1. The discovery is not timely
Clivia is not as squeamish as other plants, whether it is dry or wet, it generally does not show in appearance. Just like many flower friends are usually very busy and have no time to manage. When they are free, they find that the leaves of Clivia fall off when they are touched, and when they are pulled out, the roots are completely rotten. This kind of situation is definitely not caused by one or two days, and it will be manifested in the appearance of the plant after a long time, so everyone should find out as soon as possible and deal with it as soon as possible.
2. Change the basin regularly
Clivia is actually more worry-free to cultivate, because the plant is cold-resistant and drought-resistant, it does not need to be watered and fertilized frequently, and it does not need to take special measures to keep warm in winter. In the winter flowering period, there are still beautiful flowers blooming, which is really obedient. However, if the maintenance method is not appropriate, it is also the most prone to problems. Under normal circumstances, Clivia should be changed regularly once a year, combined with loosening the soil, watering, and reasonable fertilization, which can not only prevent soil compaction, but also avoid plant growth due to the limitation of flowerpots.
3. Water properly
Clivia is relatively easy to water, and a little more watering in spring, autumn and summer, usually once every two weeks. In winter, the plant grows slowly, and watering is easier. The root system of Clivia is sensitive to water. Generally, except for regular watering in summer, watering in other seasons depends on the soil. Fertilizing before flowering should be combined with watering, which will help fertilizer absorption and increase plant growth rate.
After reading the above explanation, we should all know that most of the problems encountered by the above flower friends are caused by the wrong selection of flower pots. If the flower pots are selected properly, in fact, the plants rarely have rotten roots and yellow leaves in winter. . Knowing these problems, cultivating Clivia chooses the right flowerpot, watering and fertilizing properly, and sufficient light, so that the leaves of cultivation seem to be oiled, and the buds are doubled than usual, and the large flowers bloom beautifully in winter.