What flowers can winter at home in pots to return to the flower bed in spring?

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Kattty
Kattty
Answered on November 30, 2014 12:29
I have many plants wintering at home. Even to be honest, I choose these - I like to replace them every year (and even less) from my favorites I can name gacinia, surfini, felicia, fuchsia and pelargonium. As once grew and kufei and heliotropes. but in general, I heard that so many varieties can be left on the overwintering they should choose the right place. it is better not in the apartment itself but on the bright glazed balcony - a balance of heat and light is maintained. and some more need to plant in separate containers, and some even in boxes can be. but it depends on a particular variety
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fryfry
fryfry
Answered on November 30, 2014 12:53
Tulip and gladiolus bulbs must be taken home for the winter. They need to lay out in one layer to dry.After a week you need to process them - remove the remnants of the stems, daughter tubers ... And then pour in baskets or boxes and store in a ventilated room.