Duck foot wood, also known as umbrella tree, can grow normally in weak sunlight environment, thus forming a semi shade environment suitable for its growth. Therefore, duck foot wood is very suitable for cultivation in indoor living room and other places. Duck foot wood should be able to grow well in the place where the light and wind are visible and at a temperature of about 20 ℃. Duck foot wood is not resistant to severe cold, and the temperature should be more than 5 ℃ in winter. Duck foot wood can adapt to all kinds of environment, whether wet or dry, it can grow normally.
Duck foot wood itself has certain characteristics of drought and moisture resistance, but this is only relatively speaking. Compared with other flower plants, its drought and moisture resistance are relatively high. When we water it, we should do it when the soil shows signs of drying, and pay attention not to water too much. In summer when it is hot and dry, you can appropriately increase the number of watering, because the evaporation is relatively large at this time, it will quickly evaporate the excess water, and more watering can make the duck foot wood grow better. Generally, a small amount of water is needed once a day to keep the soil slightly wet. In the spring and autumn season, watering once or twice a week can meet its water demand.
When planting duck foot wood, take the healthy growing branches off the cuttings, and then press the soil to the solid, water it with enough water, and put it in the shade to grow.