The common planting methods of lily of the valley are sowing and ramet propagation. When pedicels appear in lily of the valley, top dressing can be carried out after flower withering, and it can also be applied once a year in autumn.
Lily of the valley
Spring and autumn are the growth seasons of lily of the valley, while winter and summer will enter physiological dormancy. When Lily of the valley pulls out the pedicel and grows buds, all fertilizer and water should be stopped to avoid the flowers from withering ahead of time.
However, the fragrance of lily of the valley can significantly inhibit the growth and reproduction of Mycobacterium tuberculosis, Staphylococcus and pneumococcus in the air. Many people mistakenly eat fruit, or take its dry products or preparations, resulting in many body parts discomfort, serious even death.
In autumn, the seeds are washed out from the red ripe berries, which can be directly sown on the seedbed in the open field, and germinate in the spring of the following year. At ordinary times, copper fungicide should be used regularly to prevent and control, and it is strictly forbidden to collect seeds from diseased plants.
Lily of the valley potted maintenance is very suitable, just like the cream narcissus flower or tulip that we usually grow, all go through the freezing period in winter. If you have warm weather all the year round, you should bury the tubers in the lower part of the refrigerator for 4-6 weeks after it gets cold in autumn and transplant them to the soil.
Lily of the Valley regards powdery mildew and leaf spot as common diseases.
It is said that Lily of the valley cannot be grown with purple clove and cream Narcissus flowers.
Remember not to put it outdoors to receive direct sunlight, to appropriate shade, it is best to accept mild astigmatism. It is applied once before flowering in early spring and late autumn to provide suitable temperature, water and light conditions.
It takes 5-6 years for seedlings to blossom Lily of the valley plant method is as follows: after not falling leaves, dig up the small bulb at the top of the rhizome and put it in the room at 2-3 ℃ for 2-3 weeks. Low temperature and darkness must be given first to facilitate plant The growd land should be deeply ploughed for 20-30cm, and fully decomposed organic fertilizer should be applied.
Proper illumination and temperature
Lily of the valley is a kind of flower that likes long sunshine very much and can’t bear shade. Otherwise, it will affect the growth of the next year, and it is easy to cause frostbite when growing in a relatively low temperature environment for a long time.
Its flowers are generally milky white, like a bell, like a shy girl with a low head, giving a very elegant feeling. However, the compound fertilizer should be placed at the lower part of the flowerpot, and direct contact with the root of the seedling must be avoided.