Get Started Alpine Geranium Plants: Tips On Growing Alpine GeraniumsBy Liz BaesslerHardy and beautiful, geraniums are very popular plants for both garden beds and containers. The Erodium alpine geranium is a little different from the common geranium, but it?s no less attractive and useful. Learn more in this article.
By: Teo SpenglerWhen you are thinking of hedge plants for your garden, consider using star jasmine (Trachelospermum jasminoides). Is star jasmine a good candidate for hedges? Many gardeners think so. Growing a jasmine hedge is easy, and the result is sure to be beautiful. If you are wondering how to grow star jasmine as a hedge, read on.
What can be cooked from Japanese quince Alas, ordinary quince does not grow here. But in the Urals, an interesting substitute for common quince - Japanese quince or, scientifically, chaenomeles, has taken root quite well. True, in reality this plant has nothing to do with quince, but it is also of considerable interest.
Summer light originates from and grows wild in the southern United States. Let it light up in Swedish summer gardens with clouds of small butterfly-like flowers. Summer candles, Gaura lindheimeri The summer candles give an elegant feeling in both flower beds and pots with summer-flowering annuals. A tall perennial with a bushy growth that grows up to one meter high.
By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistSquash blossoms are glorious, golden blooms, which are not only attractive, but also good to eat. Harvesting squash blossoms as food requires a little knowledge of the plant’s reproductive biology. In order to ensure fruit, you need to know when to pick squash flowers and which ones to pick.
Garden plants Published: Last edits: Hello, dear friends, It is the third decade of February on the calendar, and I start sowing tomatoes for seedlings. I live in central Ukraine, in the Dnieper region, and I grow all my vegetables in the open field without any shelter. When you need to sow tomatoes for seedlings To sow on seedlings from mid-February, I usually start tall, late-ripening and mid-ripening varieties in order to get harvest from them, and early varieties of tomatoes can be sown later - from the end of February, throughout March and until the end of the first decade of April.
When choosing tomato seeds for their gardens, the owners often pay attention not only to the yield of the bushes, but also to the appearance of the fruits. Some varieties are adapted to the Russian climate, so they are excellent for growing in the middle lane. Tomato Grozdevoy F1 This carp hybrid is distinguished by its early maturity.
BACH FLOWERS That is FLORITERAPIAROCK WATER (SPRING WATER) The rock water remedy of Bach flowers is for those people who are too rigid with themselves and follow strict rules that they impose themselves. of Bach flowers which is not made up of plant essences but of spring water.
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Almost all gardeners grow radishes on their backyards. It belongs to early ripening crops, so it rarely suffers from diseases and pests, especially with proper care. But he still does not have absolute protection. If the gardener does not pay at least minimal attention to planting, it is likely that fungal diseases or pest attacks will develop.
The most unpretentious begonias are root. They do not need to arrange a dormant period like tuberous. However, the roots require maintenance all year round. They are fed in winter, but less often than in summer; pruned in the spring. Regardless of the species, all begonias grow well and delight with their decorative effect at high air humidity in combination with unfilled soil.
Photos of indoor plants Published: February 27, 2012 Reprinted: Last edits: Briefly about leaving Beloperone needs bright lighting, does not tolerate direct sunlight. In winter, the temperature should not drop below 12 degrees, and in summer and spring it should be around 18-20 degrees. Beloperone is watered abundantly during the growing season, and in winter they let the soil dry out a little, but do not allow it to dry out.