|Light Filipendula vulgaris
continental : We suggest a quite sheltered location, so that the plant can be exposed to sunrays only during the coolest hours of the day.
alpine : Locate this plant in a partially shaded place, where it is exposed to sunrays during the coolest hours of the day.
mediterranean : We suggest to locate these plants in bright places, where they can receive direct sunlight only during the coolest hours of the day.
continental : Water every 1-2 weeks, when the ground is perfectly dry; we advise avoiding excesses when watering, although the substratum must be wet well. Letís use 4-5 glasses of water for average size plants.
alpine : Water every 2-3 weeks, leaving the soil dry for a few days; avoid surpluses. In any case it is agreeable to wet the substratum well in case of prolonged drought using 3-4 glasses of water.
mediterranean : Irrigate with 5-6 glasses of water. Watering should be carried out only when the soil has been dry for days; during this period of the year watering once or twice a week could be enough. When irrigating avoid immoderation.
Fertilize Filipendula vulgaris : In the summer letís fertilize periodically, using a fertilizer for flowering plants, to add to the irrigating water every 10-15 days; we can otherwise use a slow release fertilizer, to spread near the plants every 3-4 months.
Pests Filipendula vulgaris : During the summer months it is best to apply precise treatments, specifically against each type of parasite, to be used only when we have already noticed the presence of fungus or insects on our plants; these treatments should be applied during the coolest hours of the day. In general during this period of the year an infesting of ticks and rust is very likely to occur, because its development is favoured by dry climates.