The cultivation of Saxifraga needs to be fertilized with fertile slightly acidic soil. During its growth period, it should be given appropriate amount of fertilizer, water and light, so that the plant can grow healthy. Tiger ear orchids are afraid of high temperature, low temperature and flooding. During the cultivation process, it is necessary to increase the amount of watering in the summer and do a good job in shading. In winter, reduce the amount of watering and move it to a mild indoor place.
Saxifraga is rich in soil and suitable for growing in slightly acidic soils that are relatively loose and drainable. Barren soil is not conducive to the development of plant roots and will affect plant growth. Saxifraga is fertile, and during its growth period, it needs sufficient nutrients for its growth. Generally, fertilization is required once every 30 days. Fertilization is beneficial to the healthy growth of leaves.
Tiger ear orchids like a cool, humid and relatively mild climate. The temperature during the day is about 20 degrees, and the temperature at night is stable at about 11 degrees. It is suitable for plant growth. Tiger ear orchids are afraid of high temperature and poor cold resistance. Shading work should be done during the high temperature period in summer, and the plants should be moved to warm indoor cultivation during the low temperature period in winter to ensure the indoor temperature is stable above 6 degrees.
Saxifraga is a shade-tolerant plant that prefers a half-yin and a half-warm environment and requires a moderate amount of light. During its growth, it should be placed in a milder place and properly exposed to light. Tiger ear orchid is afraid of high temperature and hot sun. It needs to be placed in a cool and ventilated window sill indoors in summer to avoid exposure to light at noon. In cold winter, you may need to increase the light. Too little light will affect the quality of flowers and leaves.
Tiger ear orchids are drought tolerant and afraid of flooding, and need a moderate amount of watering. Tiger's orchids like moist environment, it is necessary to keep the pot soil moist. The pot soil is suitable for watering after it is dry. In heavy rain, the plants should be moved to a dry place. Tiger ear orchids are afraid of flooding. The rain will rot the roots. The climate is dry in summer and autumn, and it is necessary to increase the amount of watering. In winter, dormant plants need to reduce the number of watering.