Sea buckthorn, despite its thorns, is loved by many gardeners. It grows as a shrub or a short tree, and by the third year it yields very useful berries. The planting technology of this culture is not much different from the rest. However, there are biological features that you should pay attention to even before buying a seedling.
Summer for real! About flowers, bees and barbecue, and so All about Garden's big anniversary party. From the content: Take cuttings of trees, shrubs and climbing plants. This year's big anniversary party with All about Garden! Cook deliciously outside. The stuff that makes cooking a party. Recipe for a pot. Revel in different combinations of hydrogen in the summer's outdoor pots.
By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistAs you plan that new addition, rebuilt garage or any other building project, it is important to plan how to protect plants during construction. Trees and other plants can have damage occur due to root injury, heavy machinery compaction, slope changes, and many other potential by-products of changing topography.
By: Teo SpenglerIt’s hard to mistake the bald cypress for any other tree. If you are considering planting a bald cypress tree, you’ll want to read up on bald cypress information. Here are some tips on growing a bald cypress.Bald Cypress InformationA bald cypress (Taxodium distichum) isn’t actually bald.
I love tomatoes, both fresh and canned. I procure them for the winter - salt and marinade in jars. Not all varieties of tomatoes are suitable for this. Vegetables should be strong, resilient, so as not to fall apart when harvested whole. My favorite varieties are Rio Grande, Krasnogvardeets, French bunch, Korean long-fruited, Bendrik yellow cream.
Mimulus, popularly known as the lipstick, is a beautiful flowering plant that is very popular among lovers of indoor and garden flowers. Its decorative qualities are appreciated by professional flower and landscape designers. The plant easily propagates with seeds in the open field and at home, especially two of its types - "Leopard" and "Winter Sunset".
Flax (Linum usitatissimum), one of the first crops domesticated by man, was used primarily for fiber. It wasn’t until the invention of the cotton gin that flax production began to decline. In recent years, we have become more aware of the plant’s many benefits – primarily the nutritional content of the seeds.
Eggplants are a heat-loving vegetable in the Solanaceae family that require two or more months of night temperatures around 70 degrees F. (21 C.) for optimal fruit production. These veggies are usually transplanted rather than directly sown in the garden. So how to grow eggplant from seeds? Read on to learn more.
By: Teo SpenglerMayhaws (Crataegus spp.) are delightfully ornamental fruit trees native to the American South. In addition to the indigenous mayhaw strains, cultivars have been developed that yield larger fruit and more generous harvests. Can you graft mayhaws? Yes, you can, and many of the mayhaw cultivars are grafted onto other mayhaw rootstocks.
By: Mary Ellen EllisGrowingyour own garlic is pretty easy. Home-grown garlic has a much richerflavor than what you’ll find at the store. But if you have no garlic cloves oryour garlic isn’t forming bulbs, it’s hard to enjoy the harvest. Troubleshootthe issue to make sure it doesn’t happen again.Why Isn’t My Garlic Ready?
By: Heather RhoadesAs an organic gardener, you may know the difficulty of finding a good organic insecticide. You may ask yourself, “How do I make my own insecticide?” Making white oil to use as an insecticide is easy and inexpensive. Let’s take a look at how to make white oil and why it works as an insecticide.
ART AND ENVIRONMENT Orazio Cannistraci, the works' A pause (the pause) Meditation, thinking, stopping to reflect on the events of life in all its aspects: whether they are good or bad. ) Material: Wood and fabric Width: 48 cm Height: 130 cm Depth: 52 cm Weight: 14 kg approx.