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  1. Egor Ivashchenko, Tver

    A small pond was built in the garden last year. I wanted to. to land on the shore something unpretentious, but flowering.

    • OOO "Sad"

      - Marsh marigold (Caltha palustris) is perfect. It can often be seen in gardens where there is a pond, but it grows well even without a pond, it just needs to be watered more often. Blooms early, along with primroses. And she definitely needs enough sun (light penumbra will do), otherwise even the most abundant lush flowering will quickly come to naught.
      It grows and develops better on rich fertile soil.
      A lush bush grows over time thanks to creeping shoots. Every four years, the plant is rejuvenated - divided and seated. Dig it up in early spring or late summer (no later than mid-September). The rhizome is not dried. Water and lightly shade on the south side until the delenks are rooted properly. It is important that marigold has a high winter hardiness. Even young plants that have had time to take root well before the autumn cold do not require shelter for the winter.


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