Creativity Landscape: How to Water Different Flower Growing Seasons
Garden flowers and watering should be able to do the right amount. The more watered and poured, the flowers will dry up, the need to pour less, the flowers will rot, which is not conducive to the growth of flower bonsai, must be based on seasonal changes and bonsai Make a correct judgment on the actual situation. Here are a few basic principles for understanding the amount of watering.
When the flower is in the germination stage of the seed, it needs more water. The soil should be kept in a humid state. If the soil is slightly dry, spray it with a fine watering can. In the early stage of seed development, the soil may be slightly damp. After the seeds are germinated, the water should be gradually reduced to prevent the flowers from growing.
The flower grows vigorously during the period of flowering and leafing, and requires a large amount of water. Watering should adhere to the principle of “drying through” and “seeing dryness and seeing wetness”. For some flowers with special water requirements, they should be treated separately. In addition, the amount of water should not be too large, so as to prevent the branches from continuously stretching. It reduces the unnecessary consumption of nutrients, is conducive to the accumulation of nutrients, and is beneficial to flower bud differentiation.
During flower bud differentiation, the water should be reduced and the soil should be kept dry, which is conducive to the formation of flower buds, such as plum blossoms.
During the flowering period, the flowers should be watered less, so that the flowering period will be greatly extended. Watering during the flowering period will make the flower color fade, and the petals will soon fade away, shortening the flowering period, which is not conducive to viewing.
During the young fruit period, the soil should be properly dried and the water content should not be large. Otherwise, the top buds and side buds in the dormant state of the branches will sprout and produce new shoots, competing with the young fruit for nutrients and causing fruit drop. After the fruit is stabilized, the amount of water can be gradually increased to promote the growth of the fruit. When the peel is colored, it indicates that the fruit is basically mature, and the amount of water should be reduced to prevent the fruit from maturing too quickly and prolonging the time of fruit observation.
In the autumn, the flowers can't be watered too much, the pots are too wet, the flowers will sprout autumn shoots, the autumn shoots can't mature before winter, and they will suffer from freezing damage, which wastes a lot of nutrition, hinders flower bud differentiation, and makes flowers unsafe. Wintering.