GROWING FLOWERING PLANTS- HERE’S EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW
Doesn’t matter whether you are a child or an adult, nothing can restrain your eyes from the beautiful sight of bright flower petals. You don’t require an ocean of gardening experience to bring that blooming beauty in your courtyard. What you need is real passion for gardening, a little patience and a heart to admire the beauty of those vibrant petals. This blog gives you a precise idea about the basics about flowering plants and what they require.
BEST FLOWERING PLANTS TO GROW
Flowering plants make your garden a colorful delight to your eyes. Flowers aren't just beautiful, some blooms have a unique ability to transform your mood completely. Most of the flowering plants will grow well in your premises if you spare some time with them. Here are some of the easiest flowers to grow in your garden.(PLZ PROVIDE PICS)
- . GLORIOSA DAISY
- PERENNIAL HIBISCUS
WHAT DO THEY ACTUALLY NEED??
A SUNNY SITE
Sunlight is an essential factor that plants need to bloom a flower. Most of the flowering plants require 6 to 8 hours of bright sunlight in their growing season to complete their blooming. At the same time, one should take necessary care not to keep delicate plants under direct sunlight for a long time, as it may cause the plant to dry up. Understand that the sunlight requirement of each plant is unique.
Rich soil is very essential for the healthy growth of a flowering plant. A soil that is not too sandy or too sticky- that’s the correct consistency of soil required. And it is highly advised you to check the pH level of your soil as too much of acidic nature can actually destroy your plants.
Watering is really important for the growth of flowering plants. Start by watering daily for the first week to keep the moisture of soil, but remember not to keep them soggy. After seven days, you can reduce watering the flowers to just a few times each week to promote deep root growth. And if you have layered your pots with sandy soil, do water them often as it drains too quickly.
LITTLE ORGANIC MATTER
Generally speaking, any plant requires around 20 mineral elements or nutrients like nitrogen, potassium, calcium, phosphorous etc. to grow flowers and fruits. But the good news is that these elements are absorbed naturally in your soil. But if you want to add on the richness of your soil, then pour in some organic matters that are widely available in the market today.
So, what are you waiting for?? Refresh the surroundings of your home with a pleasant fragrance all around your home. Just grab some pots and plants and simply ‘WAIT’ for the petals to arrive. HAPPY GARDENING!!