When the soil, when breeding the pine brocade of snow blowing, you can make rough sand, rotten soil, garden soil, and bone meal a mixing substrate; light can be placed on the balcony of the snow -brushed balcony daily. When the light is too strong, the shadow should be taken; when the watering method is watered, when watering the snow blowing, wait until the soil is dry and white, and then water it properly.
1. Soil conditions
The pine tightness of the snow should grow in the soil with loose and fertile, strong drainage and breathability, and rich humus content, breeding snow blowing snow blowing snow At the time of the pine brocade, it can be mixed with coarse sand, corrupt leaf soil, garden, and bone meal to form a cultivation matrix. Before the pot, a few pieces of broken tiles need to be placed on the bottom of the flower pot to improve the drainability of the pot soil.
The pine brocade of the snow is suitable for growing in an environment with sufficient light, and the pine brocade of the snow blowing can be placed in the daily. Conservation on the balcony allows the pine brocade of the snow to be used normally, so that the leaves can grow vigorously. Note that when the light is too strong in the summer, the pine brocade of snow blowing needs to be transferred to a ventilated and cool environment.
3. Watering method
The pine brocade of snow blowing has a certain drought tolerance, and the demand for water during the growth period is small. The soil is dry and white. In the rainy season, it is necessary to place it indoors for maintenance to prevent the potting of the pot soil from producing the stagnation of the pine brocade of the snow. When the temperature is low in winter, it needs to be stopped to avoid frostbite.
4. Fertilization method
In order to enable the pine brocade of the snow to grow vigorously, during the growth of the Songjin of the snow, 2 month Sub -organic fertilizer, accelerate the growth of the pine brocade of snow. Note that the fertilizer should be diluted before fertilization, so as not to cause fertilizer to affect the normal growth of the pine brocade of snow blowing.