Sakura, or ornamental cherry, is loved and revered throughout Japan, and thousands of tourists annually plan their vacation so that they are sure to get there during its flowering.
Sakura – what is she?
Sakura is a typical representative of the Himalayas, Japan, China and Korea. Currently, there are more than 300 varieties of this tree due to the fact that Japanese scientists are actively engaged in sakura breeding. The most beautiful sakura blossoms in the cities of Kyoto and Kamakura.
An interesting and one of the most beautiful views is Somei Yoshino. The flowers of this sakura are pure white, only at the stem painted in light pink. Due to the fact that flowers first appear and only then leaves, the tree appears to be completely white during flowering. Loved by the Japanese and the “weeping cherry” Shidarezakura with sprawling branches, blooming in pink. Continue reading
At all times, people were surrounded by flowers. They decorated clothes and homes, added to food, presented as a sign of love or support. Flowers are able to convey our mood, our feelings in the most different moments of life, joyful or sad.
It is difficult to imagine a world without flowers, they are our constant companions. Love for them is reflected in painting, poetry and even architecture. Different cultures and peoples have their own special attitude to flowers, but admiration for them is invariable.
The flower, due to the arrangement of petals that create the image of a star, often symbolizes the Sun
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So, they gave you a flower in a pot. Such a romantic present is undoubtedly pleasant, because the one who presented it to you is clearly not opposed to you often recalling it. But what if your knowledge of floriculture is limited to understanding the need for regular watering of a houseplant?
Flowers in a pot – a worthy alternative to a bouquet
“Feel the soil” and provide peace
The main rule for dealing with a newly arrived green guest is to provide him with as much peace as possible. Do not rush to put a flower by the window: hold it in the back of the room for a week or two, so that it adapts to new conditions. After that, do not place it immediately under bright sunlight and just in case, move it a little away from other plants, if any, for the first couple of weeks on the windowsill: let the rookie get used to the neighbors first at a distance. Continue reading