How to fertilize potted flowers? Fertilization methods for potted flowers?

Published: 2024-04-25 Author: mysheen
Last Updated: 2024/04/25, How to fertilize potted flowers? Fertilization methods for potted flowers?

Fertilization of potted flowers is very important. Scientific fertilization is very important for the growth of flowers. Today, I would like to share with you how to fertilize potted flowers. Fertilization methods for potted flowers.

Fertilization method of potted flowers: potted trees and potted flowers which are newly planted, newly potted and just changed mud, their roots are damaged, so it is appropriate not to apply fertilizer for the time being. Apply the edge of the pot when fertilizing.

First, potted flowers and potted trees must be fertilized during the peak growing season in spring and summer. After entering autumn, potted flowers and potted trees grow slowly, so they should apply less fertilizer. Flowers and trees enter the dormant period in winter and stop fertilizing. Fertilization is good in cloudy days, evening or when the basin soil is slightly dry, first remove weeds and loosen the soil, which is beneficial for fertilizer and water to infiltrate into the soil and accelerate fertilizer decomposition. But in the next morning must be thoroughly watered, commonly known as "backwater", both conducive to the absorption of fat and water and avoid fertilizer damage.

Second, thin fertilizer is applied frequently, the amount of fertilizer applied each time should be less and sparse. Generally speaking, the Beginning of Spring to the Beginning of Autumn, every 15 days after the thin fertilizer water, 30 days after the autumn, the Beginning of Winter stopped topdressing.

Third, it should be noted that the nutrients needed by potted flowers and potted trees are mainly nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium. Nitrogen fertilizer promotes plant branch and leaf growth, such as peanut bran, bean cake, ammonium sulfate; phosphate fertilizer promotes flower color and fruit hypertrophy, such as calcium superphosphate and bone powder; potassium fertilizer promotes root development and plant firmness, such as potassium sulfate and plant ash.

Fourth, bonsai flowers are easy to use organic fertilizer, also known as farm manure, such as human feces and urine, poultry manure, bone meal, peanut bran, bean cakes and all kinds of green manure, plant ash, etc., these fertilizers contain different components of nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium elements. Do not use chemical fertilizers as much as possible, because chemical fertilizers will leave acid or salt roots, and the basin soil will become acidic or alkaline, hindering the growth of plants.