Soil, when cultivating Croatian succulents, you can mix the sandy loam, rotten soil, and garden soil into a cultivated substrate; water and fertilizer management can be properly watered and moisturized after drying the pot soil, and appropriately applied every half a month. A thin liquid fertilizer; light temperature management, it is necessary to give 6 to 8 hours a day, and control the temperature between 20-30 ° C; trim it in time to trim the excess sub -plants on the plant to reduce the consumption of nutrients.
1. Soil conditions
Croatian succulent demand for soil during the growth period is not high. Cultivation matrix. You can choose to cultivate sandy loam soil with strong drainage and breathable. It can also be mixed with sandy loam, rotten leaf soil, and garden soil into a cultivated substrate. Choose the porous pot potting pots at the bottom as the cultivation container.
2. Water and fertilizer management
Croatian succulent leaves are thick and can save a lot of water. Therefore, the amount of watering can be appropriately reduced during maintenance. Generally You can wait until the pot soil is dry and white. In addition, during Croatia's succulent growth, thin liquid fertilizers need to be applied every month to supplement nutrition.
3, light temperature management
In the process of maintaining Croatian succulents, it is necessary to ensure that the light is sufficient. It can be placed in the environment of the sun every day to maintain it, and gives 6 to 8 hours a day to promote the full absorption of light from the leaves and root systems. In addition, the temperature needs to be controlled between 20 and 30 ° C during the growing succulent growth of Croatia, and when the temperature is higher than 35 ° C, spray water to the leaves to cool down.
4. Timely trimming
In order to make Croatian succulent shapes more beautiful, trimming is needed regularly. Croatian succulent growing branches can be trimmed to reduce unnecessary nutrient consumption. Before beheading can also be performed to inhibit the growth of the top, which prompts them to grow more leaves and side branches.