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There are plants that decorate the garden in any season. Let's try to figure out why this plant looks elegant both in winter and in summer.
- Derain white "Siberica Variegata", description of the plant
- How to plant white grass in the garden
- The use and benefits of deren
Derain white "Siberica Variegata", description of the plant
The genus Derain is part of the Kizilov family. This genus includes almost 50 species. Many species are actively used in landscaping and landscape design. One of these varieties is the white dogwood "Sibirika Variegata". The form of existence is a deciduous fast-growing shrub. In the garden it reaches sizes from 1.5 to 2.5 m.The crown is wide, spreading, about 2 m in diameter.
This species is distinguished by a bright color of the bark. Most often it is in a plant of red shades. There are specimens with coral-red bark, and there are brown-red shoots. The younger the plant, the brighter the bark. On young bushes, it can be a bright, blood-red color. With age, it can acquire a grayish tint. The shoots of the plant are flexible, the tops are directed upwards. The leaf plates are oval or ovoid. The leaves are most often slightly folded.
There are forms with variegated and bordered leaves. In the fall, they can change color to yellow, violet or purple. The shrub blooms in late May or early June. The flowers are white, medium-sized, collected in inflorescences - shields. In place of the flowers, berries are formed.
A second flowering period is possible in early autumn. Blooms in the second - third year of life. With proper care, it can grow for several decades in one place. The plant has high winter hardiness. It grows well both in the sun and in the shade. Derain white "Sibirica Variegata" is tolerant to urban gas pollution. That allows it to be widely used in landscaping settlements.
In the adjoining territories, they can decorate paths, create hedges from bushes, and use them for single and group plantings. Red shoots look amazing in winter. The contrast is especially impressive against the background of white snow and green conifers. Beautifully sets off the planting of white-trunk birches.
How to plant white grass in the garden
Before you plant this shrub in your garden, you need to choose a place to plant it. The plant grows well in areas well lit by the sun. It also retains its decorative effect under the openwork crowns of taller plants. However, it can lose its decorative color in dark areas of the garden.
Derain will grow on any land, but it thrives especially well on slightly acidic soils. It is advisable to choose areas with loamy or sandy loam soil. If the soil is heavy and clayey, it will be necessary to add sand, if, on the contrary, it is too light, sandy, then the situation can be corrected by adding clay. Will not damage the introduction of peat and humus.
- semi-lignified cuttings
- dividing the bush
Seed reproduction, although it is capable of producing numerous planting material, is associated with some difficulties. First of all, this is the need for stratification, and the second is a rather long period of development. If, during reproduction by vegetative parts, flowering occurs in the current or next season, then during seed reproduction it will have to wait for several years.
In amateur gardening, it is most convenient to prepare cuttings from an adult bush at the beginning of summer and plant them in moist soil for rooting. In the first winter, rooted cuttings need to be insulated. With the onset of spring, plant young seedlings in a permanent place.
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In the prepared soil, you need to dig a planting hole. Its size should correspond to the size of the root system. Place the seedling so that the root collar is at ground level, or 1-2 cm below it. Cover the hole with soil and spill the seedling well with water.
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To maintain a decorative and aesthetic appearance, the bushes need regular pruning of old shoots. It is advisable not to leave shoots older than three years on it. Every year, in the spring, the bushes are fed with complex mineral fertilizers, and in the summer, it is advisable to add compost or humus under the bush. Also, throughout the season, the bushes require watering, loosening and mulching the soil.
The use and benefits of deren
Blooming deren bushes are excellent honey plants, during flowering they provide bees from the surrounding apiaries with a nectar flow. Wood lends itself well to processing. It serves as a material for art products, and durable walking sticks are made from it. Berries are used in folk medicine. They contain useful substances:
- organic acids
- pectin compounds
- essential oils
Decoctions and infusions from them are used for:
- metabolic disorders
- obesity diabetes
- skin pathologies
The seeds of the plant can be recommended for diseases of the liver, gastrointestinal tract, veins, joints. They cleanse the body well of harmful substances and toxins, especially such as oxalic acid. Like any medicine, the use of deren seeds has contraindications.
This is primarily an individual intolerance. In addition, they should not be abused by people with high acidity of gastric juice. Making a choice in favor of white deren, the gardener gets a beautiful and useful plant.