The date palm is very often grown at home due to the fact that it is very easy to care for it and it is not very difficult to grow from the stone of an ordinary date purchased in the store. We can safely say that she is one of the most interesting representatives of the palm family, along with pine needles and chamedorea.
Tolmia (Tolmiea) is a fairly compact plant belonging to the family of Saxifrage. The place where tolmiya grows is North America. Of the variety of species of this plant in indoor conditions, only Tolmia Menzies survives. Tolmia Menzies is a plant that covers the surface of the soil.
Correctly carried out crown formation of fruit, berry and ornamental crops is half the success in the gardener's work. Under & 34; Cropping & Shaping & 34; you will find the secrets of the formation and pruning of various crops, learn about the varietal and age characteristics of pruning and trees and shrubs.
Raspberries are susceptible to many diseases, including those of viral origin. In cases where signs of the disease are subtle, propagation of raspberries using different parts of the infected plants will lead to the spread of the disease. If you decide to plant a new variety in your country house, it is better to buy a seedling grown in a special nursery.
Spring is in the air and your bulbs are just starting to show some foliage as they get started on providing you with a dazzling display of color and form. But wait. What have we here? You see flower bulbs coming to the surface and there is still a danger of frost and freezing conditions. Heaving of bulbs is common and may be the result of weather conditions, soil porosity, planting depth, or just the variety of plant bulb.
Get Started Parrot Feather Planting: Learn About Parrot Feather Plant CareBy Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY GardenThe attractive, feathery fronds of parrot feather plants often encourages the water gardener to use it in a bed or border. But there are things you should know first and this article will help.
By: Tonya Barnett, (Author of FRESHCUTKY)Honoring women’s achievements with flowers goes way back,and there’s no better way to convey your love and admiration to the women inyour life or around the world than with a heartfelt bouquet of InternationalWomen’s Day plants. Read on to learn more about this Women’s Day celebration.
By: Jackie CarrollFlat stems of feathery, blue-green foliage and ornamental bark combine to make Leyland cypress an appealing choice for medium to large landscapes. Leyland cypress trees grow three feet (1 m.) or more per year, making it an excellent choice for a quick specimen or lawn tree, or a privacy hedge.
SUONI EMESSI DAGLI ANIMALIIl canto della bigiarellabigiarella, nome scientifico Sylvia curruca della famiglia Sylviidaeè un uccello dal canto corto e ripetuto emesso soprattutto dai maschi durante la stagione degli amori per richiamare le femmine.
By: Tonya Barnett, (Author of FRESHCUTKY)Love them or hate them, it is not uncommon to see mushrooms springing up in yards, flower beds, or even on the sides of trees. Though several species of mushroom are toxic, other types are prized for their culinary use. It is no surprise that many avid admirers of these fungi have started using the likeness of mushrooms in a wide variety of craft projects.
By: Liz BaesslerBroccoli rabe, also known as broccoletto, is a leafy green eaten with its immature flower heads. While it looks a lot like broccoli and shares a name, it is actually more closely related to a turnip, and it has a darker, spicier flavor. It’s a tasty, fast growing vegetable to have on hand for cooking.
LANGUAGE AND MEANING OF FLOWERS AND PLANTS Cichorium intybus (familyAsteraceae) There are various legends connected to chicory. An ancient Romanian legend tells that one day the sun asked Donna Floridor to marry him. The girl then refused the sun, angrily, transformed her into the chicory flower, condemning her to look at it (the sun) every moment of her day from when it appeared in the sky to when it disappeared in the evening.
Cochineal Cochineal is a phytophagous insect belonging to the order of the Rhynchota or Rincoti and to the Coccoidea family. Within this family there are subclasses with different behaviors and morphologies, but with a common feature: living on plants and feeding on their sap.
Apricot Favorite was obtained specifically for cultivation in the Moscow region. The Moscow breeders were faced with the task of obtaining a good, frost-resistant and self-fertile variety with tasty, decaying berries. Judging by the gardeners' reviews, to a certain extent, this task has been solved. The favorite is growing successfully in its region and is quite popular.
Megaton cabbage is famous for its productivity. This culture has a medium-late ripening period and in terms of taste characteristics it surpasses many analogues. And due to its high sugar content, the variety is the most suitable for fermentation. History of selection Megaton F1 is a Dutch variety.
By: Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY GardenSucculents attract a diverse group of growers. For many ofthem, growing succulents is their first experience with growing any plant. Consequently,some tips and tricks have emerged that other gardeners may not be familiarwith, like using honey as a succulent rooting aid.
Scientific NameEspostoa lanata (Kunth) Britton & RoseCommon NamesPeruvian Old Man Cactus, Peruvian Snowball Cactus, Peruvian Old Man, Cotton Ball Cactus, New Old-man Cactus, Snowball Cactus, Snowball Old ManSynonymsCactus lanatus (basionym), Cephalocereus dautwitzii, Cereus dautwitzii, Cereus lanatus, Cereus sericatus, Cleistocactus lanatus, Espostoa dautwitzii, Espostoa sericata, Oreocereus lanatus, Pilocereus dautwitzii, Pilocereus lanatusScientific ClassificationFamily: CactaceaeSubfamily: CactoideaeTribe: TrichocereeaeGenus: EspostoaDescriptionEspostoa lanata is a columnar, densely hairy cactus, covered by a warm, woolly coat and well adapted to high altitudes.
Do you sometimes walk throughwooded areas, near streams, ponds and bogs, in search of wildflowers that mightbe briefly in bloom? If so, you may have seen the bogbean plant growing. Orperhaps you’ve seen this eye-catching beauty in a shady, damp spot in otherareas.What is a Bogbean?A wildflower that needs excessivemoisture to exist, you’ll find the bogbean plant (Menyanthes trifoliata) blooming in areas where most flowers woulddie from overly wet soil.
By: Liz BaesslerCold hardy annuals are a great way to extend the color in your garden into the cool months of spring and fall. In warmer climates, they’ll even last through winter. Keep reading to learn more about good annual plants for cold climates.Cold Tolerant AnnualsIt’s important to understand the difference between cold tolerant annuals and perennials.
For cabbage, add 40 drops of iodine to a bucket of water. When the head of cabbage begins to form, water the cabbage under the plant in 1 liter. For zucchini. If the young zucchini ovaries begin to rot, this means that there is not enough iodine in the soil, they need to water the bushes. 10 ml of iodine per 10 liters of water For trees: Spray at least one month before harvest (10 ml of 5 iodine per 10 liters of water, repeat after three days).