1. Choose branches: Choose a healthy and thick branch, trim the branches properly, and place it in a cool and ventilated place.2. Sponge: Prepare a clean, disinfected sponge, and poke a hole in the middle of the sponge block.3. Mineral water bottle: cut off the head of the mineral water bottle, remove the outer film, add an appropriate amount of water to the bottle.4. Water insertion: Put the branches and sponge blocks in the water bottle.
After the rose is rooted, the soil can be cultivated.Choose soil with loose soil, good breathability, and good drainage, and add an appropriate amount of base fertilizer to the soil, which is conducive to plant growth and development.
The rose flowers are afraid of water flooding, and there must be no water in the pot.Water should be poured once a day in summer, and water can be watered when the surface of the pot soil is white.During the winter dormant, you must water less and keep half wet.
In the growing season, it takes ten days to pour light fertilizer.Regardless of which fertilizer is used, remember not to excess to prevent fertilizer and harm flower seedlings.However, fertilization during dormancy during winter.