Many people associate gladioli with the Day of Knowledge and school years. Someone with nostalgia remembers these times, but someone does not want to think about them. Be that as it may, for many years now these elegant representatives of bulb flowers have been considered the main decoration of bouquets of first-graders. Autumn is a time for digging out bulbous flowers, but this is not always necessary.
Anemones or anemone belong to the Buttercup family, which is very numerous. Anemone Prince Henry is the representative of the Japanese anemone. This is exactly how Karl Thunberg described it in the XIX century, since he received herbarium samples from Japan. In fact, its homeland is China, Hubei Province, so this anemone is often called Hubei.
The name of the flower anemone is translated from Greek as "daughter of the wind." Sometimes it is called simply anemone. Perhaps this is due to the fact that with any vibration of the air the petals begin to tremble, and the peduncles sway. Anemones will decorate any garden, they will be appropriate in flowerbeds, and some species look good with solid plantings under the trees.
Species crown anemone native to the Mediterranean. There it blooms early and is considered the queen of the spring garden. We can achieve anemone flowering at the beginning of the season by sprouting the tubers at home and only by the onset of steady heat by planting a flower in a flowerbed. If from the very beginning the castellated anemone was cultivated in the soil, the first buds will appear not earlier than the middle of summer.
The genus of anemone consists of 150 species. Most of them are rhizomatous plants, which are easy to care for, all the problems lie in the dislike of transplants, as fragile roots break easily. A small part of the genus are tubers anemones. Here they are very different from their relatives as the appearance and care.
Alyssum is a spectacular perennial covering the beds with a solid carpet. There are more than 100 varieties of this flower. One of the most sought-after varieties is the Snow Carpet, which blooms profusely in late spring. Description of Alyssum Alyssum Snow carpet - groundcover annual, reaching a height of 10-15 cm.
That plant, which we call mallow, is actually referred to as Stockrose and belongs to another genus of the Malvaceae family. The real mallows grow in the wild. The genus of stockosis includes about 80 species, many of which are found only in garden culture. Malva plant description comes from central and anterior Asia, found in the wild in the Balkans, in southern Russia.
Large bright flowers on high stems, decorating fences and flower beds of summer residents, are familiar to all from childhood. Mallow attracts attention with its decorative and grace. It exists in several forms, by crossing which a magnificent Mallow Terry was obtained. Terry flowers of a mallow belong to the hybrid look received as a result of long-term work of breeders.
Marigolds - it is difficult, probably, to find a person who would never see these flowers in his life. If practicality is peculiar to you, and you like to combine the useful with the pleasant, then these flowers are a real find for you. After all, in addition to the cheerful and sunny mood that they can radiate with their own appearance, marigolds can help you protect your garden and garden from harmful representatives of the animal kingdom, cure various diseases and improve the taste of many culinary dishes.
Carnation Lilipot is a hybrid resistant to cold snaps. The plant is grown in the open air or at home. The group includes a carnation with flowers of various colors: from white, pale pink to rich red tones. Compact bushes require minimal maintenance. General description Carnation Lilipot is a perennial plant developed by the Japanese company Sakata.
Needle asters will decorate autumn flower beds in the garden and flower arrangements. Plants are annuals and require cleaning at the end of the season. For planting choose a lighted place on a hill. The flower is resistant to lower temperatures, easily tolerates short-term drought. For abundant flowering, it is enough to water the plantings and periodically make mineral fertilizers.
There are such flowering plants that are not given to everyone to grow, and not at all because they are very difficult to sow or need some special, extremely complex care. Simply, growing them requires, above all, patience and patience again. On the other hand, if it turns out to bring the cultivation process to a victorious bloom, then a person can “get sick” with these flowers for a very long time.
Probably, there is no such grower who would not grow phlox. These flowers grow everywhere, they decorate not only flowerbeds and borders, phloxes can often be found in parks and gardens, but their true connoisseurs create whole floxaries. Virtually all varieties of this plant are perennials, only Drummond phlox blooms for only one year.
Astra pomponnaya - one of the types of garden asters. According to the new classification of plants, they are referred to the genus Kallistefus of the Astrovye family. The correct name sounds like "Callistephus Chinese." This is a one-year or two-year culture, the place of growth is Eurasian countries, the initial appearance is in China.
Shabo's carnation is the most recognizable and beloved by many gardeners of the variety of carnations. This is a hybrid look, memorable for its aroma and grace. Grown in any region and in almost every plot. Even fastidiousness in the care does not stop summer residents. The color scheme of the plant is so diverse that it is difficult to list all the variations.
In the world of flowers there are commercially beneficial varieties that are in demand always and everywhere and are in consistently high demand from gardeners and landscape designers. This flower is alissum - a ground-cover plant with a very abundant flowering and unpretentious nature. Shades of an alissum can be very diverse, its bushes are compact and able to grow rapidly, covering a large area of land, another advantage of this plant is the honey aroma that envelops the bushes.
Paniculised hydrangeas are becoming increasingly popular among gardeners. Plants are valued for their simplicity, ease of care and decorative properties. One of the new varieties is hydrangea Fraise Melba. New attractive lush inflorescences with an unusual color. Botanical description Paniculate hydrangea - a decorative abundantly flowering shrub, frost-resistant and unpretentious.
And the area in front of the house, and a small courtyard, and even a balcony with a terrace can be transformed beyond recognition if they are decorated with a blossoming vine. Clematis can best handle this task. This article focuses on the clematis of the Piilu variety, its description, photos and reviews of gardeners who grow it in various parts of our country will be given.
The garden will shine with new colors if you plant a bright clematis blossoming in it. Dr. Ruppel. Knowing the secrets of cultivating exquisite vines, they choose the landing site correctly, in a corner protected from the heat of the sun, and are regularly fed. Clematis also requires shelter for the winter. Description Clematis Dr. Ruppel strikes with amazing large, 15-20 cm, flowers with a cheerful coloring of two shades of pink: with a more saturated stripe along the center of the petal and a bright border.
Gardeners who already have experience growing lilies in their plots know that these flowers, despite their luxurious beauty, are for the most part very unpretentious and require minimal maintenance. But the variety of lilies is large and not all of them can boast of such properties. At the glance of a beginner, flowers that are similar in appearance can vary greatly in their requirements for the place of growth, soil type and methods of reproduction.
Astilba is an ideal option for decorating shady corners of the garden. Plants look good in single and group plantings. Astilba blooms profusely with regular watering and dressing. The size of the bush and colors depend on the variety. The flower is resistant to frost, tolerates temperature fluctuations in the summer.