What are the requirements for the growth environment of gypsophila?
In fact, gypsophila is a relatively easy plant to feed, so even a novice does not have to be afraid of raising it. Gypsophila is very easy to raise, pay attention to the requirements of a good growth environment.
There are gypsophila to choose from in spring and autumn, and the survival rate is the highest in these two seasons. Spring sowing can be in February-May, autumn can be sowed in August-October, easier to sprout and grow. Gypsophila prefers a cold climate, so these two periods can meet the growth habits of the gypsophila, and it is difficult for the gypsophila to germinate and grow under the conditions of low temperature and high temperature.
Microalkaline soil can be used for planting Gypsophila paniculata, which is prepared by mixing garden soil and sandy soil to make the soil loose and air permeable. Before putting the soil into the flowerpot, it needs to be disinfected, that is, the soil is dried, and then crushed stones are added to the flowerpot, and then the soil is leveled to improve the drainage capacity of the soil.
Gypsophila does not have high requirements for light, and generally only needs to be placed on a sunny balcony to receive astigmatism. Usually more than 3 hours of sunlight can satisfy the growth of gypsophila. When the summer is high temperature, pay attention to prevent the gypsophila from being sunburned by the hot sun, which can easily sunburn the leaves.
Keeping the ambient temperature at 25-30 degrees Celsius can breed gypsophila, and keeping the night temperature at 10-15 degrees Celsius can meet the growth of gypsophila. It can be placed in a cool and ventilated place in summer. If the temperature is too high, the gypsophila will enter the dormant period.
Gypsophila likes a humid environment, so keep the soil moist when breeding, but do not accumulate water. It can be watered 2-3 times a week, following the principle of multiple watering. And after watering in summer, you can spray water around the plants to maintain humidity. The potting soil can be thoroughly irrigated before entering the house, and the watering interval can be extended afterwards. You only need to keep the soil dry.
Gypsophila paniculata can be fertilized in one month, mainly based on phosphorus and potassium compound fertilizer. It is best not to apply nitrogen fertilizer, which will affect the quality of flowers. No fertilizer is required in summer and winter.