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Luffa: home care, growing from seeds, photo
Luffa: home care, growing from seeds, photo

Houseplants Published: Last changes: Luffa, or luffa, or luffa, is a genus of herbaceous lianas of the Pumpkin family, the range of which covers the subtropics and tropics of Asia and Africa. There are more than 50 species in the genus. Some of them are popular in culture. Planting and caring for Luffa Planting: sowing seeds for seedlings - in early April, transplanting seedlings in open ground - in the second half of May.

13 best egg and meat breeds of chickens
13 best egg and meat breeds of chickens

Currently, there are many different breeds of chickens of the same or combined direction of productivity. Selection of successful breeds was carried out in ancient Egypt. And since then, the process of genetic modification has been actively developing. Today, breeders are able to obtain a chicken that meets the required productive and decorative characteristics.

Indoor plants in winter
Indoor plants in winter

Winter is a time of rest and sleep for nature. And only indoor plants please with their colors and return to summer. But in order for pets to please their owners on winter days, you need to know the conditions for caring for plants at this time of the year. Caring for indoor plants in winter In winter, many plants enter a state of dormancy.

Mesclun Greens – What Is Mesclun And How To Grow It
Mesclun Greens – What Is Mesclun And How To Grow It

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistMesclun greens are valued for their color, variety, nutritional punch, and mix of flavors. Salad mesclun is a mix comprised of the young, tender new leaves of several greens species. Often called spring mix, the leaves are rich in vitamins and their color and form add interest to a boring salad.

Septoria On Carnations – Learn About Carnation Leaf Spot Control
Septoria On Carnations – Learn About Carnation Leaf Spot Control

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterCarnation septoria leaf spot is a common, yet highlydestructive, disease that spreads rapidly from plant to plant. The good news isthat septoria leaf spot of carnations, which shows up in warm, damp conditions,is relatively easy to manage if caught soon after symptoms first appear.

Grouse: species, reproduction and agricultural technology
Grouse: species, reproduction and agricultural technology

Primroses in your garden. Part 4 Read the previous part of the article: Liverwort: species, reproduction and cultivation Chess grouse Another original flower is increasingly found in garden plots. Even among the huge variety of garden flowers, it stands out for its unusual look, it seems exotic.

Can You Graft Mayhaws – Tips For Grafting A Mayhaw Tree
Can You Graft Mayhaws – Tips For Grafting A Mayhaw Tree

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.

Getting Rid of Chiggers: Tips For Controlling Chigger Bugs In The Garden
Getting Rid of Chiggers: Tips For Controlling Chigger Bugs In The Garden

By: Kristi WaterworthInvisible and evil, chiggers can make the summer unbearable with the itching they cause, especially when you’re out in the garden. Learn how to manage chiggers and deal with their bites.Chigger Bugs in the GardenThere’s nothing that can ruin a hike, picnic or day in the garden as fast as the irritating, itchy bite of the chigger.

How to build a frame shed: a complete analysis of construction technology from A to Z
How to build a frame shed: a complete analysis of construction technology from A to Z

The arrangement of any suburban area begins with the erection of a barn - a building necessary for storing building materials, firewood and other household equipment. Building a shed with your own hands is a simple and quite feasible task that any owner who knows at least a little about construction can accomplish.

Diy well head: device and installation rules
Diy well head: device and installation rules

Competent arrangement of the well is impossible without the use of the necessary unit - the head. Installing a head on the well not only protects the structure from foreign objects entering it, but also greatly facilitates the operation of the well of the water supply system. Some people are of the opinion that the installation of the head is an extra cost: the wellhead can be wrapped with film or tape, and the structure can be covered with an old container.

How to feed a pear in autumn so that there is a good harvest
How to feed a pear in autumn so that there is a good harvest

There are pears in literally every garden. But in order to have a good harvest, and the pear can bear fruit, you need to make a little effort, including feeding the tree in a timely manner in the fall. This will not only increase the tree's immunity to various diseases, but also directly affect the taste and appearance of the fruit. In our article we will talk about what the autumn feeding of a pear is, what its feature is.

Videos about nature and the environment
Videos about nature and the environment

Aplysia or sea hare We made this video on the island of La Maddalena (Sardinia, Italy) at a depth of about 2 meters. This is the fantastic Aplysia mollusk, commonly known as sea hare, whose ....

Balaenoptera physalus - Fin whale - Who is the fin whale and how does it live
Balaenoptera physalus - Fin whale - Who is the fin whale and how does it live

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.

Flower transplant - why, when and how to transplant; transshipment of indoor plants
Flower transplant - why, when and how to transplant; transshipment of indoor plants

Houseplants Published: September 14, 2012 Reprinted: Last edits: Perhaps my flower transplant system will seem strange and illogical to you, but, in my opinion, it gives good results, so I will tell you about it. Every summer I take out some of my flowers to fresh air, and by the end of the season, some of them “run wild” in nature: balsams shed their leaves, and spider mites dominate on young shoots here and there, hibiscus stems stretch out after flowering, and it looks like a long vine.

17 best sea buckthorn varieties
17 best sea buckthorn varieties

More recently, many believed that sea buckthorn is a wild berry that grows mostly in Siberia. But modern scientists have bred a huge number of varieties that are distinguished by increased taste, large size and other positive characteristics, growing both in the Urals and in the Moscow region.

Aucuba - How to care for and cultivate your Aucuba
Aucuba - How to care for and cultivate your Aucuba

HOW TO GROW AND CARE FOR OUR PLANTS AUCUBA The Aucuba family belongs to the Cornaceae family, a robust and very decorative house and garden plant from Japan, highly appreciated for its thick and very colorful foliage and glossy red berries. : PlantaeClado: AngiospermsClado: EudicotyledonsClado: AsterideClado: Euasteride IOrder: GarryalesFamily: GarryaceaeGenus: AucubaSpecies: see the paragraph "Main species" .

How to Grow and Care for Gymnocalycium
How to Grow and Care for Gymnocalycium

Gymnocalycium, commonly called Chin Cactus, is a genus of about 70 South American species of cacti. The genus name Gymnocalycium (from Greek, & 34;naked calyx& 34;) refers to the flower buds bearing no hair or spines.Their main distribution area is Argentina, part of Uruguay, Paraguay, southern Bolivia, and part of Brazil.

Muscari Seed Planting: How To Grow Grape Hyacinth Flower Seeds
Muscari Seed Planting: How To Grow Grape Hyacinth Flower Seeds

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistWinter doldrums are quickly banished by the appearance of the first grape hyacinth. While not as early blooming as crocus, these charismatic little bell flowers put on a hopeful show as sunlight makes a return appearance and spring bursts to life. Grape hyacinth seed propagation is not as easy or quick as growing the plants from mature bulbs but it is an inexpensive way to further expand your stock of these appealing flowers.

Shooting Star Care – Information On Shooting Star Plants
Shooting Star Care – Information On Shooting Star Plants

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistThe common shooting star plant is native to North American valleys and mountains. The plant may be found growing wild in low elevation areas in spring or in summer where consistent moisture is available. Growing shooting star wildflowers in the native home garden is easy and produces masses of the attractive blooms having yellow or lavender collars.

Blue cornflower - cultivation and use for medicinal purposes
Blue cornflower - cultivation and use for medicinal purposes

Meeting these amazing flowers is one of the most vivid childhood memories. July, a bottomless blue sky, ripening rye rustling under a light breeze, and on the edge of the field stand alone or in groups of blue cornflowers. They seem to specifically show their beauty, exposing it to the public.