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Which kinds of flowers should not spray water on the plant?

Published: 2024-03-03 Author: mysheen
Last Updated: 2024/03/03, Which kinds of flowers should not spray water on the plant?

Which kinds of flowers should not spray water on the plant?

As we all know, watering flowers is a kind of self-cultivation, but some flowers are not suitable for watering, such as tung, Oviductus, Baobao, African violets, purple velvet and other flowers have dense hairs on their leaves, which are not easy to evaporate after falling water droplets, and are often easy to cause leaf decay or leaf spots.

Cyclamen leaves and flower buds, African chrysanthemum leaves in the flower buds are afraid of water wet, water wet for too long easy to rot, so it is not suitable to spray water upward.

The false bulb in the middle of the leaf clump of Cymbidium is also afraid of being drenched with water, especially in the bud stage, when the water is wet, it will affect the emergence of the sword and cause the inflorescence to rot. When flowers bloom, water sprayed directly on the flowers is easy to cause flower rot, but also affect fertilization and reduce the rate of fruit.

In addition, pomegranate, begonia, crape myrtle, inverted hanging golden bell and other potted flowers, such as spraying water on the leaves, will also lead to excessive growth of branches and leaves.

Yan Tong, Oviductus Ranae, Baobao flowers, African violets, purple velvet and other flowers have dense hairs on the leaves, which are not easy to evaporate after falling water droplets, and are often easy to cause leaf decay or leaf spots.

Cyclamen leaves and flower buds, African chrysanthemum leaves in the flower buds are afraid of water wet, water wet for too long easy to rot, so it is not suitable to spray water upward.

The false bulb in the middle of the leaf clump of Cymbidium is also afraid of being drenched with water, especially in the bud stage, when the water is wet, it will affect the emergence of the sword and cause the inflorescence to rot. When flowers bloom, water sprayed directly on the flowers is easy to cause flower rot, but also affect fertilization and reduce the rate of fruit.

In addition, pomegranate, begonia, crape myrtle, inverted hanging golden bell and other potted flowers, such as spraying water on the leaves, will also lead to excessive growth of branches and leaves.

 
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