Cuidado de Las Plantas

Los Muchos Tipos De Bombillas Para El Jardín Y Macetas

Written by Ahujatar

Las bombillas han sido populares durante siglos. Ya no se usan para llenar macizos de flores. Hoy en día muchos se plantan en contenedores.

Muchos colores primaverales y fácil cuidado hacen que las bombillas sean universalmente populares. Simplemente nunca permita que el suelo se empape.

Básicamente, cava un hoyo de dos a tres veces más profundo que el bulbo y llénalo con tierra. A continuación encontrará una lista de muchos tipos de ‘bombillas’ con enlaces para crecer y disfrutar.

Bulbos, Tubérculos y Cormos con la Pronunciación

  • Achimenes [a-kim-ee-nees]
  • Acidantera [a-kid-anth-er-a] Cormo que florece en verano con follaje similar al gladiolo. Flores fragantes, colgantes, de color blanco cremoso con un centro de color carmesí negruzco. Crece en sol y suelo franco arenoso. Levante y almacene como cormos de gladiolos. Valioso para el verano florecer.
  • Agapanto [ag-a-panth-us]
  • Albuça [al-boo-ka]
  • alio [a-lee-um]
  • Alstroemeria [al-stroom-ee-ree-a]
  • Amarilis [am-a-rill-is]
  • Anémona [a-nem-oh-nee]
  • Anomateca [a-noh-ma-thee-ka]
  • Anthericum [an-ther-i-kum]
  • Arisaema [a-ree-a-rum]
  • Arisarum [a-rees-a-rum]
  • Aro [a-rum]
  • Asarum [a-sah-rum]
  • asfódelo [as-fod-ell-us]
  • Babiana [bab-ee-a-na]
  • Begonia [beh-goh-nee-a]
  • belamcanda [bel-am-kan-da]
  • bletilla [bleh-tilla-a]
  • brimeura [bree-mew-ra]
  • Brodiaea [bro-dee-ee-a]
  • bulbocodio [bul-boh-coh-dee-um]
  • Camassia [ka-ma-see-a]
  • Presente de no poder [ka-na]
  • cardiocrino [kar-dee-oh-kree-num]
  • Chionodoxa [ky-on-oh-dox-sa] gloria de la nieve
  • chlidanto [klid-anth-us]
  • clivia [kli-vee-a]
  • Cólquico [kol-chee-kum]
  • Convallaria [kon-va-lah-ree-a]
  • coridalis [koh-ree-dah-lis]
  • Crinum [kry-num]
  • crocosmia [kroh-koz-mee-a]
  • Azafrán [kroh-kus]
  • Ciclamen [sigh-kla-men]
  • Dalia [dah-lee-a]
  • Dierama [dee-a-rah-ma]
  • Dracúnculo [dra-kun-kew-lus]
  • Eranthis [eh-ran-this]
  • Eremurus [eh-re-mew-rus]
  • eritronio [eh-re-throw-nee-um]
  • eucaris [ew-ka-ris]
  • Eucomis [ew-koh-mis]
  • fresia [freez-ee-a]
  • Fritillaria [frit-i-lah-ree-a]
  • Galanthus [ga-lan-thus]
  • galtonia [gaul-toh-nee-a]
  • Gladiolo [glad-ee-oh-lus]
  • Gloriosa [gloh-ree-oh-sa]
  • habranthus [ha-bran-thus]
  • Hemanto [hee-man-thus]
  • hediquio [hay-dik-ee-um]
  • hermodáctilo [her-moh-dak-till-us]
  • Hippeastrum [hip-ee-as-trum]
  • Homeria [hoh-mere-ee-a]
  • Jacinto [high-a-sinth-ell-a]
  • Jacinto [high-a-sinth-us]
  • Hymenocallis [high-men-oh-kal-is]
  • Ifeion [if-ay-on]
  • Iris [eye-ris]
  • Ixia [ix-see-a]
  • Ixiolirión [ix-see-oh-Ieer-ee-on]
  • Lachenalia [lak-eh-nay-lee-a]
  • Ledebouria [le-de-BOR-ree-a]
  • Leucojum [loo-koh-jum]
  • lirio [lil-ee-um]
  • Merendera [meh-ren-deh-ra]
  • Moraea [moh-ree-a]
  • Muscari [mus-kah-ree]
  • Narciso [nar-sis-us]
  • Nectaroscordum [nek-tah-roh-skor-dum]
  • Nerina [nay-ree-nay]
  • Nomocharis [no-moh-ka-ris]
  • Notholirion [no-tho-leer-ee-on]
  • Ornithogalum [or-ni-thog-a-lum]
  • oxalis [ox-ah-lis]
  • pancracio [pan-krate-ee-um]
  • Paraísoa [pa-ra-dees-ee-ya]
  • Pléione [play-oh-nay]
  • poliantes [po-lee-anth-eez]
  • Puschkinia [push-kin-ee-a]
  • Ranúnculo [ra-nung-kew-lus]
  • Rodohipoxis [roh-doh-hi-pox-is]
  • Romulea [rom-ew-lee-a]
  • Roscoea [roz-koh-ee-a]
  • Sandersonia [san-der-son-ee-a]
  • escadoxus [scah-dox-us]
  • esquizostilis [sky-zoh-sty-lis]
  • Cebolla albarrana [sil-a]
  • Sisirrincio [siz-ee-ring-kee-um]
  • Sparaxis [spa-rak-sis]
  • Sprekelia [spre-kee-lee-ya]
  • Sternbergia [stern-bur-gee-a]
  • Tecophilaea [te-koh-fi-Iee-a]
  • tigridia [ti-grid-ee-a]
  • trillium [tril-ee-um]
  • tritonia [try-toh-nee-a]
  • Tropaeolum [troh-pee-oh-lum]
  • tulbagia [tul-ba-ghee-ya]
  • tulipa [tew-li-pa]
  • Uvularia [uv-yew-lah-ree-a]
  • Vallota [va-lo-ta]
  • Velteimia [vel-ty-mee-a]
  • watsonia [wot-son-ee-a]
  • Zantedeschia [zan-tee-dis-kee-ya]
  • Zephyranthes [zef-ee-ranth-eez]

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