Liriodendron cultivation is related to air humidity, temperature, light, moisture and fertilizer. During planting and breeding, it is necessary to give sufficient light, moisture and fertilizer to the plants. It is also necessary to pay attention that the air should not be too dry. In the winter, heat preservation and stop fertilization should be done. In summer, shading should be done. The growth temperature should be stable above 18 degrees .
Liriodendron chinensis is wet and suitable for growing in a humid climate. It is necessary to maintain a high moisture content in the air. If the air is drier, the leaves of the plants will gradually dry out and become yellow and lose their luster. Being in a dry environment for a long time will damage the tissue of the leaves, make it unable to absorb water, cause the leaves to wither and wither, and affect the beauty of the plants.
Liriodendron is cold-resistant and heat-resistant. It originally grew in tropical regions and can tolerate high temperatures. It is sufficient to keep the temperature above 18 degrees in spring, summer and autumn. In winter, heat preservation work is needed, and the plants need to be moved to a warm room before winter comes. The temperature is stable at about 14 to 18 degrees, and the plants can be smooth. If it is below 10 degrees, the plant will be frostbite.
Liriodendron lucidum needs to be exposed to sufficient sunlight. Liriodendron is afraid of the cold. In the winter, it is moved indoors and placed in a place with good sunlight. It is appropriately supplemented with light so that it can pass through the winter smoothly. During the high temperature in summer, shading work needs to be carried out. In the early morning, it should be exposed outdoors to light and moved to a cool and ventilated location indoors at noon.
Liriodendron chinensis loves water and fertilizers, and requires a lot of water and fertilizer during its growth. The potting soil should be watered when it is dry, but it should be avoided to avoid rotten parts. In the spring and summer season, the plants need to grow, and can be fertilized once every 15 days to provide sufficient nutrition for the plants. But in winter the plants dormant and need to stop fertilizing, otherwise the roots will be burned.