About indoor plants with love

In the last decade, indoor floriculture has undergone many changes. But the main thing for people who are in love with beauty, in flowers is skillful care for them. You need to know what conditions are necessary for your favorite “pets”. Flowers are a living organism and require attention, respect, care. Indeed, thanks to these plants, wonderful floral arrangements are obtained.

Most of the indoor flowers are photophilous. This is especially true for plants such as cacti, bell, abutilon, geranium, aerophagia, white person, philander, etc. Place them near the eastern and southern windows, if it is hot, then shade them, for example with a curtain...

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And daffodils bloom in winter

Autumn is leaving. It’s time to part with the garden, but not with your favorite flowers. For many, these are daffodils, the scattering of flowers of which is so attractive in spring. How to prolong winter communication with daffodils? How to make daffodils bloom at home when the window is snowing? How to prepare daffodils for distillation? Use the tips below.

The forcing of bulbous plants was mastered by many amateur gardeners. Large white and yellow flowers create a unique mood not only during the holiday but throughout the winter-spring period. With the right selection of varieties and preparation of bulbs, flowering plants can be obtained for the New Year and Christmas.

For this, the bulbs are dug up a week earlier than usual, when the roots begin to die out, and the leaves rema...

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Clematis – Ornamental Plant

Clematis – perennial creepers. Depending on the variety, they can reach heights of 2 to 5 meters, they are attracted by the variety of colors of flowers and leaves, the abundance of flowers (500 or more at a time) and the duration of flowering (up to 3 months).

Consider the features of the plant.

Clematis is photophilous. It is better to plant on flat or sunny areas that are slightly shaded during the hot season. It is better to choose the eastern, southeastern or southwestern sides. Sites must be protected from the wind.

Clematis loves water-permeable, fertile, medium-density soil. It should be neutral or slightly alkaline, well-fertilized and loosened to a depth of 60-70 centimeters.

The best landing time is April-May...

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Flower beds and flower beds – decoration of any garden

Typically, flower beds are created from certain types of flowering plants that are in harmony with each other, for which a certain plot of land is allocated. Flowers for a flower bed are selected in a combination of color schemes, suitable sizes and about the same flowering period. By breaking the flower garden in the garden, you can hide various defects in the place on which it is placed. Also, flower beds can be used in the form of hedges, or used as flower borders, enclosing certain areas of land. But still, the main purpose of the flower garden is to decorate the garden.

When placing a flower garden, one must take into account the fact that shady plants cannot be planted in a sunny area, it is better for them to create a separate flower garden that can be placed in a shaded place s...

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Growing Roses – Highlights

Before you buy a rose seedling, inspect your site and choose a place. It should suit the future mistress of the garden and you. The place should be sunny, or partial shade. Penumbra will enable buds to remain attractive for longer in hot summer days. Take an interest in the quality of the soil you have on the site. If the soil is not the best, then you need to heal it. To do this, dig a hole one meter per meter and thirty centimeters deep at the site of the future planting and fill it with various kinds of waste from trees, humus, turf and black soil. At the end of this stage, you can begin to land. You can plant in the spring and autumn. Everything is better in mid-September, the roots will take root well in the winter and in the spring you will have a full bush...

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How to save roses in the winter?

The beauty, grace, originality of rose inflorescences attracts more and more flower growers. But the sharply continental climate for these flowers in severe winters is fatal.

The method of shelter depends on the number of plants grown. For solitary, they arrange an individual shelter, and for a large number, if planted in a row, they make tunnel structures with supports between plants. As an insulation material, you can use dry tree leaves (oak trees are especially good), dry peat and even dry soddy soil.

In dry weather, when it gets colder, you should treat the plants with Bordeaux liquid, first remove unopened buds and unripened tops. After drying the bushes, you can begin to shelter them, bending as much as the stems allow it. The bushes are completely covered with leaves...

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Indoor plants in the bedroom

Bedroom – a room in which there is no room for outsiders. Here, the owners of the house are resting, gaining strength, doing their own personal affairs. To create the necessary atmosphere in the bedroom, pay attention to indoor plants.

During sleep, the person’s breathing becomes deeper, which means that the air in this room should be especially clean and harmless. It is no secret that flowers enrich the air with oxygen, increase its humidity and have bactericidal properties.

It’s worth ordering flowers, if only because they are natural “harmonizers” of space: plants add warmth to the interior, set the necessary accents and create a cozy atmosphere in general.

It should be remembered that at night many plants absorb oxygen and emit carbon dioxide, so it’s better to choose...

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Indoor Plants: Pelargonium

Pelargonium is the scientific name for geranium, a beautifully flowering plant. To grow healthy and beautiful pelargonium, you need to create the appropriate conditions.

To form compact bushes with bright inflorescences, grow plants in small pots with a height of 10-15 centimeters, with a diameter of about 15 centimeters. If the pot is larger in diameter, you can plant 2-3 plants in it.

Do not get carried away with top dressing. When overfeeding, the mass of leaves increases to the detriment of flowering. The fewer nutrients in the soil, the earlier flowering begins, and it will be long, the color of the petals is more vivid.

If you planted a plant in a fresh soil mixture, then carry out the first dressing no earlier than three months later...

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Light and shade lobes: plants for sunny and shaded areas

For the growth and development of various ornamental plants, the need for light and its quantity is also different. In relation to sunlight, plants can be divided into three large groups: photophilous, shade-resistant and shade-loving.

A lot of perennial and annual crops feel great where there is plenty of sunlight. If we talk about spring flowers, then the Arabs, phlox, kurtinka, aurinia, Aubrie, and Iberian are very fond of the sun. At the beginning of summer, irises of various colors, montbretia, large peonies, and daylilies bloom on a sun-drenched garden. In July, Liatris and echinacea light their candles. At the end of summer, asters, phloxes, and chrysanthemums will decorate the solar flowerbed with bright colors.

Many flowers that need plenty of sunlight delight people not on...

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September works in the flower garden

The main concern of gardeners in September is planting bulbs. In the first half of September, they plant small-bulb: Muscari, bluebills, poultry farmers, crocuses, Pushkins. It is best planted in a drained, rich in nutrients, dug to a depth of 20-30 cm. The soil needs to be prepared in advance (1-2 weeks), making 5-10 kg. compost, phosphorus and potash fertilizers, ash. The distance between the bulbs should be about 10 cm, the depth of planting is about 8-10. You should not plant the bulbs closer to each other, because after two, at most three years, they will grow, they will become crowded, and the flowers are chopped. If necessary, plants can be watered. In addition to small-bulb, in early September, it is necessary to plant large bulbs of the imperial grouse...

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