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Miss Chen
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双喜藤不耐寒,冬季养殖时最好将植株放置在室内温暖处,条件允许的情况下,最好将室内温度控制在10度以上。冬季最好每十天给植株浇一次水,每次浇水时尽量不要留积水,浇水过程中尽量不要将水弄到叶片上,以防叶片腐烂。
双喜藤过冬方法 双喜藤又被称为红蝉花、飘香藤,为观赏性植物,常被作为家庭盆栽种植,那种植时双喜藤冬天怎么过冬呢。双喜藤原产于美洲热带,喜欢在温暖、潮湿的环境中生长,不耐寒,冬季养殖时最好将植株放置在室内温暖处。 条件允许的情况下,冬季最好将室内温度控制在10度以上,若不能控制温度,可以在花盆外面围一条小毯子有保暖的作用。双喜藤是喜光的植物,对光照的需求量较高,冬季光照好的时候,可以将植株放置在室外养殖一段时间。
双喜藤对水分的需求量较高,冬季养殖时最好每十天给植株浇一次水,每次浇水时尽量不要留积水,以防土壤中有积水导致植株根部腐烂。浇水过程中最好不要将水珠弄到叶片上,以防叶子上有积水,在低温中被冻伤。 双喜藤生长速度较快,冬季可以在入冬前给植株修剪一次枝条,这次修剪主要是将植株上徒长和有病害的枝条剪掉。每次修剪完成后可以适当的往伤口处涂抹高锰酸钾溶液消毒,这样可以防止伤口处感染细菌,有利于植株生长。
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Miss Chen
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Miss Chen
要想让花卉的叶子变绿,可以给植株浇发酵过的淘米水,发酵淘米水时需要将淘米水放在密封的玻璃容器中,发酵时可以在玻璃瓶中加点酸奶,这样可以加快发酵的速度。除了可以给花卉浇淘米水外,还能给花卉浇发酵过的黄豆水。
拿淘米水浇花叶子比较绿 很多人不知道拿什么浇花叶子比较绿,其实要想让叶子绿,可以用淘米水浇花,淘米水中含有大量是养分,用它浇花还能使植株生长得更好。但淘米水浇水时需要先发酵淘米水,发酵时需要将淘米水放在密封的玻璃容器中。 淘米水在发酵过程中会散发出一股很难闻的酸味,如果实在无法忍受这种味道,可以在容器中放一些桔子皮,桔子皮味道很清香,能减少味道的散发。发酵时可以往玻璃容器中加一些酸奶,这样可以加快淘米水发酵的速度。
通常温度合适时,淘米水8~10天就能发酵完成,发酵过的淘米水呈酸性,因此只能用它浇喜欢酸性的花卉,浇的时候需要兑适量的水稀释一下。虽然给花卉浇淘米水能使叶子变绿,但养殖时不能只给花卉浇淘米水。 通常每周给花卉浇一次淘米水即可,浇的次数不能过于频繁,以防土壤无法吸收导致根部腐烂。除了浇淘米水能让花卉叶子变绿外,还可以给花卉浇稀释后啤酒、发酵过的黄豆水等,但不管是浇什么,浇的量都不宜过多。
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Miss Chen
01月25日
Miss Chen
On a hot summer day, there are few things as refreshing and rewarding as a cool sweet slice of melon fresh from the garden. While some people might instantly think of the large, juicy watermelon, the cantaloupe melon variety has grown in popularity thanks to its versatility and numerous health benefits. This melon comes from the plant Cucumis melo var. reticulatus—a fruiting vine. The cantaloupe is easily recognized by the beige, netted pattern that forms over the green rind, and the orange flesh is deliciously sweet. These heat-loving plants are sometimes grown in the south from the early spring or even in the fall. In slightly milder northern climes, they can be grown as an annual summer fruit. You can expect to have a harvest within three months of planting.
How to Grow and Care for a Swiss Cheese Plant Botanical Name Cucumis. melo var. reticulatus Common Name Cantaloupe, rockmelon, muskmelon Plant Type Fruiting vine Mature Size Vine grows up to 18 in. tall and spreads up to 6 ft. The fruit usually weighs around 4 lbs. Sun Exposure Full sun Soil Type Loamy, sandy, well draining Soil pH Slightly acidic, neutral (6.0 to 6.5) Bloom Time Differs Flower Color Yellow Hardiness Zones 5-11 (USDA) Native Area South Asia, Africa How to Plant Cantaloupe A good method for growing any melon, pumpkin, or squash is to plant them in a row of mounds. This will ensure adequate drainage, as cantaloupes need a lot of water but do not like to sit in soggy soil. Light Cucumis melo needs full sun. If an area without at least eight hours of sun a day is not available, cantaloupe may not be the best plant to grow. Soil Cantaloupe plants should have rich, loamy, well-draining soil that is neutral to slightly acidic. Testing the soil prior to planting is highly recommended to ensure a good quality harvest. Too much nitrogen can give off an abundance of foliage and not enough fruit. Soil lacking in magnesium can result in fruit that is lacking in flavor. Test the soil again if the weather is especially wet. Too much rain during fruiting periods can also lend itself to bland fruit. Water Ensuring your cantaloupe plant gets the right amount of water at the right time is going to be one of the most important things for ensuring a juicy healthy crop. While the plants are growing, blooming, and setting fruit, they need two gallons of water per week. Watering in the morning is preferred to allow leaves to dry off in the afternoon to prevent the development of fungus or mildew. As the fruit grows, taper the watering. Hot, dry conditions in the final stages of maturation produce the sweetest melons. Temperature and Humidity Temperatures consistently ranging from 70 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit during the growing season will produce the best harvest. The plant isn't frost-tolerant, plus temperatures exceeding 90 degrees Fahrenheit can cause flower drop and a poor fruit harvest. Cantaloupes prefer higher humidity in their initial growth phase before lowering slightly to around 60 to 70 percent during the flowering and fruit development stages. Fertilizer Feeding is not recommended until a soil test is performed. Excessive nitrogen can result in the spread of leafy vines rather than good fruit production. Adding composted manure when planting and then a balanced organic fertilizer (like a fish emulsion) every few weeks is common practice. Cantaloupe vs. Muskmelon The melon people in North America know as the cantaloupe is also often referred to as the muskmelon. More accurately, however, the term muskmelon refers to any Cucumis melo species. There are two Cucumis melo muskmelon varieties referred to as cantaloupes. The North American variety (Cucumismelo var. reticulatus) and the European variety (C. melo var. cantalupensis). The net-like pattern on the rind distinguishes the North American cantaloupe, and it has a subtler flavor than the European type. Plus, the European cantaloupe is rarely produced or sold in this hemisphere. Harvesting Cantaloupe Melons You can expect a harvest from your cantaloupe plant around 35 to 40 days after flowering depending on weather conditions. Watch for signs the fruit is ready to be harvested, and do not wait for it to fall off the vine. The skin turns greenish beige, the netting becomes rough and dry, and the tendrils near the fruit turn brown and dry. Gently twist the fruit from the stem. If it doesn't come off easily, let it ripen a bit more.
Cantaloupes typically grow to be 3 to 4 pounds when ripe, but some cultivars have been known to reach up to 20 pounds! Pruning Melon flowers require pollination to set fruit. Cucumis melo is a monoecious plant, so it produces male and female flowers separately on the same plant. The vine will begin producing male blooms several weeks before the females appear. The males will not prod When fruit production does start, it might sound counterproductive but cut off new blossoms on the end of the vine. This will decrease the yield but increase the size and taste of the fruit already on the vine. If your plants are not fruiting, you can always hand-pollinate. Remove a male flower from the vine. Take off the petals revealing the stamen. Insert the stamen into a female flower and softly shake the stamen on the stigma, coating it with pollen. Propagating Cantaloupe Cantaloupe can be grown from seed or starters. If living in a colder area, starters are recommended. Starting with established plants will lengthen the growing season and give them a head start. Of course, starting the seed indoors is also an option. This should be done four to six weeks before the first frost to allow enough time for germination and emergence. Seedlings should not be transplanted until all frost dangers are gone, and the ground temperature is above 65 degrees Fahrenheit. For the lucky people in areas with longer growing seasons and warmer climates, seeds can be directly sown when the frost conditions and temperatures listed above are met. Plant the seeds and starters an inch deep and 18 to 24 inches apart. Depending on the amount of space, a trellis system may be needed to help the vine climb. Once the seeds or starters are planted, mulching is recommended to help keep the soil moist and to combat weeds.
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Miss Chen
01月25日
Miss Chen
种植堇兰,要保证温度在20度~25度之间,气候环境比较湿润。选择有营养成分、透气性强、排水性强的疏松土壤,保证堇兰有充足的光照水分和肥料,施肥避免触碰到茎叶部位。在夏季高温和冬季低温的情况下,应将堇兰移到室内护养。
堇兰的养殖方法 种植堇兰,要保证温度在20度~25度之间,这样的温度适合堇兰的生长。堇兰怕低温,在寒冷冬季应放到温室种养。若放在室外,堇兰容易受寒被冻伤,叶片会出现斑点。堇兰喜欢比较湿润的气候,也能够适应干燥的气候环境。 堇兰需要光照,堇兰在充足的光照条件下,能够更好的进行光合作用,能够保证叶片翠绿,有利于植株茁壮成长。阳光条件还能使堇兰更快速的生长,尽早开花。夏季气温多在30度以上,堇兰需要在室内生长,否则高温会使堇兰的叶片会变秧,渐渐失去水分,变黄干死。
种植堇兰,适合选含有营养成分的肥土,选择透气性、排水性较好的疏松土壤,土壤越好,越适合根部生长,能保证根部为植株提供充足的养分。堇兰还需要适度浇水,一般2天浇1次水。堇兰在缺水情况下状态比较秧,叶片低垂,一定要及时浇水。 适当施肥有利于堇兰吸取营养更好的生长,堇兰在生长期间需要施肥,每周适量施1次肥,注意施肥时不要浇到叶片,否则会烧坏叶片。堇兰在后期生长,可能会受到病虫侵害,要及时做好防治措施,备好杀虫剂和地低浓度的农药。
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Miss Chen
01月25日
Miss Chen
花枯萎了可能是光照过强、环境不适导致的,发现花卉枯萎后,最好将植株移植到室内阴凉、通风的环境中养殖。这时养殖还要停止浇水施肥,如果这时继续浇水施肥可能会导致花卉死亡,后期等植株恢复正常后才能继续浇水施肥。
花枯萎的解决方法 1、减少光照 近几年人们常在家养殖花卉,那样找死花枯萎了怎么办呢,花枯萎了通常是光照过强导致的,这时需要将植株移植到室内阴凉通风处养殖。后期养殖花卉时要根据花卉的习性确定光照的时间,光照强烈时还是要做好遮阴工作。 2、控制温度 花枯萎后很脆弱,这时养殖最好将温度控制在植株合适的范围中,不能使室内温度过高,也不能使室内温度过低,以防植株出现不适的现象。花枯萎后最好将枯萎的地方剪掉,之后需要适当的往伤口处涂抹多菌灵溶液。
3、停止水肥 花朵枯萎后要停止浇水和施肥,若这时继续浇水施肥可能会导致植株死亡,如果养殖花卉的土壤过于干燥,可以适当的往土壤中浇水,浇水时将土壤打湿即可,尽量不要留积水。后期等植株恢复正常后,就可以正常浇水施肥了。 4、改善环境 花朵枯萎跟环境也有很大的关系,但发现花朵枯萎后,最好将植株移植到室内阴凉、通风性好的地方养护,若这时温度过高,可以适当的往植株周围喷水。花卉通常都喜欢在通风的环境中生长,后期养殖时要确保空气流通性好。
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Miss Chen
01月24日
Miss Chen
艾灸灰属于碱性肥料,平时只能给喜欢碱性土壤的花卉施艾灸灰,养喜欢酸性土壤的花卉时可以将艾灸灰作为基肥使用。艾灸灰中含有大量的,每次给花卉施肥的量不宜过多,以防肥料浓度过高,烧坏植株根部,每次施肥前可以用水稀释肥料。
艾灸灰可以做花肥 有的人在养花时会给花卉施艾灸灰,那艾灸灰做花肥怎么用呢,艾灸灰和草木灰成分相似,其中含有丰富的钾元素和钙元素,很适合做花肥。但艾灸灰属于易溶于水的碱性肥料,平时只能给喜欢碱性土壤的花卉施艾灸灰。 养花时不能给喜欢酸性土壤的花卉施艾灸肥,但可以将艾灸肥作为基肥给喜欢酸性土壤的花卉使用。养花时可以在喜欢碱性土壤的花卉生长期时施艾灸肥,这时花卉对肥料的需求量较高,通常每周给植株施一次即可。
每次给花卉施艾灸灰的量不宜过多,以防发生肥害,实在是掌握不好施肥量的,可以在每次施肥前用适量的水稀释肥料,这样可以有效的降低肥料浓度。艾灸灰中含有大量的养花,平时不仅可以用来养花,还能用来养树。 花卉感染病害时还可以将艾灸会稀释水喷洒叶片治疗病害,但这种方法只适用于一小部分病害,通常情况下感染病害时还是需要喷专用的药剂。养花时只能适当的给花卉施艾灸灰,不能将艾灸灰作为主要肥料使用。
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Miss Chen
01月24日
Miss Chen
花上长的白色腻虫可能是蚜虫,如果花上白色腻虫数量不多,用湿毛巾擦拭叶片即可;如果花上白色腻虫数量很多,可以往植株上喷洒氧化乐果乳剂和马拉硫磺乳剂。腻虫多潜伏在残花和枯叶上,因此养殖花卉时要及时将植株上的残花和枯叶剪掉。
花上长白色腻虫的解决方法 很多人不知道花上白色腻虫怎么办,花上长的白色腻虫可能是蚜虫,这种虫子繁殖力很强,以吸食花卉的汁液为生,通常会在高温期爆发。如果花上长的白色腻虫数量不大,可以用湿毛巾擦拭叶片,将叶子上的腻虫抹掉即可。 如果花上长的白色腻虫数量很多,可以在抓一些瓢虫放在花上,瓢虫是腻虫的天敌会将它吃掉。治疗花上的腻虫也可以往植株上喷洒氧化乐果乳剂和马拉硫磺乳剂,喷药前最好先水稀释药剂,以防药剂浓度过高,烧坏根部。
觉得给植株喷化学药剂不好的,可以在家自制药剂,自制药剂时可以将洗衣粉、尿素、水按1:4:400的比例稀释水,这样制成的药剂具有杀菌消毒的效果。自制药剂时也可以将烟丝和水按1:15的比例稀释水喷洒植株。 腻虫多潜伏在残花和枯叶上,在花上发现腻虫时要及时将植株上的残花和枯叶剪掉,修剪之后可以适当的往伤口处涂抹药水消毒。之后养殖时要经常擦拭植株叶片,还要确保环境通风好,平时最好将植株放置在光照充足的地方。
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Miss Chen
01月23日
Miss Chen
Growing cannas in your garden is an easy way to create instant tropical flair. Cannas are tropical and subtropical flowering plants with large, banana-like leaves. Cannas' popularity and active hybridizing have resulted in a dazzling array of cannas to choose from, many with large, showy flowers and variegated leaves that look like stained glass when the sun shines through them. Striking flowers notwithstanding, cannas are often grown for their foliage alone. The large, paddle-like leaves come in a range of greens and blue-greens and can have variegation and stripes. Somewhat tubular and lily-like, Canna flowers come in shades and combinations of yellow, orange, red, and pink and are borne on tall stalks poking out of the foliage. Rhizomes planted in spring after the last frost will take a few weeks to sprout but will then grow at a rapid pace and may even flower in the first year. Because most Cannas sold today are the result of many crosses, Cannas are rarely classified and are simply considered hybrids.
Botanical Name Canna × generalis Common Name Canna lily Plant Type Annual flower (in most zones) Mature Size 18 inches to 10 feet tall and 1.5 to 6 feet wide Sun Exposure Full sun Soil Type Rich, moist Soil pH 6.0 to 6.5 Bloom Time Summer Flower Color Yellow, orange, red, pink Hardiness Zones 8 to 11 Native Area Tropics How to Grow Canna Plants In planting zones 8 and up, cannas will repeat-bloom throughout summer, and throughout the year in zones 9 and above. For everyone else, there are three options: You can let them die off each fall and start with fresh rhizomes in the spring; you can pot the plants and bring them indoors to live as houseplants; or you can dig up and store the rhizomes for the winter (and replant them in spring). Canna leaves are covered with a waxy substance that repels water and protects against fungus. They may be bothered by rust or bacterial blight especially in poorly drained soils. Pest problems can include leaf rollers and caterpillars while slugs and snails may munch on the leaves. Light Cannas do best in full sun. This means they may need more water in really hot climates, but they need heat to spur their growth. In the hottest area, some afternoon shade helps flowers last longer. Soil Plant cannas in rich, moist soil, ideally with a slightly acid to neutral soil pH. Water Cannas need consistent water and evenly moist soil. Water often, especially in extreme heat. Insufficient water will cause the leaves to tear or crack. Temperature and Humidity Blooming depends on the climate and weather. In areas with cool springs, the plants may be slow to get started. Potting them up indoors, before your last frost date, and moving them out while they are already growing, will help them bloom earlier. As tropical plants, cannas prefer humid air but can tolerate relative dryness, especially if they are properly watered.
Fertilizer In addition to needing lots of water, cannas are hungry plants, although they store some food in their rhizomes. Feed them in early spring and midsummer, using a balanced fertilizer. Propagating Canna Plants Since most of the newer varieties are hybrids, canna lilies are generally grown from rhizomes rather than seed. If you live in a climate with frost and would like to preserve outdoor plants for the next season, cut the foliage and stem to 6 inches. Then, dig the rhizomes and let them dry in a protected, shady spot. When dry, shake off the excess soil, wrap the rhizomes in newspaper, and store them in a dark, cool location until spring. Check on them periodically to make sure they are not rotting or drying out. The size and amount of blooms of cannas are linked to the number of "eyes" on a rhizome. The more eyes, the bigger plant and better blooms. Look for rhizomes with 3-5 eyes, and plant them in spring with the eyes facing up 4 to 5 inches deep. Or, if you'd like to get a head start on the season, pot them up indoors, four to six weeks before your last frost, and move them out once the temperature warms. Keep the rhizomes moist but not soaking wet. Varieties of Cannas 'Lucifer': red flowers with yellow borders; green leaves; 2 feet tall 'The President': scarlet blossoms; green leaves; 3 to 3.5 feet tall 'Pretoria' ('Bengal Tiger'): orange flowers; yellow and green striped foliage; 4 to 6 feet tall 'Stuttgart': orange flowers; green and white variegated foliage; 3 to 4 feet tall 'Tropicanna': dark variegated leaves with large, orange flowers; also comes in Black and Gold; 4 to 6 feet tall Pruning To keep your plants flowering throughout the season, deadhead them as the blooms start to fade. If you prefer to grow cannas for their foliage alone, you can cut back the flower stalks before they even have a chance to bloom. Landscape Uses Cannas can't help but be focal points. A single specimen can anchor a circle garden. Planted in a mass, they can look both tropical and Victorian. The colors and tropical feel combine well with other "hot" colors. There's even a variety of canna that grows in extremely wet soil--or even in water gardens. This plant is a hybrid of Canna glauca. They look gorgeous in bog gardens, or can be planted in baskets in water gardens.
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