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Myrikaria foxtail and Daurian in landscape design Landing care and pruning Photos of species


The exotic appearance of the plant is enhanced by an unpredictable character. Its flowers bloom unexpectedly and gradually stretch into long buds, resembling fiery fox tails (hence the name of the bush). There are about ten species of myricaria in nature, and they grow on the territory of Eastern Europe, as well as in Central Asia, Mongolia and the Himalayas, in the Pamirs and Altai. "Lives" in river valleys, on stony sandy shores and pebbles. Mirikariya can be found in the mountains, at an altitude of 1900 meters.

Myrikaria foxtail: description

Externally, the shrub of myricaria is a sprawling bush, which consists of a few branchy upright shoots. They depart from the root in the amount of 10-20 pieces. The leaves of the plant are openwork, very small, densely sitting on the shoots. They have the appearance of bluish-green fleshy scales. It is the spectacular gray color of the leaves that makes myriacis foxtail a bright spot among the usual green.

Around mid-May, a large number of mauve flowers gradually appear on the bush, which, growing, form long spike-shaped inflorescences. The first of them bloom in the lower part of the bush, gradually moving to the top. The period of flowering of myricaria lasts about 2 months and lasts until the beginning of August. Flower life is 3-5 days. It is noteworthy that the ends of the shoots of this plant will never become woody, so scientists attribute myricaria to the half-shrubs.

Landing conditions for Myricaria

Myricaria is a foxtail, planting and caring for it even by a novice gardener, is a moisture-and light-loving plant, completely picky about soil fertility. In a sunny place, it will feel very comfortable, and in the partial shade of flowering will be somewhat scarce. Shrubs (photo) can be replanted only in spring (when there are no leaves on the bush) and in the fall (approximately - in October). It is advisable to leave a clod on the roots, which will significantly increase the percentage of plant survival. The soil, which should be filled in the planting hole, can be prepared by combining with peat in the same ratio, adding wood ash to the same place.

Tamariks and Myricaria are very similar in appearance to the plants. Their difference is only in the fact that tamarix does not tolerate wintering, and the foxtail mirimary is resistant to winter conditions, of course, there is an annual freezing of the plant roots, but this does not cause significant harm to the plant. Frosts under -40 o With a plant are not terrible - you can not even worry about additional shelter for her. Nevertheless, in order to protect myricaria from frost, it is better to tie the shoots so that they do not break under the weight of wet snow. Young bushes are recommended to bend down to the soil surface.

Features care for myricaria

Like any other plant, myricaria foxtail responds to the maintenance of vigorous growth and abundant flowering. It is recommended to feed a shrub with compost or humus, which is recommended to be brought in the spring, shallowly introduced into the root zone. After a couple of weeks, mulching is required, adding moisture to the soil, containing humus mulch (peat, loose humus, chopped wood chips). This operation is necessary to stabilize the optimum moisture regime.

During the summer, one or two times it is recommended to produce a liquid feed with extract of mullein, diluted with water in the ratio of 1 to 10 with the calculation of 2 liters per bush.

Watering Myrikaria is required to be done once a week, after which the ground around the plant should be loosened.

Mirikariya: reproduction

Myricaria is propagated by cuttings and seeds, the collection of which requires the storage conditions, because they quickly lose their germination. Before sowing, seeds from 1 to 5 days are kept in a refrigerator at a temperature of 3-5 degrees, which provides them with an estimated germination rate of up to 95%. Without the use of stratification (keeping the seed at a certain temperature, ensuring the acceleration of germination), the germination of the plant will not exceed 30%.

The most convenient is reproduction by cuttings, which are required to be prepared in the middle of summer, during the period of mass flowering of the plant. On the bush, the stems of the lower part of the plant are cut and planted in containers, in the prepared soil consisting of peat, humus and sand, taken in equal proportions.

Trimming and forming the crown of Myricaria

Pruning is done at the beginning of the blooming of the leaves, the frozen shoots are shortened to healthy wood. Sometimes the plant due to the shortened shoots that protrude beyond the crown, takes a dekorativny neat appearance. By the way, the compactness of myricaria, achieved by pruning, absolutely transforms shrubs (photo). It is desirable to begin the process of forming an attractive crown from a young age of the plant, first pinching only the green tips of the stems and limiting them to half a meter in length. This can be done throughout the season, as it grows. By September, the pruning process should be stopped to allow the plant to prepare for the winter cold. Thus, every year the crown of the bush will become more and more magnificent, turning the plant into a dense hemisphere of blue-blue color. Such bushes in a single planting, formed with sincere love, will be original to stand out on a green carpet background.

Mirikariya as a decorative element of the garden composition

Myricaria can be successfully planted in urban environments, using it as a border edging, park avenues and green areas of avtorazvyazok. Myricaria is foxtail, planting and caring which distinguishes it from wild specimens, looks original against the background of ponds and large stones, enlivening their silent neighborhood, the plant fits well into the coniferous garden, resembling evergreen shrubs. The Myrikariy group can be used as a decoration of a small slope, taking a place at its foot.

Not many gardeners understand the incredible beauty of this bush. Often, he is allocated a place somewhere in the faint corner of the garden. In fact, myrikis foxtail, planting and caring for which are not difficult, can become a bright center of an attractive garden composition.

Description of Myricaria

Mirikariya - a perennial, apparently similar to heather, belongs to the Grebenshchikovye family. Mirica - the word form of the Latin name for heather. The homeland of myricaria is Asia, where it dwells from Altai to Tibet, widely distributed on the Mongolian and Chinese plains. It grows on plateaus, hills, climbs to a height of about 1, 9 km above sea level.

The bush has branched shoots of a reddish or yellow-brown shade with miniature scaly leaves. In temperate climates, spreading shrubs reach a height of 1-1.5 m, in their natural habitat there are giants up to 4 m. Garden representatives grow in width to 1.5 m.

The bush consists of 10-20 ascending main shoots, they are smooth, stiff. The lateral processes cover the small fleshy leaves, painted in bluish-green color. Vegetation period begins in May and lasts until the start of frosts. Even without inflorescences the bush serves as an interesting decoration of gardens, front gardens.

When does myricaria bloom?

How does myrika bloom photo

The flowering of maricaria begins in mid-May and lasts about two months. Delicate buds open gradually. At first they open up on the lower shoots adjacent to the ground, by the end of summer the tops are covered with flowers. Each flower lives 3-5 days. On long forty centimeters peduncles spike-shaped inflorescence appears. Small pink or purple flowers tightly strew brush.

At the end of the flowering stage, the seeds collected in an elongated pyramid-shaped box begin to ripen. Small seeds are covered with whitish pubescence.

Growing Myricaria from Seeds

Seeds of Myricaria Photo

Shrub propagated by seeds, cuttings and division of the bush.

You must follow the rules for storing seeds so that they remain germinating. Put them in a sealed waterproof package, keep at moderate temperatures in a dry room. Landing is done next year.

  • Before planting, the seeds stratify throughout the week: keep the seeds in a refrigerator with a temperature of 3-5 ° C. Stratification will ensure seed germination by more than 95%. Without this procedure, about a third of the seeds will come up.
  • Seeds are sown in boxes on top of the substrate, it is not necessary to dredge into the soil or sprinkle with earth. Use the bottom way to moisten the soil through the pan. Seeds will be covered in a couple of days and small roots will appear.
  • About a week later, an elevated runaway is formed.
  • When the seedlings grow a little, they are seated in separate pots for rearing.
  • After the end of the frost, according to the well-established heat, plant the grown-up plants in the garden, but remember that even the slightest frost can destroy the seedlings.

Reproduction Myrikarii cuttings

  • For cuttings can be taken as the old stiff shoots, and young annuals.
  • The length of the cutting should reach 25 cm, the thickness of the woody stalk is about 1 cm.
  • Freshly cut stalks should be dipped in an aqueous solution of growth stimulant (Appin, Kornevin, etc.) for 1-3 hours.
  • Treated cuttings are planted in pots with soil for shelter of cans or plastic bags.
  • The roots are quickly formed and the plant will soon be ready for planting in open ground, but in the first year of life myrikaria is extremely sensitive to frost. For this reason, it is better to plant seedlings in the open ground in the spring of the second year, without fear of subsequent wintering.

Propagation by dividing the bush and layering

You can divide the bush in early spring, before the start of sap flow. Carefully break in on one side and cut off part of the bush. Planted in the usual way, maintaining the level of planting and straightening the roots.

To get the layers, bend the twig, pin it to the ground and sprinkle with earth. Special care is not required: after a while, the twig will take root in the place of the powder, and after two seasons the seedling can be separated from the mother bush and planted in a new place.

Plant Care

Myrikaria foxtail photo in landscape design

The plant is resistant to pests and is not subject to various diseases. In the care is not whimsical. Strong plants withstand summer heat to + 40 ° С and strong frost -40 ° С.

  • Garden fertile, peaty loamy soils will be suitable, but it is best to choose neutral soils or with a slightly acid reaction.
  • On moist soil it grows and blooms more abundantly, but even in drought and heat Maricaria will have enough watering.
  • In the absence of precipitation, it is necessary to pour only once every two weeks with 10 liters of water.
  • Temporary flooding of soil or excess moisture, too, will survive.

To the color of flowering and the bush itself was brighter, annually mulch the soil with organic matter (humus or peat). Recommend twice per season to make dressing, using a universal fertilizer for heather crops.

Plant the plant better in shaded areas. Marikaria will normally transfer bright light, but the rays of the midday sun threaten to burn young shoots.

Trimming Myricaria

  • Shrubs become heavily woody over time, and by the age of 7-8, they noticeably lose their beauty.
  • To prevent this from happening, regularly prune twice a year: for decorative purposes in the fall, to remove frozen and dry branches - in the spring.
  • Trimming is possible at any length, the main thing is your imagination. The plant is well tolerated by shortening the shoots and expels new ones.

Preparing Myricaria for Winter

Plant the plant in a special shelter or windless place so that the spreading branches are not damaged by strong gusts of wind. In winter, tie up the plant - it will help to withstand snow drifts, strong gusts of wind. Young growth in the fall is bent to the ground and covered with spruce leaves, fallen leaves.

Mirikariya in landscape design

Myrikaria foxtail in landscape design photo

Mirikariya is perfect for decoration of artificial and natural reservoirs. It is used solo or in plantings in flowerbeds. The preferred neighbors will be deciduous and coniferous dark green cultures, it looks beautiful in rosaries.

Myrikarius foxtail in the garden photo design

Plantings in a purple color, for example, a bruisplot, tiarella, geyherella, and a crow of cimicifuga, look originally in association with plants. As the lower tier planted ground covers with blue flowers - ayuga is perfect. Superbly complement the composition of luxurious ferns and elder Aurea with yellow leaves.

Myricaria daur long-leaved Myricaria longifolia

Myricaria Daurian long-leaved Myricaria longifoliia photo

Distributed in the south of Siberia and Altai. Young shoots in the first year of life are covered with yellowish-green bark, which turns brown with age. The foliage is narrow, 5-10 mm long, 1-3 mm wide. The leaves are oblong or ovate, painted gray-gray, the upper part of the foliage is covered with small glands.

Inflorescences form on the lateral (older) and apical (yearling) shoots. In form, they are simple or more complex, branched. Initially, the peduncles are shortened, but with the opening of the buds are lengthened. The bract is up to 6 mm in diameter, it houses a small calyx up to 3-4 cm in diameter. Petals are pink, oblong, 5-6 mm long, about 2 mm wide. The capitolum of the ovary is decorated with half accrete stamens. Seed box tricuspid, elongated, filled with elongated seeds up to 1.2 cm long with a slightly pubescent axis.

Myrikaria Foxtail or Foxtail Myricaria alopecuroides

Myricaria foxtail or Foxtail Myricaria alopecuroides photo

Most common in Western Europe, the Far East and Central Asia. The plant is a low shrub with straight and ascending lateral shoots, the leaves are alternate, fleshy, scaly. The foliage color is silver with a blue tint.

From mid-May until the end of summer, pink inflorescences adorn the tops of the stems. Flowers begin to unfold from the bottom, gradually thickly covering the peduncle, which can lead to arch bending of the stem. Prior to the opening of the buds, the peduncle is up to 10 cm in length, and it looks like a dense bud, as it blooms, it lengthens to 40 cm, becoming looser.

Fruit ripening begins in autumn. Due to the whitish pubescence of seeds at the ends of the branches, the large shoot becomes similar to a fox tail with a lush bright tip. This feature gave this name.

Myricaria Germanic Myricaria germanica

Myricaria Germanic Myricaria germanica photo

It blooms in June-July, very decorative due to its bluish branches, like spruce. It is widely used in folk medicine as a hemostatic agent, especially for gynecological diseases. Needs shelter for the winter at a young age.

Myrikari foxtail

Myrikaria Foxtail - this is a upright shrub. On average, from the roots grows from 10 to 20 branches.

The uniqueness of this type give the leaves, which have an interesting scaly shape and color. Tightly sessile to the stem, openwork, bluish-green color gives an exotic look to the plant.

In May on this bush there are many snowstorms, similar to pink-purple spikelets. It blooms from bottom to top with small flowers that live from 3-5 days. This period is quite long and amounts to two months. The stems are not woody, and because of this, experts rank this species as a half shrub.

Planting, pruning and care of myriac foxtail

It is easy to care for a plant, it is not difficult for novice gardeners. The whole process is to loosen, fertilize and trim in time to form a bush in order to avoid diseases.

Mirikariya is a grateful plant and responds to rapid growth and abundant flowering to decent care.

An interesting variety withstands in the winter to minus 40 °, in the summer to plus 50 °.

Feels great in any territory. Planted foxtail mirikariya in the shady side and in the sun will differ from each other only by the difference of flowering. Undemanding plant and to the composition of the soil, fertile or loamy soils do not affect the pomp of the bush.

Satisfied with little irrigation. In the summer, dry time 1 time in 2 weeks about 10 liters of water. Loves easy splashing. In the case of flooding the place where myrikaria grows, it will not perish and will calmly endure a temporary flood.

Fertilize should be twice a year. Added organic, humus, peat. In the spring, feed growth stimulants.

Little shoots of Mikeria and Tamarin are alike, при покупке саженца надо быть внимательным, чтобы не перепутать, так как второе растение нуждается в специальной подготовке перед зимовкой.

Мирикария лисохвостная довольно морозостойкий вид. В морозную пору подвержена не значительным перемерзаниям, но это никак не сказывается на общем состоянии. Не требует дополнительного укрывания. In order not to break off shoots, experts recommend tying a shrub, and young stock bend closer to the ground.

Planting occurs in the spring before the appearance of foliage and in autumn (October). It is advisable to leave the land on the roots when transplanting for better healing and strengthening. Pit filled with natural fertilizers in the form of peat and ash.

It reproduces myrikaria foxtail by cutting and by means of grains. If you decide to raise a plant from seeds, then you must follow the rules for collecting or lose their ability to germinate. Before planting, put them in a refrigerator at a temperature of 1 to 5 ° C for 3-5 days, if this is not done, the germination rate will be about 30%, and having stratified, the chances rise to 95%.

To plant a bush by cuttings is much more convenient. To do this, harvest twigs after flowering in the summer. Then they are planted in containers filled with earth, peat and sand in equal proportions.

It is not recommended to cut shoots before winter. because of the liquid of the bush of myricaria, foxtail may thoroughly weaken and freeze.

Circumcision is performed before foliage blooming. Sick and frozen branches clean. Makes a haircut at any time and several times. A bush is formed from an early age, pinching shoots, not allowing them to grow more than 50 centimeters. If during the whole summer to grow off the grown branches, by September the bush begins to get the shape you need. In early autumn, leave the plant alone in order to strengthen it. Next year myricaria will become more luxurious and with an already formed bush.

A self-standing, blue-green plant on a clipped alley will look original. Landscape Designers they combine myricaria with fir-tree compositions, with small dense leaves it looks like evergreen representatives. Landing along the curbs and among the stones will revive the silent neighborhood, decorate the shores of any reservoir.

Secrets of Mirikarii Dauri

Wild-growing varieties grow on the territory of Siberia in both the Western and Eastern parts. Semi-shrub is famous for its healing qualities. From the leaves of the plant make decoctions and infusions, bath solutions. They help with colds diseases, edema and bouts of rheumatism. Made decoctions are used as anti-inflammatory and antiparasitic medicine. It is prescribed for epilepsy and viral infections.

The method of preparation is simple. Chopped shoots are dried in the sun, and then dried in a dryer. Finished branches are stored at room temperature in paper packaging.

Before the use of Dahurian myricaria, it is necessary to consult a doctor.

Preparation of infusion:

  • 1 teaspoon of leaves,
  • 200 ml of boiled water.

The broth is kept for 2 hours, filtered and used for 2-3 tbsp. spoon before meals three times a day.


  • 1 tsp Leaves of Myricaria Daurian,
  • 250 ml of water.

Bring to a boil and boil for 5 minutes, seal and insist for 1 hour. Drink one-fourth of three times a day.

To prepare the bathroom you will need:

  • 0.5 hot water
  • 2 tablespoons of myricaria.

Everything is boiled, then filtered and added to the bathroom. Get a medical procedure for 15–20 minutes. Good to do during joint pain.

Choosing a landing site

Place for planting ornamental shrubs should be sunny and protected from the winds. In the partial shade, the plant will also feel good, but the flowering will not be very abundant, and the flowers will be dull. To the soil bush not exacting. But the best option for landing would be drained loams. Myrikaria tolerates small flooding, and is also a drought-resistant shrub.

Features planting bushes

For planting, it is necessary to prepare pits having a diameter and depth of about 45 cm. Those plants that have reached the age of two years take root better. When disembarking, it is necessary to adhere to the distance between the bushes of about 1.5 m, since they expand very strongly in width.

It is important that the root neck is at ground level. If the soil is not fertile at all, you can use a mixture that consists of peat, coniferous soil and sand.

On clay soils it is better to make drainage from pieces of brick and sand, and lay out a layer of about 20 cm.

Loosening and mulching the soil

To ensure a rich color of the leaves, you need to mulch the shrub every spring. To do this, it is necessary to apply organic fertilizers, such as peat, humus and mineral fertilizers.

And in the summer you can feed the bush about two times with liquid fertilizers, for example, infusion of mullein or fermented grassy infusion. With a strong compaction of the soil around the shrub, it needs to be loosened shallowly.

Myrikari foxtail needs pruning. If you do not carry out this procedure, in 7-8 years the shrub will stiffen and lose its beautiful appearance.

Cut the plant should be twice a year. Spring haircut includes pruning frozen and dead twigs, and in the fall the plant is given a decorative shape.

Although this ornamental shrub and winter-hardy, you still need to prepare it for the cold. From the weight of the snow branches can break, so they need to bind. If the plant is still young, then it is bent to the ground.

Reproduction by cuttings

Best of all, myrikaria is foxtail surviving with propagation by cuttings. They are harvested in the summer, in the period of mass flowering. To do this, cut the stems of the lower part of the plant. Then lower them for 1-3 hours in a water-alcohol solution of growth stimulants. Plant cuttings can be in special containers. Or planted directly into the ground, covering them with plastic film or plastic bottles. If done correctly, the rooted cuttings will be more than 75%.

Use in garden design

Myrikaria foxtail is a great solution for any garden. The blossoming conifer well looks as in loneliness, and in group plantings.

It is planted near fountains, decorative ponds and lakes. It is very well combined with coniferous and deciduous plants, as well as with shrubs, blooming pink and red hues.

Myricardia Foxtail can be a bright decoration of any garden composition.

Myricaria alopecuroides

I decided to write about mirikarii lisohvostnikovoy. And for what reason. I love her very much, the shrub itself is very beautiful, fits perfectly into the composition, looks great at the ponds, flawlessly winters, bearing even the most frosty winters. More unpretentious and beautiful shrub can not be imagined. But for some reason, gardeners rarely grow it in their gardens. And who saw it, myrik is usually growing somewhere in the corner, tied up with some ridiculous rags or wires, completely invisible. Although this is a great accent for mixborder! The whole composition can be built around this plant.

One of the reasons for the unpresentable type of myricaria I see is that gardeners do not know that it can be cut as much as they please, giving it the desired shape. For example, I trim the tips a little after the winter and after the first heavy flowering in late June. Every 3-4 years I do a radical pruning, shortening it by about a third. I give it the shape of a hemisphere. I consider mirikariya a highlight in my garden. The second reason is that very often myrik is confused with tamarix, which winters in our area not very well and blooms only in early spring. After the death of the plant, no one wants to get involved with him again.

Indeed, they resemble an inexperienced gaze almost like twins. However, these are in fact fairly close relatives - they belong to the same family of ridges.

Tamarix will not be discussed here, but we'll take a closer look at Myricaria.
Myricaria is a truly universal plant. It tolerates a high level of groundwater, short-term flooding. On the other hand, it is extremely drought resistant. Even the temperature under + 40 ° C with ordinary watering she is not afraid.

Mirikariya is extremely winter-hardy, and when the frost is below -40 ° C, without additional shelters and even bending the branches to the ground, the plant does not freeze.

It can reach a height of up to 2 meters, has spreading graceful shoots, completely covered with bluish-green leaves. Numerous small, pale pink flowers are collected in dense apical, almost spicate, drooping inflorescences. It blooms from May to August.

Fruits ripen at the same time. In October, when most fruit capsules ripen and open, shoots resemble fox tails. This species is propagated by seeds, cuttings, from stump. Shrub light-requiring, demanding of moisture. I noticed that near the reservoirs Myrikaria grows much better.

Looks great surrounded by host, ferns, daylilies, cuffs, bushes. Very beautiful even in winter.

Varieties, features mirikarii

Myricaria from the genus tamarisk has 10 species, representing both shrubs and semi-shrubs. For landscaping using 2 winter-hardy types:

The first one is especially popular. Its natural range is very wide - sprawling bushes can be found in western Europe, and in Central, Central Asia, and in the southern part of Siberia, and in northern Africa. The view of myricaria is unusual in all respects, looking at the photo does not immediately realize that this is not a representative of some exotic conifers, but a flowering plant with inflorescences and leaves of the original form.

In our conditions, foxtail myricaria grows to 1.5 m. The bush forms up to 20 densely leafy shoots resembling a whip. Against the background of the usual garden plants, its bluish-green scale-like leaves stand out. Very decorative from early May to October, when it is covered with purple flowers, and later with fluffy fruits.

Features of planting and care

Myrikariya is a picky plant. Soil fertility does not play a big role for her. Ideal conditions for growth is a sunny place, protected from the wind with loamy moist soil. In the penumbra, it also grows, but the flowers on it forms much less. It is better to replant in the spring before the appearance of leaves or in October. A two-year-old bush with a large clod of soil is taking root painlessly.

The transplant is performed according to the following plan:

  1. Dig a hole 0.5 x 0.5 x 0.5 m. If you plan to plant several specimens, then the next place is removed at least 1 m.
  2. Prepare the substrate by mixing light or medium loam with peat in equal quantities, and fill them with a seat. Additives in the form of 0.3 kg of ash or 50 g of fertilizer mixture (NPK) will not interfere either. If the earth is clay, then pre-arrange a drainage with a thickness of 0.15 m.
  3. Poured into the pit bucket of water.
  4. Planted the plant, leaving the root neck at ground level, and mulch the soil around it.

Council That the bush well overwinter, branches connect, otherwise they can break under the weight of snow. Young bushes tilt and slightly cover.

Care for myricaria includes weekly watering, loosening, mulching, crown formation. After overwintering, shoots damaged by frost to healthy tissue should be pruned. In the natural state, the bush is not compact, therefore only pruning can give a neat appearance to the plant.

Crown formation begins at an early age by pinching the green tops of the shoots throughout the summer, preventing them from growing by more than 0.5 m. With the onset of autumn, pruning is stopped, otherwise the plant will not have time to gain strength for wintering. If the procedure is carried out annually, the bush takes the form of a blue-gray hemisphere.

How to fertilize and how to feed

Mirikari responds to fertilizer and fertilizing with long flowering. In the spring no later than May 15, humus or compost at least a bucket is brought under the shrub and shallowly buried in the soil. After 14 days, the root zone is mulched using mulch containing humus: chopped wood bark, peat. In the summer of 1 to 2 times fed myricaria infused mullein, adding it to 1 liter in 10 liters of water. A good substitute for mullein is the following infusion:

  • in a barrel with a capacity of 200 liters,
  • wood ash - 1 shovel,
  • manure or litter - 0.5 buckets,
  • dry leaves or rotted straw - 1 bucket:
  • compost or garden soil - 1 shovel,
  • milk whey - 1 l,
  • The mash prepared from 3 liters of water with the addition of 5 tablespoons of sugar and 100 g of yeast, fermented for 3 days.

This preparation is insisted for 7 days, then diluted with water in a ratio of 1: 2 and poured 2 liters under each plant.

How to reproduce myricaria foxtail

Propagated by seeds and cuttings - winter and summer.

Seminal the method is time consuming, since the seed material is characterized by poor germination. The result can be obtained only if the rules of collection and storage are observed. Be sure to spend the stratification at a temperature of 3-5 degrees C for about 4 days. This procedure improves germination up to 94%.

Cuttings, harvested in early spring before the awakening of the kidneys, planted in containers with the ground, composed of equal parts of sand, humus and peat. In summer, when the plant blooms, cuttings are harvested from shoots located closer to the ground. They are rooted in the garden under the shelter of a glass jar, a bottle of transparent plastic or film. In good conditions, 100% cuttings take root.

Mirikariya is surprisingly resistant to diseases, and pests bypass it. It is beautiful and in rockeries, and on the shore of an artificial pond, and as the center of the composition in a flower bed. Invite her to your garden and you will be something to surprise guests.