By Martyn Cox
Пособие содержит вдохновляющие идеи для разведения растений в контейнерах. Читайте его, если хотите принести красоту и уют в помещении или украсить свой внутренний дворик цветами и растениями.
Вы увидите великолепные фотографии, получите подробную информацию о выращивании фруктов, овощей и растений в контейнерах, узнаете условия выращивания и основные качества растений, сможете использовать подобранные интересные сочетания и дизайнерские идеи размещения растения в доме, на внутреннем дворике и террасе на крыше.
Whether you must convey impression and sweetness interior or costume up your patio with flora or efficient crops, develop crops in Pots is jam-packed with inspirational rules that discover the total diversity of vegetation that may be grown in containers.
With beautiful images, details on growing to be fruit and veggies in bins, and crops prepared via transforming into stipulations and key characteristics for ease of reference, develop vegetation in Pots positive factors intriguing combos and layout rules, displaying vegetation in situ in the house and on patios and roof terraces.
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Really easy to grow, fan palms thrive in the shade of a northfacing room and enjoy some time outdoors in the summer, as long as they are brought in again long before the ﬁrst frost. Keep plants well watered during the growing season, but reduce moisture levels in the winter. Also, mist the foliage every week to increase humidity. FAN PALM OPTIONS There are dozens of cultivars of Rhapis excelsa that are highly prized by collectors. Many are attractively variegated, including ‘Taiheinishiki,’ which has boldly striped yellow and green leaves, and ‘Variegata’ with white-striped foliage.
Spring is also the time to divide rhizomes to make new plants. Clean the rhizomes of compost, then, using a clean sharp knife, cut them into sections, each with a bud, or eye. Pot the rhizome sections in fresh compost. COLORFUL CANNAS 51 Canna choices Canna ‘Richard Wallace’ (syn. ‘King Midas’) is a robust plant with dark green leaves and golden yellow blooms. Canna ‘Black Knight’ has deep red ﬂowers that stand out dramatically against a foil of dark burgundy foliage. Canna ‘Rosemond Coles’ produces vibrant red ﬂowers with golden yellow margins above dark green leaves.
Water and place in a light spot to germinate. When seedlings are large enough to move, transfer them carefully into individual 3in (7cm) pots. An elegant combination of greens and pinks, this display will bloom from early summer until the frost. SUMMER PERFUME 41 Cherry pie Heliotropium Temperature needs Not hardy below 32°F (0°C) Some plants simply don’t live up to their names, but cherry pie does not fail. A bushy annual, its dark green leaves are topped with dense clusters of tiny purple ﬂowers that pack a fruity punch that instantly reminds you of a freshly baked cherry pie.