1. Soil: Blue snowflakes need to choose soil with loose soil, fertile, breathable, and strong drainage.2. Temperature: The temperature of the growth environment needs to be controlled between 15-28 ° C.3. Lighting: A sufficient light needs to be provided every day to ensure that the plants can perform photosynthesis normally.4. Precautions: Proper shade protection in summer.
Blue Snowflake is native to South Africa.Jiangsu (Xuzhou), Shanghai and Zhejiang Zhoushan Islands (Yushan).
Blue snowflakes can be sowed and reproduced, cuttings, and divisions to reproduce.Most of the cuttings and branching methods are used. Cuttings can be carried out in spring, early summer or late summer. Cuttings are generally carried out in May to June.The suitable temperature is 20.C ~ 25 ℃, about 20 to 28 after insertion.
Blue snowflakes need to be topped 2 to 3 times during the process of growing seedlings, and the topic can delay the flowering period of about 2 weeks.Keep the medium wet during the seedlings and avoid withering seedlings.