Flower irrigation - watering flowers, watering


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To keep our flowers always beautiful and fresh, they must be properly and regularly poured. This is not a problem when you are at home. But what do you do when you travel a few days or even a few weeks?
That is also no problem. Either you plant the flowers immediately in clay or granules, since they need much less water than normal soil. Or, while traveling, they use a water dispenser: a clay cone, e.g. is filled with water, then comes into the earth. There it is sealed airtight. The clay cone is connected with a hose to a water vessel. When the soil becomes dry, a negative pressure is created in the cone and the water is sucked out of the water vessel through the hose. The advantage is that the flowers get as much water as they need. There is no overhydration or underwatering. Their plants will prosper well and they will lack nothing.
The mentioned method is also very suitable for balcony plants. There are also electronically controlled irrigation devices that have to be set when pouring at what intervals. But if it rains a lot, the plants will still be poured as you would have thought, resulting in overhydration. Your plants get too much water and then rinse off.
Irrigation systems are often a case for tinkerers with time
All of the above systems work somehow, but you first have to try and customize them. To put a plant into granules only really makes sense if you have previously discovered that the water requirement then really coincides with your average holiday length. A clay cone must always have a certain size, and how the hose looks and is fixed and what height difference is needed, is also important, so with this solution, you have a whole time of trial and error.
The electronically controlled irrigation equipment must first be installed, and you first have to find out which system works at all. You should really do that, spending a lot of time here is certainly more fun than having to dig up the entire lawn with huge effort to lay an underground irrigation system, which is clogged in your soil structure in two weeks.
The quickest way to get closer to installing a working irrigation system is to find a neighbor who has the same system installed, be it mechanical or electronic, and is working well for a long time.
Professional irrigation solutions
If you have neither the time nor the inclination to explore the functionality of different irrigation systems, only a more definitive solution remains. Here are two possibilities conceivable:

  • The first option is to seek human support, either a neighbor looking forward to a few extra bucks for watering your garden regularly, or a horticultural company to do the professional irrigation of your garden.
  • The second solution is even more radical: You create an ecological garden (or have it planted), which manages without any artificial irrigation.
In such a garden many plants will be settled, which otherwise can prove their sufficiency on roof gardens, and exclusively indigenous trees or shrubs, which have already survived so many summer heat outside of your garden in our latitudes. Often these are the traditional plants that have been forgotten a little bit, seeds for such plants can be found eg. B. at VERN e.V., the Association for the conservation and recultivation of crops in Brandenburg e.V. from 16278 Greifenberg / Uckermark reach under vern.de.
If you really want to have a lawn in such a garden, there is now a brand new micro-clover lawn - a type of lawn that manages without additional fertilization and above all without additional irrigation. This lawn is composed of a special breeding of a particularly small-leaved white clover and other grasses, which together create an ecologically beneficial alternative to the ordinary lawn, which is also particularly easy to clean. The mixed clover binds as legume with nodule bacteria (rhizobia) nitrogen in the air, so this lawn is self-fertilizing. In addition, the scientific experiments with the new lawn mixture showed that it remains lush green even in dry summers, without you need artificial irrigation. Information about the new lawn called Microclover can be found on the developer's website microclover.com.
Irrigation systems for the balcony
Above, irrigation systems for balconies were mentioned, but their functionality should be tested as closely as the irrigation systems for the garden. Here, too, it means for working people with little time: manual labor through helpers or eco-solution; The latter is especially useful if you are so busy or busy that it would be best if your flowers were always self-sufficient.
  • Near-natural designed balconies are planted with native herbs or flowering plants, which make no particular demands with their unfilled flowers.
  • Monoculture is dispensed with, various plants recommended for roof gardens are so modest that they can manage without any additional irrigation.
  • If you strictly stick to plants from our habitat, your balcony can even provide a habitat for many animals in the area.
  • Organic seed for your balcony planting you get z. As in the flail seed shipment from 37202 Witzenhausen under dreschflegel-saatgut.de.
If you make your garden or balcony ecological, that's a little bit of work at first, and you might even need the help of a specialist in the selection and combination of the plants. But later you have the advantage that you really only have to resort to the garden hose in periods of unusually long drought.

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