Succulent plants are non -toxic, but small parts, such as tiger thorn plums, keel and other juice, have certain toxicity, and will appear red and swollen after accidentally exposed to the skin. When breeding succulents, peat soil, granular soil, and coconut bran soil can be made into a cultivated substrate. Generally, rotten manure or liquid fertilizer can be applied every half month to speed up the fleshy growth rate.
There is no poison of
Most of the succulent plants are not toxic and can be assured of maintenance. However, small parts of succulent such as tiger thorns, keels, and bacon trees, and the white juice in the stems and leaves will be touched by the human body, which will cause the skin to become red, swollen and itching. Therefore, it is necessary to be careful during the maintenance period to prevent the body from discomfort.
The maintenance method of succulent plants
Suitable to grow in soil with loose soil and strong drainage performance. , Mixing the granular soil and coconut bran soil into the substrate of cultivation. Before the basin, sterilization and disinfection should be performed on the soil, and a layer of broken tiles are laid at the bottom of the flower pot to improve the drainability of the pot soil.
The flesh has a certain amount of barrenness, and the nutrients are small during the growth period. The amount of fertilization should be appropriately reduced during the maintenance period. The method of fertilizing, generally a rotten chicken manure or liquid fertilizer can be applied every half month. Make the meat blades grow more fat.
The fleshy is suitable for growing in a warm environment. During daily maintenance, the room temperature needs to be stabilized between 18-28 ° C to maintain the normal growth of the plant. In the environment of high temperature and low temperature in summer, succulents will enter a short dormant period. It is necessary to take cooling and warmth measures to maintain normal growth of the plant.