Cobblestones can be seen everywhere in our lives. In fact, when growing flowers, you can put some pebbles in the flowerpot, which can effectively reduce water loss when watering. The details are as follows:
What are the functions of pebbles in flower pots? You can choose to put some pebbles as substrates in flower pots. The main chemical composition of pebbles is silicon dioxide, followed by a small amount of iron oxide and some other trace elements.
Put pebbles in pots to protect the soil from water loss every time you water. During the day when the sun shines, the pebbles can play a shielding role and reduce the evaporation of water in the soil. If the climate is relatively dry, cobblestones also play a role in maintaining soil and water balance.
At the same time, when the temperature difference between day and night is large, one advantage of cobblestone is that it can quickly cool down at night to condense the water vapor in the air, which can increase the moisture in the soil.
The Magical Use of Cobblestones Cobblestones have a deep relationship with gardening. Spreading pebbles in ordinary flowerpots not only has many benefits, but also makes the flowerpot instantly artistic. Also, if you can find some pebbles with holes, you can use them to grow succulents, and you will be very happy to see them every day.
And put some white pebbles in the pot, which is clean and beautiful. Moreover, the pebbles are relatively smooth and large, which can effectively prevent the soil in the flowerpot from being compacted, and play a role in regulating the soil.