The canary is a light loving plant. It can be kept outdoors in a light-oriented place. It should be guaranteed to have sufficient sunshine every day. In summer, it is necessary to prevent exposure to the sun under the premise of ensuring light. In winter, when the temperature is low, it can be moved to a brighter house to make it grow normally.
It has strong vitality, so it does not have high requirements for soil. It can survive in poor land or even in stone cracks. However, it is better to choose a more fertile soil to provide sufficient nutrients when raising at home. At the same time, the drainage of the soil is also required to be better to avoid ponding.
In summer, the climate is hot, so dehydration due to high temperature should be avoided. It is relatively cold resistant. In winter, it needs to keep the temperature above - 5 ℃. In the south, it can spend the winter outdoors. In the north, it should move to a bright place indoors.
It belongs to drought resistant and waterlogging resistant plants. When the soil is dry, it should be watered. Keep the soil slightly wet, not too much water. In rainy season, drainage should be timely to avoid excessive moisture leading to rotten roots and other situations.
Can be extensive management, a total of two times during the growth of fertilizer, the best is to apply organic fertilizer. It is necessary to apply appropriate amount of fertilizer to the new buds at the beginning of their growth, and to apply fertilizer near the flowering period to provide them with nutrients needed for flowering and help them extend their flowering period.