'Angel's Tear' is a subfamily succulent plant belonging to the genus Twelveth Genus (also known as Corrugated) of the family Liliaceae. The plant has no stems, and the fleshy leaves are triangularly conical, spirally arranged into a rosette, green, and large in leaf. The convex white porcelain condyles, the coccygeal process of the leaves more than the leaf surface, a bit like, long strips, etc., some like flowing tears, "the angel of tears," the name of the resulting. Pedicel stout, branched, florets grayish with green stripes.
'Angel's Tear' is a horticultural species native to South Africa. It enjoys a warm and dry and sunny environment. It is afraid of the sun, water and drought. The main growth period is in spring and autumn, and sufficient sunlight is required. Insufficient illumination will cause the plants to grow in length and the plant shape is loose. Watering master "do not do not pouring, pouring is poured" to avoid basin soil water, so as not to cause rot. Because of its slow growth, do not fertilize, you can put granular slow-release fertilizer on the surface of the soil for plants to slowly absorb. In summer, the plant growth in the high temperature season basically stopped, and it could be maintained in a well-ventilated place without direct sunlight, otherwise the strong direct light would burn the leaf surface and form an unsightly scar. Avoid rain and strictly control watering to prevent decay. In winter, keep it indoors at a sunny place. If the minimum temperature at night is not lower than 10Â°C, and there is a temperature difference of around 10Â°C, it can be watered normally so that the plants can continue to grow. If this temperature is not reached, watering is controlled to make the plants dormant and tolerate temperatures of 5Â°C to 10Â°C. For adult plants, the soil can be changed every autumn, and the root system can be inspected. The old rotten roots can be cut off and the robust new roots can be kept. Basin soil requires loose, breathable, well-drained, and coarse grained. At present, commonly used in Chihzu soil plus humus or rot leaf soil, peat soil mixed after cultivation, and add a small amount of bone meal and other calcareous materials.
The propagation of 'angel's tears' can be carried out by means of cuttings, sowing, etc. It is also possible to use stems for tissue culture. It should be noted that the 'natural angel' tears have a very low budding rate. The robust plants should be selected during the growing season to â€œbeheadâ€ and the upper part of the plant should be cut with a sharp curved knife, leaving about three leaves at the base, and the wound should be applied. Carbendazim or sulfur powder to prevent decay. The upper part is aired for one week or longer, and the cuts are dried after the wounds are dried. The lower part is left in the original pot, will grow some buds, wait for it to be slightly larger and then cut the cuttings. If seeds are propagated, the seeds are obtained by artificial pollination and the seeds are matured and harvested. Because the variability of seedlings is large, excellent seedlings should be selected from them.
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