Some benefits of watering flowers in a watering can

I believe that many flower friends prefer to use watering can to water the flowers in the daily flower growing process, and spray water on the leaves of the flowers, so that the flowers can be watered and the leaves can be washed to make the leaves look better and cleaner. Let me introduce the benefits of spraying water on flowers.

One: It can increase the air humidity, reduce the indoor temperature, spray water on the flowers when the weather is hot and dry, which can increase the absorption of water and reduce the transpiration of the page. Most of the leaves of the foliage plants are large and suitable for humid and warm environment. The weather in the northern areas is dry. Frequent water spray and water spray can alleviate the dryness in the small environment, avoiding the occurrence of dead leaves and focal edges due to dryness of flowers and plants. phenomenon.

Two: Keep the leaves clean and make the flowers look more pleasing. At the same time, it can wash away the dust on the plants and wash away the insects, etc., to avoid the tender leaves and flowers.

Three: Some flowers that are damp and wet, such as camellia, rhododendron, orchid, monstera, etc., often spray water on the leaf surface, which is very beneficial to its growth and development. If the summer rains suddenly or if it is hot in the evening, you should pay attention to the water spray to cool down and prevent disease. The amount of water spray should be determined according to the needs of the flower. Generally, the water can be evaporated shortly after spraying, and the amount of water sprayed is most suitable. Seedlings and delicate flowers need more water spray, new bowls and cuttings that have not yet rooted also need to be sprayed with water. Tropical orchid flowers, Araceae and Bromeliad flowers need to be sprayed frequently.

Note: Some flowers are very sensitive to water wetness, such as gloxinia, pudding, begonia, etc., and the leaves have thick fluff. After the water falls, it is not easy to evaporate and the leaves rot, so it is not suitable to spray water onto the leaves. For blooming flowers, it is not advisable to spray more water, otherwise it will easily cause the petals to be mild or affect fertilization, reducing the firmness and the result rate. In addition, the leaf buds at the top of the cyclamen, the flower buds in the gerbera leaves, and the pseudobulbs in the center of the genus Clivia are afraid of water and moisture. These parts are susceptible to damage after spraying water.