The big seed project (2) / Marele proiect cu seminte (2)

By: Miki

Sep 05 2012

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Category: Flowers, Garden


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I thought that some climbing plants would be nice, to cover the wall and “fill” the corner. I didn’t have any other idea, so I bought several seed types from a general store.

The climbing plants became blue Morning Glory and orange Black Eyed Susan.

As mentioned before, when using seeds patience is the main ingredient needed. These two plants really used up a lot of mine, as they kept growing but the flowers were nowhere in sight. It took about three months to see the first flowers, but I do enjoy watching the progress of the plants, you almost can see them grow.

I used some Morning Glory seeds also elsewhere in the garden, as there were too many.

(to be continued)

M-am gandit ca niste plante cataratoare ar fi dragute ca sa acopere zidul si sa “umple” coltul. Nu am avut alte idei, asa ca am cumparat mai multe tipuri de seminte de la un magazin universal.

Am ales plantele cataratoare zorele (albastre) si thunbergia/suzana cu ochi negri (portocalii).

Asa cum am mai scris, cand folosesti seminte, ingredientul principal este rabdarea. Plantele acestea doua mi-au consumat destul de multa rabdare, pentru ca au tot crescut, dar nu se vedea nicio floare. A durat cam trei luni pana au aparut primele flori, dar imi place sa urmaresc progresul plantelor, aproape ca le poti vedea crescand.

Am folosit cateva seminte de zorele si in alte parti din gradina, pentru ca aveam prea multe.

(va urma)


4 comments on “The big seed project (2) / Marele proiect cu seminte (2)”

  1. Foaarte dragute zambilutele.

  2. you not only have a ‘green thumb’ but you are very patient too!

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