Instructions for successful sowing of flowers
The seed discs are designed for pots 20 cm in diameter and 20 cm deep. The species and varieties are selected for the pot size indicated. You can also use larger ones by combining the discs. There are more seeds in the discs. Leave 1-2-3 roots, which are best developed, after sprouting and shaping.
Blooms from June to October in all colours except blue. It is grown in the sun. Place the disk in the pot and cover it with a little soil – quarter inch. Maintain constant moisture at the start and temperature above 15°C, 20-22°C recommended. You will see the first plants sprouting on day 7. You can leave 2-3 roots in the pot. If desired and possible, you can transfer the rest to other pots or in the garden. At the end of April you can take the pots outside. The soil must be light and well drained. The zinnia can withstand drought. Water once a week. Feeding – 2 times for the whole summer, but not necessarily. To enjoy consistent and abundant flowering, remove overblooms regularly.
The variety used in our drive reaches a height of 35 cm. It blooms from June to the end of October, with orange, gold and yellow flowers. Place the disc in the pot and cover it with a little soil – half an inch. Pot marigolds are unpretentious to soil, but thrive well in well-drained slightly acidic soils. Pot marigolds can withstand drought. In the beginning, water to maintain constant moisture. Water once a week once the plant has formed. Be careful – too much water will damage the plant. The first stems will sprout on the 10th day at temperatures above 12°C. Leave 2-3 roots in the pot. The rest you can sow in other pots or in the garden. You can take outside in April. Feeding – 2 to 3 times.
Pot marigold blooms from May to October. It is not demanding of the soil, but it must be well drained. Place the disc in the pot and cover with a thin layer of soil – half an inch. It will germinate around day 10 at a temperature of 20°C. Leave 1 or 2 roots in the pot. Can be picked 2-3 weeks after germination. Requires sun or partial shade. Watering – regularly until the plant is established and 2 weeks thereafter. Feeding – no more often than once a month. Remove the passed colours.
Blooms from July to September. Thrives well in full sun and partial shade. There are no special requirements for the soil as long as it is well drained. Watering – keep the humidity up. When the plant is established, water once a week near the root. Be careful not to overwater. Asters withstand a drought. Feeding – once a month, as it begins to bloom stop. Leave 1-2 roots in the pot. You can replant in other pots or in the garden. Cut/pinch off the blossoms that have passed.
They are 20-25 cm tall and will delight us with abundant flowers. The soil for the Snapdragon flower should be rich, well-drained and neutral. Thrives well in full sun and partial shade. Watering – maintain moisture in the first weeks, then once a week at the base of the plant. Put the disc in the pot and cover with a thin layer of soil – half an inch. Plants will germinate in 2-3 weeks at temperatures between 15°C and 20°C. Try to leave 4-5 roots in the pot to have more flowers. You can pick in other pots or in the garden.
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Important: If you are using packaged soils, peat mixes and substrates bought from building supply stores, watch the pots for drying. Some of the substrates on offer dry out very quickly, especially if the pots are left in a sunny location. Water regularly to avoid the soil drying out. Maintaining constant moisture is essential for plant germination.
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