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02 Sep : 19:32

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mimulus3.jpgOrigin: North and South America
Family: Zhivenichevi (Scrophulariaceae)

Its colors are big or small, sometimes a simple peasant, sometimes with exotic tiger color or stain.

Not as popular as clownish ROOM flower plant is grown polusyanka. The most widespread variety in the market is M aurantiacus.

Luteus - yellow, blooms May-August, to 30 cm high.
Major Bees - red, May-September, to 30 cm
Primuloides - small-flowered, May-September, to 10 cm
Scarlet Bees - red, May-September, to 20 cm
Shep - yellow-brown, May-June, to 25 cm
Orange Glow - orange, May-September, to 25 cm

Irrigation: watering is abundant from April to September. In other months less often and reduce the amount of irrigations, taking care not to soil zasahva.

Flowering: June to September. Mimulis-available hybrids bloom from April to July.

Luggage: Light up polusenchesto, airy and cool.

Substrate: Optimal finger, TKS 2, soil for balcony flowers.

Irrigation, fertilization: Support is always damp and natoryava each week. High demand for nutrients.

Planting: Buy ready-made or grown alone (- »Generation) young plants are planted at a distance of 15-25 centimeters from each other.

Propagation: be propagated by cuttings in spring. asyava culture prior to the February to April or directly in sandacheta in April.

Pests, Diseases: Sashtinska powdery mildew, aphids.

Tips: tiger color varieties suited to growing ferns outdoors. If mimulus grow in a pot, plant export in the summer outdoors (terrace, garden). The best place for growing in the garden because clownish flower loves the fresh air. Withstand very low temperatures (2-3 C). But if it reaches mimulusa no light will get sick and die.

Category: Balcony flowers

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