6 best tiered plants


4. Soaring clouds primrose

It is difficult to find crops more plentifully flowering than indoor primrose.

The primrose is soft or soft (Primula malacoides)

Primroses, with their unique palette of colors, show off with lush hats rising above the leaves. It is the feeling of a blooming cloud that contrasts so beautifully with velvet leaves that makes primrose one of the longline plants.

The primrose is soft (Primula malacoides) or primrose reverse conic (Primula obconica) - both room culture favorites can boast of their longline structure. The modest height does not prevent the plants from manifesting themselves as one of the most massive flowering accents.

Rosettes are oval or bud-shaped, with a wavy or filigree edge of the leaves, this plant is easily recognized. After all, the velvet edge on the leaves and the bright color are so typical of all primroses in both garden and room culture. Soft and pleasant to the touch, primrose leaves create a beautiful bright lower tier pillow under the inflorescences.

Umbrella or corymbose inflorescences of primroses are difficult not to recognize in any company. Complex primrose inflorescences create a continuous cloud or flowering mountain above the leaves. Smaller ones in primrose are soft or large in primrose are inverted, simple flowers with a small eye always look surprisingly cute.

Plant height: from 10 to 30 cm.

Primrose flowering period: in winter and spring, the primrose is mild and the whole year is reversed, it goes on sale from December to April.

The color scheme of primrose: white, pink, red, purple, violet and blue shades.

All primroses without exception are photophilous cultures, cannot stand direct sunlight and do not respond well to the slightest shading. It is easy to choose the temperature regime: primrose prefer cool, the temperature is about 15 degrees Celsius. Normal room rates for primrose are too high.

Primrose rest period: As a rule, primrose is grown as annual plants and thrown away after flowering. But with a cool wintering, they can be preserved as a perennial culture.

The primrose is soft or soft (Primula malacoides).

Home primrose care

Indoor primrose plants are easy to care for. They do not like either drought or waterlogging, require moderate to even watering and gratefully respond to increased humidity (but the spraying method cannot be used). Top dressing is carried out sparingly, primrose suffers from pests and diseases only with a serious violation of the conditions of detention and care. But the timely removal of wilted flowers or pruning after flowering stimulate the appearance of the following waves.

Primrose propagated by seeds that quickly lose their germination.

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