Advice 1: How to plant Jasmine

Jasmine or mock orange is a beautiful decorative shrub with a pleasant aroma. Put him in the garden of his country house and in the garden under your window in a city apartment – this plant will delight you each spring.
How to plant Jasmine
You will need
  • Seeds, shovel, straw, branches, a pouch made of a rare fabric, peat moss.
After you have bought the seeds, place them in a tightly closed glass jar or sealed plastic bag and put them in storage in a cool place.
Autumn ridge pre-prepare where you will plant the Jasmine. Take a shovel and dig a small pit under a planned landing. Consider the fact that the seeds Jasmine should be planted to a depth of 25-30 cm, including snow cover.
Shortly before sowing, take your seeds of Jasmine, place them in a pouch made of a rare fabric and within one to two hours steep them in water at room temperature. After that, cover the seeds with moss or prikolice in moist peat and do not touch for a few days.
After three days, remove the seeds and drain again. Now, they can be planted in the ground.
Choose a windless day in late winter, when the temperature is not below -10, and proceed to landing. After you have dropped the seeds on a position for them, cover the ridge with straw and twigs.
In the spring, carefully remove the coating and make the young sprouts are protected from direct sun. Then Jasmine will be fine without your help.
Useful advice
You may want to propagate Jasmine no seeds and cuttings. In this case, you must choose not too branching stalk, to cut it with garden shears and pikaloti it in a safe place – a greenhouse, pre-hiding it from direct sunlight, or in the basement. After the cuttings have wintered in early spring, planted it in open ground.

Advice 2: How to propagate Jasmine

Jasmine called two kinds of plants belonging to different families: Jasmine is a deciduous or evergreen shrub of the olive family, and mock orange, belonging to the family hortenziyevyh. In Central Jasmine grown in rooms or greenhouses, in summer on the air. Mock orange are more hardy and used to decorate gardens, without the need for special shelter for the winter.
How to propagate Jasmine
You will need
  • - IAA;
  • - peat;
  • - sand;
  • - coniferous land;
  • - ground sheet;
  • - rotted manure.
Jasmine is well propagated by cuttings. Cut seedlings with this plant possible in the spring and summer. Spring for rooting cut annual shoots length of about fifteen inches in the summer for this purpose, harvested green cuttings.
Before planting the cuttings of Jasmine it is recommended to treat with a solution of IAA. For this, dissolve one pill of the drug in the two and a half liters of water and immerse the bottom part of the harvested cuttings in the liquid for six hours.
Mix the substrate of equal quantities of peat and coarse sand, put the cuttings in it and cover with a transparent lid. The air temperature in the greenhouse with cuttings should not fall below twenty degrees.
Rooted cuttings are planted in individual pots. For the cultivation of Jasmine the acid soil, mixed from two parts peat, coniferous and leaf soil and one part sand.
Jasmine watered with warm soft water. In the summer it should be done so that the soil was slightly moist. In winter, watering can be reduced, but if the temperature is above twenty-two degrees room Jasmine will need spraying.
Chubushnik varietal propagated vegetatively, by cuttings or by dividing the Bush. Species mock orange can be grown from seed. Sow this plant in the fall, winter and spring.
Before spring sowing, seeds are soaked. To do this, put them in a bag made of cloth and soak in water for two hours at room temperature. Wrap the soaked seeds in wet moss for two days.
Gently Pat dry the treated seeds on paper and sow into the earth. Per square meter of soil you will need one gram of seeds. Sprinkle the crops with a thin layer of peat.
Fall and winter mock orange can be sown without prior soaking. Fall – in groove made in the ground in winter in the snow to a depth of about thirty inches. When winter sown per square meter will require twenty five grams of seeds.
Order mock orange has kept the signs of varieties, it is propagated by cuttings, which are cut with woody shoots, and green. Ceramcoat this plant in the spring and summer.
Cuttings with a length of fifteen to twenty centimeters are planted in a mixture of equal amounts of garden soil, rotted manure and sand. Before planting, the shoots and remove lower leaves and the upper leaf blades are cut by one-third the length. To mock orange-rooted, pricenice a bed with cuttings and keep the soil moist.

Advice 3: How to replant Jasmine

Jasmine garden, or mock orange – plant unpretentious, can grow and flourish in almost any corner of the garden. But best of all it will be in the sun and where it does not inhibit other trees and shrubs.
Fragrant Jasmine in the garden
You will need
  • - shrub of Jasmine;
  • - the planting hole;
  • - shovel;
  • rope;
  • - humus;
  • - mulch;
  • - kornevin;
  • - water.
If there is a need to transplant a Bush of Jasmine, doing it better scheduled in the middle or at the end of October. Summer transplanting is not necessary. During the growing season, the plant spends on education foliage and flowering all previously accumulated nutrients after flowering he needed at least three months, to gain strength, otherwise it does not take root in a new place.
A Bush of Jasmine, intended for transplantation, it is first necessary to tie a rope, not to break the branches. Then the ground under the Bush thoroughly to shed a large amount of water. Depending on the size of the Bush, the water will go from six to ten buckets. You need to wet the entire root system is deep, then the Bush will be easier to extract, and the roots will get less damage.
Once watered, the soil will absorb all the water, a Bush, a hole should be dug in a circle, stepping back from the trunk 25-30 cm After that Bush can dig up, cutting the roots that remain outside of the circle. If you want to propagate Jasmine, that is, to get from one hive, you can split it into parts by cutting along a sharp shovel.
It is necessary to prepare the place for the transplant. Dig the pit width and depth of 60 cm by digging pits, the soil develops into two piles – one lower, the other upper. They laid on the bottom of a little organic matter mixed with soil. It should be well rotted manure or compost. On one hole, rather than 1 to 1.5 pounds of ready mix. In a pit filled with 3-4 buckets of water, and it is left for half an hour. You can pour into the hole a handful of granulated complex fertilizer of prolonged action, or simply the superphosphate and two handfuls of wood ash.
Bush carefully, trying not to damage the branches and the root kom, is dragged to the landing site. It is installed vertically to the bottom of the planting hole, the roots straightened, watered kornevina ("Zircon") and backfilled with earth. The ground should be well compacted. After that branch can start the hive again to pour water 3-4 buckets on the Bush if the weather is dry. If it is rainy – it is sufficient for 1-2 buckets. Tree trunks to mulch leaves, pine needles or wood bark.
Old Jasmine bushes at the age of seven or eight years, root worse than the young.
Useful advice
When selecting a location for the Jasmine, it is better to prefer the South side in the Northern Bush will be worse to grow and bloom poorly.

Advice 4: What to plant on 3 acres

If you have a small plot of land, equal to three acres, with the right planning it is possible to grow everything you need. First draw a breakdown of the territory on paper, then transfer it to the site.
What to plant on 3 acres

How to make virgin soil 3 acres suitable for growing garden and vegetable crops

Three acres is 30 square meters. For some it's enough, and to some it will seem a vast expanse when you need to dig, to water, to loosen, to weed beds.

If you got virgin, never treated area, it will be covered with grass that grew freely there for many years. To get rid of it in several ways. If you are not afraid of chemo, then water the area with herbicide (roundup, ground, Killer, etc.) in a few days the grass will pougnet and die. But this year it is impossible to plant vegetables, it is better to wait until the next.

The second method also is designed for 2 years. With the help of the cultivator dig the earth which will be allotted for the garden, if possible, choose weeds. They need to be dried and burned and ashes used as fertilizer. In this area plant the potatoes. He will give a good harvest, as the vegetables in this area still did not grow, so nutrients in the soil and few pests. When in early September you will harvest, you will be surprised how loose, loose was the ground and how little her weed. In this it is already possible to plant anything. Start to plant trees, shrubs, strawberries immediately after harvest of potato.

What to plant

Draw on paper the shape of your plot, label directions. Start planning of crops on three acres on the North side. Here is the place fruit trees. They will be covering the garden from the cold North winds and will not shade lower plants.

On three acres, you can plant a couple of Apple trees, pears, plums. Pears are good to place in front of the solid fence, he will save them from the North winds. Maintain a distance from the fence and between the trees in 3-4 meters.

Retreating the same towards the South, plant the shrubs. The optimal can be different – plant a red, black currants, gooseberries along the Western side of the fence. Raspberries will grow well near the Eastern. Grapes, as Actinidia grows up, so will not take much territory. Grow on a trellis for these fruit-bearing plants, and curly flowers.

You still have a large area that extends to the South. Here crack patch. Put what you need for your family. At the end of April – radishes, dill, parsley, lettuce, carrots. At the beginning of may – beets, onions.

On 3 acres is a place for two greenhouses, their post length from North to South. To save space in early April, put them in green crops for early consumption, in mid – may- cucumbers and tomatoes.

A lot of potatoes in this area to put will not work, but there is a place for tubers, which is enough for consumption in August and September.

Along the Central walkway plant flowers, they decorate the garden and will delight the eyes.
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