1. Soil requirements
Baby fingers need well-ventilated, well-drained, moist soil. The soil mix for planting baby fingers can be loose and breathable media, such as peat, coconut bran, and the proportion of granular soil can be slightly higher, which is conducive to soil drainage and ventilation. When planting, you can use vermiculite, peat soil, coarse sand and perlite to ensure soil nutrition and not easy to harden.
2. Lighting requirements
Baby fingers can be in full sun, except for the high temperature in summer, which requires shade, the rest of the season can be in full sun. Therefore, in the three seasons of spring, autumn and winter, we can bask the succulent “baby fingers” all day long, because the ultraviolet rays are not strong in these seasons, and the damage to the “baby fingers” is not too great. Appropriate absorption of nutrients from sunlight can make succulent “baby fingers” densely arranged, round and thick, and pink and beautiful.