Brazilian Gloxinia is a kind of green plant that likes to grow in warm and humid semi shade environment. It is easy to cause its leaves to burn and wilt under strong light, so pay attention to semi shade culture in summer.
Brazilian Gloxinia likes to grow in warm, humid, semi shade, free from strong light, loose and rich humus, fertile and slightly acidic sandy soil environment. Even if watering, we should also pay attention not to produce splashes, pollution leaves and flowers.
The suitable temperature can make the leaves grow luxuriant, green and the flowers big and bright. When it was found that there was spider on the leaves, it could spray 5% nisolone emulsion 1000 times, the control effect was very good.
After we dried the wounds of Brazilian Gloxinia’s leaves naturally, the next step was propagation. As shown in the following figure, this is the effect chart of the method of leaf breaking propagation for a week.
The pollen of the stamen was collected at the flowering stage of Brazilian Gloxinia and applied to the stigma of the pistil with a brush. After leveling the soil, evenly sprinkle the seeds, soak the pot in shallow water, take it out, cover it with glass, place it in the half shade, and maintain the humidity of 18-20 ℃.
During flowering, the leaves around the branches should be removed in time. Select a sunny day, cut off the failed flowers and branches, keep 1-2 pairs of leaves, and do not need watering within three or five days after trimming, so as to avoid infection of the wound leading to rotten balls.
Brazilian gloxinia It’s also called snow falling mud
Brazil Gloxinia, also known as snow mud, originated in Brazil. Use it to put conference table, window, teahouse, add more festive atmosphere.
Brazilian Gloxinia likes the humus soil which is loose, fertile and good in water conservation. Warm tip: Brazilian Gloxinia is prone to disease in seedling, growth period and high temperature.
It’s — Brazilian gloxinia
It likes to be warm and humid in spring and summer growth period, avoid direct sunlight, keep the temperature around 25 ℃ in summer, and keep dry in winter dormancy period, otherwise the root system is easy to rot. There is scattered light in the room, and more flowers can bloom in the semi shade.
Cut off half of the leaves, dry them slightly, and then insert them directly or obliquely into the plain sand pot, pour them into water and cover them with glass (or plastic film) to maintain the temperature and humidity. It can germinate about 2 weeks after sowing, remove the glass after the young seedlings are unearthed, pay attention to ventilation, grow 2 true leaves, and then transplant.