L’Alyssum perennial called Trash d’gold or alyssum saxatile is a plant of great beauty.
Often used in edge, rock garden and ground cover, it provides a nice decorative touch to the garden.
In short, that’you should know:
Name : Alyssum saxatile
Family : Brassicaceae
Type : Annual
Height : 15 cm
Exposure : Sunlight
Ground : Ordinary
Flowering : Summer
There are 2 types’Alyssum, the’is a perennial blooms in spring while the’other, the’Alyssum is fragrant and blooms the annual’summer.
Let us here on’perennial Alyssum, called Recycle Bin’gold.
Planting, seeding of’alysse to basket’Gold:
Although the plant’alysse to basket’Gold:
Preferably at’fall to promote’rooting, but you can also plant it up’spring outside periods of freezing.
- Choose a sunny location
- Maintain a distance’at least 30 cm between each foot.
Although sow’alysse to basket’Gold:
To sow’alysse to basket’Gold must be s’to take in the spring but after all risk of frost, c’ie from May.
- Seedlings from May to June, prefer seedlings in place.
- If you have sown in the bucket or tray, set up from the’autumn
- Prefer a sunny location
- Make sure the soil is well drained and’no standing water
Choose a sunny location c’s is’ensure that there’they flourish best, and their scent will prove best.
- Once sown, you water regularly until’the lifting and then under high heat.
Namely on’alysse to basket’Gold:
As its name suggests, this perennial bushy form a basket which is spread over the ground to form a golden yellow carpet.
This ground cover has a generous bloom perfectly fulfill its role as a groundcover, while bringing a touch of color.
He s’is d’One of the perennial best suited to the culture along and rock.
With its golden yellow flowers, you warrant to great effect in your garden.
This perennial has mostly need’water in the summer, but you may prefer an evening watering to avoid’early evaporation’water.
Malignant Council about the’alysse to basket’Gold:
A manure based compost intake and algae mixture to a propagator of ground (about 20%) will enhance the development of the plant and its flowering!