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Lilies of the valley

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Question: Lilies of the valley


HI YOU WILL BE A LOT OF GRATE IF YOU COULD HELP ME RESOLVE A PROBLEM FROM
NEOPHYTE.
I WOULD LIKE TO GROW SOME SPECIES LOVERS OF SOIL CALCAREO MUGHETTI,
"NEBBIA", HELLEBORUS ... AT LEAST MY THOSE HAVE TOLD ME MY TERRRENO It is
TENDENTLY A LITTLE ACID FACT THE LATEST PLANTS STENT. AS I CAN AMEND THE SOIL TO INCREASE THE PRESENCE OF LIMESTONE SINCE THE MARBLE POWDER IS NOT AVAILABLE HERE FROM ME TO SAVIO DI CERVIA
RAVENNA. CAN I USE HYDRATE LIME? LIME OFF?
WHEN YOU SAY THAT THE PLANT NEEDS TO BE CALCULATED IN REALITY NEEDS
OWN OF CALCIUM CARBONATE OR CALCIUM ONLY IN ANY CASE I MAY USE
THE PLASTER POWDER THERE IS SOME PRODUCTS ON THE MARKET THAT CAN SOLVE
THE PROBLEM?
I HOPE YOU CAN HELP ME
PAOLA

Lilies of the valley: Answer: Lilies of the valley


Gent.ma. Ms. Paola,
We thank you for contacting us regarding the problem of lily of the valley plants through the book of the Expert of and we apologize for the delay in the response due to the past holidays.
The lily-of-the-valley species botanically called Convallaria majalis belongs to the Liliaceae family and is a rustic rhizomatous herbaceous species suitable for gardens in cool and wet locations. It normally blooms in spring with bell-shaped flowers supported by a long peduncle of variable color from white to pink or blue, depending on the species.
The lily of the valley is cultivated in partially shady or shaded positions, in all fresh, damp garden soils, enriched with a large quantity of leaf or compost. It grows well under deciduous trees and with not too compact foliage. It propagates by rhizomes in October or March, placing them slightly deep in an organic soil.
Helleborus belongs to the Ranunculaceae family and is a rhizomatous winter flowering plant, suitable for cultivation in mixed borders. The hellebores are planted in October-November, in partially shaded positions, in moist, heavy, well-drained soil. From research carried out there are no plants with particular needs for limestone in the ground, for a successful cultivation of the two species,
we recommend poor sand soils, fresh and well-drained so that the rhizomes can grow in the best way.
With best regards



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