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Wampi Plant Care – Growing An Indian Swamp Plant In Gardens New

Wampi Plant Care – Growing An Indian Swamp Plant In Gardens

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistIt is interesting that Clausena lansium is known as the Indian swamp plant, since they are actually native to China and temperate Asia and were introduced to India. The plants are not widely known in India but they do grow well in the country’s climate.

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 Tomato White filling: an undeservedly forgotten early unpretentious variety New

Tomato White filling: an undeservedly forgotten early unpretentious variety

The old Russian tomato variety White filling has not lost its relevance for more than half a century. He adequately competes with modern varieties and hybrids, for many years "settled" on many amateur and farm plots. The tomato could be called the standard among the early ones with fruits of classic sizes, but there is one drawback that used to be significant, but today it is easily eliminated by simple agricultural methods.

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Zone 3 Rhododendrons – Tips On Growing Rhododendrons In Zone 3 New

Zone 3 Rhododendrons – Tips On Growing Rhododendrons In Zone 3

By: Teo SpenglerFifty years ago, gardeners who said that rhododendrons don’t grow in northern climes were absolutely correct. But they wouldn’t be right today. Thanks to the hard work of northern plant breeders, things have changed. You’ll find all kinds of rhododendrons for cold climates on the market, plants that are fully hardy in zone 4 plus a few zone 3 rhododendrons.

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 Roof defectologist: how to repair a soft coating New

Roof defectologist: how to repair a soft coating

Correctly mounted soft roof will serve for 15 years. However, her ideal condition must be constantly taken care of. After a certain period of operation, the soft coating may need emergency or current repair, and a little later - and major. To understand whether it is time to restore the roof, it will turn out only after a thorough visual inspection.

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Information About Indian Almond New

Information About Indian Almond

Home › Edible Gardens › Nut Trees › Archive for Indian AlmondGet Started Indian Almond Care – Tips For Growing Tropical Almond TreesBy Teo SpenglerSome plants like it hot, and Indian almond trees are among them. Interested in Indian almond cultivation? You?ll only be able to start growing the tree if you live where it?

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How to build a decorative pond in the garden New

How to build a decorative pond in the garden

Read the previous part. ? Types of decorative ponds in the garden In other words, a deep body of water with a small surface of water will slowly heat up, and in cold water, plants will develop more slowly.

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 How to prevent wasps from destroying crops and saving grapes New

How to prevent wasps from destroying crops and saving grapes

Sweet juicy grapes are not only popular with people. Often, ripening brushes are massively attacked by wasps, sucking the juice from the berries. As a result, if nothing is done and the bunches are not protected, a significant part of the harvest is spoiled, and sometimes nothing can be saved at all. How to protect the harvest fundamentally: we remove the nest Not a single gardener is ready to leave the grape harvest to be eaten by the wasps.

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Making compost in the country and at home, (for mushrooms) with your own hands New

Making compost in the country and at home, (for mushrooms) with your own hands

Garden plants Published: Last changes: Any plant grows better and bears fruit in fertilized soil. Compost is one of the most affordable and widespread fertilizers for the garden and garden. About what ingredients can be used to compost, how to prepare compost at home or in the garden, under which crops this fertilizer is used, whether it is worth buying ready-made compost and which of the proposed compositions to prefer, we will tell in our article.

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Popular Legume Plants: What Are The Different Types Of Legumes New

Popular Legume Plants: What Are The Different Types Of Legumes

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistBeans and peas are two of our most common vegetables and provide an important source of vitamins and protein. What is a legume? There are many types of legumes, most of which produce a pod that splits evenly in half. Legume cover crops are important nitrogen-fixing plants for soil health.

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Rolling lawn New

Rolling lawn

Rolled lawn The rolled or “clod” lawn is a natural lawn that is supplied as if it were artificial, ie in rolls. Except that the rolls are not made of synthetic material, but of real grass, cultivated and cured for about a year and a half. After the maturation of the same, the lawn is cut to a thickness of about one and a half centimeters, keeping intact the roots that must literally attach themselves to the ground in a completely spontaneous and natural way.

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Aloe 'Doran Black' New

Aloe 'Doran Black'

Scientific NameAloe & 39;Doran Black& 39;SynonymsOften incorrectly called Aloe & 39;Dorian Black& 39;.Scientific ClassificationFamily: AsphodelaceaeSubfamily: AsphodeloideaeTribe: AloeaeGenus: AloeDescriptionAloe & 39;Doran Black& 39; is an interesting Aloe hybrid that grows up to 12 inches (30 cm) tall and up to 8 inches (20 cm) across.

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When to find Italian seasonal fruit in stores New

When to find Italian seasonal fruit in stores

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 Autumn currant transplant: why is it needed and how it is done New

Autumn currant transplant: why is it needed and how it is done

Currant is one of the most common berry bushes in summer cottages. It is tasty and healthy; its healing properties have been known for a long time. Today there is not a single garden plot in Russia where at least one type of currant is not grown: black, red or white. The culture is unpretentious and does not require much attention.

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Everblooming Gardenias: Growing A Grafted Everblooming Gardenia New

Everblooming Gardenias: Growing A Grafted Everblooming Gardenia

By: Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY GardenGardenias are known for their beauty and fragrance. An elegant specimen, the gardenia is often used as the primary flower in a corsage. Unfortunately, as with many beauties, these plants are sometimes challenging to grow. Soil and sunlight must be just right for the fickle specimen to flourish in the garden or a container.

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 How to independently make an electric swing gate New

How to independently make an electric swing gate

Electric swing gates are usually installed in garages or openings of fences and have a relatively simple design. Therefore, the owner of a garage or a suburban area does not have to spend money on their purchase. What are swing gates? The main feature of this type of gate is the presence of movable doors.

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Information About Organ Pipe Cactus New

Information About Organ Pipe Cactus

Get Started What Is A Stenocereus Cactus – Learn About Stenocereus PlantsBy Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistOf all the varieties of cacti, Stenocereus is one of the broadest in terms of form. Stenocereus cactus plants are usually quite large and considered outdoor specimens when used in the landscape.

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Rhipsalis cereuscula (Coral Cactus) New

Rhipsalis cereuscula (Coral Cactus)

Scientific NameRhipsalis cereuscula Haw.Common NamesCoral Cactus, Rice Cactus, Mistletoe CactusSynonymsErythrorhipsalis cereuscula, Hariota cereuscula, Hariota saglionis, Rhipsalis brachiata, Rhipsalis penduliflora, Rhipsalis saglionisScientific ClassificationFamily: CactaceaeSubfamily: CactoideaeTribe: RhipsalideaeGenus: RhipsalisDescriptionRhipsalis cereuscula is a shrubby to bushy epiphytic cactus with light green stems crowned with clusters of tiny rice-shaped joints.

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Popular apple variety Gala and its varieties New

Popular apple variety Gala and its varieties

The Gala apple tree and its clones can be seen in industrial gardens in many countries of the world, located in zones with temperate and warm climates. And its spectacular and sweet fruits can be found in almost any supermarket. Where and how you can grow this apple tree - we will help you figure it out. Description of the variety Autumn variety of apple trees of New Zealand selection, obtained in 1962.

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Fight against parasites New

Fight against parasites

Hello! Advise how to get rid of mice quickly and effectively? At first I found them in a barn: I poured them with poison and set traps with bait, but these ubiquitous pests have successfully moved to ... Advise what plants can be planted in the garden to get rid of annoying insects, protecting vegetables and fruit trees?

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Healing with plants: natural treatments with herbs New

Healing with plants: natural treatments with herbs

This column is intended to be a useful and pleasant guide for those people, who love the benefits of nature, who want to approach the use of those plants that are close to us every day, but whose properties and uses are often unknown to us. ; I know to all that primitive man knew by chance the medicinal properties of herbs by eating one hour after another and noticing how they had positive implications on his organism.

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