Temperature: Gypsophila likes the cool climate, so the best temperature should be 15-25 degrees when cultivating the stars. If the growth temperature of the Gypsophila reaches 30 degrees and above, then the Gypsophila may only pick up the branches and cannot bloom. If the temperature in winter is as low as 10 degrees or less, the Gypsophila will stop growing. Therefore, Gypsophila can also be called a greenhouse flower. When the summer is hot, you should move the Gypsophila indoors or build a shade shelter for it. Spray the water spray into the air with a spray bottle to reduce the temperature around it and increase the humidity in the air. In the winter, you can use the cover film to keep the cold method or air heating method to make it safe for winter.
Moisture: Gypsophila is a plant that has a lot of water but is particularly afraid of stagnant water. Therefore, when cultivating the starry sky, be sure to avoid water accumulation when ensuring that it has sufficient water. Otherwise, it will cause the roots of the gypsy to rot and the plants to die. The amount of water should be sufficient during the growth period, and the water supply can be reduced during the flowering period, as long as the soil is kept moist. In the cultivation of Gypsophila, whether the water is poured correctly determines whether the cultivation of Gypsophila can be successful.
Fertilizer: It is full of stars and fertilizes. In the initial planting, the base fertilizer should be buried in the potting soil. In the early stage of growth after planting, nitrogen fertilizer was the main factor, while in the later stage of growth, phosphate fertilizer and potassium fertilizer were the main. The application cycle of the fertilizer is applied once every two weeks. The applied fertilizer can also be used with cooked fruits and vegetables, or animal feces. In the growing season and flowering period, the demand for fertilizer is very large. Therefore, in the process of curing the Gypsophila, the fertilizer must be applied to make it more leaves and flowers.
Illumination: Gypsophila likes a warm, humid and sunny environment. In light, give at least 6 hours of light per day. The sky will only bloom when the light is sufficient. If there is not enough light, you can use a light instead of sunlight to illuminate it. In the flower bud breeding stage, if the light is insufficient, the flower bud will not open.