Zhu Ding can be watered during the flowering period. When Zhu Dinghong is blooming, there are many demand for moisture. Only by replenishing moisture can it be conducive to flowering. The frequency of watering is once in the morning and evening, and the soil that keeps grows contains moisture. The amount of water should not be too much, and it is guaranteed that it can be poured and ensured that the bottom of the basin can flow out of water. Improper watering can hinder the role, especially too much water will cause rotten roots, and it is necessary to adjust in time. If the water is applied to a little bit, you need to add a little bit as appropriate. If there is too much water, you need to stop watering, and then loosen the soil and ventilate to promote the water in the flower pot can evaporate.
Flower During Maintenance
1. Pre -flowering fertilization: After Zhu Dinghong grows the buds, it needs to be added before it blooms, it needs to be supplemented A little fertilizer can effectively promote flowers and make it flowers. The fertilizer is mostly phosphorus and potassium fertilizer, which can be applied every 20 days to apply cake fertilizer water. The next day after fertilization, water should be supplemented to make it better absorb.
2. Water control during the flowering period: After the red blooms, you need to pay attention to the water control. If you water too much, it will easily cause the plant to fall into flowers and even cause rotten rot. Usually, as long as the soil is not too dry, you do n’t need to water it. Each watering can be poured through, but you ca n’t have a stagnant water. Once the water is poured, it should be discharged immediately.
3. Pruning after flowering: Zhu Dinghong needs to cut off its flower branches in time when the flowers are fading. This can avoid nutrient consumption and it is also helpful for the second flowering of the plant. After trimming, keep ventilation so that the wound can dry as soon as possible, reduce the possibility of germs of invasion, and it is helpful for its recovery.
When blooming, not only pay attention to the frequency and water amount of watering, but also the method of watering. Do not pour water directly from the top, otherwise the leaves and flowers will remain water, causing rotten. Don't pour directly on the root, it also has an impact on the roots. You can slowly pour down the edge of the flower pot and pour it near the edge of the roots. In this way, the moisture will penetrate down, and the root can also absorb the moisture normally.