Video: Exotic Plants. In The Garden. Middle Lane. Care, Cultivation, Reproduction. Decorative Blooming. Flowers. A Photo
Craving for beauty is expressed in many people. For some, this is expressed in collecting masterpieces of painting, for others it is a craving for sculptures. But the most charming and beautiful thing is the cultivation of magnificent plants of breathtaking beauty! Moreover, for this it is absolutely not necessary to live in tropical and subtropical latitudes. Even in the climate of the Middle zone, it is possible to successfully grow such capricious plants as, for example, the tree fern.
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In open field conditions, this fern does not grow due to low temperatures in winter and shortened daylight hours. However, in a greenhouse, he can feel great and grow up to 15 meters in height.
The rose is truly the queen of any garden. Poets wrote their poems about this wonderful flower. It was sung and continues to be sung today. What could be more beautiful than a garden in which roses grow! They quickly take root when propagated by cuttings. However, it will be better if for the winter the rose bushes are insulated with sawdust after pruning or wrapped with dry reeds. This will protect the flower buds from freezing and in the spring the roses will be fragrant in your flower garden.
Depending on climatic requirements, some exotic plants can be planted outdoors in the warm season. But at the same time, you especially need to monitor compliance with the watering regime. If the soil is too wet, it will lead to acidification and death of the plant. When the soil acidity level increases, it is recommended to reduce the number of irrigations and sprinkle the topsoil with charcoal or ash. Such simple measures neutralize the increased acidity of the soil.
When the average daily temperature in late summer - early autumn begins to decline, you should already think about the upcoming wintering of your heat-loving plants. Those plants that are not too tall are bent to the ground and covered with dry leaves, straw, dry reeds and other heat-insulating materials. And tall plants are wrapped with a film, under which a layer of heat insulators is also placed.