May holidays are already very close, which means that the summer season is literally on the nose. Surely, many summer residents are already wondering - how can you transform your personal plot after a long winter? This is not as difficult as it seems at first glance.
Probably almost everyone has heard of the Hanging Gardens of Babylon in ancient Babylon and that the ancient Greeks grew trees in huge tubs. This experience of the ancient gardeners has not been forgotten. The reason for the recent increase in interest in growing flowers in containers is not hard to understand. The advantages are obvious - the mobility and variability of pot compositions, which is undoubtedly convenient if you need to quickly decorate any part of the garden (for example, for a family celebration). Moreover, it fully satisfies the desire of every true gardener for constant change. In this case, there is no need to prepare the soil for a long time over a large area, weaken the plants by transplanting, and if you want to collect species with different watering requirements and soil characteristics in one composition, then you can simply put the containers in which they are planted next to.
In pots outdoors, bulbous flowers feel great: irises, dahlias, gladioli, lilies, daffodils, begonias, tulips. A riot of colors, a variety of varieties and unpretentious care are just some of the advantages of bulbous. With their help, it is easy to turn your site into an elegant, truly summer garden.
Even the most stony and unsuitable for floriculture area can be literally revived by placing containers with plants on it. Veranda pots, picnic areas or mobile flowering groups can be easily separated and moved to a new location.
Old boxes, watering cans, barrels, flowerpots, troughs, baskets, pots and hanging pots are suitable as decorative containers for flowers. Let nothing hold back the flight of your imagination, feel free to experiment with shapes and colors! Create your country pictures from living plants for the delight of yourself, your friends and neighbors.
And at the end of summer, pots of flowers can simply be taken home and used as indoor plants until next summer.
Based on materials from Fleishman-Hillard Vanguard Agency