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Calla plant: all about the care of the dragon root, marsh calla
The Calla plant is by its flowers a decorative enrichment for the garden pond, the mini pond on the balcony or even a bucket - and moreover undemanding. Everything about the care of the also known as dragon root and marsh calla plant here.
Herbstzeitlose - Plants & Care - Difference to wild garlic
Herbstzeitlose - Pflanzen & Pflege - Difference to wild garlic The poisonous plant of the year 2010 is called Herbstzeitlose (Colchicum autumnale). The spelling Herbst-Zeitlose is also common. Although their toxicity may discourage gardeners, it also has good sides: the responsible substances are used in medicine. Make sure, however, that the Herbstzeitlose can be confused because of their similarity with the wild garlic.
Ornamental, Allium - plants, care and propagation by seeds
If your garden still lacks a magnificent eye-catcher, ornamental rose with huge ball flowers is on the spot. In order for the furious flower magic to unfold impeccably, important aspects in the cultivation should be considered. This guide explains in detail how to plant, care for and multiply Allium by seed.
Narcissus poeticus, Poet Daffodil - Care of A-Z
Daffodils are just a part of spring gardening. They are, so to speak, the thriving harbingers of warmer days. This also applies to Narcissus poeticus, the poetic narcissism. Although it does not bloom until April / May, it is something of a bridge to summer.
Hasenglöckchen: Information on toxicity, flowering time and care
Hasenglöckchen are fairly undemanding onion plants. Every spring, they emerge from the sinkhole and form delicate, mostly sky-blue bells. The more plantlets stand together, the more impressive is their appearance. Help with some care to further weave this flower carpet.
Lilies - plants, care and cutting
The most popular Flower bulbs are sun-loving spring flowers - such as early tulips, daffodils and crocuses - that quickly sell cloudy winter thoughts. They are planted until the end of October so that they can still grow enough roots by winter.
Hyacinths - plants, care and wintering
The tulips are probably among the best known and most popular spring flowering plants and rightly so: they are available in all sorts of colors (except blue), often multicolored and the flowers themselves are bell-shaped or funnel-shaped. They are now missing in hardly a garden. Originally they came from Persia, where they got their name due to their shape and the similarity to a turban. Depending on the variety, they grow up to 10 to 60 cm high and grow upright. By the way: Other beautiful spring bulbs from flower bulbs are hyacinths, crocuses, springbeams, lilies and daffodils.
Daylilies, Hemerocallis - plants, care and cutting
Daylilies have become a passion for collecting. The incredible variety of varieties ensures that you always discover new varieties. Their variety of colors quickly engulfs people, making a single plant a whole hodgepodge. Daylilies are also called "the plant of lazy gardeners". They require little care, the fleshy roots store water, so that dry periods are very well tolerated. Over time, they develop into impressive perennials that produce more and more flowers year after year. Although every single flower lives only for a single day, but the plant produces a lot of replenishment.
Care of Calla (Zimmercalla)
Winterlings open their golden-yellow flowers, the garden is still deep winter. Even the snowdrops are still closed when Eranthis hyemalis announce the approaching spring. In order for the fragrant flowers to show what they are made of, various horticultural aspects must be taken into account. This guide to planting and care explains what matters.
Tulip bulbs - sticking, planting and care
Milk Star, Ornithogalum dubium - Care Instructions The botanical name of the orange milk star is Ornithogalum dubium, The plant belongs to the family of asparagus plants (Asparagaceae) and the genus of milk stars.
Grape Hyacinth - Planting and Care Instructions
The beautiful crocuses, tulips and daffodils in spring provide a splendor of color in the flowerbeds, the gladiolus and anemones in the summer and the autumnal season in autumn. Flower bulbs bring a colorful floral splendor every year, if you treat them properly after blooming.
Cut off blooming tulips - how to treat?
Plant the onions in approximately 30 cm wide strips that meander between flowering shrubs and shrubs.
Prairie lily, Camassia - plants and care
Many bulbous plants are of course also suitable as cut flowers for the domestic spring, among them the Camassia. Another option is to start working in the house in winter. This works by first storing the bulbs dry for several months in the dark and then exposing them to light. As a result, the flowering is brought about early and the owner enjoys earlier in the new flowers.
Planting gladioli - when is the best planting time?
Tuberose is a popular garden flower because it produces long flower stalks with many small flowers that grow up to a meter high. It is planted as an onion in spring and flowers in the same year in the period from July to October. Originally, the tuberose has white flowers, but there are now also breeds that produce pink flowers. They exude a very good scent, so tuberose is often used to make perfume. In the private sector, she is therefore also popular as a cut flower for the vase.
Spider lily (Hymenocallis) - care
Exceptional in its shape is the spider lily quite. The bizarre flowers, with their long, narrow petals actually remind of the so dreaded insects, are the eye-catcher of every observer. However, each flower usually has only six of these typical leaves, but spiders have eight thin legs.