Iron and Plants
Iron plays important role in the formation of chlorophyll and for this reason when it is not in sufficient quantity, the leaves of our plants lose their green healthy coloration. Iron, however, generally helps in the overall development of a plant and when it is absent in significant quantity we observe reduced flowering in ornamental plants and poor quality fruiting in citrus fruits. Iron deficiency or iron deficiency in heavy form can cause even leaf fall or drying of the shoots. All plants need the addition of iron for their growth, but some have greater demands and we owe it to help them. The most famous ornamental plants that need a sufficient amount of iron are gardenia, camellia, hydrangea and azalea. Climbing plants that love iron for their growth are rosewood and crowned.