Lovely Esperanza Garden Plants
Esperanza goes by many names. The Esperanza garden plants may be known as yellow bells, hardy yellow trumpet, or yellow alder. Esperanza garden plants are ornamental plants that adorns many gardens. The beautiful and bright yellow flowers not only catch your eye, but also attract many beautiful creatures in the garden. You can plant Esperanza in your garden. These garden plants grows from seeds obtained from seed pods, so getting them is the first step. If you want to transplant it outdoors, spring is the best time because it won’t have to fear the cold. Dig and transplant the sapling. Keep a 3 – 4 feet distance from other plants. You could add little extra water so that the roots develop well, but make sure to reduce the amount of water (water once a week) as the plant grows. Do not spray fertilizers during late fall. This will destroy the plant. Keep observing your plant. They don’t need much fertilizers. They can be fertilized only when there are symptoms like lack of flowering. Also, you can fertilize them in early spring when the growth starts, and in every six weeks during summer. These garden plants should be pruned at least once a year to maintain its height of 4 – 7 feet. If it’s unattended for years, it will grow too long.
Even if these garden plants can survive in drought conditions, water it twice or thrice in a week. You can water it more when the temperature rises. Remember not overdo it. Over-watering will make the roots rot, and eventually the plant may die. Watering it in the initial years ensures proper development. Soak the plant roots by watering with a hose at the base.