Decorate your garden imperial hazel grouse. subtleties of cultivation
Dec 20, 2019
Fritillaria imperialis - poetic name of the plant of the lily family, has large flowers, resembling lilies and bells at the same time.
Fritillaria height of about 1 meter, is painted in shades of orange, yellow and red, rare varieties are creamy-white color ( "Raddeana").
breeding options are divided into bulbous and less popular seed.
The fact that the bulbs time to go into the ground, can be understood by their roots to grow. Usually this time falls on the last days of August and first of September.
The best place for grouse will be open to the sun and the land should be carefully chosen - after it begins to bloom from early spring (frost are not afraid). That way, creates an excellent opportunity to combine it with other first inhabitants of the flower beds - tulips, daffodils.
And it is noteworthy that if the grouse will live in the penumbra - its bloom in the first place, there will come a little later, and second to last.
The main enemy of this flower is the strong wind gusts are able to dislocate the stem. So sometimes it is supported by pillars.
Care Fritillaria imperialis, in principle, is not something complicated.
For example, in the absence of water it rains fairly 1 time per week at the rate of 5 liters per 1 bush. Watering required to complete the shallow loosening - the root system of the plants demanding to oxygen.
Land with mulch flower, retreating slightly from the stem - to avoid rotting.
To admire the magnificent colors grouse, preferably at a time when its buds are formed, to make fertilizer - ash. To 150 g of this drawing fly ash is dissolved in 10 liters of water and brew for 24 hours, the plants are watered with interevalom 1 once every 10 days.
If the gardener faced with such a problem that the new season grouse refuses to bloom - should think about the conditions of his life. After all, the birthplace of the flower - the edges with hot, dry summers.
Therefore it is possible, because of rainy and cold weather flower bud is not laid.
As a preventive measure, experienced gardeners recommend digging up every year onion grouse after flowering, dried and stored in a warm dry and well ventilated place until the time autumn landing.
Finally, it is useful to mention the fact that the imperial grouse pending cut bouquets - since the damaged plant exudes an unpleasant odor to humans.