What soil to choose a Clivia

Cross -leaf earth breeding Clivia

Rotten leaf soil is a kind of demand when breeding plants. It is rich in humus, so nutrients are relatively sufficient.

Generally, it is more suitable for the growth of gentle leaves, but this is still difficult to find. You can make rotten soil yourself, and the effect is also possible. In the autumn, the leaves can be collected and buried in the soil. Generally, it can be rotten in about 2 years. You can use it after rotting. Pay attention to sieve in advance.

Pine needle soil breeding Clivia

Pine needle soil is a relatively common type of soil, because it itself is specific to loose and breathable, so it is more suitable for the growth of seedlings. If it is a penetrated Clivia plant, it needs to be mixed with other soil when using pine needles.

Peat soil breeding Clivia

Pattoo soil is a relatively common soil breeding, which is rich in organic matter and minerals.

When using peat soil to cultivate Clivia, it can be mixed with river sand, centered, etc.

Ceramous Cunning Clivia

In fact, the use of cumberscal breeding Clivia is mainly used as a mixture when making soil. It is relatively strong and has a strong water retention and breathability.

Hezha breeding Clivia

When the river sand is also configured to the Clivia, a common mixture can loosen the soil and conducive to the penetration of water. However, when Clivia uses river sand, it is best to disinfect it first.

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