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  1. Summerman, gardener and gardener (anonymous)

    In a flower bed near the house, among phloxes and girlish grapes, I still have a rare guest in our gardens - Rogersia. I love her for her compact shape and original leaves.
    I bought a seedling in one of the garden centers of the city and planted it in the open sun, and after a couple of years I transplanted it into partial shade. Here Rogers showed itself in all its glory.
    I water the plant moderately, after the soil dries out.
    I feed several times a season with Vermiko-fe fertilizer (according to instructions).
    I do not cover for the winter.

    Rogersia (photo) planting and care, varieties and types

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    • OOO "Sad"

      You did the right thing by transplanting Rogersia, because the ideal place for planting it is partial shade. The plant prefers nutritious and moist soil. Almost all types of Rogersia winter well in the middle lane, but in the event of a frosty winter with little snow, I would recommend mulching the bushes with humus and dry leaves in the fall.

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