By: Mary Ellen EllisHostas are popular with many gardeners because they are easy to grow and maintain. They are perennials, coming back year after year, and they tolerate shade. Hostas tend to grow large, but if your space is limited, growing the adorably mouse-ear hosta may be for you. If you want to know how to grow mouse-ear hosta, here’s what you need to know.
By: Mary Ellen EllisIceberg lettuce may be considered passé by many, but thosepeople have probably never enjoyed this crisp, juicy lettuce fresh from thegarden. For a tasty iceberg with great texture that resists bolting in the summer and thatprovides consistent, quality heads, you need to try growing Summertime lettuce.
Recently I walked into my favorite flower shop and gasped. Usually there was such a rich assortment of different potted crops! And, mind you, not grown in some Holland, but here, in our native Leningrad region. Now there were only cut flowers, which can be called alive with a big stretch, for me, they, like Hollywood stars, & 34; give away with chemistry & 34 ;.
In winter, and especially in early spring, fresh vegetable salads are very useful. I recommend to everyone who cares about their health, my three favorite salads: Salad & 34; Original & 34; 700 g of fresh cabbage, 150 g of onions, 85 g of walnut kernels, 15 g of garlic. Fill all this. Pumpkin salad 500 g of pumpkin, 3 apples, 0.5 cups of fruit juice and half a lemon, nuts, or pumpkin seeds.
Rosehip (Rosea) - This genus is a member of the Rose family. According to information taken from various sources, this genus unites 400-500 species and about 50 thousand hybrids and cultivars. Even Theophrastus, Herodotus and Pliny wrote about the species diversity of wild rose. During the Renaissance, this culture was classified by dividing it into cultivated and wild species according to the number of petals in flowers.
By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterNorthwestern native plants grow in an amazingly diverse range of environments that includes Alpine mountains, foggy coastal areas, high desert, sagebrush steppe, damp meadows, woodlands, lakes, rivers, and savannahs. Climates in the Pacific Northwest (which generally includes British Columbia, Washington, and Oregon) include cold winters and hot summers of high deserts to rainy valleys or pockets of semi-Mediterranean warmth.
The excellent taste and presentation of the Marble pear have created a good reputation for it in a wide range of consumers. The extensive area of admission attracts gardeners from many parts of the country. When choosing a variety for planting, you should familiarize yourself with the characteristics of this wonderful pear, the conditions for its successful cultivation and the rules of care.
By: Heather RhoadesMoving holly bushes allows you relocate a healthy and mature holly bush to a more suitable part of the yard. But, if you transplant holly shrubs incorrectly, it can result in the holly losing its leaves or even dying. Keep reading to learn more about how to transplant holly bushes and when the best time is to transplant a holly.
The design of a Zen garden must be carried out in a careful and scrupulous way and above all it must be documented in relation to the meaning of each element placed inside the garden. Being a rather particular garden, it is necessary to be aware that this space can have a real meaning only if you actually know the Zen philosophy that consecrates it as a suitable place for meditation.
Whale COMUNECLASSIFICAZIONE SCIENTIFICARegno: AnimaliaPhylum: ChordataSubphylum: VertebrataClasse: MammaliaOrdine: CetaceaSottordine: MysticetiFamiglia: BalaenopteridaeGenere: BalaenopteraSpecie: Balaenoptera physalusSubspecie: fin whale physalusSubspecie: fin whale common quoyiNome: whale comuneDATI GENERALILunghezza body: 23-26 m (females are slightly larger than males) Weight: 50 - 70 t Sexual maturity: female: 3-12 years, male: 7-8 years HABITAT AND GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION The fin whale, scientific name Balaenoptera physalus of the family Balaenopteridae is a cetacean that is found in all waters (be they seas or oceans) of the world with the exception of tropical and polar waters.
& 34; The trough is full of people washed & 34 ;. Part 1 The riddle-phrase about the cucumber, given in the title, is not the only one. You can find many more mysteries, sayings about this irreplaceable vegetable culture. It is difficult to imagine a garden in which there will not be at least one garden allotted for cucumbers. In my suburban area I grow this irreplaceable crop in three ways: in a greenhouse - for pickling and canning, in a barrel - the earliest for consumption in fresh and lightly salted species , on a garden bed in the open field, cucumbers settle when there is no room for them in the greenhouse.
"Country Geography" The harvest has long been harvested, and it is snowing outside the window. It would seem that it's time to take a break from the dacha troubles, but the thoughts of many gardeners are already devoted to the future dacha season: what and where to plant, what fertilizers and seeds to buy, how much and what kind of film is needed for greenhouses and hotbeds ... - just place potatoes, cabbage, carrots, beets, onions and garlic, green crops on your hundred square meters, because everything else: trees, shrubs, raspberries and strawberries have long had their legal planting places.