Table of contents:
- Business card
- Ernest Turk is a family business that has existed since the 19th century. Previously, she was engaged in alpine plants and was a supplier of the imperial courts of Spain, England, Russia. The current company in Angers was established in 1912 and is a producer of bulb crops. Since 1980, the company has been engaged not only in the cultivation of bulbous crops, but also in the selection of tulips, dahlias, cannes, gladioli, buttercups, anemones, alstroemeria. 20,000 square meters of greenhouses and 250 hectares of open fields serve 100 people
- Tulips selection "Ernest Turk" (France)
Video: The Use Of Bulbous Crops In The Landscaping Of Public Areas
2023 Author: Ashton Daniels | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-08-25 13:50
Based on the materials of the presentation of the
company "Ernest Turk" (France), at the exhibition "Flowers-2008"
Ernest Turk is a family business that has existed since the 19th century. Previously, she was engaged in alpine plants and was a supplier of the imperial courts of Spain, England, Russia. The current company in Angers was established in 1912 and is a producer of bulb crops. Since 1980, the company has been engaged not only in the cultivation of bulbous crops, but also in the selection of tulips, dahlias, cannes, gladioli, buttercups, anemones, alstroemeria. 20,000 square meters of greenhouses and 250 hectares of open fields serve 100 people
The time has come for planting bulbous crops, which are gaining more and more popularity in landscape gardening. There are two reasons: the relative cheapness of the planting material, combined with a high decorative effect, and ease of cultivation.
Among primroses, bulbous plants hold a leading position, and it is important for autumn planting to choose the right color combinations, as well as species and varieties for the organization of continuous flowering. You can combine early flowering snowdrops, chionodox, scillas, crocuses with later tulips, daffodils, hyacinths. Small-bulbous can be placed on the lawn, as they withstand mowing. Tall imperial hazel grouses will look good in the center or in the depths of the flower array.
Bulbous plants can be combined with each other, as well as with biennials and perennials. Joint planting of early tulip varieties with late tulips prolongs flowering up to 1.5 months, while the flower array is constantly changing. When choosing varieties, it is necessary to take into account not only the color scheme, but also the timing of flowering. Peony tulips, even in mono-plantings, give a long-term decorative effect from 3 weeks to 1 month. Curtains of lily-colored tulips are unusually graceful.
Large plantings of daffodils look impressive, which can also be mowed. Daffodils look good in arrays with a total area of no more than 10 m 2, especially in combination with other early spring crops - primroses, daisies, crocuses, Alpine forget-me-not, arabis. Varieties can be matched in color in mixborders, but it is better to have separate spots of 100-200 bulbs. It is better to choose a single grade for the border. In one place, daffodils can remain without digging for up to 6 years.
Conifers, ornamental shrubs (spirea, barberry, cotoneaster, almonds), evergreen Mahonia, rhododendrons serve as a good background for bulbous plants.
The advantage of many bulbous crops is the possibility of naturalization, which is especially important when decorating a landscape in a natural style. Botanical tulips, crocuses, snowdrops, redwoods, muscari, hazel grouses, most daffodils do not require annual digging and are suitable for naturalization. The wide color palette of these plants allows you to create spectacular compositions, while the care is limited to watering and does not require large costs.
Tulips selection "Ernest Turk" (France)
|French passion||French Class||French lover|
Until the very end you will be nice to meLush flowers native to the NorthK. BalmontHungarian lilac in the square on Five Corners Square (Murmansk)The city cannot be cozy without a green outfit. Bright decorative compositions of plants create special comfort, the need for which in the northern regions is due to unfavorable climatic and other stressful conditions (long winter, critical ecological situation, isolation of many residents of the Murmansk region from their homes)
We all see how our cities and towns have become prettier over the past few years. The state allocates significant funds for landscaping and landscaping. Now every square meter of unpaved land, every tree or shrub is under close supervision of specialists
July is the top of summer. At this time, it is usually very hot during the day, and the soil often lacks moisture, and in greenhouses there is generally real heat. But it turns out that even in this, it would seem, well, quite unfavorable month for vegetable crops, you can not only plant very many crops, but also get really serious harvests
October came into its own. Autumn bloomed the leaves with gold and purple, leaving only a few of them the same green color, adding yellow colors to it. In the gardens, asters, chrysanthemums, dahlias …Gardeners, admiring the beauty of autumn, do not forget about the pressing issues of October - to put in the bins not yet fully harvested root crops, tomatoes, cucumbers, apples and plums, as well as to sow and plant some crops of the future harvest.F
Summer is in full swing, it's July. Work is in full swing in the gardens and vegetable gardens, we serve our plants in the hope of getting a beautiful and long flowering, bright decorative foliage, a tasty and rich harvest. Carrying out standard care operations, in particular, feeding plants, we often see a completely different result than we expect - a green pet should be happy and grow well, having received additional nutrition, and suddenly it begins to wither