What should I do if the begonia flowers do not bloom

Begonia flowers do not bloom, maybe because of insufficient light. At this time, change it to a place with sufficient sunshine to supplement light. It may also be due to improper fertilization. At this time, nitrogen fertilizer should be stopped to apply phosphorus and potassium fertilizer. Fertilizer is best to use leaf fertilizer, which is more good for it.

The light of Begonia flowers is not good. Begonia flowers like the sun with sufficient sunlight. Potted begonia spends in a dark place for a long time, which will cause the begonia flowers to not bloom. Because the begonia flowers will not appear in the environment of semi -yin or shade, they will not bloom. Especially when the temperature is low in winter, we will put the begonia flowers in the room to keep the room insulation, but the lighting conditions in the indoor indoor are limited and the ventilation is poor. When we have the sun in winter, we can put the begonia flowers on the balcony or in the yard. Dain the sun.

The ventilation of Begonia flowers is not good for Begonia flowers like a humid environment, but when the indoor ventilation conditions are not good, the water and gas of the soil cannot evaporate quickly, but the watering is too much. The soil humidity is not adjusted, which will cause too much water in the begonia, which will not bloom. Put the begonia flowers in a ventilated place, especially in winter, pay attention to light and ventilation.

Begonia flowers that have too much watering of begonia flowers need to keep the pot soil humid in the humid environment. Flowers will not bloom. Excessive watering, water damage will cause begonia flowers to not easily bloom. Watering should be carried out in the process of breeding begonia flowers. Watering should be high in summer, and the temperature is low in winter. Try not to water as much as possible. Be sure to avoid rain.

Begonia flowers’ nutrients are single or too much begonia flowers are not blooming because they are too single because of too single fertilization, and begonia flowers lack phosphorus and potassium fertilizer; too much fertilization, especially nitrogen fertilizer can cause long branches and leaves of begonia. Be sure to remember to fertilize when the begonia flowers germinate in early spring and fall in autumn. Usually use the special fertilizer of Begonia flowers to appropriately fertilize.

When the pruning method of Begonia flowers is not as strong as the branches and leaves of Begonia flowers, the leaves will absorb a lot of nutrients, which will cause nutrients to concentrate on the leaves, which will cause the begonia flowers to bloom less or not flowering. Pour regularly for the branches and leaves of Begonia flowers. Cut off those branches and leaves that are weak, too lush and lush, and branches and leaves that are not in line with the overall shape.