首页
动态
文章
百科
花园
设置
简体中文
已关注
+
关注
动态 (7981)
Miss Chen
18小时前
Miss Chen
选材修剪,插花前应挑选好需要的花材,按照自己喜好挑选,然后进行构思,插花前需对花材简单修剪;准备容器,可以使用大小合适的美观花瓶进行插花,需将花瓶清洗一遍;固定倒水,提前准备细铁丝,然后放到花瓶中将花枝固定,再适当加入清水;进行插花,将花材依次放入花瓶中,适当进行调整。
1、选材修剪 在进行插花之前,首先应挑选好插花需要的材料。按照自己的喜好去选择花材,然后在脑海中构思好设计图。选择好主要花材以后,还需准备好搭配使用的花材,在进行插花之前,需进行简单修剪。 2、准备容器 插花之前应首先选择进行插花的容器,可以使用一个大小合适的花瓶。最好使用较为美观的花瓶,美观的花瓶才可更好的展现花朵的美丽。然后使用清水将花瓶仔细清洗一遍,就可开始插花。 3、固定倒水 提前准备好一些较细的铁丝,把铁丝制成较为合适的形状。然后放在花瓶里面,使用胶带把瓶口贴成网格形状,这样可以更好的固定花枝,准备好了以后,就可以在花瓶里面加入清水。
4、进行插花 在所有准备工作都完成以后,就可以开始进行插花。先把主要花材放到花瓶里面,然后插入一些作为陪衬的花草。按照自己的喜好对花材的高度以及排序进行调整,这样插花的观赏价值会更高。 5、修剪花材 在插花完成以后,就应适当对花材进行修剪,按照自己的喜好以及审美,将插花变成自己喜欢的样子。花材通常分为点状花材、散状花材、线状花材以及团状花材、特殊造型花材。
0
0
文章
Miss Chen
18小时前
Miss Chen
温度的大多数生理以及生化变化都是在适宜的温度环境中产生的,若温度低于或者高于适宜生长的温度就会影响植株生长。植株进行光合作用需要保持温度在10~35℃的环境中。温度升高植株就会更快吸收水分以及养分,但温度过高就会导致根部吸收的面积减少,温度适宜植株就可以积累更多的养分。
温度对生长发育的影响 植物的所有生理变化以及生化反应都需要在合适的温度条件下才能进行。植株生长的温度范围内,不同的温度值所产生的影响也不一样。其中包括最适点、最低点以及最高点,超过植物能接受的温度范围就会导致植株停止生长。
温度的其他影响 1、光合作用 通常植物在10~35℃的环境中就可正常进行光合作用,若温度高于35℃,就会影响光合作用的进行。在40~45℃的高温环境中,很多植物的会停止进行光合作用,因此最适宜的生长温度为10~35℃。 2、呼吸作用 通常根系吸收水分以及营养物质的速度会随着温度的升高而变快,因为温度升高以后,植株的根系就会更快吸收。但是温度太高就会导致根系衰老,从而减少吸收面积,高温环境中原生质就会缓慢流动,影响植株正常生长。 3、积累养分 白天的温度较高,植株就能更好的进行光合作用,就可产生更多的碳水化合物。晚上的温度较低,植物就会一直产生呼吸作用,从而使二氧化碳分解速度变慢,因此需要保持适宜的生长温度。
0
0
文章
Miss Chen
05月26日
Miss Chen
The coral honeysuckle produces beautiful trumpet-shaped flowers in red, coral, orange, or yellow. Despite the invasive reputation of common honeysuckle, coral honeysuckle is native to the southeast United States and is a perfect alternative to its invasive cousins. The flowers attract hummingbirds and butterflies, while its red berries in the fall attract songbirds. This vine has oblong, paired leaves. Leaves located at the upper ends of the vines are connected, creating the appearance of one leaf. Mature vines have papery, orange-brown bark that complements the orange-red flowers. This stunning plant is evergreen in warm climates, though in colder climates it is a perennial vine. When planting, it is best to do so in the spring or fall, as the summer heat will stress a new plant. Alternatively, the coral honeysuckle can also be grown in large containers. Botanical Name Lonicera sempervirens Common Name Coral honeysuckle, trumpet honeysuckle Plant Type Evergreen, perennial, vine Mature Size 15-25 ft. tall, 15-25 ft. wide Sun Exposure Full, partial Soil Type Loamy, sandy, clay, well-drained Soil pH Acidic, neutral Bloom Time Spring, summer Flower Color Red, pink, orange, yellow Hardiness Zones 4-11, USA Native Area North America Toxicity Toxic to pets Coral Honeysuckle Care The coral honeysuckle has easy care requirements. These plants are easy to maintain, since they prove adaptable to many conditions. It needs well-draining soil and full to partial sunshine. Good air circulation will help prevent disease. Aside from pruning vines that have ventured too far, coral honeysuckle thrives when left to weave and wind on its own.
Providing a trellis is a great way to display the abundant flowers of this plant. To do this, gently help the vine wrap around the trellis as it grows, or lightly tie it to the trellis with twine. This climbing vine can also be allowed to creep along the ground as ground cover. Though honeysuckle is often looked at as an invasive species in the US, coral honeysuckle is actually native in to the southeast US. Japanese honeysuckle, on the other hand, is very invasive. The coral honeysuckle is not often troubled by pests or diseases, but they may encounter aphids or powdery mildew. Light Providing this plant with full sun will produce the best blooms. Though it can be grown in part shade, the plant will not flower as abundantly. Soil Coral honeysuckle needs well-draining soil. As long as this need is met, this plant can adapt to a variety of soil conditions. If the soil does not drain well enough, adding compost can resolve the issue. Coral honeysuckle prefers acidic to neutral soil pH. Water Established plants are very drought tolerant. Regular watering will help promote healthy blooming and is most important for young, establishing plants. Depending on your area, natural rainfall may provide enough water for these plants. Temperature and Humidity These plants are both heat tolerant and cold tolerant. Coral honeysuckle can withstand hard frosts and cold temperatures down to USDA zone 4. It prefers medium humidity levels, as high humidity can encourage powdery mildew. Fertilizer Coral honeysuckle appreciates a balanced fertilizer during its growing seasons. It does not require large amounts of fertilizer, so adding some to the soil in spring is enough to keep this plant healthy. Pruning Coral Honeysuckle The only pruning required of coral honeysuckle is any trimming required to maintain a desired shape or size. Pruning is best done after the first big bloom. This will prevent the removal of blossoms that have not bloomed. Propagating Coral Honeysuckle Propagation is easily done with softwood cuttings in late spring or summer. Take note of these instructions: Using sharp garden snips, trim a softwood vine that is around 6 inches long. Remove the bottom sets of leaves. It is best to have around 2 exposed nodes near the cut end and two sets of leaves at the tip of the cutting. At this point, either dip the cut end into rooting hormone and place the cutting in moist soil or place the cutting in water. Place the cutting in indirect sunlight. If kept in water, be sure to change the water regularly. When roots appear, plant in well-drained potting soil, and continue to grow until large enough for planting in the garden. As new growth appears and root growth is apparent (tug gently to check for resistance), transfer to your desired planting location. How to Grow Coral Honeysuckle from Seed Propagation by seed is another way to grow coral honeysuckle. Here is how to gather and plant seeds:
Remove the berry flesh and place the seeds in the refrigerator for around 3 months for cold stratification. After this, plant the seeds and cover lightly with well-draining, moist soil. Place a plastic bag or tray over the seeds to retain moisture. Keep the soil moist and remove the cover once seedlings appear. Potting and Repotting Coral Honeysuckle To grow coral honeysuckle in containers, be sure to choose a container with good drainage holes. Fill it with a well-draining soil mix and keep it in a sunny location. When the honeysuckle fills the pot and no longer has room to grow, gently tip the pot onto its side to work the plant and its root system free. Place the plant in a slightly larger pot and fill it with fresh soil. Overwintering Coral Honeysuckle Because coral honeysuckle plants are cold tolerant and can withstand hard frost, there is not much required to overwinter these plants. Planting them near structures such as fences or trellises will help shelter them from cold winds. Additionally, adding mulch in the fall will help to insulate the root system from excessively cold temperatures. If growing in a container that is not winterproof, bring the plant inside to grow as a houseplant during the winter.
0
0
文章
0
0
文章
Miss Chen
05月25日
Miss Chen
水培植物在生长过程中会遇到营养缺失、缺氧等一系列问题,使植物出现营养不良、叶片发黄、品质降低乃至烂根的现象。尤其是现在正值夏天,属于水培植物烂根常发的一个季节,大家更应对植物烂根的原因有所了解并掌握相应的解决对策。
怎样判断水培植物是否烂根 1、眼看植物根部,要是发现根部已经变黄、变黑、变软,用手轻拉根际处,其表皮极易撕脱,只剩下木质化的部分,说明植物已经烂根。 2、鼻子闻植物根部,要是有臭味,说明植物根本已经腐烂 。 3、鼻子闻水培植物的水味道,要是水有臭味,说明植物的根本也可能腐烂变质。
水培植物烂根的原因分析: 1、 水培的营养液中溶解氧含量低,造成植物根系因缺氧而死亡。这个情况在夏季比较明显。这时你可以增加水泵的循环次数和时间。以提高营养液中的溶解氧的含量。 2、 营养液淹没了所有的根系甚至是根茎部。这也是家庭无土栽培中人们容易忽略的地方。一般最好的栽培是将根的一半留在营养液中,而另一半暴露在空气中。这样可以使植物的根部氧气供氧量大大增加,可以有效的降低烂根现象的发生。 3、 检查营养液水质。水质有残留植物碎片或者是残留基质、营养液沉淀等造成水质变坏,如发现水质比较浑浊或者有异味,应该及时的换水以保证植物的正常生长。 4、 在种植过程中可以适当降低营养液的供应量,因为不同地区的水质情况是不一样的。水质硬的地区,在配置营养液的时候容易发生沉淀。如果您所在地区的水质较硬,可以选择使用正常剂量的1/2或者1/4来进行营养液的配置。 5、 水的酸碱度变化幅度过大。一般情况下一个成熟的配方在规定的时间内添加或者更换营养液。PH变化不会发生太大的变化。但是,用户还是最好准备一本PH试纸。可以定期监测,做到心中有数。大多数植物的适应范围是PH5---7之间。当然特殊植物除外。 6、 温度。这里的温度很大的一方面是指营养液的温度。因为高温会引起植物的根系的老化。所以营养液的最高温度不要长时间的维持在30度以上的环境中。这在夏天是很大的一个因素。一般的解决办法就是避免阳光直射储液箱。必要时加遮阳。 真正的水培植物是很难烂根死掉的,俗称“懒人植物”,你不用精心管理就可以养很好。 很多人在花市里面买到的“水培植物”,80{bf}都是假的水培植物,其实就是别人直接把土培的植物洗干净根部之后就直接放到水里面卖了。 真正的水培植物,是要经过洗根、消毒、驯化等一系列的工序,时间长达一个月左右,长出新的水生根之后,才能算是真正的水培植物,所以真正的水培植物要比土培植物成本要高得多,但是真正的水培植物是不会轻易烂根死掉的。 所以,要是以土培植物的价格买到的水培植物,100{bf}都是假的。假的水培植物,养护不当,特别是新手,自然很容易就会烂根死掉。 推荐新手养水培植物的时候,先从水培绿萝或水培吊兰开始。 水培植物烂根处理方法 1、发现烂根之后要尽快把烂掉的部分剪掉,然后放入多菌灵或甲基托布津(广谱性高效低毒内吸性杀菌剂,具有内吸、预防、保护和治疗等作用。花市有卖,几块钱一包)进行消毒,可以把杀菌剂放到水里面浸泡根部一天之后,第二天再更换新的自来水。 2、植物烂根后,就只用清水来养就行了,等植物适应环境,长出新根之后再加营养液。 水培植物烂根注意事项 为了解决水培植物的烂根现象,首先需要将水温控制在18-28摄氏度的范围内,较为适宜植物的生长。在没有制冷措施的环境下,可以增大水培植物的容器,或将其置于阴凉处以达到降温作用。此外,可以加快氧循环、采取曝氧措施等来解决这一问题。针对水内的细菌,可以向溶液中加入一定浓度的双氧水,或通过通臭氧、紫外线照射等方法来进行杀菌,这是防止细菌烂根的有效方法。 总的来说,为了防止烂根现象的发生,要保证营养液中有充足的氧气供给,并保持植物生长的适宜温度。掌握了上面的方法,相信大家一定可以对家中的水培植物进行好好养护,保持它们良好的生长态势。这样一来,培育出的水培植物不仅可以装点室内格调,还能净化空气,有利于健康的家居生活。
0
0
文章
Miss Chen
05月25日
Miss Chen
花卉植物放的时间长了,也会想其他物品一样积灰尘。很多朋友问花卉叶子上面的灰尘要不要清理,清理会不会把花给弄死了呢?
答案是要清理的。原因有以下两点: 一是盆栽植物,特别是叶面宽大的观叶类植物,它们在摆放过程中总是容易吸附灰尘,一方面灰尘会阻塞叶片上的气孔,使植物无法从空气中吸收水分和氧气或将体内多余的水分蒸发到外界。 二是灰尘还会使盆栽植物看起来灰头土脸,喷水之后更是污渍斑斑,显得十分不美观。
花卉植物叶子清洁注意事项 1、清洁叶片的时间 清洁叶片的时间为早晨,使叶片在入夜到来之前有充足的晾晒时间,以免因夜间缺少阳光以及温度降低,使叶片产个时间处于潮湿的环境。 2、清洁叶片的方法 喷水法:利用喷雾器的水流冲击力将叶片上的灰尘冲走。 擦拭法:用蘸了水的海绵或棉布反复轻轻将叶片上的灰尘污泥擦干净。 毛刷法:用软毛刷将叶片上的灰尘刷干净 注意事项:前两种方法不适合仙人掌类、多肉类以及叶片具有绒毛的植物。叶片一旦被水弄湿后很难蒸发,即使用干布吸去水分也无法保证能够一定时间内晾干。而一些怕水的花芽如非洲菊叶丛的花芽、君子兰叶丛的假鳞茎也不宜沾水,特别是在发芽期和孕蕾期,遇水会影响花卉的发育。 此外不要直接将水喷在花朵上。花朵遇水易腐烂、枯萎,还会造成受精低下,影响开花结果。石榴、海棠、倒挂金钟以及紫薇等盆花对叶片喷水会造成枝叶徒长,推荐使用后两种清洗方法。 看完赶紧行动吧,给自己的爱花清洁清洁。
0
0
文章
Miss Chen
05月24日
Miss Chen
The common name "coral bells" is used for several species in the Heuchera genus, comprising hundreds of varieties and hybrids. Coral bells is a traditional perennial foliage plant, with new varieties introduced every year. Native to North America, the plants form round mounds with a woody rootstock or crown at their base and small bell-shaped flowers that begin in spring or early summer on the tall stems. Rich in nectar, the flowers attract hummingbirds and butterflies, plus make nice cut blooms. Their leaves are rounded, lobed, hairy, and evergreen or semi-evergreen, depending on the climate. Besides traditional green-leaved coral bells, newer varieties have leaves in shades of purple, rose, lime green, gold, and more. Coral bells are best planted in late fall or early spring and will grow at a moderate pace, making them a great option for woodlands, rock gardens, containers, borders, and ground covers. But they are short-lived perennials; unless divided regularly, they will die out in a few years. Common Name Coral bells, alumroot Botanical Name Heuchera spp. Family Saxifragaceae Plant Type Perennial Mature Size 8–18 in. tall, 12–24 in. wide Sun Exposure Full, partial Soil Type Rich, moist but well-drained Soil pH Acidic, neutral Bloom Time Spring, summer Flower Color Red, white, pink, orange Hardiness Zones 4–9 (USDA) Native Area North America Coral Bells Care Coral bells is a fairly easy plant to grow in a semi-shady location in a well-draining, organically rich soil. There are some hybrid cultivars that can do quite well in full sun—though they will require more water in order to thrive. This plant is a good choice for providing color in a landscape filled with shade trees. While coral bells don't need much maintenance, you can cut back the entire flower stalk after flowering to put the plant's energy into growing more leaves. If the leaves get a bit ragged looking, especially after winter, cut them back and new growth should fill in quickly. Deadheading the faded flowers regularly will help ensure repeated blooming all summer and into fall. Light Most varieties of coral bells do best in partial shade, especially in hotter climates. Their color can become washed out if they're kept in full sun, and too much light can cause their leaves to scorch. Keep in mind, coral bells planted in damp shade can be prone to fungal diseases—if your plants start having problems, it's best to move them to a drier site.1 Soil Coral bells prefer humus-rich soil with a neutral to slightly acidic soil pH, somewhere between 6.0 and 7.0. Good drainage is a must, especially in shaded areas, as sitting in the damp soil will cause the crown of the plant to rot.2
Water This plant has medium water needs and likes consistently moist soil. Established plants will tolerate some drought, but an inch of water per week is the best way to keep them happy. If you grow your coral bells in full sun, plan to give them extra water—their shallow roots will need extra moisture during hot, sunny days. Temperature and Humidity Coral bells are hardy in USDA hardiness zones 4 to 9, although the exact hardiness range does depend on the variety you're growing and its parentage. Some Heucheras are only hardy to zone 7, while others do well in cold but don't perform well south of zone 6. Most coral bells prefer relatively dry air, but Heuchera villosa, a native of the southeastern U.S., thrives on both heat and high humidity. In regions with frigid winters, coral bells crowns can heave above the soil line in the winter. Winter mulching will help prevent the freezing/thawing cycle that pushes the plants up, and you should check periodically to make sure the roots are not exposed. Fertilizer Feed coral bells in the spring with a 1/2-inch layer of compost or a light amount of slow-release fertilizer. This plant has light feeding needs; you should avoid heavy applications of quick-release fertilizers, as this will inhibit flowering. Container-grown coral bells benefit from feeding with a water-soluble fertilizer to replenish nutrients that leach from the soil. For the amount, follow the product label instructions. Types Coral Bells Several different species of Heuchera, including H. americana, H. sanguinea, H. villosa, and H. parviflora, are commonly sold in the trade, along with named cultivars of each species. H. sanguina is regarded as the best species for ornamental purposes and is the one most often sold as coral bells; the other species are more often known as alumroot. The species plants have medium-green leaves, but 'Dale's Strain' and 'Purple Palace' were two of the first cultivars to offer reddish bronze and purple foliage.3 But even more popular are the many named cultivars derived from cross-species hybridization. These often simply carry the Heuchera label. The exact parentage of hybrids is sometimes lost, but H. americana and H. sanguina are thought to be the most common parent species. The most notable differences between varieties can be seen in their foliage color and texture variations. There are dozens of these cultivars, including: Heuchera 'Autumn Leaves': As hinted at by its name, the leaves on this hybrid variety change color through the seasons, from red to caramel to ruby. Heuchera 'Chocolate Ruffles': This hybrid variety has ruffled leaves with rich chocolaty color on the top and deep burgundy on the bottom. Heuchera 'Green Spice': This hardy hybrid has large green leaves that are veined in maroon. Heuchera 'Marmalade': Another frilly hybrid cultivar, the leaves on this version appear in shades ranging from umber to deep sienna. Heuchera 'Citronelle; This variety has bright yellowish-green leaves that are excellent for brightening shady areas. Heuchera 'Electric Lime': This striking variety has bright green leaves with blood-red veins. Heuchera 'Fire Chief': Bright red spring foliage slowly deepens to crimson as the season progresses. Propagating Coral Bells Coral bells is most often propagated by dividing the root clumps. Either fall or spring division will work, though many gardeners prefer fall. Heuchera plants often produce small offsets around the parent plant, and it's an easy matter to carefully dig up these offsets and replant them. The root crowns of the divisions should be planted so they are just barely covered with soil.5 Heuchera plants are fairly short-lived, and this division should be done every three or four years in order to prevent them from dying out. To propagate mature plants: Dig up the entire root clump with a shovel in fall or spring. Cut the root clump into pieces, each having several growth shoots. The woody center portion can be discarded. Prepare new planting sites by blending in plenty of compost or peat moss, then replant the divisions, just barely covering the root crowns. How to Grow Coral Bells From Seed You can start coral bells from seed, but results can be irregular if you are collecting seeds from hybrid plants. Commercial seeds will produce more predictable results. If you want to propagate plants by collecting seeds, it's best to start with pure species plants rather than nursery hybrids. Pure species are easiest to obtain from specialty nurseries or online retailers. When starting seed, sprinkle the seed on the surface of the soil in late fall or early spring, making sure not to cover the seed as they need light to germinate. You can also start seeds indoors a couple of months before you plan to transplant. Coral bells seeds take two to eight weeks to germinate. Once established, harden off the plants for 10 days, then transplant the seedlings outdoors after all danger of frost has passed. You can plant container-grown coral bells any time after the danger of frost has passed. Keep them well-watered their first year—other than that, they shouldn't require more than some relief from the extreme heat and rich, well-draining soil. Potting and Repotting Coral Bells Although it's not typical to grow perennials such as coral bells in containers, it certainly can be done, and this plant does quite well when grown that way. Choose a container that has good drainage and a potting mix that drains freely. When grown in containers, keep the root crown slightly higher than the soil level. If you want to overwinter these plants in pots, they will need to be moved to a protected location to shield them from cold winter temperatures. During the winter months, withhold water and allow the plants to go dormant.6 While the spectacular foliage might tempt you to try growing coral bells as a houseplant, they do not lend themselves to this use. These woodland plants can do fine in outdoor containers where they receive a dormant period over winter, but they rarely are successful as permanent indoor houseplants. Overwintering In warmer climates, this plant often remains evergreen through the winter. Because the roots are shallow, coral bells can be prone to winter root heaving in colder climates. A light mulch over the plants can prevent this. In other regions, overwintering simply involves cleaning up plant debris to prevent fungi from overwintering. Common Pests & Plant Diseases Coral bells is usually a fairly carefree plant, but it can be affected by various fungal diseases, including powdery mildew, rust, and bacterial leaf spot.7 Potential insect problems include weevils and foliar nematodes. The larvae of the black vine weevil can bore into the crowns and roots of coral bells in late summer or early fall, causing infected plants to wilt and droop.8 You should be able to see the larvae on the plant and remove them by hand and destroy them. If an infection persists, treat your plants with a mild insecticide or neem oil. How to Get Coral Bells to Bloom Sparse blooming is usually not terribly concerning with these plants, since it is the foliage color that is of greatest appeal. But the stems of airy, delicate red or pink flowers certainly do have ornamental merit, and if planted in good growing conditions, you can expect repeated blooms from late spring into fall. Avoid overfeeding these plants, which can hinder blossoming as it stimulates foliage development. And some varieties bred to be sun-lovers may not bloom well if they are planted in deep shade. Common Problems With Coral Bells Coral bells are generally quite easy to grow, but there are some common cultural problems you may encounter:
Scalded Leaves Most varieties of coral bells are not keen about growing in full sun, and they may exhibit burned, scorched leaves if they get too much sun, especially in climates with hot summers. Giving plants extra water during hot spells can minimize this scorching. Plants Die Out After a Few Years It's sometimes disappointing when a thriving coral bells plant suddenly declines, but this is rather normal, as these are short-lived perennials that usually live only four or five years. You can prolong the lifespan by dividing root clumps every three or four years, which will provide new plants to continue the lineage. Plants Lift Out of the Ground Coral bells have shallow root systems with crowns that are slightly exposed. In cold climates, frost heaving can push them out of the ground entirely, which will require you to replant them. A layer of mulch applied just after the ground freezes may help prevent heaving due to repeated freeze-thaw cycles. FAQ How should I use coral bells in the landscape? Coral bells make wonderful edging plants and put on a show when planted in groups. Their foliage is vibrant and saturated and ​is great for playing up the colors of nearby flowers in the garden—darker purple leaves can make yellow flowers glow, while butterscotch-colored leaves can bring out the tones of simple green leaves. Are there any coral bells varieties that work well in hot climates? The more heat-tolerant cultivars often have Heuchera villosa in their parentage, which is a notably heat-tolerant species. Gardeners as far south as zone 9 usually have good success with varieties based on this species. Two excellent cultivars known for their heat tolerance are ‘Caramel’ and ‘Citronelle’. H. villosa is a native plant in the southeastern U.S. and hardy to zone 7.9 How about cold-winter gardens—are there any varieties that work in zone 3? Heuchera sanguinea and its direct cultivars are considered hardy to zone 3. But you will need to make sure of the parentage, as many nursery hybrids have other species among their parents, which are not as cold-hardy. To buy pure H. sanguinea plants, you may need to shop at a specialty nursery.
0
0
文章
Miss Chen
05月24日
Miss Chen
大花葱北方可以室外越冬,在零下5摄氏度的环境下还能够正常生长。但是需要在土壤表面盖上一层塑料膜或者稻草,当温度低于8摄氏度的时候,需要停止浇水,或者移置到温暖的室内,每隔3~4天浇一次水,控制水温在50摄氏度左右。
大花葱北方可以室外越冬 大花葱的耐寒能力较强,在零下5摄氏度的室外环境中也能够正常生长,但是裸露在土壤外面的部分,很容易发生枯萎、冻死的现象,需要等到春天温度升高的时候,才会慢慢恢复正常的生长情况,促进开花的进行。
大花葱北方冬季养殖的方法 大花葱在冬季生长时,保温措施一定要实施到位,可以在土壤表面铺上塑料膜或者稻草,减少土壤中水分和热量的蒸发。在白天养殖的时候,需要放置在阳光照射充足的地方,保证接受足够的光照,促进光合作用。 当大花葱在室外处于零下8摄氏度左右的环境下生长时,可以移置到室内进行培育,避免浇水时会导致土壤结冰,冻伤植株的根系,阻碍了正常生长的速度。在浇水时水温一定要保持在50摄氏度左右,每隔3~4天浇一次水。 在冬季生长的时候,一般不用施加肥料,自身储存和产生的营养物质,能够保障植株正常的生命活动,此时施肥容易发生肥害现象,导致根系腐烂、坏死。当植株出现生长速度减缓、停滞的时候,可以施加少量腐熟发酵的有机肥。
0
0
文章
Miss Chen
05月24日
Miss Chen
要想养殖小人祭能够爆头,需要在白天将其移置到散射光照的环境中生长,促进植株的光合作用。还需要保证土壤充足的水分,在土壤变干后进行浇水,浇水一定要浇透。也需要进行正确的施肥操作,施肥的用量一定要合适,注意不要将肥料溅洒到植株的叶片上。
小人祭爆头的方法 要想养殖小人祭能够爆头,需要保证充足的阳光照射。在白天的时候,将小人祭移置到散射光照的环境中进行培养,促进植株光合作用的进行,利于植株更好地生长,在光照强烈的时候,需要在植株顶端套上一层遮阳布。 为了让小人祭能够爆头,需要保证水分的充足。一般当土壤完全变干的时候,或者植株叶片发生枯萎、卷曲的时候,就应该进行浇水,提高土壤中的含水量,促进植株根系和叶片的生长,避免叶片缺水现象的发生。
要想养殖小人祭爆头,施肥操作得当也是一个充分条件。在施肥时一定要控制施肥的用量,避免肥害现象的发生,在生长初期施加少量的基础肥料,一定要进行发酵或稀释,在生长期施加多肉专用肥,施肥的时候要防治肥料溅洒到叶片表面。 为了让小人祭能够养殖爆头,还需要确保土壤的状况良好,透气和排水性能都要较高,利于植株根系的正常生长和发育,不会存在土壤底部积水的现象发生,也能够避免植株根系发生腐烂、坏死的状况。
0
0
文章
相关用户
推荐文章
举报 反馈

您有什么意见或建议,欢迎给我们留言。

请输入内容
下载绿手指 APP

扫二维码,下载绿手指 APP,手机上查看更多内容 ٩(๑>◡<๑)۶

二维码

打开APP扫二维码,直接查看他的主页

切换语言
设置
VIP
退出登录
分享

分享好文,绿手指(GFinger)养花助手见证你的成长。

请前往电脑端操作

请前往电脑端操作

转发
插入话题
提醒好友
发布
/
提交成功 提交失败 最大图片质量 成功 警告 啊哦! 出了点小问题 转发成功 举报 转发 显示更多 _zh 文章 求助 动态 刚刚 回复 邀你一起尬聊! 表情 添加图片 评论 仅支持 .JPG .JPEG .PNG .GIF 图片尺寸不得小于300*300px 最少上传一张图片 请输入内容