Category: Miscellanea


Strelitziaceae Miscellanea

Strelitziaceae

This plant community includes three genera and seven species of monocotyledonous plants, the range of which covers southern Africa, the island of Madagascar and tropical forests in the Amazon basin, and the distribution of Strelitziaceae within the range is heterogeneous: in Madagascar, only Madagascar ravale grows - an endemic of this island, in South America there are phenacospermum and five types of strelitzia.

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Description of raspberry Firebird, cultivation features Miscellanea

Description of raspberry Firebird, cultivation features

Raspberry Firebird attracts with its productivity, beauty of berries and their taste. This remontant variety is grown in all regions of the Russian Federation. However, in the south, in the heat, shoots fall out, in the north the 30-year-autumn harvest does not even ripen, but in central Russia raspberries grow without any problems and are found in industrial plantings.

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Grandiose spring sale in the online store FLORIUM.UA Miscellanea

Grandiose spring sale in the online store FLORIUM.UA

Partners Published: Last edits: If you have long dreamed of buying an interesting plant, but you were frightened off by the insane price of this plant - paying 50-100-1000 hryvnia is not possible for everyone - now you have a chance! The correct selection of plants guarantees an attractive appearance for your garden and home.

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Five mistakes when growing garden blueberries Miscellanea

Five mistakes when growing garden blueberries

How to plant and care for garden blueberries to always be with a harvest of healthy and tasty berries However, it often happens like this: a beginner gardener acquires a blueberry seedling, plants it, and then, due to improper agricultural technology, quickly becomes disillusioned with blueberries.

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How to use herbicides in your garden Miscellanea

How to use herbicides in your garden

Farewell, weeds! Common runoff along the edge of the site Appearing immediately after the snow melts and the first warming of the earth by the sun, annual and perennial weeds stick out their tops from the soil, taking nutrients from cultivated plants. After a while, they "clog" them with their shadow and well-developed root system.

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Strawberry care video after fruiting - whisker removal Miscellanea

Strawberry care video after fruiting - whisker removal

Care Published: Last edits: Video of strawberry care after harvest. Many gardeners visit a strawberry garden only when it is possible to pick a berry on it, and then they forget about bushes, but caring for strawberries after fruiting is also very important. they need to be removed.

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 10 shrubs that attract bees to the site Miscellanea

10 shrubs that attract bees to the site

People and bees help each other. We provide them with sources of nectar, and they pollinate the crops we grow. And in order to attract them to your site, it is enough to plant a couple of shrubs, which are considered the most attractive for bees. The badley plant pleases the eye with luxurious racemose inflorescences from July to the end of September.

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 Not just kebabs: 7 dishes you can cook over an open fire Miscellanea

Not just kebabs: 7 dishes you can cook over an open fire

Recreation in nature is impossible to imagine without sitting around the fire and cooking in the fresh air. And this is not only about the traditional barbecue: there are many interesting recipes for grilling and barbecue. Pickled mushrooms on skewers Champignon barbecue is a hearty, tasty and easy to prepare dish.

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How and when to harvest sea buckthorn: methods and adaptations Miscellanea

How and when to harvest sea buckthorn: methods and adaptations

Sea buckthorn is a unique plant. It is both a very useful food product and a medicine that treats everything from skin burns to heart diseases. To forget what vitamin deficiency is, a person needs to eat 100 g of this berry per day, but despite the value of sea buckthorn, few people decide to pick berries on their own.

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DIY grass chopper: an overview of 4 options for homemade grass cutters Miscellanea

DIY grass chopper: an overview of 4 options for homemade grass cutters

How nice it is to walk through your own garden, along its beautiful paths, admire the well-groomed beds and flower beds, and then eat a ruddy apple straight from the branch. But in order for all this splendor to be, a lot of work remains to be done. In order for the soil to be fertile, it is necessary to introduce a lot of organic matter.

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Proper planting and care of beans outdoors Miscellanea

Proper planting and care of beans outdoors

Beans are among the top ten most useful vegetables, so when choosing crops for growing in your garden, they always have a place. In order for the time and money spent to be rewarded with a generous harvest, it is necessary to familiarize yourself with the basic rules of agricultural technology, planting and care for open field cultivation.

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Preparing the soil for potatoes Miscellanea

Preparing the soil for potatoes

When the next autumn comes, gardeners usually begin to prepare the beds for the next season, dig up the ground, adding manure, fertilizing and improving its quality, digging holes to plant trees, berry and ornamental shrubs in the spring. Is it necessary to do all this? And if necessary, how? Having dug up potatoes (usually I plant 10-15 kilograms of elite tubers purchased at & 34; Gardener's House & 34;), now I never dig up the soil, but sow the entire area with crops that can make it healthier.

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Blackberries, cultivation on the site and varieties. Part 1 Miscellanea

Blackberries, cultivation on the site and varieties. Part 1

Blackberry is a favorite! Juicy, tasty and simply intoxicating aroma, blackberry fruits ripen when we already begin to miss fresh berries, because most berry bushes have ripe fruits earlier, and there is no trace of them left. Blackberries are delicious not only fresh, they are ideal for any homemade preparations, which, by the way, are not only amazingly tasty, but also very useful!

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 Planting eggplants in open ground and cultivation features Miscellanea

Planting eggplants in open ground and cultivation features

Eggplants belong to the nightshade family, just like potatoes, vegetable peppers and tomatoes, but planting and growing & 34; blue & 34; in the open field have specific features. Foreword Growing eggplants has a number of significant differences: "blue" requires more heat than tomatoes and peppers: if the temperature is below +20, their pollination and fruit growth simply stop; these vegetables do not tolerate frost, this is especially true for young seedlings, planted in spring in open ground; with a lack of moisture, the buds and ovaries fall off the plant, and the fruits take on an ugly shape; the eggplant that came from the south likes a bright, but short daylight hours, no longer than 12 hours; very demanding "blue" to fertility soil - a good harvest can be obtained on light, fertile soils.

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Madder Miscellanea

Madder

Madder (Rubia) is a perennial flowering plant of the Madder family, which has about 80 varieties. These representatives of the flora are found in the southern part of Europe, in the tropical and middle latitudes of Asia, Africa and America. Among the numerous species forms of this family, the madder (Rubia tinctorum) is of particular interest to gardeners.

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Arrangement of a summer cottage for families with small children: safe zoning Miscellanea

Arrangement of a summer cottage for families with small children: safe zoning

When a young family acquires its own plot, then, of course, they plan to create a children's zone in one of the corners, because the kids, if they have not yet been born, will soon appear. A fenced-in area will protect children from outside dangers, and a well-thought-out layout of the site will help arrange their rest most effectively.

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Honeysuckle - varieties and properties of culture Miscellanea

Honeysuckle - varieties and properties of culture

Honeysuckle is both tasty and healthy. Part 1 They say that everything new is well forgotten old. And again, honeysuckle is recognized by gardeners as a traditional berry shrub, comparable in value to currants, gooseberries and raspberries. Honeysuckle is the first berries in the season, juicy with excellent taste, and a medicine, and the embodiment of early maturity, winter hardiness and unpretentiousness.

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 How to store seeds correctly - 6 secrets that not everyone knows about Miscellanea

How to store seeds correctly - 6 secrets that not everyone knows about

Optimum seed storage conditions ensure maximum seed germination. The main thing to observe six rules: Purity First of all, the seeds must be thoroughly cleaned: remove the resin from the conifers, from the fruit and berry - the pulp. Residues of resinous substances and pulp impair germination, and their smell attracts rodents.

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