Baguenaudier: planting, pruning and maintenance tips

Baguenaudier

The ringleader is a shrub with original flowers and easy to maintain and grow.

In summary, what you need to know is:

Name  : Colutea arborescens
Family  fabaceae
Type  : Shrub

Height
 2 to 4 m
Exhibition  : Sunny
Sol  : Ordinary but light

Foliage
 Null and void
Flowering  Summer

In hedges or in isolation it should perfectly find its place in your garden.

Planting of the ringer

The planting of the banding tree takes place preferably at the Spring but a plantation at the Autumn is also possible.

The ringleader prefers sunny situations to bloom well. The addition of potting soil mixed with garden soil will help your ringer to get back on his feet. Follow our tips for bush well .

You can easily multiply the ringer by  layering .

Size and maintenance of the Baguenaudier

No size is really necessary.

If you wish to reduce or balance, preferably wait until the end of flowering.

The maintenance and cultivation of this shrub is relatively easy, while the potted ringleader cultivation is entirely possible.

The ringer is a fast-growing species.

To know about the ringer

The baguenaudier is quite spectacular because of the fruits it offers and its very original shape. Indeed, the fruits of the baguenaudier form pods from 5 to 7 cm or so which swell before becoming translucent, taking on lovely red hues.

The leaves of the banderole are deciduous.

Finally, the flowers form beautiful yellow corollas that are very decorative in summer.

It will be as well in isolated or massive.

The ringleader adapts very well to urban air conditions, it is not very sensitive to pollution.

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