|Light Thujopsis dolobrata
continental : We suggest a quite sheltered location, so that the plant can be exposed to sunrays only during the coolest hours of the day.
alpine : Locate this plant in a partially shaded place, where it is exposed to sunrays during the coolest hours of the day.
mediterranean : We suggest to locate these plants in bright places, where they can receive direct sunlight only during the coolest hours of the day.
continental : Watering should be done regularly and often, every 2-3 weeks; always avoiding surpluses and water stagnation. We suggest waiting for the soil to dry before watering again. Usually 4-5 buckets of water are used every The .
alpine : Watering should be fairly frequent and regular, using 3-4 buckets of water; letís intervene at least every 3-4 weeks, paying attention that the ground dries well between a watering and the next.
mediterranean : These plants dislike soaked soils, we suggest always waiting for the soil to be dry between one watering and the other; during this time of year usually we water with 5-6 buckets of water every 1-2 weeks, or even less.
Fertilize Thujopsis dolobrata : Letís enrich the soil with mature manure, only if we intend planting new trees; for those plants which have been planted for long, usually it isnít necessary to fertilize them during the summer months.
Pests Thujopsis dolobrata : During the summer months it is best to apply precise treatments, specifically against each type of parasite, to be used only when we have already noticed the presence of fungus or insects on our plants; these treatments should be applied during the coolest hours of the day. In general during this period of the year an infesting of ticks and rust is very likely to occur, because its development is favoured by dry climates.