By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistThere is absolutely nothing like a big bed of dahlia flowers. The blooms come in many colors and sizes, giving any gardener’s taste an outlet. When planning your bed, it’s a good idea to consider what to plant with dahlias. Dahlia companion plants can be the perfect accents to set off the flowers but may also aid in deterring pests or even act as a decoy and sacrifice themselves to insect predators.
By: Teo SpenglerScotch broom (Cystisus scoparius) is an attractive shrub that rises to about 10 feet (3 m.) high with an open, airy growth pattern. Despite the beauty of its bright yellow spring flowers, it can easily look disheveled if not pruned correctly. Pruning a scotch broom shrub must be done conservatively and at the correct season.
The tree peony (Paeonia x suffruticosa), or semi-shrub is a hybrid species belonging to the genus peony of the peony family. There are scientists who believe that they are not a species, but simply a group of different varieties and hybrid forms. To date, about 500 of them are known.
The grapes love the sun and heat, which is why the plantations are mainly located in warm countries. However, residents of cold regions should not be upset: many frost-resistant varieties have been bred. Crystal is the result of crossing the Amur Vitis amurensis, the European-Asian Vitis vinifera and the European-American hybrid Villard blanc.
Many people love juicy melon fruits, but how much do we know about how they are useful? Melon is an excellent natural healer with its own melon, but how many melons can you eat and when, so as not to cause harm What is interesting in a melon fruit Photo of a melon Melon fruits contain many different vitamins, amino acids, trace elements.
Garden vines can transform incredibly large areas in a short time by draping them, while they amaze with their diversity. Vines include both exotic and classic cultures. The plant of the cowpea caracalla, which is also called snail grapes, belongs to the exotics.
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Such cute, delicate, magical, exotic and unusual flowers, as primulines were previously called hirit. The leaf plates of such plants have extremely unusual symmetry. They are distinguished by incredibly graceful flowers, as well as their unpretentiousness. In such a plant, almost everything is unique, incredibly delicate and beautiful.
There is no such busy and responsible month for gardeners and gardeners as May. Many folk proverbs and sayings eloquently speak about this: & 34; May feeds & 34 ;, & 34; Dig until May & 34; and others. It is during this month that it is necessary to complete all work with the land: spring digging, harrowing, loosening; have time to plant berry and fruit crops; complete sowing and planting of all vegetable and ornamental crops.
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Get Started Queen Anne’s Lace Management: Tips For Controlling Wild Carrot PlantsBy Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterOnce they get the upper hand, controlling Queen Anne& 39;s lace flowers is extremely difficult. Wondering how to control Queen Anne& 39;s lace in the garden? Click this article to learn more about this challenging plant and its management.
By: Kathee MierzejewskiYour garden doesn’t have to just be around the foundation of your home or out in direct sunlight. You can find hardy shade ground cover for those areas in your yard that are somewhat blank and shady. There are many different ground covers for shade areas in your yard. You just have to put your imagination cap on and decide exactly what you want to do with those areas.
By: Amy GrantPowdery mildew of southern peas is a fairly common issue. Usually, it doesn’t damage early planted peas, but it can destroy a late summer or fall crop. It is important to recognize the symptoms of southern peas with powdery mildew in order to come up with a management plan before the problem becomes too severe.
There have been so many varieties of cucumbers recently that it is almost impossible to understand them. Some gardeners prefer the good old Vyaznikovsky and Muromsky, others quite justifiably plant modern hybrids. Among them, a group of Dutch breeding hybrids stands out, most often showing high yields with very good taste.
By: Jackie RhoadesYears ago, before raising plants for profit became a business, every housewife knew how to grow wandering jew houseplants. Gardeners would share cuttings from their wandering jew houseplant (Tradescantia pallid) with neighbors and friends, and like the Jews from long ago, the wandering jew houseplant would travel from place to place.
COYOTNote 2 SCIENTIFIC CLASSIFICATION Wood: AnimaliaPhylum: ChordataSubphylum: VertebrataClass: MammaliaOrder: CarnivoraSuborder: CaniformiaFamily: CanidaeGender: CanisSpecies: Canis latransCommon name: coyote cm Weight: 7-20 kg Life span: up to 10 years in the wild and up to 18 years in captivity Sexual maturity: 1-2 years HABITAT AND GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION The coyote, whose scientific name is Canis latrans of the Canidae family is a very widespread mammal that we find in much of North and Central America in a large territory bordered to the north by Alaska and to the south by Panama.
If you’re looking up how to repot rubber tree plants, you probably already have one. Whether you have the variety ‘Rubra,’ with dark green leaves and light-colored mid-veins, or ‘Tricolor,’ with variegated leaves, their needs are essentially the same. Rubber plants don’t mind being grown in pots because they originate in Southeast Asian rainforests where, like most rainforests, the soil layer is very thin and plants typically don’t root as deeply as those in temperate forests.
Scientific NameTylecodon leucothrix (C.A.Sm.) ToelkenCommon NamesBunny EarsSynonymsAdromischus leucothrix, Cotyledon leucothrix, Cotyledon swartbergensisScientific ClassificationFamily: CrassulaceaeGenus: TylecodonOriginThis species is native to South Africa (Western Cape and Eastern Cape, mainly in the Little Karoo).
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.
Get Started Golden Zucchini Plants: How To Grow Golden Zucchini In The GardenBy Amy GrantZucchini has been a garden staple for centuries. If you?re a bit tired of the typical green zucchini, try growing golden zucchini plants. A twist on an old favorite with brilliant yellow color, the following article contains golden zucchini information.