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Gardening Flowers Cold resistant plants


2014-09-05 00:00:00

Cold resistant plants

soil Prefers light, nutritious. Propagated by seeds and vegetatively -corms, baby. Seeds sown in the fall, the plants bloom in the third year. Babes and corms planted in the fall to a depth of 8-10 cm and grow in one place for 3-4 years. When yellowing leaves July corms are dug and stored until autumn in a ventilated area.

In floriculture

two common species: S. K. spring vernus Wulf., flower up to 3 cm, the color purple, white and purple blooms in April and building beautiful C. speciosus Bieb. up to 12 cm, with lilac flowers up to 6 cm in diameter, blooms in September.

Use in group plantings in open places, stony hills, for winter forcing. Daylily, day-lily, gemerokalis Hemerocallis L.. Lily family Liliaceae Juss .. The genus comprises about 25 species. Homeland -Asia. The genus name is derived from the Greek word hemero -day and kallos -beauty that is associated with short-flowering one day.

rhizomatous plant with thick roots and basal sessile leaves up to 60 cm peduncles up to 1 m tall. Flowers large, funnel-shaped, assembled at the ends of the stems in bunches by 2-12 pc. yellow, orange, pink, white, red color.

Propagated by seeds and vegetatively. Seeds sown before winter. The plant blooms in 4 -5 years. Main reproduction -vegetative, by dividing the rhizomes. This is the most undemanding plant to the soil moisture, light. Flowering of different species and varieties stretched from May to September. Used in group plantings and for cutting.

Lily Lilium L.. lily family Liliaceae Juss .. The genus comprises about 100 species and more than 2,000 varieties. Motherland -Europe, Asia and North America.





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