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How to raise Begonia flower summary of cultivation methods and skills of Begonia flower

How to raise Begonia flower summary of cultivation methods and skills of Begonia flower we are all familiar with Begonia flowers. For friends who raise flowers, many friends want to raise a few pots at home, so how to raise Begonia flowers? Let's have a look.

1. Soil

The growth of Begonia flowers requires relatively loose and alkaline soil. You can use the soil at the bottom of flower beds or tree roots plus river sand. The depth of potted Begonia should not be too deep, which is conducive to better extension of root system. It can be determined according to the size of the plant. Generally, it is 12 cm away from the basin.

2. Watering

Although Begonia is cold resistant, it doesn't mean it doesn't need water. Water in the morning and evening in summer and around noon in winter. Do not water too much. Do not accumulate water in the soil. Otherwise, excessive moisture will lead to rotten roots and yellow leaves.

3. Sunshine

Begonia likes a warm and humid environment and is afraid of direct strong light. It likes a semi cloudy environment. It is suitable to scatter light in the season with high temperature. In winter, it is required to have sufficient light. The flowering of Begonia bulbous will be inhibited under the condition of short sunshine, and can promote the flowering under the condition of long sunshine.

4. Fertilization

In the growing season, apply thin liquid fertilizer and quick acting phosphorus and potassium fertilizer every 10 days or so. In summer and winter when the growth is slow, apply less or stop fertilization to avoid rot due to tender stems and leaves and weakening heat and cold resistance.

5. Pruning

After falling leaves and before spring buds, Begonia flowers need to be pruned once to cut off dead branches, weak branches and branches with diseases and pests, so as to keep them ventilated and transparent; Of course, in order to ensure its vigorous flowering, it is necessary to cut the long branches short so that other axillary buds can obtain more nutrition to reduce nutrient consumption. During the growth period, it is necessary to pick the heart in time to keep its nutrition not scattered.