flowers

Rosa - Rose
Water regularly, every 2-3 weeks, wetting the soil thoroughly by using 0-1 buckets of water and keeping it always a bit moist, although avoiding to soak it too much. We suggest growing the $ Rosa in a bright spot, where it is also protected by direct solar rays.
Cornus canadensis - Bunchberry dogwood
In this period of the year we must water only when the soil is perfectly dry, using 0-1 buckets of water; usually watering every 3-4 weeks can be enough. Locate this plant in a partially shaded place, where it can receive a few hous of direct solar light.
Erysimum cheiri
Water regularly, every 1-2 weeks, wetting the soil thoroughly by using 2-3 glasses of water and keeping it always a bit moist, although avoiding to soak it too much. We suggest growing the $ Erysimum cheiri in a bright spot, where it is also protected by direct solar rays.
Phlox paniculata - Fall phlox
The Phlox paniculata doesnít need too much watering; we advise a weekly action, always keeping in mind to wait for the ground to dry between a watering and another. The regularity of the irrigations should be every 2-3 weeks with 1-2 glasses of water. It is suggested to avoid direct contact with solar rays; let's position the $ Phlox paniculata in a luminous , but in part shady, place.
Alcea ficifolia - Hollylock
We suggest watering quite frequently, every 1-2 weeks. In this manner it will be kept fairly moist, without being soaked with water. Usually 2-3 glasses of water are used. It is suggested to avoid direct contact with solar rays; let's position the $ Alcea ficifolia in a luminous , but in part shady, place.
Rosa - Rose
Water regularly, every 2-3 weeks, wetting the soil thoroughly by using 0-1 buckets of water and keeping it always a bit moist, although avoiding to soak it too much. We suggest growing the $ Rosa in a bright spot, where it is also protected by direct solar rays.
Pulsatilla vulgaris - European pasqueflower
Water regularly, every 1-2 weeks, wetting the soil thoroughly by using 2-3 glasses of water and keeping it always a bit moist, although avoiding to soak it too much. We suggest growing the $ Pulsatilla vulgaris in a bright spot, where it is also protected by direct solar rays.
Crepis aurea - Hawksbeard
Letís water the The Crepis aurea frequently with 2-3 glasses of water, even every 1-2 weeks, so that the soil is always damp, but not soaked with water. It is advisable to avoid contact with direct solar rays; let's position the $ Crepis aurea in a bright place, but shady.