Saturday, 17 December 2011

Red Rose Amazing Beautiful Flower!

Some plants have the base of the stem, the bulb, an underground structure with gems, which are born of their shoots. Protected by leaves that undergo changes in color and consistency, is that it stores mineral reserves, which are essential during the rest period before the first buds appear. And it is the kind of "potato" that determines the division between the bulbous, which can be played by corm, tuber, rhizome or bulb.
The corm is compact and has no layers. Inside are not seen leaves and flowers. The Gladiolus is a corm, like Freesia. In tubers, the main feature is the presence of roots throughout the bulb (a bulb and a corm have real roots only at the base). Examples: the tuberous Begonia and Dahlia. The rhizome is a thickened stem that grows horizontally underground, developing several gems. Narcissus: true bulb, increases in volume every year, until reaching its maximum size, are produced then other bulbs that bind to the largest. These divisions can be separated and saved for another plant. The ideal time to reap the daffodil bulbs is when their leaves fall off naturally. By separating the smaller bulbs bulb not do the operation in the sunlight, so they do not dry. It is suitable for cultivation in cold regions of the country. The purpose is to conserve as much as possible the flowers that has been acquired. The flowers are fragile and they must pay the utmost care. Just follow a series of basic care and keep your flowers beautiful and fresh for much longer.
In the box you'll find with the flowers you received, an envelope of nitrates. Put the content in the flowers water. Nitrates provide nutrients to the water to help preserve the flowers longer. Cut the stems about an inch possible in oblique. The stem end dries out during transportation and does not absorb nutrients. By this simple operation will feed your flowers properly. The stem leaves should never be in the water. Cut the lower leaves carefully. Try to keep the flowers in a cool place away from sources of heat or cold as the sun, heating, air conditioners, electrical appliances.

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