When breeding saxifraga, rotten soil, garden soil, and perlite are mixed to prepare the soil. During the breeding process, the plant can be exposed to astigmatism. Shading should be done when the light is strong. Saxifraga has a high demand for water. When planting, water the plants in time. Wet the soil with each watering, and try not to leave water.
1. Preparation of soil
Many people don't know how saxifrage is cultivated. The first step in raising saxifraga is to prepare the soil. Saxifraga likes to grow in loose, fertile, breathable, organic soil. When saxifrage is cultivated, rotten leaf soil, garden soil, and perlite can be mixed to prepare soil, and a suitable fertilizer can be sprinkled after the preparation.
Saxifraga has a low demand for light and prefers to grow in astigmatism. The light in spring and autumn is not strong. At this time, it is best to place the plants in a semi-shade and airy environment. Summer light is strong. At this time, it is best to place the plant in a cool and ventilated environment. You can properly allow the plant to receive light every morning and evening.
3. Timely watering
Saxifraga likes to grow in a humid environment and requires a high amount of water. When planting, water the plants in time. The water evaporation rate is very fast in summer. At this time, it is best to water the plants once a day. The water evaporation rate is slow in winter. At this time, the cultivation does not need to water the plants too much, and the soil can be kept moist.
4. Proper fertilization
Saxifraga has a low demand for fertilizers, and it is only necessary to properly fertilize the plants during the growing season, and usually rotten fertilizers and special compound fertilizers can be applied to the plants. It is best to dilute the fertilizer with water before fertilizing the plants each time to reduce the fertilizer concentration. This will also allow the plants to better absorb the fertilizer and prevent fertilizer damage.