We look after forzition
A beautiful shrub, Forsythia, was planted on the site, covered with foil for the winter, but by spring no leaves appeared on it. Maybe Forsythia is frozen? Is it possible to grow it at all in our suburbs?
|Forsythia really blooms very beautifully with bright golden yellow flowers and for several weeks pleases with its sunny outfit, especially against the background of a garden that is starting to turn green. Perhaps your bush overwintered unsuccessfully due to the fact that it was a non-frost-resistant species, because only some types of forsythia take root well in the conditions of the Moscow Region (for example, European forsythia, as well as egg-shaped). Maybe she was planted in the wrong place: low and too humid with poor drainage, and she does not like excess moisture. Of course, it needs to be well covered: a newly planted bush can be sprinkled with earth for the winter, wrap the crown with covering material, and lay it with spruce branches. A film for shelter can be used only for the construction of a spacious frame, so that there is a large supply of air under the film.|
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