The succulent plants are very young at the seedling stage. Most succulents are formed by the development of leaves, but some are formed by the development of rhizomes. There are only 2 to 4 leaves on the succulents in the early stage of growth. After that, the leaves of the succulent plant will slowly grow, and its stem will grow out. After careful maintenance, the succulent plant will grow into branches.
Succulents usually refer to succulent and succulent plants that have thick roots, stems, and leaves. Some people will ask what kind of diary to observe the growth process of succulents. The succulent plant seedlings are very young. Succulents are usually developed from leaves, and some succulents are developed from rhizomes.
Most of the succulent plants have millet-shaped leaves in the early stages of growth. At this time, the plants usually have only 2 to 4 leaves. In the later cultivation, the leaves of the succulent plants will gradually grow and the plants will grow stems. This stage belongs to the growing season of succulents. At this time, proper fertilization of plants during breeding also requires proper watering.
Succulent plants do not have high demand for fertilizers, and they can be applied with nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium or organic fertilizers. It is best to dilute the fertilizer with an appropriate amount of water for each fertilization, which can effectively reduce the fertilizer concentration. Most succulents grow in the desert, and their demand for water is not high, so it is enough to moisten the soil when watering.
After careful maintenance, the succulents will grow branches. At this time, the plants should be properly trimmed. When trimming, the long and diseased branches and leaves on the plants are cut off. After each trimming, you can appropriately apply a lotion to the plant wound to disinfect it. This will promote the healing of the plant wound.