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Violets - Plant - Flower - in pot

Violets - Plant - Flower - in pot

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Violet stalks in 5 cm pots.

Violets are easy to grow and do not require much maintenance. With its wide range of colors and abundant flowering, it gives shine to flowerbeds and pots.

Autumn is the ideal season to plant violet plants in the ground. They can be planted under cover all year round, taking care to respect the growing conditions of this perennial.

Prepare for planting

Soil preparation:

  • A few weeks before planting: dig and amend the soil. To have significant flowering, enrich the soil with a quality fertilizer,
  • The evening before: check that the ground is not dry. If this is the case, it must be watered to properly moisten the soil.
  • The big day: loosen the soil and remove weed roots, stones, etc. Scratch the soil to break up clods and level.

Preparing the violet before planting:

  • For plants in pots: immerse them in a bucket or basin of water. Ten minutes is enough. Take them out and let them drain.
  • For plants taken from a seedling in the ground: take a transplanter and dig all around to remove a nice clod of earth, being careful not to damage the roots. A sunny exposure is ideal for growing violets. In this case, it is essential to ensure regular watering.
  • However, many varieties grow best in shady locations.

Space each plant 20 to 25 cm apart depending on the variety. Avoid aligning them regularly to have a more aesthetic result.

Depending on the varieties and the expected effect, space two rows of violets 15 to 35 cm apart. Allow between 20 and 40 cm with another species. In general, violets and bulbous plants such as tulips or even irises go well together.

How to plant?

  • Make a hole about ten centimeters deep with a transplanter.
  • Place sand or gravel at the bottom to avoid excess water.
  • Carefully remove the plant with its rootball, paying attention to the roots, and plant. The rootball must be flush with ground level.
  • Cover with soil and tamp lightly.
  • Water the base of the plan from the neck.

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Violet stalks in 5 cm pots.

Violets are easy to grow and do not require much maintenance. With its wide range of colors and abundant flowering, it gives shine to flowerbeds and pots.

Autumn is the ideal season to plant violet plants in the ground. They can be planted under cover all year round, taking care to respect the growing conditions of this perennial.

Prepare for planting

Soil preparation:

  • A few weeks before planting: dig and amend the soil. To have significant flowering, enrich the soil with a quality fertilizer,
  • The evening before: check that the ground is not dry. If this is the case, it must be watered to properly moisten the soil.
  • The big day: loosen the soil and remove weed roots, stones, etc. Scratch the soil to break up clods and level.

Preparing the violet before planting:

  • For plants in pots: immerse them in a bucket or basin of water. Ten minutes is enough. Take them out and let them drain.
  • For plants taken from a seedling in the ground: take a transplanter and dig all around to remove a nice clod of earth, being careful not to damage the roots. A sunny exposure is ideal for growing violets. In this case, it is essential to ensure regular watering.
  • However, many varieties grow best in shady locations.

Space each plant 20 to 25 cm apart depending on the variety. Avoid aligning them regularly to have a more aesthetic result.

Depending on the varieties and the expected effect, space two rows of violets 15 to 35 cm apart. Allow between 20 and 40 cm with another species. In general, violets and bulbous plants such as tulips or even irises go well together.

How to plant?

  • Make a hole about ten centimeters deep with a transplanter.
  • Place sand or gravel at the bottom to avoid excess water.
  • Carefully remove the plant with its rootball, paying attention to the roots, and plant. The rootball must be flush with ground level.
  • Cover with soil and tamp lightly.
  • Water the base of the plan from the neck.