flowers. Monday , September 04th , 2017 - 23:14:10 PM
These flowers can be grown very easily and are beautifully fragrant. They are used in bouquets and even decorations for arches and other kinds of flower arrangements.
Who doesn't love the smell of roses? Their earthy, deep fragrance echoes something you'd smell while standing amidst the trees in a rain forest. Its myriad of colors makes it even more of an attractive flower, blooming in colors of pink, white, yellow, lavender, red, blue and even black. We're constantly sending off roses to loved ones and those we know when an occasion or special event rolls in. But what happens to those roses when they shrivel up and die? No one ever really ponders about what more can be done with a rose, except toss it away at the first signs of its petals browning and drooping. Here we explore newfound ways on what can be done with roses, without having to toss them away when they start to wither.
Before you proceed to choosing your cuttings, the most important step is to choose the spot where you'll root them. It should be in indirect light and as far as the soil is concerned, the experts' advice that the cuttings should have a bed of peat moss and perlite (50% each) cow manure enriched soil and they are reserved about sticking your cuttings in the soil from your yard as it is not sterile and you might have problems with fungi and nematodes. Also a very effective method is to use coir (coconut fiber - you can find it in pet shops) instead of soil it has great drainage and you virtually cannot over-water your plant, besides the roots are even sturdier in this substrate. Once you prepare your pot and fill it with the substrate you prefer, choosing the cuttings is the next step.
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