There is a thick Chlorophytum on my balcony.


  At the beginning of planting, Chlorophytum is still very small, the leaves are as green as emerald, and there are ripple like veins in the middle of the leaves. Slowly, under my careful care, it grows bigger and bigger, from a lovely little girl to a big girl. Then, it began to breed its own next generation: it drew many branches from the root, which first produced some small white flowers. After the flower is withered, a new Chlorophytum will grow on the top of the branch. After I cut off the small Chlorophytum, I can cultivate more Chlorophytum.


  Recently, I have been busy studying. I haven"t watered the Chlorophytum for many days. One day, I suddenly found that the top of the Chlorophytum leaf turned yellow. I think it"s very strange, thinking: is this caused by no watering? So, I asked the computer "master": it turns out that Chlorophytum likes water, and it is necessary to keep the pot soil completely moist during the vigorous growth period. If the soil is too dry, it will cause the leaves to fade temporarily. After watering again, the leaves will return to their original color, and the tip may turn brown forever, which greatly reduces the ornamental value. And Chlorophytum prefers higher air humidity, so when the climate is dry in summer and autumn, measures such as water spraying should be taken to increase the air humidity around the plant, otherwise the top edge of the leaf may also appear scorch.


  It turns out that"s what I realized. This discovery also made me understand: there are many secrets in nature. As long as we pay attention to observation, we can discover these secrets and increase our own knowledge.