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- Until the tulips have faded
- A thoughtful approach by Mother Nature
- Need for action in spring!
- Flower care - once different
- First the perennials, then the tulips. Or the other way around?
This saves space because the tulip bulbs do not have to lie spread on the floor. The net can simply be hung under a roof projection. In order for the onions to survive this phase well, only healthy onions should be kept. Diseased onions should be sorted out before drying as this can spread diseases to healthy onions. These diseased onions should not be added to the compost like any other diseased plant or plant residue. Because from there diseases, of which so far only one plant species was affected, can spread throughout the garden. Such onions should consequently be disposed of in the garbage bin.
Until the tulips have fadedFor many hobby gardeners, the fading tulips are not really a beautiful sight. Once the flowers have been removed, only the green leaves remain. However, it is very important that these green leaves are not immediately removed with the flower heads. Although it is no feast to have tulips with severed heads in the garden, these leaves fulfill an important function. The removal of the flower heads takes place only under the aspect that the plant would form new seeds while the flower heads remain. For these seeds, however, the plant needs the energy needed to grow the onions. However, as the onions will sprout faster than the seeds, the plant should be given the opportunity to use all its power in the formation of the onions.
However, for this to happen, the plant needs the energy from the remaining leaves. However, if the sight of the decaying tulips bothers them, the tulips can move during this time. For this, the onions are dug up and placed in a small furrow in the garden. During this phase, the fading tulips can also be very close to each other. The tulips can stay here until the foliage has settled. The tulips stand here until they are dried up. Therefore, they should be cast at their new location only once again. The bed in which the tulips were before can now be used to plant other plants.
As sad as the sight of faded tulips may be for one or the other, the plant is nonetheless alive.
A thoughtful approach by Mother NatureExperts know that the so-called flower scar is pollinated after the blooming and as a result of which the ovary gradually swells up. With the consequence that new seeds can emerge.
However, experienced (hobby) botanists also know, however, that it is still advisable to circumvent this condition, because the actual plant energy disappears as a result of the seed production process. Energy that Tulip needs first and foremost to stimulate the development of its bulbous bulbs. Because they have been proven to thrive much faster than the seeds.
Need for action in spring!Reason enough, then, to separate the slowly withering flower heads. Certainly, the plant now appears a bit bleak, but this should not be taken as an opportunity, the tulip from now on to pay no attention. But on the contrary.
It should rather be left alone and fertilized and poured regularly. This special kind of care is given to the plant from now until the leaves begin to turn yellowish. Now finally the time has come for the flower bulbs to grow in the ground.
Tip: It happens again and again that in cemeteries or in front gardens tulip flowers are ruthlessly demolished for no apparent reason. No cause for annoyance, because this does not mean the end for the spring flower. The onions can be used well next year.
Flower care - once differentNo matter whether the tulips were planted in the flowerbed, in the pot or in the tub: flowering tulips are indeed a real feast for the eyes.
The fresher the flowers are, the longer you enjoy them when they are beautifully presented in a flower vase or trimmed to perfection as a bouquet on the living room shelf or on the dresser in colorful colors.
The leftover plant remains, however, are less attractive. However, removing them unlovingly is not only unpleasant, but also nonsensical, considering that with good care, colorful tulip splendor in the garden can be expected next year as well.
Because the yellowish or brownish tulip plants in pots, tubs or beds are no longer all that attractive, they can be masked by shrubs or beautiful bush plants.
First the perennials, then the tulips. Or the other way around?Every hobby gardener should allow his plants a rest period in order to give them the opportunity to gain new energy.While the tulip leaves turn yellow and the stems brown and withered after the flowers are cut, the plant bulb is again eager to store nutrients.
Perennials or other plants will cover these unsightly spots in a visually appealing way. But that's not all: the onions have enough scope to produce beautiful flowers in the course of the coming months.
It is perfectly timed here: because most shrubs are pruned just in spring to ensure denser growth, tulips have plenty of room to unfold in all their beauty at this time. As soon as their flowering time is over, the expulsion of the perennial plants can be expected soon.