If you want your plot to be decorated with peony bushes, which have juicy green leaves and large flowers with a stunning aroma, you cannot do without fertilizing. Therefore, we will tell you how to fertilize the flower bed so that an inflorescence forms on each peony stem.
As soon as the snow comes down and the soil warms up, make several holes, retreating 5-6 cm from the bush.
Fill the holes in the ground with 50 g of ammonium nitrate and 50 g of superphosphate, while not forgetting to loosen the soil – this way you will ensure the flow of air to the roots of the plant.
When you notice that the peony has started to sprout, use a mullein solution made by diluting it with water in a ratio of 1 to 10 and letting it sit for 3 days.
One bush will need 3 liters of the resulting nutrient liquid. Fertilizer should be applied to moist soil. At this time, it is also worth mulching the plantings – for example, with humus or compost.
Finally, during budding, complex feeding should be carried out, for this you will need a bucket with a volume of 10 liters, dissolve 15 g of ammonium nitrate, 5 g of potassium salt and 10 g of superphosphate.
Note: it is better to first dilute the last ingredient in hot water with a temperature of 70 degrees.