The act of planting, for a flower, is important for the blooming and lifespan of your plant.
How to plant a flower, here are the tips to succeed your planting. flower
Key points to remember
Exposure: Depends on the variety
- a perennial flower
- a hand trowel
- a cultivator
- a spade
- a basin for water
- soil mix
Ideal season: Spring, beginning of summer, fall
How to plant a flower, step by step
Step 1: Select the flower’s location and exposure. The best kind of exposure depends on the flower: check what the label says.
Showcase your plant by considering adjacent colors and the height of neighboring plants. Your arrangement will look more elegant.
Step 2: Remove the plant from its pot and dunk the clump in a water basin or a pail filled with water.
Step 3: For the planting, dig a nice hole. Mix the garden soil you’ve dug out with soil mix.
Step 4: Thread the cultivator along the roots of the clump to disentangle them.
Step 5: Layer some of the amended soil you’ve prepared, position your perennial at the center of the hole, taking care to spread the roots well.
Step 6: Backfill carefully with the remaining soil, without damaging the leaves.
Press down lightly and water.
Here are our video tips on how to plant a flower:
Smart tip about planting flowers
When your flower starts growing too large, prepare cuttings for yourself and for your friends. It will actually grow back much nicer.
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