21-10-2019, Most Argiro plants have left the geenhouse to the shops, and now it is Jennifer's turn to flower.
We have had Jennifer in the greenhouse for many years, but it was always difficult to get enough flower buds in it.
This was very successful this year.
A beautiful plant with beautiful long branches, that is what we want to see.
Why does one year succeed in getting enough buds in it and not the next? It is very important to allow the plant to grow sufficiently until April-May, after which the brake must be applied. No more nitrogen, more potassium and little watering so that the plant no longer wants to make new shoots. Continue doing this until the spikes become visible. Afterwards food can be given again so that the branches can grow well, but also that the new shoots can develop for the year.