How to breed the peacock grass
Peacock grass is a plant that likes light and needs sufficient sunlight when breeding. Generally, in spring and autumn, you can meet the needs of peacock grass, but you should pay attention to avoid direct sunlight in high temperature summer, and shade it at noon, but do not overcast.
Basically, the peacock grass can grow well between 10 ° C -30 ° C. Several points to pay attention to is that the temperature in winter should be kept above 5 ° C, so that it is not easy to cause freezing damage. Before flowering, the temperature is the most temperature. Keep it between 12 ° C -15 ° C; in daily maintenance, the temperature is best to keep below 20 ° C or 20 ° C.
Water and fertilizer
Water and fertilizer are important for peacock grass. When watering, you need to ensure that the soil is dry before, and then fully water it, but be careful not to overcome it. When fertilizing, fertilization can be applied once every 7 to 10 days, but fertilization is needed in the low temperature season in winter. Generally, some base fertilizers should be applied when planting.
Precautions for breeding of peacock grass
Generally, when the seedlings of the peacock grass grow to 2-13 leaves, the pot is needed. When the pot is put on the pot, you can use a flower pot between 10-15cm. Change the pot.
The common disease of the peacock grass is root rot, which can be used to prevent root prevention. Pests are mainly red spiders.
The reproduction of the peacock grass is generally performed by sowing and cutting. Sowing is performed between November and March. Cuttings can be carried out between June -August.