THE AGRONOMIST ANSWERS ON HOW TO GROW AND TREAT PLANTS , it is necessary that you indicate: what plant it is; where it is located (inside the house, on the terrace, in the garden, etc.
Cherry plums - semi-cherry, semi-plum - returns to orchards These man-made plants are obtained from crossing sand cherries, possibly felted with a special group of plums - Chinese and American. closer to plums and even apricots and peaches than to real cherries, therefore they are even singled out in a separate group - micro cherries.
By: Heather RhoadesNothing adds a lovely tropical flare quite like a tropical hibiscus. While hibiscus plants will do fine outdoors in the summer in most areas, they need to be protected in the winter. Let’s look at the steps for hibiscus winter care.Who Should be Over Wintering Hibiscus?If where you live gets more than a few days a year below freezing (32 F.
HOW TO GROW AND CARE FOR OUR KOHLERIAN PLANTS Note 1Kohleria are very appreciated for the beauty of their flowers, small, tubular, richly colored and very decorative. Main species »GENERAL FEATURESThe Kohleria genus of the Gesneriaceae family includes several species of plants originating from Central and South America.
By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistBig, juicy cucumbers are only in season for a short period. Farmer’s markets and grocery stores are filled with them, while gardeners have crazy crops of the vegetable. The summer fresh cukes need to be preserved if you’re drowning in them. Canning is an option, but can you dehydrate cucumbers?
The mass craze for growing tomatoes on the balcony or in the room began with the advent of miniature tomato varieties. One of the popular indoor varieties is called Bonsai. Of course, a large harvest from a small bush cannot be harvested, but it will be enough for food. In addition, a well-groomed plant looks quite decorative, therefore, in addition to gastronomic pleasure, it will also give an aesthetic one.
By: Amy GrantIf you are in USDA zone 4, you’re probably somewhere in the interior of Alaska. This means that your area gets long, warm days during the summer with high temps in the 70’s and lots of snow and average cold temps of -10 to -20 F. (-23 to -28 C.) in the winter. This translates to a rather short growing season of about 113 days, so vegetable gardening in zone 4 can be challenging.
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By: Teo SpenglerNorway maple trees (Acer platinoides) are wonderful shade trees in the garden. However, they produce many seeds and propagate so easily that they readily escape cultivation. In the wild, Norway maple shades out native plants. Controlling Norway maples is much more difficult than growing them.
By: Nikki Tilley, Author of The Bulb-o-licious GardenPassion flower (Passiflora spp.) is a striking tropical-like vine that is easy to grow. This popular houseplant or garden vine is also easy to propagate. Passion flower propagation can be achieved through seeds or stem cuttings in spring, or by layering in late summer.
Male hedgehog or female hedgehog? There are two species of sea urchin best known to us: the Paracentrotus lividus, known as purple hedgehog or female hedgehog, which is commonly found in the rocky bottoms populated by algae and by the prairies of Poseidonia and by 10 - 15 cm deep, and the Arbacia lixula hedgehog commonly called black hedgehog or male hedgehog considered inedible.