In the Netherlands, you can see a lot of novel flowers and plants, which were hurriedly photographed before the Dutch airport. In fact, I saw it a few days ago, but I haven't taken a picture, so I have to leave a memorial before leaving.
It feels like the biggest feature of the various plants in the Netherlands is that they thrive. The greenhouse vegetables on display at the Flower Fair are small pots bearing a huge "big tree" covered with dense patches of bell peppers, tomatoes 🍅, or eggplants 🍆. Go to a nearby farm to buy fruit, and see that the strawberries 🍓 in the greenhouse are only planted in a small pot, and they are still planted at waist height, which is good for harvesting. Each tree can see more than twenty strawberries. I saw the sweet pepper seeds that my son-in-law had casually planted, and they were all lush in the pots. Ordinary japanese flower pots with cultivation soil absolutely do not have this effect, in order to grow into the son-in-law's pot, it is necessary to fertilize every week.
I also asked my daughter's mother-in-law what was so good about her flowers, and she said that she was watering every day and nothing else. In Japan, even if it is planted in the ground and not fertilized, it will not grow so luxuriantly.
I don't know if the soil in the Netherlands is nutritious, or there is some kind of high-tech fertilizer in the soil, do you have friends who understand?
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