia odorata lour, culture soil with 50% compost, 25% leaf rot soil, 25% river sand mixed, and pot bottom can be filled with stale cake fertilizer.
In spring, turn over the soil and prune the dead branches. Watering should be less after half a month, in order to promote multiple new roots. The sunlight should not be too strong. Apply thin fertilizer liquid every 7~10 days, and spray water on the leaf surface and ground frequently to keep the leaf surface clean and moist.
In summer aglaia odorata lour should be placed in the sunny place, with sufficient water, fertilizer, especially to add phosphate fertilizer, in order to promote the growth of exuberant and more pregnant bud. If there are too much shade and too much nitrogen fertilizer, the flowers will be less fragrant or even no flowers. But in the midsummer midday, we should apply shade protection, or the sun will burn the leaves.
Stop fertilizing and reduce watering after autumn to avoid defoliation and root rot caused by overwetting. Aglaia odorata lour's winter management is very important. Before the arrival of severe cold in winter, it should be moved to a greenhouse or a south-facing room. The temperature should be kept at 10° C ~12°C. In case of continuous low temperature below 5°C, it is easy to suffer from freezing injury. In winter, put Aglaia odorata lour in front of the indoor sunny window, to avoid wind, but pay attention to proper ventilation, reduce watering, stop fertilization, the coldest few days in the indoor heating.
Don't move Aglaia odorata lour out in the sun on sunny days in the winter to avoid frostbite caused by cold winds. The indoor temperature should not be too high, in case of excessive consumption of nutrients, bud prematurely, cause spring dry shoot. Aglaia odorata Lour inflorescences are from the axils of the new tips, so there is no need to trim, let the crown naturally expand. When the plant grows, it can be used as a mother tree, breeding seedlings for another pot viewing.