We are in full celebration of San Isidro, the landlord of agriculture, of course, as our policy of sustainability of LEAF says, ‘wildlife, landscape and agriculture must go hand in hand’, that is why, this month we are going to talk about flowers , those that accompany our cultivation of lemon trees.
The Pujante family, the creators of MundosolQuality, have been students of the Marist school and from these lines we remember the most important month of the school, May, the month of the flowers. We have built a calendar with the different flowers that we find at this moment for our farms:
Day 1: Labor Day and as we start the month with lemon tree flower, always working overtime.
Day 2: Aloe vera flower, one of the plants that accompanies us in unproductive areas.
Day 3: Flower of the poppy (Papaver rhoeas), very showy and elegant she.
Day 4: Flor de Bouganvillea glabra.
Days 5 and 6: Flowers of different cactus.
Day 7: Flower of Santolina chamaecyparissus.
Day 8: Nasturtium flower (Tropaeolum majus).
Day 9: Thistle flower, key adventitious herb, the amount of aphid predators that it harbors while still pricking a lot.
Day 10: Flowers of grasses, we love to have upholstered the street that separates the rows of trees with this species so important to avoid run-off as well as improve the infiltration of water.
Day 11: Flower of Phlomis purpurea.
Day 12: Flower of Echium vulgare, naturally appears in the perimeters of the plots, is very attractive to many pollinators.
Day 13: Flower of Carpobrotus edulis, plant very extended in upholstering the slopes of the irrigation ponds.
Day 14: Flower of Glebionis segetum.
Day 15: Flower of Dorycnium pentaphyllum.
Day 16: Flower of coronary Glebionis.
Day 17: Incense flower (Plectranthus coleoides).
Day 18: Lantana flower camera.
Day 19: Flower of morning glory (Convolvulus arvensis).
Day 20: Lavender flower (Lavandula dentata). Full celebration of #WorldBeesDay, enjoying one of your favorite species, our first officer, the one that works the most giving us many blooms at the end of the year.
Day 21: Flower of Myrtus communis, one of our favorite species in the construction of hedges.
Day 22: Baladre flower (Nerium oleander). Another key species for help in aphid control.
Day 23: Flower of the gherkin of the devil (Ecaballium elaterium).
Day 24: Flower of the pomegranate (Punica granatum).
Day 25: Flower of the rose bush (Rosa chinensis).
Day 26 and 27: Rosemary flower (Rosmarinus officinalis and Rosamarinus postratus).
Day 28: Flower of salvia officinalis.
Day 29: Flower of Sonchus spp.
Day 30: Flower of lemon thyme (Thymus citriodorus).
Day 31: The last day of the month, by way of exception, not being a flower, is the fruit set and in development of the lemon tree.