Video: How To Rejuvenate A Violet? Violet Rejuvenation Master Class. Photo
Indoor violets bring joy and light to life. It is not for nothing that they are loved and cherished in almost every home. These amazing plants leave no one indifferent, especially during the flowering period. And the variety of varieties on which breeders are carefully working, today it is difficult even to imagine. But it's no secret that these beauties require proper care in return for their charms.
Many collectors sooner or later have a question: what to do with an already far from young violet, which has lost its decorative appearance or was abandoned for a while and almost died?
There is only one way out: you need to put in order and rejuvenate the violet.
To do this, follow the step-by-step instructions and the result will not be long in coming:
- Free the plant from the old pot and remove any remaining soil.
- Use a sharp blade to cut the stem, leaving 2-3 cm below the outlet.
- If the stem is very old, strip it a little, removing the tough crust.
- The cut can be sprinkled with charcoal.
- Remove the bottom leaves and shape the rosette.
- Peel the rest of the stem with a knife until it becomes green.
- Place the violet in a glass of water and place in the greenhouse.
New roots will appear after 1-2 weeks. When they get stronger, you can plant them in a new pot. If everything was done correctly, in a month or two the plant will delight with peduncles and acquire an updated and decorative look.
It is very easy to rejuvenate a violet, and most importantly, to give flowers your love and care when they reciprocate.