Sweet cherries boiled with walnuts are no longer jam, but just a luxurious delicacy. Even the mother-in-law ...
Publisher: OLMA Media Group
Author: Daria Knyazeva
Format: 170x 185x 23 mm
Hard cover. On a spiral
Year of publication: 2009
No home is likely to be complete without indoor plants. These quiet room dwellers are good for everyone. All experts recommend - from doctors to psychologists. And the air is refreshed and the nerves calm. Probably everything with the positive aspects of keeping indoor plants.
Now about the other side of this question. Leaving and other actions require at least the slightest qualifications. Not all of us are nursing professionals. Therefore, people who are knowledgeable and compose such reference books and encyclopedias to help others. These are the books that are published like this. The publication is very colorful. Lots of illustrations and photographs. Lots of tips and descriptions. The book includes several parts:
2.The location of plants in the apartment
5. Requirement of plants for maintenance
8.Problems arising from growing plants
Here is such a complete set. Recommended to all lovers and those interested in indoor plants.
Live and learn! Internet marathon of lectures and seminars for summer residents - "Garden from A to Z".
So a wave of trainings and seminars has reached our topic, which in recent years has covered almost all spheres of our life.
Trainings can now be found on any topic, almost growing jerboas in the Far North, and many of these trainings cause bewilderment among most people and the question is - why do people even spend their time on this?
However, there are also really serious lectures, seminars and trainings designed to solve the real, pressing problems of their participants.
It is to such seminars and lectures that lectures on agriculture and gardening can be attributed, because the number of people who are interested in this topic is constantly growing, and the situation "in the fields" is constantly changing.
New care products, new tools and devices appear, the environment is changing, and in many countries, the composition of the soil. New knowledge constantly appears, which is designed to facilitate the hard work in the country and make the harvest richer and tastier.
Therefore, the "Club of Smart Summer Residents" decided to make a great gift to everyone who is interested in the topic of agriculture, gardens, vegetable gardens and summer cottages.
In August 2014. the largest all-Russian Internet marathon of trainings, lectures and seminars - "Garden from A to Z", conducted by the Club will take place.
This marathon is held especially for those who want to get good harvests, while not hunching over from morning to evening in the beds.
The Club team managed to gather a truly stellar composition of experts and specialists, from Nikolai Ivanovich Kurdyumov to the Sepp Holzer Center.
The information will be necessary and timely, it will cover exactly those topics that bother summer residents and gardeners most of all in August-September.
Participants in the marathon will hear presentations from dozens of experts in fields ranging from gardening to landscape design.
To participate in the marathon, you do not need to go anywhere, you can participate right from home, sitting on your favorite couch, because the marathon will be held on the Internet.
Speeches by specialists will be held on weekdays from 20:00 Moscow time. To connect to the lecture, you will need to click on the link that you will receive by mail, and that's it - the video broadcast of the lecture will open on your screen.
The marathon will last a whole month, and at the end of the marathon, super-prizes will be drawn between the participants - an iPad, a garden swing and a motor-cultivator.
And the most important gift from the Club is participation in the marathon is completely free... At the moment, more than 10,000 participants have registered in the marathon, so join us!
In order to register for free for the Internet Marathon "Garden from A to Z", click on the link, enter your name and email address, to which you will receive a link to the Internet class, and join!
Indoor plants are an integral part of the interior. Someone prefers deciduous, while someone likes blooming. Most of the flowering ones belong to the bulbous species, delighting with their amazing inflorescences, of different colors. Despite the fact that they are all thermophilic, many of them grow well in almost all continents of the world. Bulbous indoor plants, photos and names presented for viewing will confirm their singularity and beauty, which will fascinate plant lovers.
It is worth noting that in nature there are many varieties of bulbous indoor plants that grow in their natural habitats. But there are also quite a few that are domesticated and pleasing to the eye in indoor conditions. Among them are bulbous indoor flowers (photos and names are presented below), will undoubtedly become a decoration in the house. These include:
A thermophilic bulbous plant, eucharis, native to Central and South America, grows in rain forests. But despite this, it grows very easily at home and does not require special care. The bulbs of this plant are small, only 2-6 cm, but the leaves are wide, lanceolate and located on long petioles. Among the features of the eucharis flower is that:
Also, an important fact is that the eucharis foliage periodically needs to be wiped with a damp cloth, since dust collects on them, which impedes photosynthesis.
The homeland of the hyacinth is Iran, Syria and Asia Minor and is represented by three species for a wide range of amateurs. Its uniqueness lies in the fact that it can grow both indoors and outdoors. Therefore, hyacinth is very easy to grow at home. But before planting the bulbs of the plant, it is recommended to sort and hold in a cool place at a temperature of +9 degrees for 2 weeks. They are best placed on the bottom shelf in the refrigerator. As for care, bulb hyacinth is not whimsical, but does not like waterlogging of the soil.
This plant is considered a close relative of the amaryllis, which is native to South America.
Bulbous monocotyledonous plants with long leaves, which can reach 40 to 60 centimeters in length, and also have a fairly large bulb. Its diameter is about 20 cm. In addition, the color range is very diverse and is represented by white, yellow, orange and red. It is worth noting that today there are a lot of amaryllis hybrids, which differ among themselves in color, size and flower shape.
Natural habitat South Africa and grows only high in the mountains. It is a perennial bulbous plant with flat, dark green leaves. Flowers have a pale pink hue, collected in a graceful umbrella. He loves moisture, but without excess, while the temperature regime during the growing season should not be higher than +10 degrees. But as for lighting, when growing, there is no need to hide it from direct sunlight. Since it is a very thermophilic bulbous plant. In culture, you can also find hybrids, but they are quite capricious, therefore, they are rarely found among flower growers who are engaged in their divorce.
This is only a small part of the bulbous flowers that are able to delight others with their beauty, despite the fact that they bloom only once a year. In addition, these flowering bulbous plants are unpretentious in terms of maintenance, so they can be easily grown, and during the flowering period, enjoy their unique charm.
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As a rule, you can try the harvest the next year after planting strawberries in the garden. But here the summer resident must decide for himself: either he picks berries, or grows seedlings for reproduction.
For cultivation of garden strawberries, I advise you to set aside a place for a mother bed on the site, on the plants of which there should be no flowers or berries. Only a mustache! But their number also needs to be normalized, otherwise they can form a huge number of outlets, and this will greatly weaken the mother plant. As a result, the outlets themselves will be frail and in the future will not be able to give you the yields that you expect.
Based on my "strawberry" experience, I recommend leaving 5-10 rosettes (not a mustache!) On each mother plant. Suppose a mother plant produces 12 whiskers. Your task is to completely remove two whiskers, and leave only the first sockets on the rest. Again, one powerful bush should have no more than 10 outlets. Better yet, three or five.
When buying seedlings, ask: how old is the mother plant and did it give berries in the season of receiving rosettes? If the bush is more than three years old or it also gave berries during the season of receiving outlets, it is better to refuse such a purchase.
In the middle of spring, trees and shrubs begin to form - branches are cut and cut. If at the beginning of April there is already little snow or it had time to settle, then pruning begins with berry crops in this order: black currants, gooseberries, red and white currants. Of course, it is better to trim them in the fall, but if you leave the molding for the spring, you will have to put up with a number of difficulties. If April is snowy, and the bushes are still under snow, then sleep
Watch out for early spring, do a little extra work, and have a bountiful harvest all season
Pineapple is a representative of the Bromeliads and has been known for about five centuries. In addition to decorative advantages, it has advantages in the form of fruits that are edible, but rarely grow at home. Pineapple is native to South America and in vivo, its leaves reach more than 1.2 m, and form a root rosette up to 2 m in diameter. Species that are grown at home are not.