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Kolkvitsiya: planting and care in the open field, types and varieties, photo Collections

Kolkvitsiya: planting and care in the open field, types and varieties, photo

Garden plants Published: Last revisions: Kolkwitzia (lat. Kolkwitzia) is a monotypic genus of flowering plants of the subfamily Linnaeus of the Honeysuckle family. The only representative of the genus is the Kolkwitzia amabilis shrub, which grows in the mountainous regions of Central China and in other places with a temperate climate.

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Sweet Potato Black Rot : How To Manage Sweet Potatoes With Black Rot Collections

Sweet Potato Black Rot : How To Manage Sweet Potatoes With Black Rot

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistSweet potatoes are one of the major cultivated root crops in the world. They need 90 to 150 frost-free days to harvest. Sweet potato black rot is a potentially damaging disease caused by a fungus. Black rot on sweet potato can be easily prevented in most cases, but chemical control of already infected plants is not available.

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Marigold: language of marigold flowers and plants Collections

Marigold: language of marigold flowers and plants

LANGUAGE AND MEANING OF FLOWERS AND PLANTS CALENDULA Calendula officinalis (family Asteraceae) The marigold, contrary to what one might expect, has a meaning not joyful in the language of flowers. Its origin is linked to an ancient Greek legend: Aphrodite, deeply grieved by the death of her lover Adonis began to cry and as her tears touched the earth they turned into marigolds.

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Growing Pineapples: Learn About The Care Of Pineapple Plants Collections

Growing Pineapples: Learn About The Care Of Pineapple Plants

I would venture to say that most of us consider pineapples to be a rather exotic, tropical fruit, right? While commercial pineapple cultivation does indeed occur primarily in tropical regions, the great news is that you too can grow pineapple plants in the garden, and it’s easy! Read on to find out how to grow pineapple plants and useful information regarding pineapple plant care.

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The most beautiful wild and garden varieties of gladioli: 40 photos and names Collections

The most beautiful wild and garden varieties of gladioli: 40 photos and names

Skewer, sword flower - all these are the names of the same plant, the origin of which is shrouded in legends. Breeders have developed numerous varieties of gladioli. From our article you will find out which of them are the most popular. Botanical characteristics of the flower Gladiolus (Gladiolus) belongs to the Iris family.

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Ludisia Collections

Ludisia

Ludisia (Ludisia) refers to an evergreen plant from the orchid family. The habitat of Ludisia is quite extensive: it grows in the humid tropics of China, Vietnam, Malaysia, Thailand, Sumatra. The name "precious" orchid got its name due to the unusual beauty of decorative leaves. Ludisia inhabits mainly on the ground and is rarely more than 15 cm in height.

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Growing melons in the open field near St. Petersburg Collections

Growing melons in the open field near St. Petersburg

Melons have ripened on the northern melons ... Today, all the beds are covered with snow, and it already seems like a fairy tale that two months ago we collected watermelons and melons in our garden, enjoying the aroma and extraordinary taste of these exotic fruits. It seems that the melon can only be grown in the distant southern regions, but for the second year already our family has been receiving a good harvest of these fruits on their plot.

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Snowball 123: one of the best cauliflower varieties Collections

Snowball 123: one of the best cauliflower varieties

Cauliflower gets its name from the fact that its edible heads are huge inflorescences. They are tasty, nutritious and decorate the garden with their appearance. However, cauliflower is much more expensive than its white sister because it is less planted. One of the best mid-early varieties is Snowball 123.

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What are pesticides. Types and uses of pesticides Collections

What are pesticides. Types and uses of pesticides

How to protect plants from pests, diseases and weeds. Part 2 At the beginning of this year, the first of a series of articles on plant protection using chemical, biological, herbal preparations was published. This article will focus on pesticides and how they are used. What are pesticides Unfortunately, sometimes in the press there is and is cultivated an erroneous opinion that pesticides cause a toxic blow to the biosphere and humans.

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Use of Bach flowers - How to use Bach flowers Collections

Use of Bach flowers - How to use Bach flowers "

Bach flower remedies can be used in various ways also in consideration of the fact that flower therapy has no contraindications, nor side effects (2), at most it may not have any effect or, if the flower is appropriate and acts as it should, the so-called & 34; therapeutic aggravation & 34; could take over.

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Cherry treatment and prevention - the path to tree health Collections

Cherry treatment and prevention - the path to tree health

To keep the cherry orchard looking healthy and well-groomed, blooming in the spring and bringing a generous harvest in autumn, trees are treated for diseases and pests. There are many methods and means used for the prevention of diseases and the spread of harmful insects. Competently processing trees and at the same time not harming them is not an easy task, but even a novice gardener is quite capable of doing it.

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False Indigo Growing Tips: Growing And Caring For Baptisia Plants Collections

False Indigo Growing Tips: Growing And Caring For Baptisia Plants

If you’re looking for a striking perennial that needs minimum care to produce maximum results, take a good look at Baptisia plants. Also known as false indigo, the flowers were once used by Native Americans and early European settlers as a dye before true indigo became available.False Indigo FlowersMembers of the Fabaceae or pea family, false indigo flowers’ distinctive pea-like blossoms also come in white (Baptisia alba) and yellow (Baptisia tinctoria) as well as the more widely known blue (Baptisia australis).

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Tomatoes, watermelons and melons grow in Kolpino Collections

Tomatoes, watermelons and melons grow in Kolpino

The results of the work of the Kolpino Romanov gardeners in the past season. It so happened that the magazine "Flora Price" was the first to pay attention to our experiments and searches. It was on its pages that we talked about our successful experience of growing watermelons and melons in a warm open garden near St. Petersburg. At the suggestion of the editorial board, our family began to sum up the results of their work in each successive season on the pages of the magazine.

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20 best recipes for delicious beetroot caviar for the winter Collections

20 best recipes for delicious beetroot caviar for the winter

In our country, it has always been considered good form to have a full storage room for the winter. They all complement the dinner on chilly winter evenings. Delicious beetroot caviar goes well with fried potatoes or pasta. Full of vitamins, it will help recharge your batteries during the winter. Moreover, any hostess can cook this dish.

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 Monsieur in red: a selection of the best varieties of peonies in red and burgundy shades Collections

Monsieur in red: a selection of the best varieties of peonies in red and burgundy shades

Red peonies on the site look majestic and proud. In the cut, contrasting colors stand out brightly among others - it is not for nothing that the peony is called the imperial flower. It is not at all difficult to choose the best variety of peony for your garden, especially in red shades. A huge list of breeding achievements in floriculture allows us to enjoy red peonies of various shades - from delicate scarlet to dark burgundy.

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Cleoma: planting and care in the open field, growing from seeds, photo Collections

Cleoma: planting and care in the open field, growing from seeds, photo

Garden plants Published: Last edits: Cleome flowers (lat. Cleome), or cleome, belong to the genus of annual or biennial plants of the Cleomaceae family, growing around the globe in areas with warm and temperate climates and numbering about 70 species. For the peculiar shape of the inflorescences, the Germans call the cleoma flower "spinenpflanze", which means "spider plant".

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Calla lily care in questions and answers Collections

Calla lily care in questions and answers

Partners Published: Last changes: Today, under the heading "Partners", FLORIUM.UA consultants answer customer questions about growing tuberous calla. Tell us about tuberous calla Calla is one of the most exquisite flowers available on the market today. Much appreciated for its elegance and beauty.

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Growing Cranberries From Cuttings: Tips For Rooting Cranberry Cuttings Collections

Growing Cranberries From Cuttings: Tips For Rooting Cranberry Cuttings

By: Amy GrantCranberries are not grown from seeds but rather from one-year-old cuttings or three-year-old seedlings. Sure, you can purchase cuttings and these will be a year old and have a root system, or you can try growing cranberries from unrooted cuttings that you have taken yourself. Rooting cranberry cuttings may require some patience, but for the dedicated gardener, that’s half the fun.

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Moving Pampas Grass: When Should I Transplant Pampas Grass Plants Collections

Moving Pampas Grass: When Should I Transplant Pampas Grass Plants

By: Tonya Barnett, (Author of FRESHCUTKY)Native to South America, pampasgrass is a stunning addition to the landscape. This large flowering grasscan form mounds around 10 feet (3 m.) in diameter. With its quick growth habit,it is easy to understand why many growers may find themselves asking, “Should Itransplant pampas grass?

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Detailed description and characteristics of the atria cabbage variety Collections

Detailed description and characteristics of the atria cabbage variety

Atria cabbage variety was obtained by a hybrid method by Dutch breeders. This vegetable crop has gained immense popularity among gardeners and is widely used in cooking. Description and characteristics of the variety Atria is a late-ripening variety with tough, rounded, medium-sized heads. The main characteristics of atria cabbage: leaves are oval, dense, slightly curved, leaf color is bright green.

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