Flower Growing Guides

Basic Guides for growing various annuals & Perennials.

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Flower Growing Guides

Post by Farhan Ahmed » September 14th, 2013, 10:24 pm

Very Comprehensive listing and details for starting/growing various flowering plants.
http://www.gardening.cornell.edu/homega ... ee139.html

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Post by sana rauf 1 » February 26th, 2014, 12:21 am

Someone's tuberose experience.. please share..

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Re: Flower Growing Guides

Post by Tahir Khan » February 26th, 2014, 6:03 am

sana rauf 1 wrote:Someone's tuberose experience.. please share..
Tuberoses are one of the most easiest plants to grow, they are maintenance free and reward you with spikes of fragrant white blooms. They come in single and double flowered form. This is the right time to plant tuberose bulbs as the weather has started to warm up. plant the bulb deep enough so that the tip of the leaves is visible. When growth starts, fertilize with a teaspoon of DAP fertilizer (if grown in a 12 inch container). Fertilizer quantity will increase or decrease depending where it is grown (Container or ground). Water freely during active growth. The plants can flower two times in a season one in late summer and second flowering in late autumn or early winters. The plant is evergreen if the winters are not harsh in your area.

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