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Clematis, known as the queen of lianas, has many flowers and varieties. It can be planted in the field or in a pot. It is deeply loved by many flower friends
Clematis is a succulent root system, which is not resistant to ponding. Therefore, when potting clematis, pay attention to the sufficient permeability of the pot soil. Clematis is potted with soil. Fermented pine scales, peat and rotten leaf soil are mixed in proportion before planting.
In fact, Clematis likes the pot soil that is slightly alkaline, while the mixed pot soil of pine scale, peat and sapropelic soil is often acidic. LAN Yao suggests that you add a little more plant ash or small charcoal particles to supplement potassium fertilizer, adjust pH, and be more breathable. Clematis is not prone to waterlogging and root rot.
The root system of Clematis Clematis is generally developed, and the root system of Clematis Clematis bare root is often long. Therefore, when planting, we need to consider the placement of root system in the pot soil.
If you directly put Clematis in a flower pot and add pot soil, it is easy to cause the roots of Clematis to be crowded together, which is very unfavorable to the root growth. So when planting, we need to distribute the root system evenly around the basin soil as much as possible.
First, add a small amount of pot soil and base fertilizer to the bottom of the flowerpot, mix them evenly, cover a layer of pot soil, and then make a convex mound in the middle of the flowerpot. Then the roots of Clematis were separated from the middle and placed on the mound.
Let the root system of Clematis distribute naturally around the earth mound. Add pot soil at this time. When the pot soil covers 2/3 of the clematis root system, you can hold the clematis root system and gently lift it up. The root system curled up in the soil can naturally expand, and then add soil to the flower pot.
When planting, we need to pay special attention to the question of whether to bury all the roots of Clematis.
Clematis is easy to get blight. In order to reduce the incidence of blight, we often expose a small part of its roots on the soil surface when planting Clematis. However, Clematis is a plant with bright branches and sun resistant roots. If some of its roots are exposed to the outside, it is difficult to consider the problem of exposure to the sun.
If there are only two buds at the bottom of Clematis seedlings, the blue demon suggests that you first keep a small root segment of the reed head exposed on the soil.
If Clematis has large seedlings with long branches and many buds, it is recommended that you not only bury all the roots of Clematis, but also some buds on the branches close to the lower part, so that these buried buds can form a reserve. If Clematis has bacterial wilt, these buried buds will germinate.
But when burying buds, it should be noted that the buds should be buried around the taproot, not perpendicular to the taproot. Because the buried buds grow roots, they are called new small Clematis seedlings. If we bury them vertically, they will be the mother of Clematis and the seedlings of new buds. Living in the upper and lower bunks, the growth space will be much limited.