To maintain hyacinths in autumn, it is necessary to provide them with scattered light for about 1-2 hours, and to choose equal amounts of mixed garden soil, rotten leaf soil and sandy soil, and to apply a thin phosphate fertilizer once every 2 to 3 weeks to supplement the nutrients for hyacinths. Stop fertilizing in time when flowering, and water it properly. It can be watered once every 2 to 4 days to keep the soil moist, so that hyacinth can grow better.
Although hyacinth is not a happy light plant, it should also be provided with scattered light for about 1 to 2 hours during autumn conservation so that it can receive sufficient light to better flower. When receiving light, pay attention to changing flower pots constantly to avoid one side growing too vigorously.
In how to raise hyacinth in autumn, we should also pay attention to providing it with relatively loose and fertile drainage soil with good air permeability. You can choose to prepare garden soil, rotten soil and coarse sand according to the ratio of 1: 1. Add a bit of bone meal to the soil to make it more fertile.
Hyacinth grows vigorously in autumn. To supplement nutrients in time, generally it needs to apply phosphate fertilizer once every 2 to 3 weeks to promote hyacinth to grow and bloom better. However, after hyacinth blooms, it should be stopped in time to avoid fertilizer Excess affects hyacinth growth.
Hyacinth likes a moist growing environment. In the autumn, hyacinth should also be watered to maintain a certain degree of moisture. Generally, watering can be done once every 2 to 4 days, but it should be avoided that the water in the pot is too wet to prevent the hyacinth from growing too badly.