How to look at flowers? What should we pay attention to flower care? These questions are often asked by people who grow flowers at home or at work. If you do what you do, if you take care carefully, sometimes your flowers may not look as good as you want. You may be paying enough attention and attention to them, but each flower has different characteristics. This means different care for each flower. So, how do you set the best place for them? You should not put your fatigue in your house at random. Because not every spot is suitable for successfully growing them. The places you choose for plants need to meet the basic needs of the plant. The plant in which the plant is placed should receive the necessary light for the plant, provide adequate humidity and appropriate temperature. Light, humidity and temperature are the most important factors in healthy plant growth. We put our seeds very close to the window. But the flowers are exposed to too much sunlight. Most of the flowers do not like direct light.
Light for plants
Light is crucial for the development and growth of plants as needed. When the plants we are talking about are placed in very dark places, they lose the appearance of healthy plants. This is why plants grow better against a light colored wall and worsen against a dark wall. If the plant has to be placed in a dark place, this problem can be solved with the help of artificial light.
Temperature for plants
The hall plants we have grown in our homes are always of warm climate, even though they have come from the greenhouse. Continuous and frequent relocation will be detrimental to our plants. The ideal temperature values for plants should be as follows. 27-28 ° C (80 ° F) Maximum temperature for room plants in high air humidity. 22-23 ° C (72 ° F) Maximum temperature for the vast majority of hall plants. 15-16 ° C (60 ° F) Lowest temperature for tropical hall plants. 12-13 ° C (45 ° F) Minimum temperature for known salon plants. 5-10 ° C (36 ° F-42 ° F) Winter temperature for sturdy hall plants.
Sufficient Water Amount
Experiences are needed to know when and how much water the plants need. Here your fingertips will gain experience over time and feel the difference between wet (water leaks from the ground), moderate humidity and dry (the finger feels no moisture). As long as you apply this simple method, you will be able to measure the degree of soil nec- essary that is day by day. At the same time, the plate of the pot and the plate under it should be checked frequently. The drainage of the pot should be well built and the water should not accumulate on the bottom.
When is the pot changed?
It is not difficult to change the pot unless it goes beyond the rules.
If there is a visible deceleration in the growth of the plant,
If the plant begins to wilt in color,
If there is an image of roots emerging from the lower holes of the pot
It's time to change the pot.
How to Change Flower Pot?
If you have just bought a new pot, you should keep it in limed water for 24 hours. If the pot is old, it should be used after it has been thoroughly cleaned with water inside and outside. One of the basic rules is that the pot drainage is good. Because the water roots that accumulate at the bottom of the pot can rot.
One side of the pot is lightly hit hard, allowing the plant to freely get out of the pot.
Place a few litter of spruce over the spout hole at the bottom of the new pot, then place 3 cm of fresh soil on it.
After the old soil is shrunk from the root of the plant, it is placed in the center of the plant pot.
The remaining space should be filled with fresh soil with 1-2 cm space at the top of the pot, and a hard landing should be made to compress the soil.
Once the replacement process is over, water is given until the soil is completely humid and a new, bright and warm place is taken to avoid the sunlight, ensuring that the roots meet their new environment.
Pruning is necessary in order to ensure the branches start branching from the lower parts of the hall plants, which have woody structure and overdrawing characteristics. Some plants grow very long, others grow large. As a result of careful pruning they can regain their natural shape. Pruning is usually done in the spring. Some plants are pruned after the flowers have passed. In order to attenuate the higher exiles that grow faster during the growing period, soft side shoots are taken to provide better growth of lateral branches and more flowering. The tools to be used in the strand must be sharp. Otherwise, the uncovered wounds will cause the plant to refute and die.
Flower Selection by Month
February: Violet or Red Rose
March: Fulya or Nergis
May: Pearl Flower
July: Prophet's Flower
December: Atatürk Flower or Nergis