Celebrating your Chinese New Year by bringing home some auspicious plants such as adeniums, money trees, citrus plants, bonsai, lucky bamboo, peach lily, bromeliad, and many more. Usher in abundance and fortune with these lucky plants. Citrus plant is known as a symbolic plant where it symbolizes joy and fortune.
Here are the six care tips for citrus plants to liven up the Chinese New Year celebration:
1. Provide enough sunlight
Ensure your citrus plant is exposed to direct natural light with a minimum of 6-8 hours daily. If they are being grown indoors, supplemental grow lights will be needed to produce well.
2. Watering regularly
Citrus plants should be watered 1-2 times on a weekly basis as they mature to establish healthy roots. Keep the soil in the pot moist but not excessively wet or soaking in water.
3. Applying Serbajadi Citrus Fertiliser
Apply Serbajadi Citrus Fertiliser during the growing stages of citrus plants to boost their health. Our specially formulated organic fertiliser typically provides better feeding for these citrus plants.
4. Pest control with Serbajadi Neem Spray
Ensure to repel insects regularly to avoid the leaves and stems from getting infested in the future. Do spray with our Neem Extract Concentrate to kill insects on the targeted pest.
5. Mulch regularly
Refurbish the soil moisture to keep the soil healthy.
6. Prune the plants
Ensure prune dead or infected branches off the plants to prevent further spread of the disease and keep them clean.
Do check out our product video about Serbajadi Citrus Fertiliser!