Method of breeding of bird’s nest fern
Planting Bird’s Nest Fern
The nest fern that grows for two to three years, the plant type is opened, the roots can already be squeezed with the basin, removed from the pot, remove the spore leaves and some residual roots of some withered spores, and then remove the plants and re -plant the pot. Potted soil is best to use rotten soil or peat soil. When changing pots in spring, it is best to add moss and rotten soil to the pot, and add some gravel.
Light and temperature
In the summer, it should be properly shaped to avoid direct sunlight. It should be placed in a bright place in the room, and it should not be placed in the dark for a long time. The suitable temperature of the bird’s nest fern is 22 ~ 27 ° C. When the temperature in winter is low, it must be moved to the greenhouse. The temperature is kept above 16 ° C, and the minimum temperature cannot be lower than 5 ° C.
Watering and fertilization
In summer, high temperature and humidity, new leaves grow high, and have higher requirements for moisture. Watering should be watered and spraying the leaf surface fully, which is conducive to spore spore germination.
Precautions for breeding bird’s nest fern
First, the potted soil uses peat or rotten soil to keep the temperature at 22 ~ 27 ° C.
Second, the temperature in summer is high. The growth of the new leaves of the bird’s nest fern needs to spray more water, maintaining the proper air humidity, and promoting the sponil germination.
Third, keep proper sunlight to avoid direct sunlight.
Fourth, when the temperature is low in winter, keep the pot soil moist.
The above is the introduction of the breeding method and precautions of the bird’s nest fern.