Requirements for the rock garden (rock corner) – 1

Rock flower corner (rockery) Used vegetation in the garden and yard for the construction of rock gardens and rock flower corners:

The most used and most suitable plant species are the low-growing, tuff-forming, perennial herbaceous species (these are grasses and grass mixtures that have a life of more than two years), as well as rhizome and small-bulb plants typical of the alpine mountain belt.

Also long-flowering annuals (as in the photo provided to us by unforth, for which we thank him) and biennials, coniferous and deciduous trees and shrubs. семена на домати нови

The plants that bloom are selected so that the rock garden has a decorative flower decoration throughout the year (this is one of the biggest challenges even for long-term specialists in the field of landscaping).

Trees and shrubs are used to accent the rock formation.

Vegetation planting:

In areas with milder winters, the vegetation is planted in autumn. In places with long and wet winters, this is done in early spring.

The soil substrate is slightly loosened to break its compaction and to improve the air regime of the soil. Then moisten by abundant proper watering.

Each plant is watered in advance. Then holes are dug so large that the root system of the plant can fall freely into the hole without difficulty.

The distance between the holes is also very important and it depends on the further development of the plant and reaching its maximum size.

The part around the root collar is covered with small stones in order to prevent it from getting wet and to prevent the appearance of weeds.

In small rock gardens it is not good to overdo it with different types of flowers for rock garden, because there is an oversaturation and plants. The stone in the garden plays a very important role. тротоарни плочки нови

Maintenance and proper care of the rock garden in the yard:

Caring for a rock garden is like all garden flowers: cleaning plants and stones mostly from weeds, watering is done regularly, and during the hot summer months must be watered every day and in the morning or afternoon, collecting in the fall of fallen leaves.

Wintering of non-winter-hardy species is mandatory – it is done by covering them with thermal insulation materials (they can be peat, pine bark, sawdust, burnt manure and many others).

Renewal of the soil around the plants in early spring is done with equal parts of sand and leaf, and it is recommended to cut the overblown twigs.

photos: unforth

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