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Forsythia
Forsythia

The genus of not very large trees and shrubs forsythia (Forsythia), or forsythia, is a representative of the olive family. They bloom in early spring with flowers of a rich yellow color. This genus is considered very ancient, which explains its widespread occurrence. So, in East Asia, you can see 6 different species of this plant at once (in Korea, Japan and China).

Murraya - Rutaceae - How to care for and grow Murraya plants
Murraya - Rutaceae - How to care for and grow Murraya plants

HOW TO GROW AND CARE FOR OUR PLANTS MURRAYAN Note 1 Murraya is a delightful border plant but also an easy to grow pot, particularly appreciated also for its leaves and its aromatic flowers. Rutaceae Genus: Murraya Species: Murraya paniculata GENERAL FEATURES The Murray genus of the large family of Rutaceae, includes plants native to the areas of the South Pacific.

Design Tricks for Busy Gardeners (Part 1)
Design Tricks for Busy Gardeners (Part 1)

The creator of their garden The majority of real gardeners and gardeners in practice are overloaded beyond measure with gardening problems and worries, because in our harsh climate it is not so easy to get a significant harvest. As they say, not before ... However, I still want beauty, so over time I began to look for options on how to create a beautiful corner in the garden, but at the minimum cost of my labor.

DIY Insect Hotel: How To Make A Bug Hotel For Your Garden
DIY Insect Hotel: How To Make A Bug Hotel For Your Garden

Building a bug hotel for the garden is a fun project to dowith the kids or for adults who are kids at heart. Building homemade bug hotelsprovide a welcome refugeto beneficial insects, which we could not have fruits and vegetableswithout. Interested in constructing a DIY insect hotel? Read on to learn how tomake a bug hotel.

 Baby: growing indoor pomegranate
Baby: growing indoor pomegranate

Oranges and lemons on the windowsill are already a typical phenomenon. Therefore, amateur flower growers "domesticate" all new exotic crops - kiwi, pineapples, pomegranates, which not only bear tasty and healthy fruits, but also bloom very beautifully. Breeders have bred several dwarf varieties especially for growing in captivity.

Photinia problems: the expert answers on the diseases of Photinia
Photinia problems: the expert answers on the diseases of Photinia

THE AGRONOM ANSWERS ON HOW TO GROW AND CARE FOR PLANTS The leaves turn yellow, dark spots form and then my photinia dies 4 some plants have died and soon others will die: initially the leaves turn yellow, have dark spots and then the plant dies (see photo).

Information About Artichokes
Information About Artichokes

Get Started Green Globe Improved Artichoke: Learn About Green Globe Artichoke CareBy Laura MillerGardeners grow plants either for their visual appeal or because they produce tasty fruits and vegetables. What if you could do both? The Green Globe Improved artichoke is not only a highly nutritious food but attractive when grown as an ornamental.

What Is Sedum ‘Purple Emperor’ – Tips For Purple Emperor Care In Gardens
What Is Sedum ‘Purple Emperor’ – Tips For Purple Emperor Care In Gardens

By: Liz BaesslerThe Purple Emperor sedum (Sedum ‘Purple Emperor’) is a tough but beautiful perennial plant that produces stunning deep purple leaves and bunches of tiny light pink flowers. It’s a great choice for cut flowers and garden borders alike. Keep reading to learn more about how to grow Purple Emperor stonecrop plants.

Rooting Gooseberry Cuttings: Taking Cuttings From Gooseberry Bush
Rooting Gooseberry Cuttings: Taking Cuttings From Gooseberry Bush

By: Teo SpenglerGooseberries are woody shrubs that bear tart berries. You can eat the berries right off the plant as they ripen, but the fruit is especially delicious in jams and pies. You don’t have to buy new gooseberry plants to increase your crop. Read on for information about propagating gooseberry cuttings.

The butterflies of the Alps: how to recognize them where and when to observe them by Gianluca Ferretti - Blu Edizioni
The butterflies of the Alps: how to recognize them where and when to observe them by Gianluca Ferretti - Blu Edizioni

Recensione del libro:Le farfalle delle Alpicome riconoscerle, dove e quando osservarledi Gianluca FerrettiTitolo:Le farfalle delle Alpicome riconoscerle, dove e quando osservarle. Autore: Gianluca FerrettiEditore: Blu EdizioniData di pubblicazione: giugno2012Numero pagine: 351Costo:19,00 euroTipo di carta usata: non vieneusata carta riciclata o ecologicaIllustrazioni: il libro èmoltoillustratoLe farfalle delle Alpi come riconoscerle, dove e quando osservarle è undeliziosomanuale scritto da Gianluca Ferretti, per aiutarci a conoscere quellepiccole creatureche sono le farfalle.

Information About Lilies
Information About Lilies

Asiatic Lily Propagation: How To Propagate An Asiatic Lily PlantBy Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistPropagating Asiatic lily is commercially done by bulb, but if you have patience, you can save money and grow them from division, seed or even leaves. Try reproducing Asiatic lilies in any one of these ways for a fun, interesting project.

Caring For Lomandra Grass – What Are Lomandra Growing Conditions
Caring For Lomandra Grass – What Are Lomandra Growing Conditions

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistDrought prone areas and sites with low maintenance needs will benefit from the use of ornamental grass. The original grasses hail from Australia but have been developed in New Zealand to include numerous cultivars. Wintertime wet feet and dry summer conditions simulate the best Lomandra growing conditions.

7 folk signs of a good harvest that have nothing to do with the weather
7 folk signs of a good harvest that have nothing to do with the weather

Knowing all the rules and subtleties of sowing, many follow the signs and superstitions to get a good harvest. There are many popular signs. Much of it is based on weather and natural phenomena. However, there are interesting signs that are not related to the weather. No debt Regardless of the crops chosen for planting, there is a general rule.

Ringspot Virus Of Spinach Plants : What Is Spinach Tobacco Ringspot Virus
Ringspot Virus Of Spinach Plants : What Is Spinach Tobacco Ringspot Virus

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistRingspot virus of spinach affects the appearance and palatability of the leaves. It is a common disease among many other plants in at least 30 different families. Tobacco ringspot on spinach rarely causes plants to die, but the foliage is diminished, faded and reduced.

Fiorology all the secrets of plants and flowers by Davoli Maria Giovanna - Newton Compton Editori
Fiorology all the secrets of plants and flowers by Davoli Maria Giovanna - Newton Compton Editori

Book reviewFiorologyall the secrets of plants and flowersby Maria Giovanna DavoliTitle: Fiorology - All secrets of plants and flowers Author: Maria GiovannaDavoliPublisher: Newton Compton EditoriPublication date: June2012Number of pages: 318Cost: 9.90 eurosType of paper used: paper produced with cellulose without chlorine gas from controlled and certified forests, in compliance with current ecological regulations Illustrations: the book is illustrated ۞ ۞ ۞ Fiorology - All the secrets of plants and flowers is a manual of plant cultivation that surprised me very much.

Controlling Corn Rootworm – Preventing Corn Rootworm Injury In Gardens
Controlling Corn Rootworm – Preventing Corn Rootworm Injury In Gardens

By: Kristi WaterworthThere’s a belief among gardeners that the best corn you’ll ever have is plucked from the garden and immediately taken to the grill — kids on farms sometimes have races to see who can get the maple-honey sweet ears from the field to the cook first. Of course, being kids, they may not know to watch for corn rootworm injury, a potentially serious problem of corn stands large and small.

Neophocaena phocaenoides - Neofocena
Neophocaena phocaenoides - Neofocena

Neofocena(Neophocaena phocaenoides)Nota 1CLASSIFICAZIONE SCIENTIFICARegno:AnimaliaPhylum:ChordataSubphylum:VertebrataClasse:MammaliaOrdine:CetaceaSottordine:OdontocetiFamiglia:PhocoenidaeGenere:PhocoenidaeSpecie:Neophocaena phocaenoidesNome comune: neofocenaDATI GENERALILunghezza del corpo:1,50 - 1,90 mPeso: 30 - 45 kgDurata della vita:---Maturità sessuale:2 anniHABITAT E DISTRIBUZIONE GEOGRAFICALa Neophocaena phocaenoides comunemente conosciuta come neofocena della famiglia Phocoenidae vive lunghe le coste e nelle foci ed estuari dei fiumi (occasionalmente anche nei laghi) del sud est asiatico.

Malina Bryanskoe Divo - a remontant masterpiece with large berries
Malina Bryanskoe Divo - a remontant masterpiece with large berries

Gardeners and farmers are showing increasing interest in remontant raspberries. Common raspberries often freeze in severe winters, their productivity sharply decreases in drought, pests lead to the loss of most of the harvest, and the growth is annoying, creeping over the site. These problems can be avoided by planting remontant species instead of ordinary raspberries.

Aztekium ritteri (Aztec Cactus)
Aztekium ritteri (Aztec Cactus)

Scientific NameAztekium ritteri (Boed.) Boed.Common NamesAztec CactusSynonymsEchinocactus ritteriScientific ClassificationFamily: CactaceaeSubfamily: CactoideaeTribe: CacteaeGenus: AztekiumDescriptionAztekium ritteri is a small cactus, up to 2 inches (5 cm) in diameter, with 9 to 11 ribs, which typically have transverse wrinkles.

Weltheimia
Weltheimia

Veltheimia is an exotic flowering bulbous plant from South Africa, belonging to the Liliaceae family and attracting the attention of gardeners and florists for its unique bright appearance and high decorativeness. The culture that came to our region from the hot climate has adapted to the new living conditions and feels great on the garden plot and as an indoor flower.