Ginkgo leaves will grow new leaves in spring. Its leaves are light green when they first grow. In summer, ginkgo leaves will turn dark green. In autumn, ginkgo leaves will turn light yellow. In late autumn, ginkgo leaves will turn golden yellow. Ginkgo biloba leaves have a higher demand for fertilizer in spring and autumn. At this time, planting requires proper application of nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, or organic fertilizer to the plant.
Many people don't know how the change of Ginkgo biloba leaves. Ginkgo biloba leaves will grow new leaves in spring. Its leaves are light green when they first grow, and will turn dark green in summer. In autumn, the temperature will gradually decrease, and the leaves of ginkgo biloba will turn light yellow, and in late autumn, the leaves will gradually turn golden yellow.
Ginkgo biloba leaves will wither and fall in winter. Ginkgo biloba leaves have a high demand for fertilizer in spring and autumn. It is best to fertilize the plants once every half a month during the two seasons. Nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, or organic fertilizers can usually be applied to ginkgo leaves, and the fertilizer can be diluted with an appropriate amount of water before each fertilization, which is more conducive to plant absorption.
When planting ginkgo biloba leaves in spring and autumn, the branches should be trimmed appropriately. When trimming, the long and thin branches on the plant are cut off. After each trimming, the plants cannot be watered immediately. If the soil is too dry, you can water the soil properly. Wet the soil when watering, and try not to retain water.
The temperature in autumn is relatively low. At this time, it is necessary to reduce the number of waterings when planting ginkgo biloba. At this time, it is best to fertilize the plant before winter. At this time, fertilization is to make the plant survive the winter. In winter, the temperature is relatively low. At this time, planting measures should be taken to prevent colds and keep warm to prevent the plants from being frostbite.