Amateur flower growers grow various lianas, both decorative leafy and flowering. The dignity of the vines is that they can close an unsightly fence, an old hedge, or an outbuilding that spoils the overall look. They can not only decorate all this, but can also serve as a living screen. Kalestegy terry is capable of all this. This is a real assistant gardeners and gardeners, in spite of its simplicity. This plant can delight those around with its beauty throughout the season, and it is possible to watch its flowering until the most frost.
This flower is popularly called the Siberian rose. This is due to the fact that the flowers look like inflorescences of blooming roses, but not strict and dense, but somewhat fluffy. Kalistegii virtue is that it blooms profusely in the first year of planting, starting in mid-July. The plant is formed in each bosom of green leaves. It is safe to say that there are as many leaves on a flower, as many flowers that are constantly blooming before the onset of winter.
Terry Kaltegia is often confused with climbing roses and clematis, but you can hardly find Kaltegia in gardens. Even in flower shops it is very difficult to get hold of planting material, which is basically a stumbling block for those who do not mind having this vine in their garden.
Kalistegiya: growing and care
Kalistegia feels good in any conditions, so there are no particular problems with growing, and if you look after her, you can get a fast-growing climbing plant that can very quickly get used to any garden and complete any task assigned to it: climb on any support, decorate the old brick wall, etc.
Planting site and soil
The lighter the place chosen for it, the faster it will thank the owner for its abundant and luxurious blooms. If you plant it in the shade, it will bloom, but not so bright, and the flowering period will be shortened: it will bloom two weeks later.
It does not grow badly on any soil, but prefers light, but nutritious. In good conditions and on good soil this plant can grow for about 10 years.
Watering and feeding
As a rule, the vine does not require additional watering and costs of the amount of natural precipitation. It is necessary to feed the plant, as it takes a lot of energy to bloom. It can be mineral and organic fertilizers, which are applied alternately. Fertilization should be regular, otherwise the vine will not be able to bloom abundantly for such a long period.
This plant can not be transplanted in the summer, as it is actively developing and, as a result of transplantation, it can die. As for the autumn transplant, it may be the way. And yet, the Siberian rose can grow in one place for up to 30 years and the main task is to plant it correctly, once and for all, in the place where it will feel good for many years. At the same time, it is necessary to take into account the fact that it is a green aggressor and can crush any flowers. Therefore, it will be better if there are no flower beds and front gardens next to her, otherwise she will quickly master them. She is constantly reaching for the sun and no obstacles will become a hindrance for her.
Even if it is in solitude, then it is better to dig out all the young root processes, otherwise there may be a lot of problems next year.
Kalytigieva terry, during growth gives a lot of root processes. To transplant this plant, it is enough to dig up a young shoot and plant it in the right place. When transplanting, it is desirable to water the young tree. In this regard, we can say that there are no separate recommendations on the method of breeding calistegy. It can be transplanted (young shoots) at any time of the year, from early spring to late autumn. The only thing that, when disembarking in late autumn, should be covered so that winter frosts do not reach it.
The Siberian rose very easily transfers winter frosts without any additional protective measures, but it is advisable to cut the bush before wintering. No freezing of the plant during the wintering period was observed.
Somewhere once a week you need to pick up scissors and pick up dried flowers, since the presence of dried buds makes it not so attractive. For good development and proper formation of the bush, it is necessary to thin the vine and remove weak young shoots.