Monday, October 2, 2023

Primrose, the perennial plant that will transform your terrace or garden in autumn and winter

We continue to learn about some plants that bloom when the heat goes away. And today, we set our goal to primroses a perennial plant that blooms during the cold months to bring light and cheer to our outdoor spaces.

The abundant flowering of this plant begins in autumn and lasts until spring. and You can plant it in the garden and in pots or planters. or even within it.

How to care for primrose

This type is very easy to care for. However, you should remember that after the first flowering, the subsequent flowerings will be weaker than the first.

At the beginning of the care, it should be noted that the primroses should a brilliant location (although avoiding direct sunlight), and fresh. You must remember that this species does not like heat, and although it tolerates the cold well, the cold can be dangerous for them. If it is indoors, you should be careful not to heat too fast.

Regarding the issue of douching, you need to water the primrose abundantly, letting the substrate dry between waterings. In the summer you can water every two or three days, while in the winter you can easily water once a week. At this point, it is important to prevent the soil from getting wet with water, or wetting the flowers, because they will fall.

To make the plant grow well, you can use a liquid fertilizer for flowering plants every 15 days since the beginning of autumn, and especially when the buds sprout. And if you use a fertilizer rich in potassium, the flowering will be even more spectacular.

Do this every 15 days with a special liquid fertilizer for flowering plants starting in autumn or when the buds sprout. With a fertilizer rich in potassium you will improve flowering.

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