Gloxinia terry and its varietal variety

Gloxinia or Sinningia is one of the most flowering and popular indoor plants. Every year the register of varieties is replenished with new hybrids bred by breeders. The most beautiful of them, terry gloxinia, become favorites in private collections.

Gloxinia or Sinningia? What is the difference

Simple gloxinia have 1 row of petals, terry - two or more

For a long time it was believed that these are synonyms for the same plant species. But now botanists have separated these two concepts and believe that synningia and gloxinia are two completely different plants.

The fact is that gloxinia have a thickened scaly rhizome, the so-called rhizome. Sinningia, on the other hand, produces pronounced underground tubers.

Video about terry gloxinia

In some countries, gloxinia is considered a natural species, and synningia is garden, or it is called false gloxinia. But traditionally, many growers call sinningia gloxinia.

How are gloxinia classified

According to the characteristics of the flower, gloxinia have several divisions.

  1. By the number of rows of petals - simple and double. Simple gloxinia have 1 row of petals, terry - two or more. The flowers of terry gloxinia resemble a large carnation or rose.
  2. According to the color of the corolla - monochromatic, chintz and tigers. Chintz have specks or peas of the same size according to the basic tone. Tigrines - the same speck or polka dots, but also a border around the edge of the petal. For monophonic ones, a white center is allowed.
  3. In the shape of a flower - bells and tidea. Tideas are conventionally called five-petal flowers, oblong and convex in one place, they are also called shoes.

Terry Gloxinia flowers resemble a large carnation or rose

By the size of the rosette, like that of Saintpaulias, gloxinia are distinguished miniature, semi-miniature and standard. Plants are considered miniature, the rosette of which in a radius reaches up to 20 cm, semi-miniature - from 20 to 30 cm, the standard - over 30 cm.

But this distinction is very conditional, since it also depends on the conditions of detention and care. For example, a miniature can be overfed with nitrogen, or the standard can be grown in poor soil. In such cases, the outlet size will not be an indication of the classification.

What varieties of gloxinia are preferred today by amateur flower growers? In the first place are large-flowered terry representatives. Some of them deserve special attention.

The most popular terry varieties

Gloxinia Cleopatra is one of the most beautiful representatives of the species, bred artificially. Huge bell-shaped double flowers with wavy edge of petals. Dark purple, purple or burgundy-lilac specks are densely scattered over the snow-white background, which merge into strokes towards the middle and form a one-color purple spot. The edges of the petals are slightly lightened and dotted with tiny peas. The leaves are bright green, the rosette is compact, the peduncles are erect, low. Bouquet flowering, abundant and long lasting.

Bouquet flowering, abundant and long

Gloxinia Brocade f1 (Brocade) is a favorite of flower growers. Hybrid variety of Japanese selection. Known in two colors, blue and red: Brocade Blue - solid blue, Brocade Red - solid red, Brocade Red and White - red or pink with a white border. The flowers are double, large, blue or red with a clear white “picoti” border, bloom in a lush bouquet, stay on the peduncle for a long time. The plant is compact, undersized. A biennial Brocada can have up to 25 buds at a time. The leaves are small, velvety. Against the background of a small rosette, the flowers look simply huge.

Gloxinia Kaiser Wilhelm Huge black-violet or blue velvety double bells with a clearly marked snow-white border. A popular, abundantly flowering and unpretentious variety of gloxinia. The petals are velvety, pubescent, the transition to the border has a sharp border. The throat of the flower is darkened, with a barely noticeable speck at the very bottom. Leaves are slightly curled at the sides. It begins to bloom in 3-4 years, but the long wait is worth it. As a reward for your patience and work, you will receive a wonderful bouquet of flowers of a rich color, constantly blooming throughout the entire growing season. Variety paired gloxinia Kaiser Friedrich, differ in the color of the petals. Frederick has it burgundy.

Gloxinia Winter Cherry, there is a parallel name Frosty Cherry. Snow-white double large flowers are densely covered with large dark cherry peas, as if someone had scattered ripe cherries in the snow. The bush is small, compact, strong peduncle.

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Gloxinia Eliza, it is characterized by a wide border of black and purple color. A scattering of dark peas on a white field makes the terry flower unusually beautiful against the background of an emerald rosette of leaves. Sometimes there is so little white that the flower appears dark purple, almost black. Beautiful show grade.

In addition to those listed, white Bylina, Madonna, Dolce Vita remain widely popular varieties of terry gloxinia; pink Pink Pearl, Pink Tale, Tenderness, affectionate May, Ksyusha; red Madame Margaret, Isabella, Scarlett, Yesenia; purple black Panther, Nostalgia, Accidental Meeting. As you can see, the choice is large enough and will satisfy the needs of the most sophisticated indoor floriculture fans.

Growing eggplants in Belarus - the secrets of a generous harvest

Among all nightshade crops, eggplants are the most hardy and stable during the development phase of fruits and are ideal for growing in our climatic zone. And they show the best results not in greenhouses, but in open ground. In the mild climate of Belarus, summer temperatures and moderate air humidity are very favorable for the formation of flowers and the growth of fruit mass.

You need to start sowing seeds for seedlings 80-90 days before planting seedlings on the site. These figures are based on the fact that seed germination takes 7-10 days, and the optimal age of seedlings before planting in the ground is 70-80 days. It is at this age that the seedlings are distinguished by the greatest vitality and easily adapt to new conditions.

Growing eggplants is even more exciting than tomatoes and peppers, since "blue" ones have a huge number of highly decorative varieties with fruits of different colors (white, yellow, red, brown, striped) and shapes (round, oval, plum). Fruit weight varies from 60 grams to 0.7 kg. There are shrub varieties that can be grown on a windowsill all year round. Among them are baby eggplants with a compact tree-shaped crown, densely covered with miniature fruits.

Hydrangea in your garden landscaping

It is very important to find the optimal place for the hydrangea, taking into account its needs and the possibilities of the site. Hydrangea loves partial shade, but an adult shrub can tolerate prolonged exposure to the sun well if provided with regular and abundant watering. And this plant loves to drink, it is not for nothing that its Latin name hydrangea translates as "a vessel with water"!

Another whim of the hydrangea cannot be ignored: it prefers acidic soil. This means that the campaign should include plants with similar needs. Only in this case, the neighborhood will not be burdensome. Plants, like flowers in a bouquet, can not only complement, but also set off each other.

In our country, 3 out of 70 existing varieties of hydrangea are most often grown:

  • paniculate
  • treelike (wild or smooth)
  • garden or large-leaved.

Each variety has its own characteristics, which should also be taken into account so that the plant fits as organically as possible into the space allotted for it.

Planting perennial eustoma at home

You can only plant a plant with seeds. Collecting them with your own hands is difficult. It is better to buy a bag of granules of the selected variety from the store. Landing technology:

  1. Prepare a container and soil, consisting of a moistened mixture of river sand and peat in equal proportions.
  2. Do not deepen the seed pellets, just press them slightly with your finger.
  3. Equip a glass or film greenhouse with a small vent. Maintain the temperature inside within + 23 ... 25 ° С. It can be reduced by 7–8 ° C at night.

Eustoma shoots

  • Until shoots appear, spray the soil with a spray bottle.
  • With proper care, expect to germinate in about 14 days. Now they need an abundance of light - at least 10-12 hours a day.
  • The greenhouse can be opened from time to time, tempering the sprouts. First, for 10-15 minutes. a day, then more.
  • Once the seedlings have reached 10–12 cm in height (at about 6–8 weeks of age), they should be dived. Transplant at once 3-5 copies in one container. The buds will be tied after 3-4 months.
  • Attention! The germination rates of store seeds are approximately 60%. To increase the efficiency of planting at any stage, the granules can be punctured with a sterile needle.

    As a rule, eustoma seeds are planted in January-February. But if sowing is carried out in July or early autumn, then flowering buds can be obtained in winter. Then, by summer, the plant will bloom again. To do this, feed it with fertilizers and cut off the faded buds.

    Briefly - about the secrets of gardening

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    Returning to the topic of choosing a suitable grape variety, we note that the answer to this question will determine the future yield of the variety, the timing of its collection, ways of further use of berries and the procedure for preparing the plant for winter frosts. Indeed, along with the covering varieties, there are also non-covering varieties, which most caring winegrowers still try to protect from frost, just in case. We recommend that when choosing grape varieties on our website, use the filter on the left side to select the vine according to ripening and frost resistance.

    Healthy Clematis - Lush Bloom

    So, the choice of a place for planting clematis must meet the following culture requirements:

    1. Adequate Lighting - Clematis requires good lighting, but intense UV rays throughout the day can severely burn the leaves. It is especially important to protect the clematis plantings from the strong sun in the south, where long daylight hours are characteristic in summer. That is why clematis vines are planted next to climbing roses, girlish grapes, hops. The foliage of other plants shades the clematis and prevents the sun's rays from burning the leaves.
    2. Blowing protection - it is not recommended to plant clematis in areas open to winds. In the first year, weak stems react very negatively to strong winds, which cause the leaves and first buds to break off. In winter, the cold north wind contributes to the freezing of vines.
    3. Avoid wet soils - clematis should not be planted in areas with high groundwater levels. With a distance from the roots to the aquifer within 0.8-1.0 m, clematis should be planted on artificially arranged hills. A drainage layer must be laid at the bottom of the planting pits. Broken brick, gravel, pebbles can be used as drainage.
    4. The size of the planting holes - on different types of soil, planting holes are dug of different diameters. On light soils, a depression of 50x50 cm is enough; on heavy soils, the size of the seat is increased to 70x70 cm.

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