September is the month you start preparing for spring, the more you do now, you will have a nice spring in the garden.
The days become shorter and colder, and they fall more and more all the time, so this is the ideal time of the year for garden work.
Continue to watering and removing colored flowers so that plants flourish until the first frosts as the summer climate continues.
September can sometimes be a very warm month so it is necessary to water the flowers in pots daily, and if you have fruit in the yard, its vintage should be with work and fun.
When you are at the end of a job, you can make fun with your family and friends.
Fruits and vegetables are stored in wooden crates or in a wooden warehouse that you can make yourself.
In September, begin planting one-year and perennial garden plants.
For some plants you will need a greenhouse, and you can buy it in a cheap and simple way and make or buy it yourself in garden centers, but it’s a matter of choice, finance and, of course, time too.
As for the greenhouse, it’s the right time to plant a night-day or a little tusks that will flourish in the early spring.
- You can plant your maids in your pots and directly into the garden. Place the seeds in the pre-prepared loose soil and cover them with a layer of soil. Pour good. Keep the earth constantly moist. When you grow the plants, dilute them to a 30-cm cubic centimeter.
- The day of the night begins to bloom after 12-14 weeks. Extremely durable plants and even stronger frost. To keep the day and night blooming for a long time, remove the last flowers all the way to the stem. You can shorten the outgrowth of plants up to 15cm and thus prolong the vegetation.
At the end of September you can begin planting a daffodil bulb.
Narcissuses are easy to reproduce, more easily grown and very resistant.
- Before planting, dig the land with a mustache up to 20 cm deep and crush it.
For planting, choose as large, healthy and unshaved bulbs of daffodils.
Plant them at a depth of 10 to 15 cm and the distance between the plants should be from 7 cm to 15 cm.
- Keep drenched light bulbs in a dark and cool place, do not plant bulbs that have started to dry and that are soft.
- Narcissuses are easy to maintain. Remove the flowers that leave the vein and after blooming leaves leave at least a month and a half. After flowering, it takes time to accumulate energy into bulbs for the next year. In the case of spring with low precipitation, it is necessary to water them.
– Tulip and saffron are planted a little later. Even the bulb planting time depends on the climate, if you do not plant them in September, you can plant them in the first half of October if the weather conditions permit.
– September is also the best time to plant trees and shrubs, so use this time maximum. Separate your free time to walk around the garden centers because many plants can be found on sale.
– The secret of successful planting of plants that many gardeners know is actually watering.
Many gardeners use one trick when planting potted plants into the ground.
In fact, the word is to remove the plant from the pots with the soil, root the soil and the earth in a bucket of full water and wait for the balloons to stop.
– Dump the hole, fill it with water and wait for the earth to absorb all the water, then plant the plant in the dug well and pour it again.
- Propagate your pelargonium so that next year you will have new, young plants.
You will do this by taking Pelargonium pelagens as well as other one-year-old plants that you want to breed next season, cut flowers first.
- There is another simple way to save them.
You take from every pelargonian pelargonia (shoots without flowers about 10 cm in length). Remove their lower leaves and place them in larger plastic glasses with water. It will soon begin to play the roots.
- As the roots begin to grow, gradually add a mixture of soil for flowers and sand into the glass. By gradually adding the soil, every few days after a little, you will not have a tangled roots in transplantation, and at the same time will speed up the development of it.
September is the right time to reproduce the rose.
If you have a desire to have some kind of rose for a long time, now is the time to get her cutter and plant it in your garden so that next year you will have it in your garden.
- Reproduction of rose with cuttings is very easy.
Choose cuttings that are healthy, the thickness of the pens, the thicker they will have less chances to receive. The stem should be straight, without curves, about 25 cm in length. Cut them at both ends with sharp scissors, just below the article. Remove the leaves completely, and you can leave a few sheets at the top if you want.
- Then, dig a channel about 15 cm deep in the shady part of the garden and cover a few shovels of fine sand.
Put the cuttings of roses into the dug well, and two thirds of the cutter will be in the ground. Place the cuttings in the ground into the sand that you put into the ditch. Fill the sails around the cuttings to push the air out of it. Pour the cuttings off the ground. Do not move the cuttings too hard to prevent damage, so it is best to press the ground with your hands.