Temperature discomfort, too high temperature or too low, can make the fragrant vine yellow off the leaves. Therefore, when the temperature is higher than 35 ° C, it is necessary to spray water in time and cool down. The shortcomings will also make the vine yellow off the leaves, and it needs to be transferred to the bright environment; the soil is arid, and the soil dehydration will also cause the floating vine to dry the leaves.
1. Temperature discomfort
Fragrant vine native to tropical, high requirements for temperature during growth, too high temperature or too low, it will be too low or too low. Makes poor growth in the vine, causing the leaves to fall off. Therefore, during the growth of the vine, the environmental temperature needs to be controlled between 20 and 30 ° C. When the summer temperature is higher than 35 ° C, it is necessary to spray water around the leaves to cool down. When it is lower than 10 ° C, it needs to be transferred to the indoor maintenance.
2. Lack of light
Fragrant vine can grow strong in the environment with sufficient light. If it grows in a dark and light environment for a long time, Piaoxiang vine leaves will cause poor growth, causing the leaves to fall off. At this time, it is necessary to transfer it to the balcony or window sill with a better lighting indoor lighting, giving the light all over the weather, so that the vine can be smoothly blooming.
3. Soil arid
Fragrant vine is suitable for growing in a moist environment. There is a situation of falling off. In addition, the root system of Fragrant vines is lighter and has poor waterlogging tolerance. Each watering should not be too much, ensuring that the soil is in a slightly humid state.
4. Excessive fertilizer
Piaoxiang vine is suitable for growing in a fertile environment, but if too much fertilization or the concentration of fertilizer is too Large, it is easy to cause damage to the root system, causing the floating vine to have yellow leaves and leaves. At this time, a lot of water should be poured into the pot soil to dilute the remaining fertilizers in the soil.