1. Soil: Lover of breeding lover needs to choose soil, good breathability, good drainage, and nutritious soil. 2. Light: You need to provide adequate lighting to promote the photosynthetic effect of plants. 3. Temperature: The growth temperature needs to be controlled between 15-25 ° C. 4. Watering: The soil is dry and hydrated in time to keep the soil slightly moisturizing. 5. Fertilization: Periodic fertilizer can be applied regularly.
The lover's tears are also called Buddhist beads, and the scientific name of the Buddha beads hanging orchid is the emerald bead. Buddhist beads are native to southern Africa and are widely cultivated around the world. Its sex is warm and humid, semi -overcast environment.
Buddha beads are perennial flowers. The folks are also called watermelon peels, watermelon spider orchids. The Buddhist beads are oval spherical meaty leaves, pale green, and each other; flowers are pale yellow or pale purple, small and cute.
Buddhist beads do not choose the soil, growing better in loose sandy loam soil. The requirements for light are not strict, and it is generally suitable for growing under medium light conditions, which is also resistant to weak light.