The sowing of biennial flowers

The sowing of biennial flowers

You should also try sowing in june such magnificent biennial flowers as foxgloves, marien bellflowers, coneflowers, evening primroses and hollyhocks. In this year after sowing these flowers form only leaves. The plants then overwinter as leaf rosettes or leaf bushes. In the year 2014, however, the whole blutenfulle is then present in the garden. Many of the plants mentioned above will reseed themselves if the seeds of foxglove and coneflower, for example, are not removed immediately.

A flower meadow should be mowed twice a year. After the bleeding and seed ripening of most flower meadow varieties is the right time of "absensens" come. The second cut will take place around early to mid september. In the past, farmers traditionally tended their meadows for hay production. This resulted in the rough variety of species. Only in very lean sites, a single mowing in the fall challenges the oecological value. If a flat is not cut all at once, the fauna can adjust slowly and have the opportunity to move out of the way.

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