How to breeding the South American narcissus
South American narcissus is a neutral flower. In order to grow well, it is best to be greater than 50%. However, South American narcissus is not very sensitive to the length of the sun. Spring and autumn are placed in places with good semi -light ventilation conditions. In summer, we must strengthen shading work, avoid exposure, and place potted plants in indoor ventilation. Putting the indoor light in winter, so that it can fully accept the sunlight, which can promote its growth.
Soil and potting work
The soil should choose a sandy soil rich in humus. Generally, basal fertilizers are added in early spring, and basal fertilizers are applied to supplement nutrition.
Water and fertilizer
Plants who have just split the ball are watered less, and the normal watering is gradually returned after the leaves are germinated. South American narcissus will bloom in the three seasons of winter and spring. Note that every time it blooms, it will enter a short -term dormant state, and it should be maintained in a moderate drying at this time. At other times, keep the pot soil moist, and apply liquid fertilizer about once every 10 days.
South American narcissus fat also does not choose fertilizer. In order to develop the root system, it can apply liquid fertilizer once every week in the growth period.
Under high temperature drying conditions, aphids are harmful, and it is also easy to infect virus diseases. Usually, we must strengthen prevention and treatment.
The breeding method of South American narcissus
Generally, the ball score and sowing method is generally adopted for reproduction. After 2-3 years of the South American diversion plant, the flower buds began to differentiate the buds above the ground. Become a complete young plant.
The breeding of the ball is performed in the spring. It can be combined with the replacement of the basin to peel off the ball around the mother’s ball and put it on the basin separately.