Asters, Chrysanthemums

Asters terry and non-terry, of various colors and shades are extraordinarily beautiful, but, like many other plants, they are prone to attack by pests. Find out what to do in this case. The pests of asters can be divided into 2 groups depending on their habitat: soil pests, which include the most aggressive pests, such as the bear and the wireworm; ground, damaging green mass, buds and inflorescences of asters: various types of aphids, spider mites, onion bug, slugs and other pests.

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Knowing some simple secrets of growing asters, it is possible to grow particularly lush flowers on your plot, regardless of the type and variety. Asters are able to decorate any garden. Today, flower growers have a wide selection of asters of various sizes and shapes. But deciding to grow these flowers, it should be remembered that they bloom no earlier than 3-4 months after planting.

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When buying a favorite variety of chrysanthemum, the florist should ask about the timing of flowering (budding). Indeed, it is possible to see chrysanthemum in full bloom in open ground only in summer, early and medium varieties. In addition, chrysanthemums brought from the southern regions will grow well, but they will not wait to bloom.

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Chrysanthemum - late flowering perennial, characterized by high immunity to diseases and pests. However, she can get sick. In order not to put flowers at risk, it is necessary to closely monitor their condition and take preventive measures in a timely manner. And if it was not possible to avoid the disease, then it is important to know which methods of struggle are most effective.

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These flowers are light-requiring, prefer light and not sour fertile soil. For the rest, they are unpretentious and do not require painstaking care. We tell how to independently grow perennial asters from seeds and care for them. In total there are about 500 species of perennial asters. The leaves of this plant have a lanceolate form and a dark green color.

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These plants have many enemies that damage the stems, leaves, buds and flowers of asters. What are these pests and how to fight them? Asters are very beautiful flowers. That's just the enemies of these plants quite a lot. Therefore, everyone who likes to grow asters, you need to know what pests can attack them.

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Amateur flower growers face the fact that all leaves on the chrysanthemums turn black from the bottom to the buds, although the plants bloom well. What is this disease and how to get rid of it? To stop the spread of the disease in time and save chrysanthemums, it is important to correctly determine the causes of blackening of the leaves. As a rule, black spots on the leaves signal one of the fungal diseases, which we will discuss in this article.

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Asters can decorate the garden from May to November, depending on which variety you plant. So even in the fall, despite the end of the season, cold weather and rain, your garden will look bright in summer. Flowering asters - the final chord of the garden symphony. These bright and elegant flowers adorn the site all summer, and then in the most difficult time - in the autumn, when everything around has already begun to lose color and turn gray.

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