How to plant clove flowers seeds

Environmental conditions

The lilac flowers are mainly distributed in the subtropical highlands and the warm temperate, temperate hillsides, and cold temperate to the sun. As far as the habits of clove flowers are concerned, their joy is relatively like warm and humid and sunny. In addition, lilac flowers are not very resistant Yin is more cold and drought -resistant. The requirements of lilac seeds have high requirements for temperature and light, not high requirements for soil, and barrenness, but they still like fertile, loose, and well -drained soil. Be careful not to plant lilac seeds in low -lying land to avoid stagnant water.

Method of planting

Sowing reproduction is one of the most important breeding methods of clove flower planting. The seeding season is spring and autumn, and the best sowing in the north is the best, mainly in indoor potted or open field sowing.

For indoor basins, it is carried out in the cold room in the early spring, and seedlings can be released in more than half a month. For the seeding of the open -air, the seeds must be used to hide the seeds at a lower temperature environment, so that the seedlings can be reduced. In addition, it can also be broadcast trenches for large -scale planting, as long as you pay attention to the depth of the ditch and between the strains. Regardless of whether it is indoor basin or open -air sowing, it is necessary to transplant after the small seedlings grow a few leaves, but the number of times of transplanting and dividing the basin is determined according to the specific conditions and the growth of lilac flowers. Generally speaking, the basin is cultivated in one pot, and the open field can be seedlings or transplanted twice.