We are used to "seeing" agriculture on clothes. Just think of the floral prints and fruit designs that have made the world of fashion captivating for decades on the catwalks. Still to be discovered is agriculture "inside" the clothes. In fact, for a decade now, a real world has opened up on the use in the fashion industry of plant fibers not conventionally linked to the textile world.
Air clouds of blue Brunner inflorescences appear in mid-May. After flowering, the plant will continue to delight you with its attractive foliage. Brunner, which in everyday life is also called the forget-me-not, is of three types, but only two are used in ornamental floriculture. There are three types of brunner: large-leaved brunner, Siberian brunner, eastern brunner.
By: Nikki Tilley, Author of The Bulb-o-licious GardenUsing compost tea in the garden is a great way to both fertilize and improve the overall health of your plants and crops. Farmers and other compost tea makers have used this fertilizing brew as a natural garden tonic for centuries, and the practice is still commonly used today.
By: Jackie CarrollMost of us love to eat it but did you know that in addition to buying it from the store, you can actually enjoy growing popcorn in the garden? Popcorn is not only a fun and tasty crop to grow in the garden, but it will also store for several months after harvesting. Keep reading to learn more about popcorn plant info and how to grow popcorn in your own garden.
Muehlenbeckia (Muehlenbeckia) is an evergreen creeping shrub or semi-shrub plant belonging to the Buckwheat family and is common on the Australian continent and New Zealand. Distinctive features of the culture are a bark with a smooth brown or red-brown surface, intertwining dense thin shoots from fifteen centimeters to three meters long, small oval-shaped leaves and small five-petal flowers of a yellow, green or white hue.
Get Started Wood Betony Information: Tips On Growing Betony PlantsBy Liz BaesslerBetony is an attractive hardy perennial that?s perfect for filling in shady spots. It has a long blooming period and self-seeds without an aggressive spread. It can also be dried and used as an herb. Learn more wood betony information in this article.
By: Tonya Barnett, (Author of FRESHCUTKY)Whether growing citrus indoors in containers or outdoors in a tropical climate, watching the plants produce a crop of fresh fruit can be quite exciting. However, without proper maintenance, trees may become stressed, making them more susceptible to various citrus diseases.
Pumpkin is a healthy and beautiful garden crop. Fruits contain many nutrients, vitamins, minerals, carbohydrates, fiber. There are several varieties of vegetables grown in garden beds. Today we will talk about the description of butternut squash, the sweetest and most delicious. Let's compare its two varieties: Vitamin and Pearl.
Care Of Angel Vines: Tips On Propagating Angel Vine PlantsBy Liz BaesslerThe angel vine, also known as Muehlenbeckia complexa, is a long, vining plant native to New Zealand that is very popular grown on metal frames and screens. Click this article to learn more about angel vine propagation and how to care for angel vine plants.
Houseplants Published: Last Edits: Did you know that the fuchsia seed found in excavations in New Zealand is about 30 million years old? But the plant itself is even older.In its natural habitats, fuchsia can reach a height of 10 m, but in indoor culture its growth is much more modest.
Garden plants Published: Last edits: Among the ornamental shrubs, there are not many of those that are able to bloom twice a season. But weigela is just such a shrub. Another advantage of the culture is its winter hardiness: even after severe frosts, weigela quickly recovers.
If the site is shaded, and the soil is far from black soil, this does not mean that you cannot grow beautiful flowers. There are a number of flowering crops that actually prefer a little light and do well in infertile soils. Gaillardia large-flowered Surprisingly, Gaillardia is a plant that can be harmed by too much care.