How to cultivate Buddha

Farming method


The Buddha Lee Lotus is full of sunlight, cool, dry environment, in addition to the summer, other seasons must be fully seen, and if the light is insufficient, it will lead to loose, not compact.


The Buddha is cold and cold, and it is advisable to live in the soil of parents, drainage, and breathable soil. The soil ratio is generally: 2 conventional humorite, 1 coarse sand, vermiculite, and three after mixing.


When watering, master the principle of “no do not pour, cast the water”, to avoid long-term strengthening, but can not over-dry, otherwise the growth of the Buddha is slow, the leaves are dim.


A fertilizer is applied every twenty days, with a composite fertilizer with a rusted thin liquid fertilizer or low nitrogen and highly phosphorus potassium. Fertilizers usually do in the morning or evening, in the evening of fertilization, or early morning, water, and to be poured, with a fertilizer remaining in this dilm soil.



When the summer is high in the summer, the Buddha is placed in the shadowned place to avoid the sun. When the other season is light, the basin of the basin is changed in three and four days, so that the Buddha can be irradiated with sunlight. However, if the Buddha Lee Lotus is in a half-yin environment, the color of the tip is easy to reduce, affecting the viewing.

Pay attention to temperature changes

The suitable temperature of the Buddha Lee Lotus is 20-30 ° C, the wintering temperature is 15 ° C, and it should be noted that the temperature in the surrounding environment of the plants.

Keep soil fertile

It is best to add grass ash, bone powder as a base fertilizer, and keep the soil fertile. Be careful not to splash the fertilizer on the blade when fertilization.

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