Potted crab claws are usually pruned in time after flowering(propagation tray), so as to ensure smooth flowering in the next round without affecting the quantity and quality of flowering. The usual practice is to cut off the flowering branches in time, remove the residual flowers, avoid unnecessary nutrient consumption, and continue to bloom and accumulate nutrients for the next round. Of course, it is also necessary to thin out those old weak branches and improve the ventilation and light transmission conditions of the plants(flat plastic tray). So, how do you trim the crab claw orchid after flowering?
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(cheap plastic 1 gallon containers wholesale price)At the same time, we should also use the method of thinning to cut off the old weak branches that are weak and affect the flowering(plug trays), as well as the stems and leaves that affect the plant type due to excessive growth, so that the plants are more ventilated and light, and it is also convenient for us to carry out conservation management. . In the process of growth, the crab claw orchid sometimes emerges from the top of a stem section with 4-5 or more new branches(plastic grow pots). In the face of this situation, we also need to timely branch it, usually cutting off 1-2 growths. Branches that are weak and affect the direction of the branches and the appearance.
In doing so(gallon plant pot), the main purpose is to allow nutrients to be more concentrated and to allow the blooming flowers to be as uniform as possible. And on the whole, as the nutrients are more supplied, the remaining flowering branches will be more vigorous. If it is a 3-5 year old crab claw orchid plant, the plant shape is obviously fuller at this time(greenhouse supplies pots), in order to let the claws of the crab claw orchid can withstand its own weight without scattering and drooping, we can resort to 3- 4 thicker wire auxiliary supports.
(cheap plastic 1 gallon containers wholesale price)It is usually inserted into the potting soil along the inner wall of the pot(cell trays), and several rounds of the scaffold can be tied from the middle to the upper part of the plant, and the stems are tied to the ring to better fix and support the plant. At the same time, we also need to cut off the uneven and criss-cross stem segments on the plant to keep the plants as umbrella-like(wholesale greenhouse pots). This will not only improve the ventilation and light transmission effect, but also promote the photosynthesis of plants, and the potted plants placed at the same time are more ornamental.
Therefore, when we build the bracket, we also need to combine the trimming(gallon nursery pots). But sometimes in order to avoid the plant shape of potted crab claws grow too large, especially when it is sometimes desired to place them in a room with limited space, we have to achieve this by adopting more daring pruning methods. Usually when the height of the crab claws reaches 50 cm, we need to properly shorten the stems in the spring(cheap plastic plant pots bulk), and also need to thin out some of the weaker branches and overly dense branches.(cheap plastic 1 gallon containers wholesale price)
When the crab claw orchid blooms next time(black plastic plant pots), it gives a feeling of blooming flowers, very atmospheric and beautiful! Originally, this can effectively prevent the stems from overlapping and squeezing and appear too messy. However, sometimes some small flower buds will appear on some of the stem nodes, and they need to be removed at this time. The new branches, which have been sprouted again after being treated with sparse treatment, tend to be more green and thicker(square nursery pots), and at the same time, the flowering is more vigorous, showing a charming scene of flowers and leaves.