Useful tips for gardeners and gardeners - how to extend the duration of flowering plants in the garden.
Everyone wants to enjoy plants blooming in the garden longer. Extend flowering is quite possible, but for this you need to take certain actions. Sitedom-v-sadu.rugives useful advice to gardeners and gardeners so that your flowers bloom as long as possible.
Useful tips for the garden
To prolong flowering of annuals and biennials, faded flowers or inflorescences should be constantly removed, avoiding the formation of seeds. Annuals used as a curb and ground cover plants (ageratum, lobelia, lobularia, flaxseed) can be cut off when flowering “on a stump”, leaving 8–10 cm of the lower part of the stems, and then water and fertilize. After two weeks, they bloom a second time.
If desired, you can achieve abundant and prolonged flowering of pions from 3 to 5 buds forming on the peduncle. To do this, pinch off some of the central buds, and leave the side ones.The more buds you have left, the more flowers will bloom on the bush, while the lateral bloom later, and the flowering will last.
The blooming of clematis can be prolonged if a part of the shoots grown in spring are cut off 30 cm from the ground. They grow back and bloom later uncircumcised.
Roses will bloom longer and look more elegant if you constantly cut off the flowering flowers, and cut off the entire flowered inflorescences to the nearest five-leafed leaf (leaf of 5 leaves).
If perennial delphinium, lupine and other crops cut off the flowering stems at the base, without damaging the leaves of the rosette, by the fall they will bloom a second time. All perennials will bloom longer and look well-groomed, if you constantly prune the flowering flowers or inflorescences with non-leaf color stems.