Bluebell and Taro Care

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1 Care
1.1 Where to Plant?
1.2 How to Plant?
By dividing rhizomes, tubers, From bulbs, Seedlings
From Rhizomes
1.3 Plant Maintenance
1.4 Watering Plants
1.4.1 Watering Requirements
Average Water Needs, Do Not over Water, Requires regular watering
Needs 2-3 times watering per week, Needs a lot of water initially
1.4.2 In Summer
Lots of watering
Lots of watering
1.4.3 In Spring
1.4.4 In Winter
Average Water
Average Water
1.5 Soil
1.5.1 Soil pH
Acidic, Neutral
Acidic, Neutral
1.5.2 Soil Type
Loam, Sand
1.5.3 Soil Drainage Capacity
Well drained
Well drained
1.6 Sun Exposure
Partial Sun, Partial shade
Partial shade, Full Shade
1.7 Pruning
Pinch Tips, Remove damaged leaves, Remove dead branches, Remove dead leaves, Remove dead or diseased plant parts
No pruning needed
1.8 Fertilizers
High amounts of nutrients, organic fertlizers
All-Purpose Liquid Fertilizer, Less fertilizing
1.9 Pests and Diseases
Red blotch
Aphids, Rats, Snails
1.10 Plant Tolerance
Heat Tolerance, Salt and Soil Compaction, Shade areas

Watering Bluebell and Taro

Water is the most essential need of any plant. Watering requirements differ for every plant. Knowing the amount of water required is the most important part of Bluebell and Taro Facts. One needs to adequately water the plants keeping in mind that plants need season wise variations in water levels. While taking Bluebell and Taro care, it is important to know that too much water is more dangerous than not enough watering. Here we provide you with the exact watering required for your garden plant. Watering Bluebell and Taro is as follows:

  • Watering Bluebell in Summer: Lots of watering

  • Watering Bluebell in Winter: Average Water

  • Watering Taro in Summer: Lots of watering

  • Watering Taro in Winter: Average Water

Bluebell and Taro Diseases

Plants get infected many times due to lack of care. This makes it unhealthy and reduces its life too. Hence it is necessary to know the kind of disease on plants, to cure it and keep the plant healthy. Knowing About Bluebell and Taro diseases is very important factor of Bluebell and Taro Care. These plant's diseases are:

  • Bluebell: Red blotch
  • Taro: Aphids, Rats and Snails

Bluebell and Taro Pruning

Pruning is an important part of Bluebell and Taro care. Pruning helps to grow the plant with a faster rate. Bluebell and Taro pruning is done as follows:

  • Bluebell pruning: Pinch Tips, Remove damaged leaves, Remove dead branches, Remove dead leaves and Remove dead or diseased plant parts

  • Taro pruning: No pruning needed

Plants need fertilizers for its growth and increasing the life. Bluebell and Taro fertilizers are as follows:

  • Bluebell fertilizers: High amounts of nutrients and organic fertlizers
  • Taro fertilizers: All-Purpose Liquid Fertilizer and Less fertilizing