Mar 25, 2018
In addition to the aforementioned basic types of soil perennials, other, secondary perennials - irises and phloxes, very common in landscaping, are used for cutting.
In Japan, iris is considered one of the best cuttings plants. Some of its flowers wither very quickly, but after them the other buds bloom on the peduncle, extending the flowering period.
Inflorescences of phloxes give bouquets a splendor and aroma. However, not everyone likes the spicy aroma of phlox.
In a somewhat smaller amount, perennials that are not of industrial importance are used for cutting, but common in amateur gardens: aquilegia, hemerocallis( daylily), gaylard, vasilistnik, montbretia, pyrethrum, geyherha, ore-bekia, aster perennial, camomile( camomile)pearl, diklitra( "broken heart"), lily of the valley, bell of Carpathian and Persicholinum, pyrethrum pink, scabiosis and many others.
With a skillful combination of sometimes unattractive at first glance, flowers in a bouquet are capable of delivering no less joy than the majestic inflorescences of gladiolus, bright tulip flowers, graceful lilies.
Small flowers are needed to make small bouquets on a dining table, toilet or coffee table.
In addition to flowering perennials in the compilation of bouquets, there are needed so-called arranging plants, which have beautiful leaves or airy openwork, although unattractive, inflorescences. Most often for this purpose use asparagus( asparagus) and roll-field( gypsophila).
Asparagus( asparagus) - perennial with delicate openwork leaves, because of which this crop is grown. Asparagus flowers are plain, but the bright red fruits are very decorative and are not removed when cut.
Propagated asparagus more often by sowing seeds, extracted in autumn from reddened fruits. Terms of sowing - late autumn i am early spring.
You can propagate asparagus and dividing bushes. Do this in September or early spring.
Gypsophila( rolled-field) - has - a strongly branched in different directions stalk with small white or pink flowers.
For bouquets most often used hypsophila paniculate - with very small flowers. Beautiful new varieties of hypsophila with terry large flowers.
Propagate gypsophila seeds, which are sown early in the spring. It is better to sow the seeds immediately to a permanent place, since the gypsophila is quite difficult to tolerate the transplant.