The growing environment of bamboo Bamboo, like other plants, must be selected according to the local climate and geographical location in order to grow high ornamental bamboo. The suitable environment for cultivation is as follows:
First, the selection of bamboo species is an important aspect. Most of the clustered bamboos are planted in the south, and the planting temperature is generally above -5°C. If the introduction of low-temperature-resistant bamboo is planted in the cold weather in the north, it is easy to die cold. Therefore, it is particularly important to choose the bamboo species first when planting.
Second, all kinds of bamboo have different biological characteristics. If you choose a good growing environment, it will grow well. Such as bamboo, its tall and spectacular, green leaves towering, graceful and deeply loved by people, but its growth characteristics are like a place with high humidity, it can not be planted in long-term exposure, it is best to plant in often foggy areas. In such an environment, large-scale bamboo forest landscapes can be created to achieve ornamental effects, while planting in the Pearl River Delta can be planted, but its ornamental quality is poor.
Third, some bamboo love grows in shade, while others prefer to grow in a sunny environment. If bamboo needs to be planted in shaded areas, it will be difficult to plant live. Luohan bamboo needs to be planted in a sunny place, otherwise the bamboo does not have a Lohan shape.
Fourth, bamboo grows in a humid environment, but is afraid of flooding. After bamboo is planted, if bamboo leaves are found to be rolled up, drainage should be performed immediately. Otherwise, bamboo may rot.
In the eyes of people, bamboo is very crude. This was originally true. However, the bamboo planted in people's minds, bamboo is transplanted locally, and its survival rate is very high.