Clivia requires soil changing every once in a while. Generally, it needs to be changed soil twice a year. In the autumn, it should change soil in September to October. In spring, it should also change soil in April to May. Select loose, highly permeable soil, and keep it in the shade for one week after changing the soil, and then water and fertilize Clivia.
Changing the soil in the spring and autumn seasons of Clivia is beneficial to the growth of Clivia. However, many people do not know that Clivia is best for changing the soil in autumn. It is best to choose Clivia in September to October when changing the soil in autumn. Adapt to new soil.
In addition to changing soil in the fall from September to October, it is also necessary to change soil in the spring from April to May to prevent excessive summer temperatures and excessively dry weather, which can cause soil compaction and affect the normal growth of Clivia. The growth may cause the whole plant to wither and die.
Soil replacement method: Every time you change the soil for Clivia, you need to choose loose soil, strong air permeability, high fertility, and rich humus soil. We can plant it in rotten leaf soil and add some garden soil, Sawdust is mixed as a matrix for soil replacement at a ratio of 5: 3: 2.
First remove the clivia from the pot soil and remove the old soil on the root surface, then replant it in a larger container, fill it with the prepared soil, and then keep it in the shade for a week and give it Clivia is watered and fertilized.