When the good weather arrives, and you bought flowers in pots in the trade, in order to plant them in your garden? Do you want some clarification on transplanting to the planter? The operation is very simple, but it requires some recommendations that will allow you to have beautiful flowers afterwards. To succeed in this operation, Ophélie, gardening coach, gives you her precious advice. Discover them on video!
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To plant your flowers, you need the following: - a planter, which you will have prepared with clay balls and potting soil, - a basin, - your flowers in a bucket, - a transplanter.
What to do
First, put a few inches of water in your basin, then immerse your plants in a bowl inside. Let them soak for about ten minutes. This operation aims to rehydrate the roots, and promote their recovery once they are in the ground. Then you need to unmold the plants. If the clod of earth has trouble coming out of the plastic pot, do not hesitate to bring a small tool to peel the edges. Once the root ball is out, you will have a good chance of having a plant whose roots have agglomerated. To allow proper recovery of the roots, scratch the contours of the root ball. Finally, take your transplanter, and make a hole in your planter, where you want to install your plant. Put the root ball inside and finish filling the hole with potting soil. These steps are essentially the same for all the flowers that you buy in pots, and that you want to plant in pots or in a planter. It's your turn ! Find How to plant flowers in pots on Minutefacile.com. Produced by Minute Facile. Something new in your garden and on your balcony? Celebrate the return of spring, post your photos on the forum