Arrange beautiful garden on your balcony under the force of even a beginner florist, because the plants bloom profusely all summer, you should consider a few simple rules in their planting and care.
You will need
- - Nourishing and substrate-friable
- - Mineral and organic Fertilizer-
- - Balcony boxes and flower kashpo-
- - Seedlings of annuals colors-
- - A support for climbing plants.
Plants grown on the balcony, it is necessaryloose and nutrient substrate. As land in boxes and pots quickly depleted, adding to the soil before planting one teaspoon of slow-acting fertilizer at 2 kg substrate. It is very effective to add to the soil humus in the ratio 2: 1.
That water does not stagnate in the boxes, arrange good drainage. Put on the bottom of the broken shards, gravel or expanded clay, then sprinkle nutrient substrate.
Many plants need to be grown through seedlings. Marigolds, asters, verbena, nasturtium, sweet pea sow at a depth of 1.5 cm Plants with small seeds:. Petunia, lobelia, ageratum godetsiyu and sow on top of the soil. Each culture has its own requirements for cultivation, so you need to create all the conditions to get strong seedlings.
When planting seedlings in boxes, consider the distancebetween plants, because of the season they will grow very strongly and will oppress each other. It should take into account their average size in width and height.
After planting flowers must be abundantly watered and pritenit from direct sunlight. After a few days, the plants take root and shelter can be removed.
Care for balcony plants is not difficult. This watering as the soil dries, feeding 2-3 times over the summer. In addition, it is necessary periodically to tie up vines and creepers to supports, remove the faded flowers and leaves dry.
Water the flowers in the morning or in the evening, with the followingThis procedure is slightly proryhlit ground. The first feeding to make approximately 1 month after transplanting into boxes, the following - once every two weeks, alternating between organic and mineral, root and foliar feeding.