Anemone is a delicate flower of inspiration! Fragile, incredibly romantic and elegant. Its beauty was appreciated even by the fashionistas of ancient Greece. They wove wreaths from these flowers, which in their luxury were not inferior to the royal crowns. Blooming anemones are bright, exquisite, graceful with velvety dark stamens. The name of the plant comes from the Greek "Άνεμος", which means wind. Its petals sway excitedly from the slightest breath of breeze. Therefore, the flower is more often called anemone.
Garden anemones were grown in China and Japan, since 1685 they moved to the flower kingdom of Europe.
The anemone flower anemone looks like a large velvety poppy. There is a huge variety of bud shapes and colors. The colors of anemones amaze and delight in their brightness and tenderness: sparkling white, bright blue, blue, purple, yellow, purple, pink, red. The size of the flower is from 1.5 to 4 cm in diameter. Most cultivars have cut leaves with a thin jagged edge, which create a rich contrasting background for graceful flowers.
This is a perennial herb from the Buttercup family. They grow practically all over the world - from the Mediterranean to the cold Arctic. Their group includes more than 170 varieties. Therefore, the photo and description of the anemone flower may be different. In some photos you can see flowers with 5-6 large petals, in others large double ones. This diversity allows them to be grown in different conditions.
Anemones begin to bloom like tulips - in early spring. Delicate flowers are full of their beauty all summer long. The most popular species is the Japanese anemone, which blooms in autumn.
These flowers are not propagated by seeds, more often by rhizomes and tubers. Planting time depends on the variety, but experienced agricultural technicians recommend planting anemones in the spring. Varieties with a cylindrical rhizome are absolutely not whims and do not require special care, they grow easily even in difficult climatic conditions. Anemones with tuberous roots are capricious, require warmth and a lot of light.
They are planted to a depth of 5-10 cm, the kidney must be at the top. These flowers require a sufficient amount of moisture and feeding. Timely mulching of the land will bring great benefits to these plants. In the spring, they need to be watered abundantly once a week; in the sultry summer, watering is needed every day.
The cellar, like the basement, is designed to store preserves and other food products. In order for it to perform its functions well, it is necessary to constantly maintain the optimal temperature and humidity in the room.
If we allow subzero temperatures, then all products will freeze, with excess heat they will become sluggish. It is imperative to monitor the level of humidity, otherwise decay cannot be avoided. Therefore, the insulation of the cellar from the inside is a very important process.
Important to know! A decrease in the level of humidity cannot be achieved only by insulating the cellar; it is necessary to equip it with ventilation, which will regulate the content of water vapor in the room.
The main factors contributing to the freezing of the cellar are melt water. In some cases, groundwater, which rises close to the surface, becomes a problem. Therefore, before insulating the cellar from the inside from freezing, it is necessary to determine the source of the problem. Having found out the causes of moisture, you need to determine to what depth the soil freezes during the frost period. And already based on the information received, you can determine the thickness and choice of heat-insulating materials.
The illustration clearly demonstrates the critical places for the protection against freezing of cellar structures
Today's market offers a large number of heat-insulating materials for warming any surfaces, but you need to understand that not all are suitable for warming a cellar. Insulation for the cellar must be able to maintain geometry, have good insulating properties, it must be resistant to water and soil pressure. What are the types of insulation:
Regarding cellulose insulation and mineral wool: they are not suitable for warming the cellar, since they do not correspond to the required properties. If we compare heaters for a cellar, then in terms of efficiency they will be arranged in the following order: