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Miss Chen
06月21日
Miss Chen
冬天换盆的花卉需要马上浇水,保证土壤处于湿润的状态,使植株能尽快服盆恢复生长。冬季为花卉换盆时,脱盆后需对徒长枝以及生长过长的根须进行短截,进行消毒浸泡后再上盆栽种。在冬季为了使植株尽快恢复生长,需保留1/2原有的土壤,再将植物移栽到新盆中,覆土压实。
冬天换盆的花要马上浇水 冬天换盆后的花卉需要马上浇水,保证土壤处于湿润的生长状态,使根系和土壤紧密的结合在一起,使植株能尽快的服盆并恢复生长,提高移栽后的存活率。注意不要让土壤产生积水,否则会使得花卉植物根系出现腐烂发黑的状况,后期会出现生长不良的状况。
冬季花卉换盆的方法 在冬季给花卉换盆前,首先需做好修剪工作,将植株从原花盆中取出后,清理掉根系所残留的土壤,对徒长枝进行短截,修剪掉干枯受损的枝条,再修剪掉根部生长过长的根须,修剪完成后还需对伤口进行杀菌消毒处理,再放入生根粉中浸泡,提高换盆后的存活率。 在冬季低温环境下,花卉植物的生长速度较慢,为了使植株更好的适应生长环境,换盆时,可保留1/2原有的土壤,剩余的土壤重新进行配置,若担心原有土壤中残留有虫卵,可在修剪根须的同时,对原有的土壤进行晾晒消毒处理,之后可直接将植株移栽到土壤中,填土压实。 冬季给植物换盆时,新盆需比旧盆大三分之一,使植株根系在后期能更好的舒展,并且需将环境温度控制在10~15℃之间,使植株尽快服盆恢复生长。此外,在换盆完成后,需将植株摆放到散光充足的环境下养护,使叶片更好的进行光合作用。
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Miss Chen
06月20日
Miss Chen
银柳花期1个月,花期一般在每年5月开花,持续开放至6月,花期后整株都会出现枯萎凋谢的状况。银柳可采取干养的方法养护,将花枝摘下晾干后,可直接插入瓶中养护。也可从花枝底部45°角斜剪一刀,修剪掉多余的叶片,再放入透明玻璃瓶中进行水培养护。
银柳花期1个月 银柳花花期一个月,一般会在每年5月开花,花期在每年5~6月间,能持续开放1个月,花期过后,银柳花朵就会凋谢,等到冬季气温下降后,整株都会出现枯萎死亡的状况。银柳花在开放时花朵呈白色,叶片呈翠绿色,叶柄呈褐色,带有小绒毛。
银柳花的养护方法 银柳即可干养也可插花瓶进行水养,若进行干养,将花枝采摘回家后需放置到通风阴凉的环境中晾干,然后直接掺入花瓶中,瓶种无需装入水分,后期可往花朵上喷洒定型喷雾,一般干养能持续有1年的观赏期。 对银柳花进行水培时,需先对花枝进行修剪,用消毒后的锋利剪刀从花枝45°角斜剪一刀,以增加枝条的吸水面积,然后修剪掉底部多余的叶片,只保留上半部的叶子,再放入生根水中浸泡10分钟。 水培时,需选择透明的玻璃花瓶作为容器,以便更好的透光和观察水质的变化,使用前需先使用高锰酸钾进行消毒,再倒入1/2的纯净水,插入花瓶中。为了延长花枝的保鲜时间,后期需每隔2~3天换一次水,换水的同时需对花瓶内壁清洗。
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Miss Chen
06月19日
Miss Chen
Creeping phlox (Phlox stolonifera) is a low-growing, mat-forming plant that is often seen spreading as a ground cover, in rock gardens, and even in crevices of stone walls. It blooms in the late spring to summer with clusters of fragrant, five-petal flowers that stretch almost an inch across. These flowers tend to attract butterflies and other pollinators to a garden. And after they’re done blooming, the creeping phlox foliage still remains green and attractive for much of the year before dying back in the winter. Plant your creeping phlox in the spring after the danger of frost has passed. The plant has a moderate growth rate. Common Name Creeping phlox, moss phlox, star rock phlox Botanical Name Phlox stolonifera Family Polemoniaceae Plant Type Herbaceous, perennial Mature Size 6–12 in. tall, 9–18 in. wide Sun Exposure Full, partial Soil Type Loamy, well-drained Soil pH Acidic, neutral, alkaline Bloom Time Spring, summer Flower Color Purple, pink, white Hardiness Zones 5–9, USA Native Area North America Creeping Phlox Care Creeping phlox is a fairly low-maintenance plant. It requires watering if you have a week or two without rainfall, along with an annual feeding. Plus, mature plants might need a bit of pruning maintenance to keep them looking tidy unless you'd like for your phlox to naturally spread and blanket a large area. As with many ground covers, grass and weeds growing up through the phlox can be a nuisance. And they will compete with your phlox for soil nutrients and moisture. It's best to start managing weeds early in the spring before the phlox blooms and its foliage is at its fullest. Hand-pulling is the most effective method for removing weeds. If you let the weeds get out of control, it might be easiest to dig up the phlox (keeping its roots intact), clear the area of grass and weeds, and then replant the phlox.
Light This plant grows best in full sun to partial shade. Too much shade can impede flower production. Soil Creeping phlox likes soil that is rich in organic matter. It prefers a slightly acidic soil pH but also can tolerate neutral and slightly alkaline soil. Moreover, it needs a well-drained soil. Water This plant requires a moderate amount of soil moisture, though mature plants do have some drought tolerance. Unless you have rainfall, it will generally need watering weekly, especially during the heat of the summer. Temperature and Humidity Creeping phlox plants are fairly hardy in their growing zones. They tolerate heat well and can handle some frost, though prolonged exposure to temperatures below 40 degrees Fahrenheit can damage the plants. Moreover, humidity is typically not an issue for the plants. Fertilizer Fertilizing in the late winter or early spring will promote growth and support a more robust bloom for your creeping phlox. Feed it with a general slow-release fertilizer suitable for flowering plants, following label instructions. Types of Creeping Phlox There are many varieties of creeping phlox, including: Phlox stolonifera ‘Fran’s Purple’: This phlox features deep green leaves and rich purple flowers. Phlox stolonifera ‘Home Fires’: Bright pink flowers adorn this variety. Phlox stolonifera ‘Pink Ridge’: This variety has flowers that are similar in color to ‘Home Fires’. Phlox stolonifera ‘Sherwood Purple’: Blue-purple flowers are featured on this plant. Pruning Pruning is optional on these plants. After the blooming period is over, you can trim back the foliage to create a neater form. This also will promote denser foliage, enhancing the phlox's beauty as a ground cover. Alternatively, you can skip the pruning and let the plants grow naturally. Propagating Creeping Phlox Creeping phlox is best propagated via division. Not only is this a cost-effective way to get a new plant, but it also helps to rejuvenate mature and overgrown phlox. Typically, you can divide a plant every two to three years without seriously weakening it. Here's how: Dig up the entire plant immediately after it's done blooming, being careful to keep the root ball intact. Cut through the roots with a sterile, sharp spade to divide them roughly in half. Replant each half in an appropriate growing site, and water to lightly moisten the soil. Common Pests Creeping phlox is less susceptible to the powdery mildew that plagues other phlox species, but spider mites can be an issue is hot, dry climates. Insecticidal soaps are often helpful for this problem. Another option is to spray the plants regularly with a hard stream of water to dislodge the mites and keep them under control. These plants also can be susceptible to foliar nematodes in wet, humid weather. Nematodes cause lesions on the leaves of the plants that turn brown and then black. These soil organisms are hard to control. So diseased plants must be removed and destroyed, and the ground should be kept clean of debris. How to Get Creeping Phlox to Bloom Creeping phlox will start blooming in the late spring to early summer, depending on its climate. And it will stay in bloom for several weeks with profuse clusters of sweetly fragrant flowers. The five-petal flowers have rounded, notched lobes, and they are overall fairly flat. Proper light conditions and a regular fertilization schedule will encourage the best blooming on creeping phlox year after year. You do not need to deadhead these plants (remove the spent blooms), though in some cases this can extend the blooming period. Don't do any pruning on your phlox until it's done blooming to avoid removing the flower buds. Common Problems Creeping phlox isn't prone to many problems when grown in the conditions it likes. But an improper environment can result in some common issues.
Leaves Turning Yellow Yellowing foliage can be a sign of multiple issues, including diseases. But often it's an environmental issue, especially too little light and overwatering. Watch your phlox throughout the day to make sure it's not being shaded for too long. And make sure it has adequate soil drainage. The plant might need to be moved if it's not in suitable conditions. Poor Blooming Environmental issues also can result in poor blooming on a creeping phlox plant, especially too little light. Also, the soil might be too high in nitrogen, which promotes foliage growth at the expense of flower buds. In addition, if flowering has diminished on a mature plant, that's often a sign it needs to be divided to become rejuvenated and bloom profusely again. FAQ Does creeping phlox like sun or shade? Creeping phlox prefers full sun or partial shade, meaning at least roughly four hours of direct sunlight on most days. Is creeping phlox easy to grow? Creeping phlox is easy to grow and care for, requiring fairly regular watering and minimal feeding and pruning. How fast does creeping phlox grow? Creeping phlox has a moderate growth rate and will spread to form a mat over the ground.
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Miss Chen
06月19日
Miss Chen
干花指的是花卉植物通过物理或化学的方法,让花枝脱水,定型干燥后制作成的观赏性花卉植物。在家中可将花枝缠绕倒挂放置到通风的环境下制作成干花。也可对干花进行修剪后放入阴凉的环境下阴干后,再放入微波炉中,用中火加热20秒制作成干花。
干花的含义 干花是指将花卉植物经过物理或化学的方法,让花枝脱水、脱色、漂白、染色、定型干燥后制作成具有观赏性的植物花卉材料。干花品种较为丰富,可根据人们的需求和喜好进行改变,能让鲜花保持鲜嫩的色泽,还能延长花朵的保鲜时间。 干花的制作方法 在家中可采取倒挂风干的方法将鲜花制作成干花,可在修剪好的花枝末端缠绕一根细绳,然后倒挂放置到通风的环境中,利用自然风晾干花朵中的水分,一般1周左右便可制作完成。注意在风干期间环境不宜过于湿润,否则会使得花朵出现发霉的状况。
鲜花还可用微波炉进行风干,首先需对花枝进行修剪,清理掉残留的叶片以及枝条,然后将玫瑰花放置到阴凉的环境下阴干一周,使花枝中的水分能够减少,之后再将花枝放入微波炉中,用中火烘烤25秒即可。 鲜花也可用干燥剂来变成干花,可将花枝取出,修剪掉枝条上残留的茎刺以及叶片,发现枝干受损后也需一并剪除,再将花朵放入密闭的纸盒中,倒入干燥剂完全掩埋,放置到干燥的环境中,静置20天后,干花便制作完成。
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Miss Chen
06月19日
Miss Chen
杀虫防虫,将树干涂成白色可有效防止土壤中的害虫沿树干损害枝叶;防止冻伤,冬季树干容易被冻伤,涂上白色物质可为树干保暖,且白色为物质吸收热量较少,昼夜温差就会较小;消灭细菌,白色物质中含有的石灰和食盐可有效杀除大部分的细菌;夜间反光,将树干涂白,在夜间灯光反射后较为醒目。
1、杀虫防虫 把树的底部刷成白色,可有效防治虫害,刷在树上的白色物质中大多添加了杀虫的药剂。将其涂在树干上,可有效防止土壤中的害虫沿着树干爬上枝叶,啃食叶片。且家养动物一般不会啃食刷有白色物质的树皮。 2、防止冻伤 冬季树干易被冻伤,从而导致植株死亡。在进入冬季之前,使用毛刷将树干上涂抹白色物质,可有效为树干保暖,使其不会在低温环境中被冻伤甚至死亡。且白色物质会反射阳光吸收的热量较少,夜间不会因为温差较大而被冻伤。
3、消灭细菌 给树干涂白可保护树干不被细菌侵袭,白色物质的成分一般是石灰和食盐。可消灭大部分的细菌,可有效避免土壤中的细菌损害植株的枝干,能起到很好的防护作用,使树干正常生长,免受细菌侵扰。 4、夜间反光 涂白的树通常会种植在道路两旁,白色物质在夜间可产生反光效果,保护过马路的行人和车辆。在灯光反射之后,涂白部分较为醒目,就可以提醒车辆和行人正确的行驶方向,以免走偏撞树。
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Miss Chen
06月18日
Miss Chen
低温冻害,温度过低会使得发财树叶片被冻伤,产生黄叶,入冬后就需及时将其转移到10℃以上的室内养护;强光灼伤,光照过强,会使得叶片被灼伤产生黄叶,夏季需在发财树上方搭建遮阳网弱化光线强度;缺少水分,土壤干燥缺水也会使得发财树黄叶,需往土壤中浇灌大量清水缓解。
1、低温冻害 发财树是一种热带树木,常年生长在高温的环境中,耐寒性较差,若长期生长在5℃以下的环境中,叶片就容易被冻伤,出现发黄的状况,情况严重时,整株都会出现枯萎掉落的状况,因而在入冬室温下降后,需将植株转移到10℃以上的室内养护。 2、强光灼伤 发财树适宜生长在光照充足的环境中生长,但不耐强光暴晒,若长期将植株放置在强光下养护,就会使得叶片被灼伤,出现枯萎发黄的状况,需及时在发财树上方搭建一层遮阳网,弱化光线的强度,或直接将其转移到通风阴凉的环境下养护,给予全天候的散光照射。
3、缺少水分 发财树本身具有较强的耐旱性,但若长期未浇水,根系无法吸收水分,叶片缺水就会出现发黄枯萎的的状况。发现后需及时往花盆中浇灌大量水分,但不宜产生积水,否则也会使得根系出现腐烂发黑的状况。 4、土壤不适 发财树在生长期间对土壤的需求较高,若长期未换土,土壤出现板结不透气的状况,就会严重阻碍根系的呼吸,产生黄叶。若是这种情况所造成的,需尽快换上新的盆土进行栽培。可将腐殖土、园土以及河沙土混合制作成栽培的基质,使土壤呈微酸性。
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Miss Chen
06月18日
Miss Chen
浸泡催芽,将种子放到温水中浸泡,使它充分吸收水分,若表皮较硬可增加浸泡在水中的时间;纸巾催芽,将种子放在加入湿纸巾的容器中,再给种子适当浇水即可;低温催芽,将种子和微湿的细沙混合,装到密封的袋子中,再放到冰箱里,1个月就会发芽;电热毯催芽,将种子用塑料膜包好后放进棉被中。 1、浸泡催芽 可使用浸泡的方法对种子进行催芽,将植物的种子放在温水中进行浸泡,使种子充分吸收水分。若种子表皮较硬,可以适当增加在水中浸泡的时间,再把种子捞出来放在温暖环境中进行催芽,通常2~3天即可发芽。 2、纸巾催芽 提前准备一个容器,将容器的底部中放上几张餐巾纸,再对着纸巾喷水。使纸巾保持微微湿润的状态,再将种子均匀放在纸巾上即可。在给种子催芽时应适当给种子浇水,避免缺乏水分而催芽失败。 3、低温催芽 有些种子需要通过在低温下催芽来结束休眠期。把种子和微湿的细沙进行混合,再把它撞到密封的袋子里面放到冰箱的冷藏层里面,保证温度在5℃左右,1~2月后种子就会发芽,发芽后就可开始播种。 4、电热毯催芽 将电热毯对折成两层,在中间放上一层小棉被。在温度高达28℃时将温度调到恒温中档,再用湿纱布将浸泡过的种子包好,上下包两层后用塑料薄膜包好后将其放进棉被中进行催芽处理即可。 5、层积催芽 层积催芽是指将种子以及沙子混合在一起,放在较大的花盆中,先放入鹅卵石。再在其中铺上厚度为10厘米左右的细沙,将混合好的种子倒入其中。最后在上面覆盖好10厘米厚的土壤就可很好进行催芽。
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Miss Chen
06月17日
Miss Chen
干枝雪柳要喷水,使花枝处于健康的生长状态,以免植株出现生长不良的状况。干枝雪柳一般可采取水培的方法养护,需先从花枝底部45°角斜剪一刀,并摘掉下半部的叶片。水培时,需选择广口瓶作为容器,倒入没过瓶身1/2的水分,将枝条插入,后期需每隔3~4天换一次水。
干枝雪柳要喷水 干枝雪柳要喷水,干枝雪柳在生长期间对水分的需求较小,但为了使花叶处于健康的生长状态,还需经常用喷壶往叶面喷水,使其处于翠绿的生长状态。若长期未喷水,会使得花朵出现干枯掉落的状况,长期下来还会出现枯萎死亡的状况,保鲜时间也会缩短。
干枝雪柳的养护方法 干枝雪柳一般可采取水培的方法养护,水培前需先对花枝进行修剪,需从花枝底部45°角的1位置斜剪一刀,增加枝条的吸水面积。此外,还需摘下下半部分的叶片。发现枝条上出现干枯腐烂的枝叶,也需一并剪除,使雪柳能生长的更为旺盛。 对雪柳进行水培时,需选择稍高的广口瓶作为容器,根据枝条的多少选择合适的容器,倒入未遭受污染的纯水或河水,水位没过瓶身的1/2即可。之后可在处理好的雪柳切口处涂抹生根水,直接插入花瓶中,放置到光线明亮的环境下养护。
后期发现养护雪柳的过程中,发现水质浑浊发黄后,需及时换水,避免水中滋生大量细菌,影响植株的正常生长,一般可每隔3~4天换一次水。换水时,还可往瓶中滴加2~3滴保鲜剂,以延长雪柳花枝的保鲜时间,提高植株整体的观赏性。
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