1. Appropriate ambient temperature
Chocolate square bricks need to grow in places where the soil is slightly moist, but there is no stagnant water. Its low temperature resistance is very strong, as long as it is higher than minus four degrees Celsius. Once the surrounding environment is lower than this point, it may be frostbite, and then the dry phenomenon will eventually die. Conversely, it will grow slowly at high temperatures. At this time, avoid excessive exposure under the sun. This potted plant is growing from September from September to the following year, so at this stage, the environment of the environment needs to be maintained.
2. How to water the sun
Make control, be dry, and then pour through. Can not keep the surface wet for a long time. It itself prefers the sun. In the non -summer season, it can keep it in the sun and keep it light, so that its leaves can keep the chocolate color. You can’t expose it in summer, pay attention to proper water control. When the soil is about to dry, it will not allow Ye Xin to leave the stagnant water.
How to reproduce
Consider leaf insertion or cut from its side buds for branches. The method of leaf insertion is: take healthy and complete leaves to prevent the wet and prepared soil. Be careful not to bury the wound in the soil and pay attention to ventilation around to avoid direct radiation. For about a week to half a month, the leaves will have roots and buds. If you encounter hydrated leaves, discard it without it, and keep it intact.
The branch insertion is simpler, and the leaf branches are cut directly from top to bottom, and then inserted into the prepared soil. Be careful not to water it. After the new branches are rooted, you can start watering. Be small, do not soak the plant in the water.
Fourth, the illness situation
If there is too much rain, chocolate square bricks may get dark spots. Once this happens, the disease of the sickness must be removed to avoid infection. Then you can use the bacterial spirit to mix water, and use a cotton swab to dip it on the infected leaves.