Polygala with myrtle leaves – Polygala myrtifolia – Polygala myrtifolia – Garden plants – Polygala with myrtle leaves – Polygala myrtifolia – Shrubs

Poligala myrtifolia

Exposure

Poligala mirtifolia With regard to exposure, it is advisable to locate the Polygala myrtifolia in a sunny place, or partially shaded; exposure to direct sunlight promotes flowering.

These plants originate from areas with a mild climate, therefore it is better to avoid exposing them, during the winter, to periods of too intense and very prolonged cold; for this reason they are tended to be cultivated in pots, so that they can be moved to a sheltered place in case of prolonged frosts; it is also possible to place the myrtle-leaf polygala in the ground, taking care to find a well sunny and sheltered place from the wind, possibly during the winter a tnt cloth is used to cover the foliage and shelter it from the rigours of winter.

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Watering

poligala myrtifolia As for the amount of water to be supplied to the plant, from March to October it is necessary to water regularly, when the soil is well dry.

During the cold months watering should be reduced if not suspended and water should be provided only in case of prolonged drought, during the mild days.

Let’s avoid excesses and avoid keeping the soil too moist or soaked in water, as water stagnation is dangerous for the health of the plant. During the vegetative period, provide fertilizer for flowering plants, mixed with the water of the watering, every 15-20 days.

Land

poligala The Polygala myrtifolia prefers medium rich and soft soils, very well drained. It is advisable to repot, every 2-3 years, the specimens grown in pots, providing new soil. We suggest to use the soil ready for citrus fruits, or to prepare a mixture consisting of peat, little manure and a good amount of pumice stone, so as to have a light and well drained soil that will not allow the formation of stagnations of water.

Multiplication

The multiplication of myrtle-leaf polygala plants is done by seed, in spring, or by cutting, in summer, using the branches of the year that have not brought flowers.

Polygala with myrtle leaves – Polygala myrtifolia: Parasites and diseases

poligala Often the buds of this variety of plants are attacked by aphids; excessive watering or poorly draining soil can promote the development of root rot.

In case of parasites, it is possible to intervene with targeted products that will effectively solve the problem.

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