50pcs Morus Mulberry Fruit Tree Seeds Mixed Mori Plant Exotic Medicinal Bonsai

December 25, 2019 - Comment

Welcome to our Hotsy-totsy trade! Hello, my friend! A little about the product: Product Description: Package Include: 50pcs Morus Seeds Specification: Climate: Temperate, Sub-Tropical Watering: Medium Soil pH: Neutral Season of Interest: Summer Sunlight: Full Sun Soil Type: Peat, sand Foliage: Deciduous Mulberry, or mulberry (lat. Morus) – tall tree with sweet berries, looks like

Welcome to our Hotsy-totsy trade! Hello, my friend! A little about the product: Product Description: Package Include: 50pcs Morus Seeds Specification: Climate: Temperate, Sub-Tropical Watering: Medium Soil pH: Neutral Season of Interest: Summer Sunlight: Full Sun Soil Type: Peat, sand Foliage: Deciduous Mulberry, or mulberry (lat. Morus) – tall tree with sweet berries, looks like blackberries, black, white or pink. For a long time, this plant was considered an exclusively southern culture, but thanks to the efforts of gardeners and breeders, its distribution area has expanded significantly. Sowing seeds Then they are immersed for 1-2 hours in a solution of a means that stimulates growth (for example, Zircon or EPIN). After that, they are sown in open soil. In the event that you will be engaged in sowing at the beginning of the spring period, the seeds will need to be stratified for 4-8 weeks before this. You can not stratify the seeds, but in this case they will need pre-sowing preparation. To do this, in the spring just before sowing, the seeds must be immersed in cold water for 24 hours, then they are removed and kept for the same amount of time in very warm water (from 50 to 53 degrees). For beds, choose a well-lit, unshadowed place. Then you need to prepare the grooves and pour them with water, having previously dissolved in it fertilizers intended for fruit and berry crops. The seeds of this plant are small, and they need to be sown as rarely as possible. They should be buried in the soil for 30-50 mm. the Bed should be well watered when the seeds are sealed in the ground, and then its surface is covered with a layer of mulch. In autumn, the mulching layer is made thicker than in spring, since in winter the seeds can freeze. Appeared seedlings need to be systematically watered, weeded and fed. By the onset of the autumn period, grown and strengthened seedlings can be planted, while depending on the variety of mulberry, the distance between the plants should be 3-5 meters. The plant, grown from seeds, begins to bear fruit after 5 or 6 years. Lighting Mulberry should be planted in places with good lighting, where the North and East winds do not blow. If necessary, you can build an improvised defense against them. Temperature The tree grows quickly, is resistant to drought and does not suffer even from severe frosts. It can withstand cold temperatures up to -30°C. Soil Mulberry can be planted in 90% of soils. But, of course, it will bear fruit well only on fertile soils that are rich in nutrients and substances. It is strictly forbidden to plant these trees in wetlands and damp lowlands. The most suitable option will be soils with good drainage and high ability to retain moisture. Planting mulberry trees, take into account that over time they grow, so the distance between the seedlings should be left up to 6 m. Irrigation To mulberry was more winter-resistant, it must be watered regularly from the beginning of spring and until July. This should be done during a severe drought. Starting in July, you can not water the plant. If in the spring there is a large amount of rain, then you do not need to water the mulberry. Note: 1. Please seeds stored in a cool, dry place. 2. The volume of the soil should keep a distance of 1-2cm from the rim of the pot 3. No need to water too often, keep the soil moderately moist 4. The color and brightness may differ a little for the difference of shooting facilities, computer display screens or other factors. Your understanding is so appreciated. See you soon! Hotsy-totsy trade

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