When can I cut off the seeds of Clivia?

Gustavo Fring
2020-11-16 11:23:35
Rosewood is a common family flower plants, it generally in the annual flowering between May and July, spring flowering, early summer for the peak flowering period. Potted mahogany is difficult to blossom and requires very high maintenance. The temperature should be warm and there should be a certain temperature difference. In addition, it needs to be maintained in an environment with sufficient light and watered and fertilized according to its growth. If it is well maintained, it will blossom when it is in flowering period, which is very beautiful and has high ornamental value.

1. When to cut seeds

Usually, Clivia will be pollinated after flowering, and the seeds will start to grow after re-pollination, and then need to wait for a period of time to mature.Generally, it takes nine months for seeds to grow and mature, that is, it takes nine months for them to grow and mature.After the seeds are ripe, they will become very full, and the skin will become red, pinch up will be soft, at this time you can cut the seeds.

2. Precautions

1. When the seeds grow to 5 or 6 months, the seeds have actually become relatively full, but be careful not to pick them at this time.Because the seeds are not mature enough at this time, even if they are sown, the emergence rate will be very low, we must wait for it to mature enough, so that the emergence rate will be higher after sowing.

2. When sowing seeds, you need to prune the foil, and then put it in a ventilated place to dry.After about two or three days, the seeds are stripped and sowed in the soil.

3, if the purchase of Clivia seeds, it is best to choose fresh seeds, some seeds are dry, such seed emergence rate is relatively low, there may be no direct emergence.If the seeds are fresh, it is easier to emerge.

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