Peach blossom, Cydonia – Chaenomeles speciosa – Chaenomeles speciosa – Garden plants – Peach blossom, Cydonia – Chaenomeles speciosa – Shrubs

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Exposure

Fior di pesco The cydonia develops without any problems both in the sun and in the shade, but surely the most luxuriant blooms are obtained by planting the chaenomeles speciosa in full sun, so that the first warm rays of February guarantee the plant the necessary warmth so that the frost does not damage the buds. Surely this shrub is very rustic, so it does not fear in any way the winter cold or summer heat.

The only problem could be represented by the late spring frosts that could compromise the flowering, going to hit the newly sprouted buds compromising their health.

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Watering

cydoniaThe peach blossom or cydonia is a type of tree with a good resistance; in fact, they are quite rustic shrubs, which tend to settle for the rains; the period of greatest vegetative development corresponds to the months of February-March-April, during which, usually, the climate is mild and rainy. In case of particularly warm or dry springs, it is better to intervene with sporadic waterings. I chaenomeles speciosa can easily withstand summer and winter drought.

If you have a young specimen it is good to supplement the water with a little more abundant watering, so as to help it for a healthy and lush growth.

Land

fior di pesco I chaenomeles speciosa they adapt well to almost all soils, provided they are well drained and not too alkaline; remember to place coarse material, such as pumice stone or expanded clay, in the soil used for planting this shrub, so as to facilitate drainage. This is to avoid possible stagnation of water that could be quite harmful to the health of the plant and compromise the subsequent development.

Multiplication

The peach blossoms may be reproduced in autumn by means of some cuttings, which are to be kept in pot for at least two years, in order to avoid that the cold damages the still young specimens and to allow them to reach the right strength and resistance before being planted in full earth. The propagation can take place also by utilizing the seeds, after having kept them stratified in the sand in the fridge for the whole winter.

Peach blossom, Cydonia – Chaenomeles speciosa: Pests and diseases

fior di pesco Cydonia is sometimes subject to ferric chlorosis, if it is kept in soils with a too high Ph; they can be attacked by aphids or by cochineals. To counteract their presence you can contact one of the many specific preparations available on the market. By following the instructions on it, it will be possible to carry out a treatment that will free the plant from parasites before its health is compromised.

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