When, how and what to sow? Part 2 Read the first part of the article: Germination and preparation of seeds for spring sowing Controlled sowing of seeds Liquid sowing Basic rules of sowing Controlled sowing of seeds In the vast majority of cases, with the exception of early spring sowing of green crops, seeds should be sown not & 34; as God will put your soul into & 34;, but more or less evenly and at some distance from each other.
By: Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY GardenToday’s trend of using vertical space in the garden includes the use of a number of climbing and flowering plants. One widely used flowering specimen is the clematis, which may bloom in spring, summer, or fall depending on the variety. The diversity of plant types may leave you wondering when to prune clematis.
Yaroslavna is a fairly popular cherry variety in the southern regions of the European part of Russia and in Ukraine. Before planting a sweet cherry, a gardener needs to know the characteristics of the variety, its strengths and weaknesses, as well as the intricacies of cultivation and care. Description of the Yaroslavna sweet cherry variety The Yaroslavna sweet cherry variety was selected from the seedlings of Drogana yellow, grown surrounded by Melitopol varieties and pollinated by them.
By: Teo SpenglerMagnolias are magnificent trees with early spring flowers and glossy green leaves. If you see your magnolia leaves turning yellow and brown during the growing season, something is wrong. You’ll have to do some troubleshooting to figure out the problem with your tree since there are many causes of yellow magnolia leaves, ranging from natural to nutritional.
Aeonium is a genus of succulents native to the Canary Islands that form rosettes at branch ends that look like large flowers. Most Aeoniums form a small shrub or small tree-like plant, but some do not branch. There are about 35 species as well as hybrid and cultivars. Aeoniums are hardy in USDA plant hardiness zones 9 through 11.
A variegated world of peppers Hundreds of varieties of peppers of various sizes, shapes and colors of fruits delight us with their fresh harvest and in harvests all year round. Growing peppers is not only troublesome, but also exciting. As a rule, many months of work is justified: from July to November, fresh, vitamin peppers are constantly on the table in our family, and then until the new harvest we also store them in jars, frozen or dried and use them for food.
By: Heather RhoadesSometimes the tomato plants in our gardens get so large and so unwieldy that you can’t help but wonder, “Should I prune my tomato plants?” This question is quickly followed by, “Exactly how do I prune tomato plants?” Let’s look at these two questions.Should I Prune My Tomato Plants?
Question: Vegetables to be planted in clay soil Hello I have a small garden of about 10 m² with clay soil and I have planted in small quantities: Basil, watermelons, peas, peppers, onions, tomatoes, parsley, beans. to grow. Thank you very much for your cooperation. hi nicola Answer: vegetables to be planted in clay soil Good morning Nicola, thank you for having again requested the opinion of the gardening expert.
By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterWhat is a mirror bush plant? This unusual plant is a hardy, low-maintenance shrub that thrives in difficult conditions – especially salty coastal environs. The plant is named for its amazingly shiny, jewel-like leaves. It’s easy to understand why mirror bush plant is also known as looking glass plant and creeping mirror plant, among other “shiny” names.
By: Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY GardenFences are often necessary to keep something in or to keep something out. Our pets and young children are among the most necessary to keep inside our fences. Conversely, we want to keep other animals out of our yards and to keep individuals with poor intentions away too.
Lemon is considered a subtropical plant, nevertheless, it is firmly entrenched in the homes of gardeners in Russia, Ukraine, Belarus. For the first time lemons were seen in East Asia, but over time, the geography of cultivated plantings of this plant has expanded all over the world. Oddly enough, today it is almost impossible to see a wild-growing lemon.
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