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EFFECTIVE AND EFFECTIVE METHOD OF HONEY REPRODUCTION
Although honeysuckle is considered a trouble-free culture, it is not always possible to reproduce it. Therefore, it is worth paying close attention to this letter.
To all those who want to grow such a wonderful garden culture as honeysuckle in their territory, I advise you, first of all, to read the letter of Larisa Konstantinovna Ledovskikh “A poet’s dream. And the gourmet. ” That’s right, the author wrote about caring for her and her amazing qualities! I also agree that without it, no garden is a garden. Am I exaggerating? Not at all!
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If only because honeysuckle in the new season gives tasty and healthy berries before the others. Even strawberries are ahead! This, of course, applies to the blue honeysuckle, the fruit of which is edible. This is just a question of reproduction, dear Larisa Konstantinovna did not discuss in her letter. And here’s something to think about and work on. That is why I decided, so to speak, to complete the topic.
Five honeysuckle bushes grow in the northern part of the site. They never freeze, there are no pests, they bear fruit annually. Their height depends on the variety: some have grown by almost 1.5 m, while others have not even reached a meter. But the principle of reproduction is the same for everyone.
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The best time to do this is when the berries ripen on them.
Now my daughter is doing it, but under my guidance. It pulls out green cuttings (ie young shoots) so that they have “heels” of 10-20 cm, cuts off all the leaves except the top pair and processes them in a growth stimulator, dipping the “heels” in the solution. Then he starts planting on the school bed. It is worth mentioning this in particular.
We start preparing it at the end of the previous season. We dig a foundation pit between two rows of trees, put grass, useless fruits, cabbage leaves and all kinds of twigs into it and cover it with earth. In winter, the contents of the cavity rot and settle. Before planting, we weeded the dug trench and went to work. Plant the seedlings in rows (according to the varieties), water them well, sprinkle them with dry soil, and when the water is completely absorbed, cover everything with thick nonwoven agrotextile.
So that the wind does not blow it away, we kick the bottles upside down on the edges. After that, all care is just watering. And even for the winter, the seedlings remain closed. In spring, we only open when it gets really warmer. Water if necessary. The plants start to grow at this time, but because they are still small, they grow in school for a year.
And in the fall of next year, we replant them to a permanent place, but as soon as possible so that the plants can take root until winter, and in the new season they start “growing” early (and they can do it!). In general, it takes three years for a honeysuckle to grow normally.
I must say that the success of these green seedlings depends on the variety. For example, Cinderella takes root very well. You can also reproduce by seeds, but then you will have to wait even longer for fruiting, and besides, you can get seedlings with bitter or very small berries. We have one such “companion” who grows in this way – only as experience
roll. But in an adult honeysuckle, the crown cannot be cut for 15 years! It is generally a very durable and graceful plant that grows in one place for 20-30 years. Yes, I want to highlight one more important point: it is necessary to mulch the honeysuckle, since its root system is superficial!
We even do this in the fall: we cut the peony stalks, dry them and lay them under the bushes. I forgot to say that honeysuckle does not give root shoots. In short, dear summer residents, be sure to plant honeysuckle. Its berries can be simply made magic jam and jam “live” or they can be frozen. In addition, honeysuckle has healing properties, and its leaves, stems and bark (not to mention berries) are used in folk medicine as an antiseptic, wound-healing and diuretic. It also helps with vitamin deficiency.
Do not confuse just decorative and edible honeysuckle! And one more thing: we do not deal with sending seedlings, sorry.
© Author: Valentina KNYAZKOVA.
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I have a lot of honeysuckle – 22 bushes. I propagate it in layers: in early spring, I add the lower branches, fasten them with wire staples, and by the next year I get seedlings with a good root system.
There is also a second way. In June, I pick off the young growths with “heels”, put them in 200-gram cups, sprinkle them all the way to the edges and water them. Then I put arches across them and cover them with foil. The main thing is that the seedlings are kept moist and warm. Well, next year on the swollen buds you can immediately see how these little twigs feel. Transplanting them from cups is very easy.
Among the varieties, I like Kamchadalka the most. By the way, in different varieties, the fruits have a suitable shape: some have a barrel, others have a spindle. That’s why I keep buying new items. For example, last year I listed Bakcharsky Giant, Pride Bakchara, Giant’s Daughter, Strezhevchanka, and Chulymskaya.
© Author: Vera SAMOSHKINA. Voronezh
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