When breeding purple jasmine flowers, you can mix rotten soil, garden soil, river sand, and vermiculite to prepare soil. It is best to place the plant in an environment with sufficient light when breeding, and to shade properly when the light is strong. Purple jasmine flowers are water-loving plants. When planting, water the plants in time. You should water them thoroughly each time, but it is not appropriate to retain water.
1. Preparation of soil
Ziyu flower, also known as Ziyu Hibiscus, belongs to the deciduous shrub of the Hibiscus family, and is often planted as an ornamental pot. . When breeding purple jasmine flowers, rotten leaf soil, garden soil, river sand, and vermiculite can be mixed to prepare soil.
Ziyu flowers are hi-light plants. It is best to place the plants in a ventilated and well-lit environment during normal cultivation. When the light is strong, it is best to place the plants in a semi-shady and ventilated place indoors. If long-term rainy days are encountered during breeding, you can use light lamps instead of sunlight to irradiate the plants. The effect is similar to light.
3. Timely watering
Ziyu flowers like to grow in a warm and humid environment, and have a high demand for water. When planting, they can water the plants according to the changes in the season. Spring and autumn are the growing season of the plants. At this time, it is best to water the plants once or twice a week; in summer, the light is strong. At this time, it is best to water the plants once every two days.
4. Reasonable fertilization
The demand for fertilizer is high during the growing season. At this time, aquaculture should properly apply nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium fertilizers. It is best to dilute the fertilizer with appropriate water before each fertilization to reduce the fertilizer concentration. In the later planting, thin organic fertilizer can be applied to the plant appropriately in spring and autumn every year, and the amount of each fertilizer should not be too much.