The fleshy red plum can be placed in a bright place for daily maintenance, and light is given about 5 hours of light. During the growth of the succulent red plum, water must be poured every 10-25 days to make the soil in a slightly moist state. When the fleshy red plum grows, it is necessary to apply 2 to 3 thin liquid fertilizers to supplement nutrition 2 to 3 times every spring and early autumn. Note that it also needs to be replaced every 1 to 2 years.
1. Light conditions
The fleshy red plum requires a large demand for light during the growth period, and the fleshy red plums need to be placed in a bright light environment. Maintenance, given light for about 5 hours a day, promoting the succulent red plum for photosynthesis, making the fleshy red plum blades brighter.
2. Moisture management
Poor waterlogging resistance of polymeli plums. The fleshy red plum appears to rot the rotten roots. Therefore, when maintaining the fleshy red plum, water can be poured every 10 to 25 days to ensure that the soil is in a slightly moist state. Pay attention to watering the fleshy red plum, do not sprinkle the water at the core.
3. Regular pots
Polymide red plums are suitable for loose and breathable soil. After changing the pots every year, the sand, coconut bran, and vermiculite can be made into a cultivated substrate. When changing the pot, you need to trim the rotten root system on the fleshy red plum. Make the succulent red plums healthy.
Note that when breeding the succulent red plum, you need to apply 2 to 3 thin liquid fertilizers in spring and early autumn to supplement nutritional nutrition to supplement nutrition Provide the nutrients needed for the growth of polymers, making the meat of the fleshy red plums more darkest. Pay attention not to fertilize the succulent red plum in winter and summer to avoid rotting the root system.