When breeding Japanese tiger saxifrage, humus soil, river sand, coal ash, and vermiculite can be mixed to prepare soil. It is best to control the temperature during the breeding process to 15-25 degrees, and it is best to control the temperature to about 10 degrees in winter. The Japanese Hibiscus edulis is afraid of strong light. When planting, it is necessary to allow the plant to receive sufficient light and to do a good job in shading.
1. Preparation of soil
Japanese tiger saxifrage grows on sandy soils with good drainage and rich in organic matter. Humus, river sand, coal ash, and vermiculite can be mixed to prepare soil when breeding. The cultivation method of Japanese tiger saxifrage is very simple. Japanese tiger saxifrage grows very fast, and the potting soil should be changed every two years according to the size of the plant.
Japanese tiger saxifrage likes to grow in a warm environment and is slightly cold-resistant. It is best to control the temperature at 15-25 degrees during breeding, and it is best to control the temperature at about 10 degrees during winter breeding. Although the Japanese saxifrage is more cold-tolerant, it is necessary to take measures to protect against cold and keep warm during winter farming to prevent frostbite.
Japanese tiger saxifraga is light but not tolerant to strong light. If the light received by the plant during cultivation is too strong, the leaves will wither and the leaves will dim if the light received by the plant is insufficient. When planting Japanese Jixiotusa, the plant can be placed in a semi-shade and ventilated environment. It is best to place the plant in a cool place in summer.
4. Reasonable watering
Japanese tiger saxifrage needs a lot of water during the growing season. At this time, the plants should be watered in time, but the amount of watering should not be too much to prevent the accumulation of water in the soil and affect the normal growth of the plants. Generally, the plants can be watered according to the principle of no watering or watering, so that it is not appropriate to retain water.