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A backyard, garden and even a small balcony or a more lit corner in your home can be a source of tranquility and peace. Taking care of the plants or planning, researching and choosing the ones you are going to plant is good for our mind. of our mind.
And nothing better to beautify a green area and calm our soul than flowering vines, isn’t it? So I selected 8 of those that fill with flowers and leave everyone in love, to have in small and large spaces. We will see?
Flowering vines for large areas – The Golden Trumpet
It resembles the popular Alamanda, except that it has much larger flowers (up to 20 cm). Native to tropical America, it prefers under full sun, with sandy soil enriched with organic matter and irrigated regularly. If you stay in half shade it will have fewer flowers. It grows fast if it is in a good place.
It tolerates a little bit of shade, but this can cause it to have fewer flowers. Plant in a place protected from strong winds, and that there is no frost in winter, which is when it blooms the most. It needs space in pergolas, pergolas and fences. Its flowers have a mild scent.
Its propagation happens through cutting (Cuttings: Take a 10 cm pointer and stick it in a substrate or in thick sand and in a few days, you will have a new seedling).
Flowering vines for large areas – Spring
Super popular, bougainvillea spectabilis, can cover up fences, walls, arches. It has lush blooms (in fact, modified leaves) in clusters in red, pink, yellow, orange, etc. late autumn to summer.
It is rustic, does not require rich soil or frequent watering (only in the dry season). You can plant it in pots.
To plant, choose 1 meter seedlings and drive as a vine (in fact, it is a shrub and not a vine, so it needs to be driven, attaching its branches and then directing its branches as you wish).
Wet the seedling every other day for 2 months and go! It grows well and to be beautiful it must always be pruned after flowering: twice a year to clean dead branches, and once to contain it (in winter). After pruning, fertilize with earthworms.
Flowering vines for large or small areas – A Sapatinho de Judia
We have already talked about the Jewish shoe. As we said, it can be planted on a small balcony, but always controlled. Its multiplication can be done by cuttings of about 30 cm removed after flowering.
For the first 2 months, keep the cuttings protected and water daily. Then, take them to the final location.
It grows fast, but does not need much care being in the right place. In 5 to 6 months she will be 1 meter tall.
Flowering vines that adapt to smaller areas – Climbing rose
The climbing rose requires care, but the result is wonderful! It can be tutored on trusses, fences or small arches. They do well in regions with a mild climate.
It is necessary to prepare 200 g of dolomitic limestone for each square meter of soil 15 days beforehand to balance the soil pH, as it does not tolerate acidic soil, very common in Brazil.
After 15 days, prepare the soil with a mixture of 50 g of bone meal (if you have dogs it is better not to put it), 50 of NPK 4-14-8 and 15 kg of earthworm or manure. Then plant the seedlings and cover the soil with leaves. Water daily for the first month.
Annually, in winter, it can take a third of the tips of the branches. So you stimulate new shoots. Fertilize every 2 months with earthworms.
Flowering vines for smaller areas – Japanese lantern
A delicate plant with beautiful flowers in the shape of bells and Japanese lanterns. Its branches reach 3 meters and it is also a shrub, so it needs to be guided by moorings (moorings) on trusses, arches or walls.
It attracts hummingbirds and butterflies and gives flowers all year round, especially in spring and summer.
It has a tropical climate of altitude, full sun in regions of mild temperature and half shade in warmer regions, which makes it interesting for balconies with good light. Annual pruning at the tips of the branches is welcome.
It multiplies by cutting. The soil must be rich in organic matter and kept moist (water 2 to 3 times a week).
Flowering vines for smaller areas – Lágrima de Cristo
It is ideal for embroidering balconies, fences and trusses. Its white calyx flowers with red corolla appear in spring and summer.
It has a tropical climate, but it can live in subtropical areas with more care in watering and fertilizing – only that it loses leaves in winter in this colder environment.
To stimulate more flowers, you can trim the ends of the branches when they become thin.
She’s really a creeper, so let go tendrils (see photo below) that cling to whatever is nearby to climb. Grows slowly, needs sun, regular watering and fertile soil with organic material and well drained.
Fertilization should be done with organic animal and vegetable compost and bone meal (if you have dogs it is better not to add)) mixed.
In the spring you can cut seedlings by cutting branches without flowers and placing them in sand. It tolerates drought and accepts land on the coast.
Flowering vines for large and medium areas – Honeysuckle
It is an easy vine to grow and undemanding (periodic watering and occasional pruning). It can cover fences, walls, pergolas, trusses and arches.
It can be planted in pots or on the ground, with a mixture of soil, sand and organic compost. The vessels must be well drained.
She likes full sun. Its flowers are large, beautiful and still have perfume (beware of allergies). The flowers are white when they appear and will turn yellow. It grows fast, so it must always be controlled.
Flowering vines for smaller areas – Jasmine from Madagascar
It can be grown in regions of warm and mild climate. Does not tolerate frosts. It prefers sunny places (without direct sun) and accepts half shade. Prepare the soil with a well-drained substrate with earthworm humus and sand.
It does not support excess moisture.
Its white flowers last a long time and are fragrant (beware of allergies). Annually you replace nutrients by adding castor cake, ash and humus.