Written by Maggie
Jan 07 2021
Japanese anemone, also known as Eriocapitella hupehensis, is a perennial evergreen herb with large yellow and white flowers and distinctive split petals, often of high ornamental value. Propagating Japanese anemone can be division, sowing, and cutting. Next, let's look at these three propagation methods of Japanese anemone.
Plant division propagation method of Japanese anemone looks like the concrete steps of strains. First choose good robust Japanese anemone as a mother, then put the plant roots, and the plant according to the Japanese anemone root grain to be divided into sub strains, son of the size of the according to the size of the plant. Usually, the greater the mother, the child is much, plant small, less strain. But make sure that each child strains are intended to ensure that the above is complete root system.After good points. Take care of the wound and plant the seed plants in the prepared soil and pour enough water. Japanese anemone seedling propagation can be said to last for a long time, as early as the Ming Dynasty, people began to use the method of seedling propagation of Japanese anemone.
The sowing propagation method of Japanese anemone is one of the most simple ways. As long as the Japanese anemone seeds mature season, remove the Japanese anemone seeds, select the grain plump seeds without scratches, evenly spread in the soil, and then gently covered with a layer of soil after pouring enough water, careful maintenance. Generally a week two weeks, it can sprout.
Cuttage propagation method of Japanese anemone is the most commonly used propagation method, simple and easy to do, and the survival rate is relatively high. Between the cutting step is better than simple, first is ready to soil, the best soil disinfection treatment before cutting, and then select cutting, usually in robust mother branches shearing five generations of eight centimeters branches as cutting cutting branches,. In addition to that there should be three to five on each branch cutting buds, in order to improve the cutting survival rate. In the end, we will choose a good cutting insert to make us hungry in the soil. Generally, parts of the soil accounted for about a third of the entire plant cuttings, clear mind, inserted after pouring enough water.
In conclusion, the above are how to propagate Japanese anemone. Hopefully, these will help you when propagating Japanese anemone.