The the Beta vulgaris should be grown outdoors; it can bear very harsh temperatures without any problems, even many degrees below zero. Exposure of the medicinal plants.It is advisable to position this plant in a partially shady place, where it is exposed to direct sunlight only during the coolest hours of the day.
Generalities Beta vulgaris
The Beta vulgaris is a perennial herb plant. The Beta vulgaris is medium in size and 45 cm in height; in the winter it assumes a green colouring. These plants aren't evergreens, which means they lose their leaves some months during the year. These plants grow covering the whole land at their disposal.
Fertilization Beta vulgaris
During this period of the year, our plants need a frequent fertilization, to guarantee a good quantity of nutritional substances, useful during the development of new vegetation. We can add a fertilizer rich in nitrogen to the irrigating water, every 15-20 days, or a granular slow release fertilizer, to add to the ground every 3-4 months.
Watering Beta vulgaris
Water rarely, about once every 2-3 weeks with 2-3 glasses of water , keeping the soil dry for a few days before watering again; when wetting we suggest avoiding surpluses, however to wet the soil deep down. We can use some medicinal plants in the kitchen, fresh; instead if we want to harvest them to use them dehydrated, let’s be sure about their balsamic period, meaning the period of the year in which every period has a higher quantity of active principles.
Treatments Beta vulgaris
Soil Beta vulgaris
We recommend growing these medicinal plants in a soft and light, very well drained soil.
Notes - Beta vulgaris
There aren't any notes. The indications given in this article are related to a medium size plant.