How to grow up cultivated flowers

How to grow up cultivated flowers

The beginning gardeners often are upset that on their site there have not ascended flowers seeds or shoots have died. How to understand subtleties of floriculture and to make so that beds dazzled with buds and pleased look?


1. Grow up annual plants - asters, petunia, calendula, lion's pharynx, nasturtium and many others. They very much decorate garden. For receiving early blossoming try to grow up seedling in house conditions. For this purpose prepare since fall fertile soil and tanks. It is possible to take flowerpots, containers, boxes. On packing with seeds of annual plants it is written in what terms it is necessary to sow them. And plant seedling on beds in the spring. Remember that not all annual plants transfer frosts.

2. Pay attention to biennial plants - daisies, viol, forget-me-nots, carnation and others. In spite of the fact that in the first year after crops the biennial plants do not blossom, and develop only root system and leaves, you should not refuse them. In the next season these flowers will fill garden with violence of paints. Sow them to the open ground in different terms, information can be found on packing. If you want biennial plants to have blossomed in year of crops, then grow up seedling. For this purpose seed seeds no later than February in the protected soil, and with approach of heat replace flowers in garden.

3. Plant perennials - delphiniums, lilies, peonies, long-term asters, tulips, narcissuses, fragrant violet and many others. Make multiple copies perennials seeds, bulbs or division of rhizome. Sow seeds both to the open ground, and on seedling in February. Pay attention to sowing time as for some perennials optimum term is the spring, and for others – fall. Some perennials, for example, gladioluses, dahlias, dig out for the winter, dry and remove on storage. Chrysanthemums are replaced in big pots, cut off on height of 10-15 cm and put to the basement till spring.

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