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Lunnik reviving is an ancient plant that prefers moist shady forests located on the banks of water bodies. Many growers grow this plant in their garden plots.
- Lunar plant
- How to choose a landing site
- Planting and caring for the moonlider
Lunnik reviving is a perennial plant belonging to the cabbage family. It grows throughout Europe and in the central part of Russia:
- in Moscow
- Novgorod regions
Lunnik has unusual large silver-colored moon-shaped fruits. For which it is highly appreciated by lovers of dry food. Bouquets formed from Lunnik can stand throughout the winter. In addition, the plant has medicinal properties.
It is used in the treatment of the gastrointestinal tract and excretory system. The plant regulates blood pressure and reduces capillary fragility.
Lunaria bushes can reach up to half a meter in height, nature can grow up to one meter. The lower leaves are heart-shaped. They are colored dark green. The stem has the following characteristics:
- rough to the touch
- has pubescence in the form of white hairs
In the first year of life, a leaf rosette begins to form in the plant, in the second year it blooms. It blooms with white or purple inflorescences, the flowers have a fragrant aroma. The flowering period lasts from May to mid-June. After the plant has faded, fruits begin to form on it.
How to choose a landing site
The lunar who comes to life prefers shaded places. An excess of light affects him negatively, the plant begins to shrink and turn pale. Lunar needs a lot of space. This plant loves space. In cramped conditions, it will develop poorly and give few flowers. The lunar is not planted in open, blown places, gusts of wind can break a thin tall stem and fragile twigs.
Lunaria is actively used in landscape design, with its help you can decorate a garden plot. To do this, you can choose one of the most popular landing methods:
- Gravel bed, it is formed from gravel or pebbles. Lunnik looks great on a gravel background. The composition can be supplemented with fennel, barley, geranium.
- A glade in the shade of trees. The flowerbed is formed using moons of aria and fuchsia, which also prefers shady areas.
- The Moorish lawn is planted with various meadow grasses. Together with lunaria, chamomile, cornflower, calendula, clover, and cereals are planted.
Lunnik reviving is characterized by excellent external indicators. During the flowering period, it will decorate the garden plot, and in the winter you can make elegant compositions from it.
The reviving lunar is quite whimsical to the composition of the soil. Before planting a plant, you need to dig up the soil well and add humus to it. For 1 sq. meter will require 4 kg of fertilizer. The soil should be loose, nutritious and well aerated. Loamy and sandy loam soils are suitable for this plant.
Planting and caring for the moonwalker
Lunnik is planted with seeds in open ground. As soon as the frost ends, they start sowing. Seeds are planted immediately to a permanent place of growth, since the plant does not tolerate transplants well. Only the most mature fruits are selected for sowing; they are brown in color. Lunaria seeds are large, they are easy to plant immediately in the designated place.
You can choose an autumn planting option. In this case, the lunar is sown in September, then in the spring it may already bloom, but there will not be many flowers. Mass flowering will begin only in the second year of life.
After the emergence of sprouts, thinning is performed if necessary. The color should not grow close to each other, a distance of 30 cm should be maintained between the bushes. Young seedlings will need to be shaded.
The lunar belongs to winter-hardy plants, so it does not need to be covered for the winter. The plant grows well in a humid environment, but it is important to avoid excess moisture. Lunaria does not tolerate stagnant water in the soil. This flower does not like spraying either.
Drought, heat, excess sunlight is bad for the condition of the flower. In the wild, the reviving lunar grows under the cover of deciduous forests, which protect it from excess light. Lunar can be found in floodplains, on the banks of a stream, in a ravine.
On the garden plot, conditions should be created that are similar to natural ones. The plant is resistant to the invasion of harmful insects. In some cases, a louse may attack the flower. To get rid of the pest, insecticides are used.
The reviving moonwalker has a rich history. The plant has been known since the end of the 16th century. In the Middle Ages, it was considered a magical plant that brings wealth and good luck to the house. The fruits of the lunar were carried with them in order to increase the welfare. Currently, this flower adorns gardens and city parks.
Video about how the lunar opens the bud: