Undoubtedly, snowdrops, tulips, daffodils or hyacinths are an attribute of spring mood. At the very beginning of spring, these sweet and delicate flowers help us forget about the winter storm, and warm our souls in anticipation of real sunshine and joy. Unfortunately, these beautiful plants do not bloom for long, but people still love them very much for their delicate aroma and lovely appearance. In order for this miracle to bloom again next spring, it is necessary to preserve their vegetative ability.
Bulbous plants include tulip, narcissus, hyacinth, hazel grouse, onion. Small bulbs are also called snowdrops, blueberries, muscari, haiandokos. Small bulbs are also called snowdrops, blueberries, muscari, haiandokos. There is always a varied assortment and very attentive and polite managers.
In order for the bulb to form more firmly and develop much better, you need to cut off the bud and flower. And in order to avoid excessive depletion of the plant, the inflorescence should be removed from tulips, hyacinths and daffodils immediately after flowering. The tulip should still have 1-2 leaves, and the narcissus and hyacinth can winter without leaves.
Small-bulbous are dug up annually. The bulbs are laid in an even layer in a low box or box. Under a canopy, the box with the contents should stay for 2 days to thoroughly ventilate. Then transferred to a room with a temperature not lower than 22 degrees. The optimal range is 25-30 degrees. The traditional place for storing bulbs is the attic of the house, where there is good air circulation and a fairly high temperature. So the bulbs are dried for about 10-12 days. Dried bulbs are cleaned of unnecessary old scales, remnants of the earth, roots. After the bulbs are divided into nests. Bulbs that you plan to plant in the ground should be stored until the first half of August at temperatures above 20 degrees. After that and until the second decade of September, they should be stored at a temperature of 17 degrees. The imperial hazel grouse is planted when the roots appear. Bulbous iris is dug up every year, a small plant once every two years. The most important thing for Iridioctium is dry, well-drained soil. They should be dug up in July, and stored until autumn at a temperature of 17-19 degrees in a dark room. Crocuses and other small bulbs can grow in one place for 3-5 years. During this time, they manage to build nests and they can be easily dug out. During the second year of flowering crocuses, you can see the maximum decorative effect, and after 3 years the number of small developing corms increases.