What are the flowers in the cemetery?
In the burial place of close people it is customary to plant beautiful, but at the same time, unpretentious flowers. Often, there is no fertile black soil in the cemetery, so these plants should grow well on poor soil, which contains a lot of clay.
Of course, rose bushes will not grow here. In addition, you will not be able to drive and water them every week, so the plants must be drought-resistant. Another drawback of beautiful, rare, varietal plants - anyone can pick them, dig up, in general, destroy all your work. So, the question of which flowers to plant in the cemetery can be answered as follows: growing on clay soils, stunted, with small flowers that do not require frequent watering (they will only have rain), and also not much attract the eye of passersby with their beauty .
Varieties of flowers
Many flower growers number one for planting in a cemetery called periwinkle. It is a short, creeping plant, with small blue flowers that appear in early spring and last until the end of June.Then the plant pleases with juicy greens. Creates a floral carpet in the flower room, which clogs the growth of weeds.
The next most popular flower, which costs almost no care - narcissus. They are yellow and white, their greens are the same. Growing beams, which are dug up and brought to the flower garden. Sit close to each other. Bloom from early spring to late May.
You can find out what flowers are planted in the cemetery by looking at the well-groomed areas near the monuments. There you will see irises, primula, Badan, golden ball, daisies, pansies. But, best of all, deciding which flowers in the cemetery should be planted and grown, plant a lawn in a flower garden, and near the monument - bushes - wild rose, aronium, lilac. And, a real decoration of this place will be a tree - birch or pine.
When you go to the cemetery, you will want to bring flowers with you. Which ones can I take? Of course, those who loved your loved one.