7 Review (s)

  1. Summerman, gardener and gardener (anonymous)

    Do you want to admire the delightful colors before almost freezing? Then plant in your garden feces, snapdragon, osteospermum, ornamental cabbage, sage mealy and sage green, or hormineum, lobulyaru seaside (alissum), gillyflowers, viola (pansies), tobacco-dander, cosmece, diasium, coreopsis, pelargonium zonal, nasturtium , sweet peas, biodense, echium, calendula, limantes, matthiol.
    Ornamental cabbage is the queen of autumn flower beds, despite the complete absence of flowers in her luxurious outfit. The plant pleases the eye with colored leaves of the most diverse and bizarre shapes. They can be white, cream, pink, burgundy, with a wavy and corrugated edge and strongly dissected. A leaf rosette resembles a huge terry flower, miraculously arising directly from the ground, or an exotic palm tree on a tall stalk. To amazing your-
    This plant also has a rare ability to withstand repeated frosts and easily tolerate transplantation in the adult state.
    Verbena is beautiful decorative with flowers and leaves. This is one of the most beautiful verbena, retaining its effectiveness until the end of summer. Large lilac inflorescences-umbrellas are carelessly scattered among openwork carved foliage, and strongly branched stems, rooted in knots, form a beautiful carpet on the soil or fall down in a picturesque cascade when grown in hanging baskets. The most popular variety is 'Imagination' with purple-violet flowers.
    Tobacco is fragrant. This "relative" of petunia favorably differs from "sister" in its resistance to cold autumn weather and flourishes blossom until late frosts. The most pleasant aroma is the plants with white and greenish-white
    flowers, and the smell is manifested in the evening, and in the afternoon the flowers remain closed. There are also tobacco varieties with unclosed flowers of other colors: pink, wine-red, lilac, lilac, but, as a rule, they are devoid of flavor. Blooms in 70-90 days after sowing.
    Osteospermum (or Cape daisy) - a long half-shrub originally from the Cape of South Africa. White, lilac, purple, yellow and orange inflorescences-baskets resemble chamomile. Compact varieties have a height of 20-60 cm, African "daisies", unlike domestic ones, bloom abundantly until the frosts. The inflorescence looks with an almost completely tangled flower in the shape of a spoon. In bad weather, the flowers remain open. Easily propagated by cuttings. Fond of the varieties can be kept in winter in a cool room. Requires loose fertile soil.

  2. Olga Viktorovna Negrabnova, Klintsy

    It is often thought that the flowering of such popular perennials, as delphinium, clove Shabo, helenium, in the year of sowing will not wait. Yes, nothing of the kind! Simply planting them should be seedlings in January and February, and subject to backlighting until the end of March they are quite fun (maybe weaker slightly) will blossom in this season.
    And from annuals, snapdragon, salvia, lobelia should be sown no later than the end of February. And with begonia forever-blooming do not linger. And with cineraria ... Then at the latest - in mid-June they will already bloom, and to the end - October frosts!

  3. Inna

    Perennial flowers in early June are fed with a complex flower fertilizer. In the second weekend it is especially important to make fertilizers for the best development of peonies, phlox, astilbe, daylily, delphinium, lichnis, orebuck and other perennials. At the same time in the open ground planted adolescent tuberous begonia and dahlias. After 5-9 June, seedlings of annuals (petunia, zinnias, marigolds, balsamins, verbena, ageratum, lobelia, etc.) can be transferred to flower gardens. Soil for moisture retention.
    After June 15, biennials are planted - pansies, especially large-flowered varieties that produce the largest flowers only in two-year-old crops, as well as daisies, forget-me-nots, night violets, mallow and others.
    At the end of the month, collect the seeds of biennials and many-year-olds (primula, doronikuma). At the same time, remove the wilted flowers from the re-flowering plants, which will promote the formation of buds. And besides, you can feed all perennials organic.

  4. Ilona

    I love flowers. Before, my garden was full of flower beds. But they had to be carefully looked after. When I turned 75. it turned out that the forces were no longer the same. Children and grandchildren help little - they work hard, they get tired and want to work at the dacha, but to rest. Therefore, we had to abandon annuals: it became difficult to grow seedlings, to resume planting every spring. Tulips and other bulbous, which need to be dug and put again, is now also not for me. Therefore, I paid attention to herbaceous floral perennials and ornamental shrubs. Hassle with them is much less. So I got acquainted with the hydrangea.
    For the first time a magnificent shrub of hydrangea tree-like with white caps of flowers I saw from neighbors and asked for cuttings. I received them in the spring, at the end of April, when old shoots were cut off. But cuttings for some reason did not take root. Then the neighbor sprinkled the earth with two powerful shoots. When they took root, we cut off the layers, dug out with a big clod of earth, and I transferred them to my site. In autumn I covered the young bushes with lapnik and lutrasil. Three years passed, and I grew large, luxurious bushes. From July until frosts, white floral foam covers them.
    Care hydrangea is not tiring. The main thing that it needs is an annual spring pruning, without it there will be no luxuriant flowering, and the bushes will turn into untidy thickets. And 2-3 times a season you need to mulch the soil around the bushes with the rotted manure, and in autumn add a mixture of compost and peat. And in the spring, in early May. I do top dressing with Agricola for flowering plants. This feeding is enough for the whole season.

  5. Antonina

    Experienced growers know that in the first year of life perennials form a fairly powerful overground part, and only then begin to bloom. However, there are decorative cultures that begin to bloom before a certain period and they are called "upstarts". It is from them formed a group of plants that have an early flowering in the year of sowing.
    Other perennials sown for seedlings at the end of winter may bloom in the first year, but this is to the detriment of development. But the “upstart” bloom does not bring harm - they form a strong root system and due to this they tolerate wintering well.
    Such plants include carnations - lush, grassy, ​​blue, dolphiniums Black Knight and Candle, large-flowered gaillardia, Alpine soul moth, Dubrovnik, creeper tenacious, mallow zebrina, yarrow Pearl.
    Agrotechnics of growing such plants is slightly different from more slow perennials. All of them are grown only in seedlings. Seeding of seeds is from January to March. The soil must be fertile, as in a short time the plants need to fully form, bloom and prepare for the winter. Top-dressing is also required regular, but moderate.
    The soil for seeding is safer to prepare independently, taking fertile soil, peat, compost and sand (ratio 2: 2: 2: 1).
    Feeding plants begin a week after the pick. For fertilizing you can use a complex mineral fertilizer, alternating it with organic. After planting 8 plants, the open top dressing depends on soil fertility, plant condition and weather conditions. Usually on soils of average fertility it is recommended to feed at least twice a month. Fertilizers can be spread over the surface of the soil or spilled with a prepared solution. On fertile soils, fertilizers are used less often and mostly look at plants.

  6. Anna

    Most perennial crops should be transplanted in spring, although there are exceptions here. For example, irises sa-
    The first should be divided and planted only after flowering, when they have a rest period, after which the roots begin to form in 4-5 weeks. Oriental mack should also not be transplanted in the spring, this is also done after flowering, when all the leaves are discarded. A transplant at another time will lead to the death of the plant. Peony forms buds at the end of August, so at this time it will be possible to divide the rhizome with high-grade kidneys.

  7. a guest

    This year I decided to increase the flower garden area.
    My neighbor in the country even offered to share her collection of perennials, and she has a large one. Tell me, please, which perennials can be replanted in the early spring, and which are better in the summer?


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