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Gardener's Calendar

How should you take care of your vines in certain months of the year, in order for them to grow healthy and beautiful?

February

  • As soon as it gets warmer, and before the plants enter the state of vegetation, cut the vines (Vitis) and Actinidia, Mini Kiwi (Actinidia).

March

  • In March, as soon as it gets warmer, uncover the plants - take off the bark, winter covering, bedding, etc. of plants covered at the base. You should do it on a less sunny day.
  • Remove dropped leaves and dead stems of the plants from their surroundings, so that they do not host diseases nor pests.
  • Crop climbers: wisteria (Wisteria), clematis (Clematis), honeysuckle (Lonicera). Start the trimming as soon as the buds appear, before they become large. Delaying the process will weaken the plant.
  • Observe the plants to make out any pests or diseases.

April

  • Complete the trimming of all climbers.
  • Remove the last remaining protection set up for winter.
  • Fertilize the plants when they begin to grow in the second half of April. Hold it on in the case of Mini Kiwi (Actinidia) until the beginning of May and vigorously growing climbers or those that grow in fertile soil.
  • Observe the plants to make out any pests or diseases.

May

  • If you own honeysuckles, in mid May check if there are any aphids on them. In case of visible signs of pests, spray the plants as soon as possible with an aphicide. If necessary, repeat the treatment in two weeks.
  • Do not forget to water the climbers, especially on hot days.
  • Observe the plants to make out any pests or diseases.

June

  • This is your last chance to cut Actinidia and climbers flowering on the last year stems, i.e. wisteria (Wisteria) and Atragene and Montana clematis.
  • Control the growth of other climbers, check whether they do not overgrow other plants or shade them.
  • Check for aphids, if necessary spray the plants with an aphicide.
  • The spider mite is yet another threat – be sure to observe hop (Humulus) and the climbers that like shade, i.e. Dutchman's pipe (Aristolochia)

July

  • Do not forget to water the climbers.
  • Observe the climbers for powdery mildew, especially honeysuckles (Lonicera) and clematis (Clematis). In case of pests spray against powdery mildew. This is also your last chance to fight the downy mildew, which in its wintering stage is resistant to all pesticides.
  • Remember to trim overgrown climbers.
  • You can remove withered flowers from clematis (Clematis) which will result in a more profuse flowering at the end of the year.

August

  • Give an intense trim to wisteria (Wisteria) at the beginning of the month.
  • Fertilization with fertilizers containing macronutrients should be now coming to an end, while those containing micronutrients can still be used.
  • Do not forget to water the climbers.
  • Observe the plants to make out any pests or diseases.

September and October

  • Observe the plants to make out any pests or diseases.
  • Reduce watering but do not let the plants get too dry.
  • Plant only frost persistent climbers, including clematis (Clematis). They will manage to strike roots just before winter.

November

  • Clean up fallen leaves, so that they do not become a source of infection to plants.
  • In late November and early December strew the base of plants to the height of 10-15 cm over the ground and the soil within a radius of 40-100 cm to the height of 2-3 cm. With age the resistance of plants increases and they require no covering.
  • Do not trim climbers in late autumn, as they would be too weak to survive the winter. Do it in late winter or in early spring instead.

December

  • Finish the works that you did not have the time to finish in November.
 
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