3 Review (s)

  1. Ziyaida Olegovna, St. Petersburg

    We have a small area on the site. shoy reservoir. Hostas, buzulnik and volzhanka grow nearby. What other perennials can be planted?

    • OOO "Sad"

      - Irises (I. Siberian, I. marsh and I. xiphoid) are perfect for framing the line of the pond. They prefer a well-lit area, so be sure to take this into account when planting. In the autumn, the shore will be decorated with a steed. For lush flowering, he needs fertile soil and good nutrition up to 3 times per season.
      - in spring, in June and during the budding period. Another representative of the coastal zone is the monetized loosestrife, capable of withstanding flooding, resistant to mowing and trampling. It grows well on any soil, both in the shade and in the sun. V. punctate. By the way, the lawn near the pond can be replaced with sedge, which in appearance resembles cereals, but withstands wet soil conditions. Able to cover a large area with its wrinkled Rogers leaves. It grows best in shaded coastal areas protected from the wind.

  2. Summerman, gardener and gardener (anonymous)

    Our site is bordered by a fire pond with an area of ​​8 acres. When duckweed blooms on it, water is not visible. Swimming in such a pond is impossible: very cold water and silt at the bottom of about a meter. We tried to clean the reservoir with a rake, three years ago we launched a silver carp - it's useless! Help with advice: how to clean the pond from duckweed?


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