Breeding method: Preparation of soil can make peat soil, perlite, and vermiculite mixed as a cultivated substrate; sufficient light, and it can be placed on the balcony or window sill to maintain it daily; a warm environment, you need to be a warm environment. The temperature is stable between 20 and 30 ° C. Note: Do not sprinkle water on the leaves during watering. Fertilization should be stopped in winter and summer.
The breeding method of Zile
1. Preparation of soil
Zi Le is a succulent plant, Zile, which is a succulent plant, which It is suitable to grow in soil with soft breathability and strong drainage performance. The viscosity of the soil should not be too heavy, otherwise the root system will not breathe smoothly and the growth of poor growth will occur. When equipped with soil, you can mix an appropriate amount of perlite and vermiculite on the basis of peat soil to increase the fertility of the soil.
2, sufficient light
Zelle succulent is suitable for growing in environment with sufficient light. It can be placed in daily lighting to lighting The adequate balcony or window sill is maintained to make the color of the leaves brighter and beautiful. When the light is too strong in summer, a layer of sunshade network needs to be built above to avoid strong light exposure.
3. The warm environment
Zile's fleshy is suitable for growing in a warm environment, in drought resistance and cold resistance It is poor. During daily maintenance, the room temperature needs to be controlled between 20 and 30 ° C. When the temperature is higher than 30 ° C in summer, spray water around the flower pot to cool down. After the temperature decreases in winter, it is necessary to transfer it to the warm indoor maintenance, control the room temperature to about 10 ° C to make the plant grow more vigorously.
The precautions for breeding Zile
When breeding the succulent succulent, the amount of watering and fertilization must be strictly controlled. After transparent, slowly pour the edge of the flower pot, do not let the leaves infected with water, otherwise it will cause the leaves to rot and black. In winter and summer, fertilization is needed to avoid fertilizer.