How Do Small Flowerpots Produce Beautiful Succulents?
In the maintenance of succulents, sometimes don't worry about changing your succulent plants. Small pots can also raise large chunks of meat. Why do you say this? Because when we put the meat on the big pot, although the space has become bigger, the watering has become a problem. The space is large, and the watering needs to be poured more than the water in the small basin. If you are not able to master the succulent plant's water demand, it is easy to accumulate excess water in the pottery soil. Once the succulent plant needs less water, long-term water accumulation may lead to fleshy roots.
The key point in raising small pots is that it is easier to grasp the rhythm of watering and watering. Not only that, most of the flower friends have not paid much attention to the amount of meat, but they are more concerned about how good the meat is, not fine. A meat with ornamental value is very beautiful in terms of color and shape.
Here we need to know two points in advance, the amount of watering and the frequency of watering. It is easy to mix these two points into a concept. The amount of watering is the amount of watering each time, and the frequency of watering is the number of watering. Water once a day or a week. Watering is a very complicated matter. Many factors below will affect the watering: the size and type of the plant, the local climate, which season in spring, summer, autumn and winter, the soil ratio, the material and size of the flower, and the air circulation environment. Putting aside these complex factors, just like matching soil, sorting out some of the most basic points, watering them in a common way, and waiting for more understanding and refinement of plants.
Adult succulents can be used in a "single pass, long stretch" approach. Pour water directly into the pot or pour 2/3 of the water in a pot, once a week. The roots of adult plants are strong, and the new leaves or the recovery state need to absorb water, so the watering amount should be increased, but at the same time, it can not be watered frequently, which is easy to cause soaking and decaying. Seedlings generally use a "small amount of frequent" watering method. Watering once a day, every time, let the soil surface moist, because the roots of the seedlings are rarely used, too much water can not be absorbed, but it is easy to breed bacteria or soak the roots to cause decay.
If it is in the summer, the watering time is better in the morning, the winter should be carried out in the afternoon of fine weather, and the spring and autumn can be watered. Under normal circumstances, do not pour water from the top, watering must be poured, so you must often loosen the soil, so that the potting soil can easily absorb enough water. For growing winter and intermediate plants, the soil should be kept moist without water, and watered to dry out, neither water nor too dry.
The leaves are wrinkled or softened. Basically, they will recover the next day after watering. On the third day of slowing, they will recover. However, sometimes the leaves are wrinkled and soft, and they are not necessarily lack of water. The watering time and the recent weather conditions were judged. Generally speaking, if it is in the absence of water, the water will be watered the night and the leaves will be full the next day.
The amount of watering can not be saturated. The requirement is to let the plants drink half full at a time, and the water intake should be slightly less than the consumption. In this way, in addition to forcing the growth of the plant's capillary roots, the concentration of sugar in the plants can be increased. The development of capillary roots can make plants more healthy, and the accumulation of nutrients allows reproductive growth to be achieved. Plants will gain weight, become shorter, and have prominent features. The next dormancy, peeling, and flowering period also have enough physical strength to deal with.