Great leaves can be kept at home. Plants have no toxicity and are not harmful to the human body. Method: Replace new soil once a year, choose sandy soils with fertile soil, soft and soft drainage and breathability; keep 4 hours a day light, put in a cool place in the summer; do not need too much nutrients, 1 to 2 a month, 1 to 2 a month A small amount of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium fertilizer, pour water once every three days in summer, and pour water once in half a month in winter.
Big leaves can be raised at home
Big leaves falling root can be raised at home. The roots, stems, leaves, and no toxic Material is not harmful to the human body. The flowering period is up to three months, the top blooms, the flower bell shape, and the color is green. The suitable growth temperature is about 15 ° C to 20 ° C, and the growth temperature of winter is above 10 ° C. Like living in a sunny environment.
Replace the soil: The quality of plant growth depends on whether the breeding method is correct. Choosing soil is fertile, soft, drainable, and breathable sandy soil, which will make the large leaves take root in a good growth environment. To cultivate it, pay attention to replace new soil once a year, and give the soil high -temperature antivirus before replacement.
Light sufficient light: Da leaves are rooted in the sun and like the sun, and it must be maintained for 4 hours a day in the growth season. In the summer temperature, the roots of the land should be placed in a cool and cool place to avoid strong light; the winter breeding temperature must be kept above 10 ° C. If the growth temperature is too low, the leaves will fall.
Fertilizer and Water Management: Da leaves are rooted in rooting without much nutrients, which can be applied 1 to 2 times a month before flowering , Promote flowering, if the nutrients in the pot are sufficient, you do not have to be applied; the large leaves are rooted in drought to resist, pour water once every three days in summer, pour water once every half a month in winter, and pour on the leaves when watering.