Why planting and caring for anemones amusing? Because in the end you can get a very beautiful flower bed.
How to grow an anemone
Growing an anemone is extremely entertaining. In many ways, care will be associated with the type of anemone - there are many of them in nature. Certain types of anemones can be grown in our climate. Their flowers are very diverse, they can be double or ordinary. They can grow and bloom profusely until autumn.
How to grow this miracle? Every florist should know about this. In order not to know the bitterness of disappointment - consider the basics of flower cultivation:
- There are primroses among the anemones. This means that they are hardy;
- In a frost-resistant variety, a flower may first appear, and only then foliage grows;
- It is better to dig up crown nodules for the winter. The cold climate is hard for them. They must be dried and stored somewhere to be cool, mixed with dried sand. In the spring it can be planted, only at first you will have to revive them a little - for example, wrapping the nodules with a wet rag for two or three days. The result is worth the effort! This variety is very beautiful;
- Each type of soil needs light, necessarily nutritious;
- The landing hole must be arranged with a drainage layer;
- Spring waters are dangerous milking anemones! More precisely, its stagnation;
- Let the sun warm the landing site.
Here are the general rules. Varieties can be selected so that they bloom all year round, if the climate permits. If not, then from the moment the snow melts until autumn or winter. Loosening disturbs these plants. The way out is mulching. If planting anemones and caring for it take place in winter, then you have to cover the plantings, for example, with leaves.