Home & Garden These 5 plants show their flowers

13:06  13 january  2022
13:06  13 january  2022 Source:   haus.de

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in January only because partially minus degrees prevail in January, that does not mean that you have to do without a spring-like flower splendor in the garden. We introduce them five plants that show themselves from their most beautiful side despite the icy temperatures.

Pflegeleicht: Der gelbe Winterjasmin benötigt in der kalten Jahreszeit keinen besonderen Schutz. © Provided by the house Easy to care: The yellow winter jasmine does not require special protection in the cold season.

Without disturbing leaves, winterblawer can be pollinated much easier, as in many cases the wind perform this work. And if plants rely on insects for pollination, this is also an advantage. The few insects flying to mild winter days are not picky. As a result, the plants with their seed formation are already finished in spring when the other plants are still in flowering. If it freezes stone and leg, the plants usually close their flowers.

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1. Luminous wood: Chinese wizard

from January to March, the three to five meters wide and also high large shrubs of his viewers with its colorful flowers. These are yellow, orange or red. The Chinese wizard (Hamamelis Mollis) prefers a sunny and happy somewhat protected location. Helpschatten also tolerate the shrubs

, but then often flourish less. The floor should be nutritious and humus-rich, but under no circumstances was staggered or compacted. After plants, magic nuts want to be left in peace.

2. Winter snowball

The winter snowball is also called Bodnant Snowball (Viburnum x Bodnantense 'Dawn'). At the end of January, the musk herbal plant begins with his main blossom, but already in November, it is often torn to present his fragrant, rose flowers. The bushes under the age of up to three meters love a location in the sun or in half shade. Old shrubs can be rejuvenated by cutting the oldest shoots ground close.

3. Snowmose Already around Christmas excited the snowmart with its white flowers and is therefore also referred to as Christrose (Helleborus Niger). The up to about 30 centimeters high Winterharten Stauden

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dear shady to half shady places under foliage pounding bushes and trees. In longer frost periods, the plants work together their quite tender flowers, however, and the whole plant works dry. With again rising temperatures, the perennials recover quickly. Once planted, you can grow christroses best in peace. They do not want to cut, divided or transplanted.

4. Oil tree groats: Yellow Winter Jasmin from December to February, the hollowing climbing plant

shows in a yellow flower dress. Yellow Winter Jasmine (Jasminum Nudiflorum) is a good three-meter high and has grew from home a quite austerity and needs a rank aid as a spreading climmer - if the plant is upright and not to grow as ground boilers. Winter Jasmus flowers on boys and can be cut back after flowering. Old plants can be rejuvenated.

5. Bouquet Daffodil Just 40 Zentimer Large is the ostrich daffodil, which is also called tachette (Narcissus Tazetta). Actually, daffodils are typical Easter and spring flowers, but the ostrich daffodil is growing protected in the half shade of woods, it shows her flowers in December or January. The plants bloom until March and are also offered for planters and bowls. The onion flowers

love sandy, permeable soils. There are also purely yellow or filled varieties, which are usually slightly more sensitive. X1

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