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Gardening Flowers Vegetative reproduction

2014-06-19 00:00:00

Vegetative reproduction

propagated by dividing the bush those crops that give a large number of shoots growing from the roots or rhizomes. These include phlox, peonies, chrysanthemums, delphiniums, daisy, feverfew, etc. Technology division as follows: dug bush cut into pieces with a shovel, knife and breaking open arms as little as possible to injure the plant. Each individual piece delenka must be rooted and 2-3 buds or shoot growth. Cuts of succulent roots of peonies sprinkled with powdered charcoal. Survival is improved if the roots dipped in a mash of clay and mullein 10: 1.


tubers. This method is most often propagated dahlias, anemones, tuberous begonias, etc. Pre-germinated tubers and when clearly be designated by the kidneys, they are cut with a sharp knife so that each part has one or two buds.

bulbs and corms Reproduction. Bulbous plants flower bulbs structurally divided into two groups. The first group plants with scaly bulbs white line, the second -with filmy tulip, daffodil, hyacinth. In filmy bulbs of axillary buds formed bulbils-kids that and multiply these plants.

To increase education kids have bulbs crosswise incision or cut Donets. Lilies can be propagated by stem scaly bulbs and the bulb-bulbils, which are formed in the leaf axils. In gladiolus, crocus corms are formed at the base of kids that are used for breeding. Corms can also be divided into parts, each of them should have one or two buds.

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