Do potted flowers need fertilization in winter? How to apply fertilizer?
In winter, potted flowers and plants have entered a dormant period, and many people are not clear about it today. Let's take a look at it.
Some dormant potted flowers can be fertilized without topdressing in winter. Such as cactus, eight immortal flowers, Magnolia, Milan, gardenia, rose, peony and so on, these potted flowers must change pots in winter or the following spring and apply enough base fertilizer to facilitate growth or flowering in the coming year.
However, for some foliage potted flowers, an appropriate amount of compound fertilizer can be applied in winter to improve their cold resistance. For example, tortoise back bamboo, asparagus, umbrella grass, hydrangea pine and so on, because the right amount of nitrogen and iron can make potted leaves rich and green, while a small amount of potassium can improve the cold resistance of plants. The method of fertilization is to bury a small amount of granular fertilizer in the basin soil, or to pour about 3% liquid fertilizer into the soil once a month.
Potted flowers in winter is the fertilization method for everyone to share here, if you have more detailed fertilization methods, you are welcome to add in time.