The dwarf pines for pots They have become a great alternative to decorate the exterior of our home. For this very reason, our colleagues from Architecture Planet Today we have shared a new post in which we will see how to plant them easily and quickly. So, if you are interested, do not move from the screen because we are starting right now.
How to plant dwarf pins in pots
Plant dwarf pines for pots It is a very simple task that anyone in your home can do. The only thing you need is an available flowerbed and 30 minutes of your time to be able to do it. The best thing about these dwarf pines is that they have a very slow growth and above all they are very easy to care for. Let's see the step by step that we prepare for you.
What are we going to need for our dwarf pines in pots?
- Three dwarf pines (you can buy them at any nursery near your home)
- Fertile or fertile land. You can find it as compost in some places depending on your country.
- White stones for the garden (you can use the ones you like the most but we liked the idea of making a contrast using this type of stone)
- Scissors or cutter (whatever we have in our house)
How to Plant a Potted Lemon Pine - Step by Step
The first thing we must do is remove the weeds and the remains of other plants that we have in our flowerpot or flowerbed where we are going to put our dwarf pines. Our colleagues had this flowerbed which they had shown and featured in stories of Instagram so that his followers can comment and recommend what they could do with him.
Then to plant our dwarf pines in pots what we have to do is make the holes to introduce each one of them. In this case we made three holes because we had three dwarf pines to transplant. The diameter of each hole is approximately 10 cm wide x 10 cm long and 10 cm deep. Likewise, when you have the dwarf pine in your hand, you will find out if you need to dig a hole a little deeper.
With our well done, we take our first dwarf pine and proceed to make a cut with our scissors on each side of the plastic pot. We do this to be able to remove the pine more easily when transplanting it. Then we must repeat the procedure with each of the pines that we have to transplant to our flowerpot or flowerbed.
Now if our dwarf pine is ready to be removed from its temporary plastic pot to go to our flowerbed.
Taking organic compost or fertilized soil we cover each of our dwarf pines so that they can grow and adapt to their new one optimally.
About Us We suggest that if we have this fertilized land we use it later in the entire flowerbed. It will be good for the flowerbed to renew its nutrients and it will give a new earth aspect to the aesthetics that will make your dwarf pines look much better.
Now if the dwarf pines are finally transplanted and with their soil fertilized throughout the bed. We only have the last step that is decorative.
As a last step, what we must do is take our white stones that we had previously selected and place them around the newly planted dwarf pines. It will give you a great aesthetic look with the contrast of the brown of the earth and the green of our lemon pine.
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