Greenhouse Plant Support Clips 1
Some flowers and trees with strong climbing ability and soft trunk of branches need to be set up with supporting clips and tied; for some perennial grass flower branches with large flowers, they also need to be tied to avoid lodging. Besides the supporting function, the plant scaffolds can also play the role of shaping, making the branches and leaves evenly distributed, benefiting ventilation, light transmission and growth.
There are many forms of plant scaffolds, and the following are commonly used.
1. Single-column Type. In order to prevent the plants or flower branches from falling down, use a bamboo pole as a pillar, insert it directly into the potting soil, and bind it with a thin plastic rope to make the flowers grow upright. Flowers such as daisies, dahlias and other commonly use this method.
2. Hedge Type. In the courtyard, along the roadside or around the flower beds, use reed poles to insert into a fence, plant flowers such as morning glory, crpress vine, etc., and let them grow up naturally.
3. Racket Type. The form of the racket type can be determined according to personal preference. The commonly used forms are semi-circular, elliptical, rectangular, polygonal polygon, trapezoidal and the like. It is widely used in asparagus fern, Tropaeolum majus, geranium, Bougainvillea spectabilis Willd., broad-leaved epiphyllum, nopalxochia and other flowers. Thin bamboo poles can be used in the pot to tie into various forms of flat rackets, and then the branches are tied to them.
4. Arch Type. The lead wire or the bamboo raft is cross-shaped into a similar archway, and the slender soft potted branches of ivy, sorghum, grapes, morning glory, and sweet peas are tied on it.
5. Sphere Type. Make a round plant stand with lead wire or bamboo strips, and attach the branches of flowers such as Crossandra pungens to them.
6. Tubular and spiral Type. Some flowers are top-heavy in their young stages, and the canopy cannot grow upright, which are suitable to be supported by a cylindrical plant support. Some liana flowers for the requirements of three-dimensional modeling often use spiral plant support to traction.
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