If you want to raise a plant, you must have a certain understanding of the plant itself. To this end, let’s take a look at the preferences of Diaogan. Diaogan likes cool and ventilated and semi -cool environment, which is more cold -resistant. The lowest temperature that can withstand in winter is above minus ten degrees Celsius. The flowering time is every year and summer.
The soil that cultivates the garlic orchids must be loose, breathable and ventilated, and the ability to keep water must be strong. It is best to be lighter, and the bottom of the flower pot should be drained and breathable. Use peat soil or rotten soil containing a large amount of humus and fiber, and then add a layer of bark or add some perlite to it. Such soil can be used as a potted substrate or as potted soil. It is best to add some thick particles to the soil, so that it can stabilize the plant to prevent it from falling down.
The most critical period of watering the garlic orchid is the early stage of growth. At this time, its root dishes begin to grow, but when the flowering period has arrived, a small amount of watering should be watered. Root growth. If it is watering too much, it may cause its large roots to rot. But when the roots are growing better, you can water a lot. When the leaves start to grow rapidly, it means that its root system has been tied up, and it can be watered a lot. During the autumn, during the day and night changes, the garlic orchid will slowly enter the dormant period. At this time, its growth stops, and the leaves will become yellow. When it is, it is necessary to completely break the water.
Diaogan prefers non -ritual light fertilizer, and the frequency can be slightly higher. The fertilization time can only be in the large water period. At the beginning, fertilizers with high nitrogen -containing components can be used at the beginning. Later, it can be converted into high recipes such as phosphorus and potassium fertilizer.