Impatiens winter will die it, how to raise winter?

Walter White
2020-11-16 11:23:35
Orchids are suitable for division when the root activity is low, that is, after flowering and before germination. The reason why it is necessary to separate pots when the root activity is low is that it is not easy to damage its root system. Because different varieties of orchids have different flowering time, different varieties of orchids also have different optimal plant division time. Winter flowering varieties can be divided in early spring. Summer flowering varieties can be divided in early autumn.

1. will impatiens die in winter?

Impatiens balsamina has poor cold tolerance. Usually, after the temperature drops in autumn, the flowers begin to fade slowly, and the seeds will gradually mature.The whole plant will stop growing, and the leaves and stems on it will turn yellow and wither.If not treated artificially, the plants will wither and die.

2. how to raise impatiens in winter

1. Control the temperature: The temperature is relatively low in winter, and it is precisely because of the low temperature that it slowly dies.It likes warm environment, if you want it to winter, you must first pay attention to temperature control treatment, which is conducive to growth between 16-26 degrees.When the temperature drops to 10 degrees, it should be moved indoors to avoid frostbite.

2. Illumination management: Impatiens itself likes the sun. In winter, it is best to put it in a well-lit place and let it bask in the sun more. Sufficient illumination is beneficial to its winter.In addition, the leaves should be wiped regularly to keep them smooth, which can promote better photosynthesis.

Impatiens balsam

3. Scientific watering: In winter, the temperature is relatively low, and the growth of impatiens has basically stopped, so the requirement for moisture is extremely low.Moreover, it does not like humid environment, and it needs to control water in winter.To reduce the amount and frequency of watering, do not do it at will, otherwise it will be counterproductive.As long as you keep these points in mind, the plants will recover slowly when the temperature rises next year.

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