7 tips for breeding Lily of the valley

1.Breeding site and breeding mode

If you have some cool places in your yard, you might as well plant some lily of the valley, which is a very easy ornamental plant to plant, and it is also easy to plant, because lily of the valley does not have high demand for light. If planted in the field, lily of the valley is easy to spread. Flowers are like small wind chimes, crystal clear, very beautiful, and can also be used as cut flowers Cutting. Lily of the valley is usually planted with tubers, but it can also be planted by sowing, which will make it easier for tubers to reproduce.

2.Culture container

In addition to plant maintenance, you can also choose larger containers to plant. Sometimes a container can grow a lily of the valley, and it can continue to spread, so that new lateral strains can be produced and grow into a burst plant. Lily of the valley’s underground tubers are very uniform and don’t grow in disorder, so you don’t have to worry about changing flowerpots frequently. In addition, the lily of the valley plants are very small, and there is no problem with potted maintenance.

3.Culture soil

When planting lily of the valley, pay attention to choose loose and fertile soil with good drainage. The best time to plant Valley lily is autumn, and the best time to plant lily of the valley is autumn. It’s better to buy tubers or seeds. Of course, if you miss the fall, you can choose to plant in the spring. Planting in autumn means you can have a wintering period, flowering after the spring is warm. Lily of the valley is a hardy plant, suitable for Northern friends, but not very suitable for hot places.

4.Maintenance in autumn

Lily of the valley planted in autumn can keep a lot of nutrition after overwintering, enough nutrition after warm spring, and can blossom in May to June. At this point, you can cut off its stem and turn it into a family flower arrangement, which will not affect the lily of the valley’s growth, but will also promote better flowering. The lily of the valley flowerpots must be at least 20 cm deep and well drained, so you can lay a layer of water moss or other water retaining medium at the bottom of the pot to prevent the soil from drying out.

5.Preliminary treatment

The planting depth of lily of the valley should not be too deep. It is better to expose the small flower buds of lily of the valley on the soil surface. Maintaining lily of the valley should avoid children and pets, because lily of the valley is a poisonous plant that can be used as a medicine. You should wash your hands after transplanting or changing flowerpots. Of course, you can also buy some tubers that have been processed by the merchants, so you can save a lot of working procedures, and remember to communicate with the merchants clearly when purchasing.

6.Tuber treatment

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. If you’ve just bought lily of the valley tubers, you can soak them in water for about an hour, and then after it absorbs enough water, you can plant them in pot soil.

7.Daily maintenance

The buds on the top of the valley tuber can be slightly exposed. After planting lily of the valley tubers, you can water them through them. If there is excess water outflow, timely pour out, do not allow water to accumulate on the tray. After that, lily of the valley was placed in a place with bright light but no sunlight, and the soil was watered when it was dry, so the soil could not be completely dry. Laying a layer of moss on the lily of the valley can increase the ornamental value and increase the water holding capacity of the soil.