We begin to prepare indoor plants for winter: work plan for September

Before the onset of the cold season, you need to take care of indoor decorative flowers. Activities in September will help plants adapt to low temperatures and make it easier to care for them in winter.

Move to home

It is known that all plants have their own characteristics, and therefore their cold tolerance is different. Therefore, you should not immediately hide all the plants from the balcony into the house.

Start with more delicate indoor flowers: violets, geraniums. Then you can tackle more resistant ones: cacti, ficus.

Protect from pests

Before you move the plants from the street to home comfort, you must definitely treat them with an insecticide (special chemicals that can get rid of pests).

This procedure should be done 5-7 days before the plants return home, since insecticides are quite dangerous for humans, and you need to work with them extremely carefully.

Carry out an autumn transplant and cuttings

The next step will be a transplant. Indeed, during the summer period, the plants could grow significantly. Therefore, choose a larger pot for your indoor flowers.

At the time of transplanting, pay attention to the roots of the plant. If you notice rotten roots or, conversely, dried out - trim and treat them with activated charcoal. It should be remembered that you cannot transplant plants at the time of flowering!

After transplanting indoor flowers, you can start grafting. After all, it is autumn that is the most favorable period for this type of plant reproduction.

For cuttings, a one-year-old shoot is chosen, healthy and without signs of stress and damage by insects. The stalk itself should be from 5 to 13 mm. You need to cut it under the kidney at an angle of 45 °.

The easiest way is to put the cutting in water and wait for the root to appear. Use a plastic or glass beaker. To prevent putrefactive processes, place activated carbon in a glass of water. It is important to remember that changing the water with this method is not worth it, otherwise the plant may die. However, water should be topped up if necessary.

Some cuttings need to be planted immediately in the ground. This applies to plant species from dry areas. Use loose soil that can retain moisture. The land must be healthy and free of pests. Pay attention to the acidity of the soil, which should be neutral. Most often, peat with impurities of coarse sand is used.

During the adaptation period of young plants, monitor the temperature and lighting.

It is necessary to replant shoots only after they are well rooted.

Change watering schedule

After the plants return to the house, they need to be watered less often and little by little, since vegetative dormancy sets in, when the plant replenishes its supply of nutrients and prepares for flowering.

During this period, the shoot does not grow as fast as in the summer, and accordingly, it needs much less moisture. Better to water the flowers in the morning.

Feed the flowers

Top dressing is very important for indoor flowers. And it is required much more often than it seems. Especially during the cold season, when plants are deficient in nutrients. Fertilizers made from natural products are quite popular. For example, sweet feeding is an essential option, because every living organism needs glucose, flowers are no exception. Flowering plants are especially fond of glucose. Sprinkle half a teaspoon under the roots and pour water.

Among natural fertilizers, banana peel is highly popular, which saturates the earth with potassium. It's simple: dry the banana peel for a week, chop and mix with the soil.

Ash from firewood is very useful. She will saturate the earth with nitrogen, which is necessary during the flowering period.

Carry out cuttings

For grafting Saintpaulia, choose a leaf that is closer to the ground. The cut of the cutting should be 2-4 cm. It is better to prepare a few leaves in case some sprout does not take root. Use plastic cups as a container for growing a new plant. You can root saintpaulias both in water and immediately in the ground.

If you decide to root in water, add activated charcoal, watch the stem so that it does not rot. You cannot change the water, just add it if necessary. Roots appear in 1-2 weeks. Then the cutting can be planted in the soil.

Saintpaulia leaves can be planted directly into the ground. Make sure the soil is loose enough. Add sphagnum moss this way. It is in the forest, or you can buy it at any flower shop. Fresh moss is best kept in the oven and dried on foil.

Water the substrate with plenty of warm water. Keep the sprout in a warm place, but not in the sun. The rooting process in the ground is longer. After 1-2 months, you can transplant the plant into a permanent pot. Before transplanting, be sure to treat Saintpaulia and the soil with pest and virus products.

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Summer works in September

In September, it's time to harvest winter apple varieties... Until mid-September, you need to have time to plant strawberries. Tie the raspberries in bunches and leave them for the winter. Leaves that are shed by trees do not need to be harvested as they act as organic food.

From mid-September you can start harvesting sea buckthorn, viburnum and mountain ash. Young, as well as all stone fruit trees (plum, cherry, sweet cherry) should be fertilized with ash.

September is a good time to plant seedlings of new trees and shrubs (gooseberries, currants and raspberries). You should also harvest the entire crop of vegetables and plant tulips. Instead of potatoes (on the same land), you can plant oats or rye.

Many vegetable crops can be planted in September, so that they overwinter and in the spring to please with an early harvest. These include: carrots, sorrel, spinach, beets, cabbage and watercress salads, garlic, onions, leafy parsley, leafy salads, parsnips, physalis and dill. However, only light and cultivated soil is suitable for planting, which must first be fed with fertilizers, loosened, and made beds.

It is better to plant when there are already light frosts at night, and the daytime temperature does not rise above 7 o C. You should not plant in the lowlands, otherwise melt water will accumulate here in the spring and seedlings may die. After planting, the beds need to be insulated: sprinkle with dry humus, cover with straw.

How to make an original lantern for a summer residence

Country lanterns can be made with your own hands, but they will turn out no worse, and maybe even better and more interesting than purchased ones.

You will need old metal cans, such as tomato paste. They should be washed and dried thoroughly, then using pliers to get rid of the metal burrs on the edge. After that, you need to draw a drawing on the jar, it is better if it is an ornament of geometric shapes.

Then you should put the jar on a wooden block (so that it does not deform upon impact) and use a hammer and a thin nail to make holes along the drawn contour. The distance between the holes must be no more than 5 mm

Plant care calendar

Florist tips for October.

How to care for garden flowers in October. How to care for houseplants in October.

October is the autumn month. The rain is drizzling more and more often, it becomes noticeably colder. There are often frosts in the morning.

Florist tips for September

How to care for garden flowers in September. How to care for indoor plants in September.

Florist tips for August.

How to care for garden flowers in August. How to care for indoor flowers in August

The first half of the month is hot summer, the second is the first fall.

In July, summer is in full swing. The hottest days of the year are usually this month. There is a lot of rain and thunderstorms.

The ancient Romans named July after Julius Caesar. The old Russian name is lipets (linden trees are in bloom). In the Ukrainian, Belarusian and Polish languages, July is still called linden. In Lithuanian - Liepas, i.e. linden month.

What work needs to be done with garden flowers in June.

What month should be done with roses. A plan of care for roses in the garden, in the country.

Before a small seedling turns into a magnificent rose bush, striking in its beauty and perfection, it must go a long way. If you want your roses to grow well, develop correctly and delight you with abundant flowering, you need to take care of them, helping them at every stage.

How to water and care for plants in June?

Main events with indoor flowers and garden plants for June.

Many species will be much more beautiful, more powerful and will winter better in the future if they are taken out into the fresh air in the summer.

What are the rules for caring for indoor plants in May. Is it worth protecting indoor flowers from the sun in May, or is it too early? How often do you need fertilizing for indoor plants? How to water indoor plants in May?

What activities for the care of indoor flowers are needed in April? Can indoor plants be transplanted in April, or is it too late? Whether to enhance feeding? How often should indoor plants be sprayed?

Florist's calendar for March

What activities need to be done with flowers in the first place. What needs to be considered? When can I start replanting or handling indoor plants? How frequent are feeding in March? Should you prune your indoor plants in March?

Some summer plants require taking care of themselves in winter as well. The stored cannes, dahlias, gladioli, montbrecia should be checked periodically. When decaying, dahlia tubers are cut to healthy tissue and sprinkled with crushed charcoal.

Check to see if you have all your soil tillage and plant care equipment. Buy what is not. Repair or prepare new supports.

December is the last month of the year. It is cold, snowy and cloudy outside. In the ancient Romans, December was the tenth month of the year and was called december (from the Latin word “decem” - ten).

Most heat-loving plants are kept in a heated, light room (+ 18-22 ° C).

The plants that have remained on the balcony are brought into the room. Together with the pots, they are thoroughly washed with soapy water so as not to bring dust, dirt, pests or infection into the apartment.

Works in September with indoor plants according to the lunar calendar 2019

So the summer is over ... And so I want to prolong the charm of these days, to admire, and maybe even use our plants. Which of them can be taken home from the dacha to extend the summer?

First of all, real annuals, which have a fibrous root system and therefore tolerate transplantation well even in a flowering state, are suitable for transferring indoors: tagetes, cineraria, maiden feverfew. Dig them up before the first fall frost. Plant in pots or balcony boxes and place on the balcony or in the house
to the brightest place.

Perennials, which we use as annuals, can be kept in the house almost until spring, and even use them to obtain planting material for the next year: pelargonium (zonal, ivy), Waller's balsam and New Guinea, decorative leaf coleus. The best place for them is a warmed balcony or loggia.

In addition to the listed cultures, this group includes bush petunia, ageratum, snapdragon, ever-flowering begonia, sowing dahlias (low-growing varieties, which are popularly called geoginists), osteospermum.

For a long enough time you can admire the blooming of tuberous begonia, but by December it also begins a period of rest. It is better to store tubers in sawdust or sand at a temperature of + 10 ... + 12 ° С.

Favorable days in September 2019 for working with indoor plants according to the lunar calendar:

  • Buying new plants: 5-6
  • Transplantation of perennial flowering and decorative foliage plants: 1-4, 6-7, 12-16, 21-22
  • Transplanting and transshipment of large tub crops (oleanders, hibiscus, ficus, dracaena): 4, 6-7, 12-14, 31
  • Not transplanted: 24-25, 27-28
  • Watering any day, except: 6-7, 15-16, 26-28
  • Top dressing with irrigation: 1-4, 19-22, 24-25, 29-31
  • Sanitary and formative pruning: 1-4, 17-20, 29-30
  • Cannot be cut: 8-9, 24-28
  • Cannot be grafted: 8-9, 24-25

Lunar sowing calendar for September 2017

In September, every gardener has a lot of work to do: harvest, plant fruit trees, prepare heat-loving plants for winter. The best days for gardening according to the Lunar Sowing Calendar 2017 are September 1, 2, 5-6, 11-12, 15-17, 22, 24-25, 27 September.

Gardening in September according to the gardener's lunar sowing calendar 2017

Until mid-September, you need to carry out the last feeding with phosphorus-potassium fertilizers so that the plants are better prepared for winter.

In the first half of September, you can transplant and plant seedlings with an open root system: currants, gooseberries, raspberries, blackberries, hydrangea, mock orange, barberry and others. This is the best time for planting fruit seedlings: apple, pear, mountain ash, plum.

Until the rainy season begins for winter planting of large-sized trees and spring plantings, planting holes need to be dug.

Until the first half of September, you can collect lignified cuttings of fruit and ornamental shrubs and plant them in the garden
for rooting.

In the raspberry tree, cut out all the fruit-bearing shoots at the root. For gooseberries and currants, cut out all old, 6-8 year olds
branches. Cut off dry and damaged branches from fruit trees and shrubs, root shoots from cherries, plums
and sea buckthorn.

Watering is practically stopped: the garden is watered only during dry periods. If necessary, you can water trees and shrubs on almost any day of the month convenient for you, except September 11-12. All the fallen leaves from sick trees
need to be collected and burned, from healthy ones - put in compost.

Harvested rowan, viburnum, wild rose, chokeberry, hawthorn, cranberry, apple, grapes. In the second half of September, the grapes are removed from the supports. After frost, the entire green part and unripe shoots are cut off from the grapes. At the end of September, you can start preparing the garden for winter: clean the trunks of old fruit trees from dead bark and lichens, cut out dry and diseased branches, heal the hollows.

Within a month, you need to clear the lawn of weeds, otherwise in the spring the weeds left to winter will displace the lawn grass. The best day to mow your lawn is September 5, 2017.

Auspicious days for gardening according to the lunar calendar 2017:
landing – 17, 21-22, 24, 27
pruning, including overgrowth – 7-12, 16-17, 21
watering - any days except 11-12
feeding – 3-5, 14-15, 25-26
harvesting - 3-4, 7-10, September 30
picking autumn berries and grapes for wine – 14-17

Pruning and caring for grapes in September according to the lunar calendar 2017

In September, the grapes are harvested and the grape plants are prepared for winter. For this, the grapes are removed from the supports and pruned. After frost, the entire green part and unripe shoots are cut off from the grapes.

Harvesting grapes for storage - 3-4, 7-10, September 30.
September 14-17 - best lunar days for wine harvest!
The best days for pruning grapes according to the lunar calendar gardener - 7-12, 16-17, September 21, 2017.

Work in the garden in September according to the lunar sowing calendar of the gardener and gardener 2017

As in the garden, harvesting becomes the main thing in the garden. Beets, turnips and radishes are harvested first. Root parsley and celery can be harvested on the same day as beets. The cabbage is harvested before the end of September.

Collect all the tomatoes remaining on the bushes when the night temperatures begin to drop to +8. +10 ° C.Bushes that have formed a lot of fruit can be uprooted and hung in a well-ventilated area. Tomatoes plucked with brushes ripen well. At the first danger of freezing - collect all the fruits of the pepper.

Melons, pumpkins and watermelons are removed when the seeds are fully ripe. Cut the pumpkin from the lashes along with the stalk, so it will be better stored. In late-ripening varieties, the pulp gains sweetness only by the end of February.

Collect dill seeds for planting next year. If there are a lot of seeds, pour some of the seeds into a dry glass jar and use during the winter as a seasoning for soups and meat dishes.

In the second half of September - early October, you can plant garlic. It is planted at a soil temperature of +10. +12 ° C.

In September, you can still sow radishes for a late harvest. Read more Planting radishes and daikons according to the lunar calendar 2017

Mushroom picking in September according to the lunar calendar 2017

In September, work stops at many sites. And all because the mushroom season has come! In 2017, it is better to choose September 7 and 13 for hiking in the forest.

Terms of work in the garden in September 2017 according to the lunar sowing calendar of the gardener

harvesting with ground fruits – 3-4, 7-8, 30

harvesting root crops – 9-10
preparation of beds for winter, digging soil with green manure, applying mineral and organic fertilizers before winter – 1-4, 19
fertilization – 3-5, 14-15, 25-26
spraying against diseases and pests – 25-26
6, 20 and 29 it is better to refrain from working in the garden and vegetable garden.

Works in the flower garden in September according to the lunar sowing calendar of the gardener and gardener 2017

In the first half of September, divide and plant perennial flowers: phlox, astilbe, irises, daylilies, peonies and delphiniums. In early September, plant seedlings of biennial crops such as mallow and viola in a permanent place. Clematis can be planted in early September. Plants planted in autumn take root well. It is necessary to plant, deepening the vaccination site by 8-12 cm.

Plant daffodils (early September) and tulips with hyacinths (late September to mid-October). Sow perennial seeds. According to folk signs, bulbous flowers can be planted when the leaves of the birch turn half yellow.

At the end of the month, dig up the gladioli, acidants and Depp's acid, and put them in storage. Gladioli are dug up with green leaves 40–45 days after flowering - the time it takes for the corms to ripen. Dry the corms for 3 weeks before storage.

Terms of work according to the lunar sowing calendar in September 2017 in a flower garden

preparation of beds for winter, digging soil with green manure, applying mineral and organic fertilizers before winter – 1-4, 19
division and transplantation of perennial flowers – 9-10
buying bulbs – 21-22

planting bulbous - 15, conditionally favorable - 21
fertilization – 3-5, 14-15, 25-26
pruning dry branches and faded inflorescences – 7-12, 16-17, 21
spraying against diseases and pests – 25-26

weeding flower beds and hilling perennials before winter – 1-4, 19

sowing perennials before winter – 1-2, 18-19
September 6, 20 and 29 are unfavorable days for working with plants. It is undesirable to sow before winter and replant flowers.

Lawn care in September according to the 2017 Lunar Sowing Calendar

Until mid-September, you need to make the last dressing with phosphorus-potassium fertilizers. It is useful to clean the lawn of weeds within a month, otherwise in the spring weeds left to winter can displace the lawn grass.

For mowing the lawn, it is best to choose September 5th. Dry fertilizer can be applied to the lawn September 21-22. Favorable days for weeding the lawn - September 1-4, 19.

Works in September with indoor plants according to the lunar calendar 2017

In September, all indoor plants taken to the country are taken back home. Before that, preventive examinations are carried out and sprayed against diseases and pests. If necessary, large plants are transplanted into new pots, partially cut off. It is useful to rinse all plants under a slightly warm shower.

Hyacinths, daffodils and crocuses are prepared for winter forcing. Read more about forcing different plants:

In September, you can propagate Tradescantia, Saintpaulia and Streptocarpus by leaf cuttings.

Terms of work with indoor plants in September 2017 according to the lunar calendar of the florist

transplanting, transshipment and replacement of the top layer of soil for large-sized workers – 9-10
top dressing with complex fertilizers – 3-5, 14-15, 25-26,
On September 5, on the growing moon in Pisces, watering, combined with feeding, will bring special benefits to plants
treatment against diseases and pests (aphids, spider mites, scale insects, whiteflies) – 25-26
pruning – 7-12, 16-17, 21
transplantation of all climbing crops (vines) - hoya, cissus and paprika - 17, 24, 27.

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