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The beauty of conifers is striking especially in winter. Certain types of thuja, cypress, spruce, yew and juniper are especially suitable for creating impenetrable green walls. They can be easily shaped to the desired shape.

Unfortunately, when creating hedges, many gardeners make many serious mistakes, and especially often if conifers are used for this, for example, spruce, pine, transplanted from the nearest forest.

A hedge can be made of flowering plants - such a hedge is gorgeous even in itself. And so that the flowering does not fade away, you should pick up plants that bloom at different times. And some shrubs have decorative not only flowers, but also foliage or fruits.

I have been growing ornamental almonds since 1983 on the Karelian Isthmus. In spring it is the most elegant plant. I want to share my experience of growing it in the North-West.

Among the thujas there are dwarf plants for the rock garden, as well as excellent trees for single plantings in curbs or on the lawn. These evergreens can be used to make a living fence, which must be cut in the spring and again at the end of summer.

Let's make a reservation right away: despite the more northern position of Norway in relation to the Moscow region, the climate in most of the country is much milder than ours. The temperature in winter here does not drop below -2 ...- 5 degrees, and summer does not exhaust with excessive heat

After going through different options, I settled on such a famous plant as rose hips. It grows quickly and densely, it can be cut, it is almost not susceptible to diseases and pests, planting material grows free of charge along roads throughout the region

Euonymus are quite demanding on the richness of the soil or its aeration. They do not tolerate close standing groundwater or stagnant moisture. Neutral or slightly alkaline soils are required for successful growth.

I use the blackthorn as a wonderful ornamental plant to create an ornamental green hedge. It has a powerful root system. Drought-resistant, winter-hardy and very unpretentious, undemanding to soil conditions.

A hedge has long been a common replacement for an outdated fence. At the same time, their condition and appearance often do not cause delight. Why? There are several reasons. This is the wrong choice of species, and illiterate landing, and lack of proper care.

I purchased the Pink Pearl loosestrife seeds, grew them according to the instructions on the bag, and are now experimenting with them in the garden. The loosestrife grows up to 1 m tall, the stems are tough, erect, bright purple-pink inflorescence in the form of a spike 15-20 cm long.

There are several types of hedges, and the names of plants suitable for this cannot even be enumerated. But the best hedge in my opinion is the trellis, and the best plant for it is the hawthorn. And that's why.

Evergreen deciduous trees are often used for living fences. They form an impenetrable wall throughout the year; the even line of such a fence gives the impression of being well-groomed, and the dark greenery forms a contrasting background against which other crops look good

In one glossy magazine I saw a picture of a garden separated from neighboring plots by a hedge - dense, impenetrable, bright green and neatly trimmed. I understand that this is, apparently, a picture of a foreign garden. Are there any plants that can be used in our country to create a beautiful green hedge?

Pruning of plants should be carried out throughout the life of trees and shrubs. Its purpose is first to form the crown, later to preserve its shape, and later to rejuvenate old trees and shrubs.

From time to time, woody plants are rejuvenated. Irga needs rejuvenation, shedding foliage barberry, hazel, sucker, hibiscus, kolkhvizia, privet, honeysuckle, chubushnik, spirea, lilac, viburnum, weigela and others.

Fences 1-2 meters high can be grown from ordinary boxwood - a shrub that does not shed its glossy leaves for the winter. Once a well-known plant, this plant is great for free-growing, free-to-trim live fences.

Propagating plants, sowing seeds is worth it when you need to get many daughter plants. It is possible to propagate tree species by a vegetative method using several methods. The simplest of them is the division of the bush and reproduction using root shoots.

Damp and shady habitats of insects and habitats of plants suitable for laying eggs of entomophages should be protected from the sun. They can be located both on the personal plot and on the adjacent lands. Chemical methods of protection must not be used in these places. For example, lacewings (their voracious larvae are called aphid lions) often choose thickets of ferns and evergreen shrubs for laying eggs.

It is good if everything in your garden, without exception, looks "in the highest class". However, in real life, the situation, as a rule, in this sense is far from ideal. Hands simply do not reach something, there is not enough funds for something at the moment, etc. For example, old buildings that require replacement for a long time (and who does not have them?), Compost heaps and garbage dumps (you simply cannot do without this in the garden!) And other objects may not please the eye.

If at one time you were lucky to purchase a house in a village with a large plot of 15-20 acres, then this article is mostly not for you, since most likely a high fence protects the garden-garden and the surrounding area from uninvited eyes. In a different situation, the owners of garden plots in collective gardens, where the construction of such fences is prohibited (and what kind of fence can be built around a tiny plot?)

We talked about a flowering hedge, even casually mentioned those crops that are suitable for it, but did not touch on the very moment of plant selection. Which ones are suitable for becoming a part of a hedge with flowers and flowers? The hedge must be based on ornamental plants that form a powerful leaf mass. Of these crops, the following are the first to recommend ...

A flowering hedge is not just a banal decoration of a part of the garden, it can be used to decorate absolutely any part of it, and will grow well everywhere, except, perhaps, only in places located in depressions or where melt or rain water stagnates. A flowering hedge, in addition to "decoration", can also perform quite everyday roles - to be protection from uninvited guests or the cold north wind, and also serve as a shade for plants that are harmed by direct sunlight.

Vegetable screens will hide you and your home from prying eyes and noise. Construction of garden structures - trellises, gazebos, sheds, pergolas and gazebos. What plants are suitable for green hedges and garden decoration.

Lattices and screens are a staple in Renaissance gardens. They were popular throughout the eighteenth century. Their popularity revived at the end of the nineteenth century, but never reached the size of earlier times. Garden trellises can be fantastic. It is important that they are collapsible. They are provided with a fan-shaped support to accommodate climbing plants. Lattices are arranged both near the house and in the center of the garden, near the trees. Novice gardeners who lack information and do not suspect what an incredible variety of shapes and patterns can be created from trellises and trellises.

Today we will talk about the hybrid yoshte culture, which some grow for the sake of berries, and others for beauty.

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Metal and forged fence

Probably everyone imagines what a forged fence looks like: graceful patterns of curls and other elements, vines, rosettes and a row of peaks on top. In the same way, everyone quite clearly understands the cost of such a fence: not everyone will be able to afford it.

But along with real forging, today a much cheaper analogue exists and is actively used - stamped forging, also called cold forging.

For cold forging, a rod or plate is taken, and the desired shape is given not by hammer blows, but by bending or twisting on a special machine. When drawing up the canvas, the parts are connected in the simplest way - using electric welding. Thus, a forged fence becomes available not only for purchase, but also for self-production.

It is not scary if there is no access to cold forging machines or only a few of them are available: you can buy such parts in workshops or online stores - even so, they will not cost much.

Did you know that forged fences can be cold and hot forged? Read about it on our website.

For options for making wooden fences, see this topic. Picket fence, slab, board and other materials for the construction of wooden fences.

Decorative fences

Garden fences Are decorative fences that help to protect and insulate flower arrangements from external factors. Miniature, neat fences will help create an unusual composition during landscape design, they will give the front garden outlines, they can delimit the place into certain areas. Designers of suburban areas often use miniature fences in their fantasies, the main purpose of which is to highlight and involuntarily draw the eye to unusual small architectural forms.

Decorative fences various types are being developed, first of all, it is worth noting a large selection of color shades, they can be monochromatic or with patterns, as well as covered with an unusual texture, which gives the visual effect of a natural material. Fences are made of wood, metal and plastic, the most inexpensive and popular are plastic fences, they are easy to install, and if necessary, they have a folding design that allows them to be stored anywhere.

Garden fencing have various dimensions, the length of the offered products starts from 20 cm and ends with very impressive dimensions. Also, the choice depends on the number of sections on these products, they can vary from one to twenty-four pieces. Decorative fences are found in the form of curbs, they can be high or low, and are a great way to neatly demarcate an area, for example, between a flower garden and lawn grass.

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There is nothing more permanent than temporary ... Many of us are convinced of the validity of this statement. Rented housing often becomes permanent. The "casual" job stretches over the years. A fleeting hobby develops into a serious occupation.

A thorough person does any work with high quality and its result lasts for a long time. The temporary fence on the site should be treated as a serious structure that protects the area from uninvited guests. Read more


Hello dear friends! It is not uncommon when such a phenomenon as a mole appears on a planted land plot. Although the animal is pretty, it is harmful to the integrity of the plot. And therefore, many landowners are interested in how to get a mole out of the garden.

The presence of an animal is not necessarily a disaster, but it can be quite harmful. A mole family in a row can turn a small garden or vegetable garden into a wasteland in a few days. Breaking through tunnels, animals violate the root system of trees and plants, which leads to their decline. You need to solve the problem quickly, as soon as possible. And here real advice will come in handy, which we will discuss.

We will not talk about how to destroy the animals. Our task is to study how effectively, at home, to get rid of, drive away unwanted guests.

Hello, friends! As you may have noticed, in every publication dedicated to the garden - the garden, there are instructions for feeding, whether it be cherries or tomatoes. Therefore, today we will discuss fertilizers for the garden of the vegetable garden in spring.

Spring feeding is rightfully considered the key to the future harvest. In this regard, at the end of winter, it is necessary to replenish the stocks of fertilizers in the soil, which were depleted last year. Yes, this will bring additional hassle. But to get what you want, you need to work hard.

Next, we will consider the types of fertilizers, their role in the development of plants, as well as directly the feeding itself. Go!

Greetings! Today we have on the agenda the planting and care of the vineyard. Many gardeners are interested in the technology of this enterprise, since this is not a simple and time-consuming business. As practice shows, in order to grow a high-quality and fruiting bush, you need to have remarkable knowledge. I will briefly tell you in the article how to plant and care for grapes. For more information, as well as purchase seedlings, you can follow the link> http://dacha7.ru/p/yaroslavtzeffa

Grapes are unpretentious, perennial plants with powerful climbing shoots, as well as useful fruits. The shrub is very common and is present in almost every garden. It is also used as:

Previously, wild representatives of the flora were liana shrubs with long vines. In order to survive, wild grapes threw their shoots to neighboring trees and settled down there. This "behavior" is due to the need for sunlight, which the bush is deprived of because of the tall neighbors covering it with a shadow. Also, a vineyard that has the freedom to grow can take the form of a spreading tree.

Despite the fact that grapes adapt to different climates, proper care has an important role in its development. There are several conditions to ensure well-being:

If you have a plot in the suburbs - great. You already have at least a couple of conditions. The local climate is considered to be moderate, belonging to the middle lane. Relatively humid and warm summers prevail here. Subject to the technology of caring for a plant, its lifespan can reach hundreds of years.

And now let's move away from the prefaces and move on to the analysis of the practical part.

In this review, I want to tell you about the importance of a combination of plantings. Our topic today is the compatibility of trees and shrubs in the garden. So hello dear friends!

Like humans, plants are not always compatible. Some complement each other, while others, on the contrary, are destructive for their counterparts. Your harvest will also depend on this. We recently discussed the coexistence of vegetable crops. Everything is a little simpler there. If a mistake is made, it can be corrected next year. Trees and bushes are more complicated. It is unlikely that it will be possible to transplant an already formed, fruiting seedling. Is that a bush. Therefore, sit down comfortably, we will study the correct arrangement of plants on your site.

Hello friends! With the onset of spring, farmers start "hot" days. In a fairly short time, it is necessary to do a lot of work: cut, graft, rake, remove, dig up, fertilize, protect. Today's topic is quite voluminous and multifaceted - what needs to be done in the spring in the garden and vegetable garden. As the saying goes, "the work is not an open edge." It is very important to understand where to start. It is better to work in a systematic manner than to rush from one activity to another. The sequence of actions will help you to quickly cope with the tasks.So prepare a to-do list in advance. Well, we will go according to our list. I don’t promise that we will cover the whole range of work, but the main ones will definitely be announced.

Relatively recently, we have begun to study gardening wisdom: pruning trees, growing vegetables in a greenhouse. But this is only a small part of what you should know when you have your own site. I propose to continue the study of spring harvest.

Greetings! With the onset of spring, it's time to prepare for the gardening season. Although today we will not talk about that entirely. It is not important for us what time is now. It's just the right time for this conversation. And we will talk with you about how to organize the cultivation of vegetables and seedlings in a greenhouse. You can get more detailed information by clicking on the link> http://dacha7.ru/p/yaroslavtzeffa/tomatfree

You need to competently select a vegetable set that will live adjacent to each other in the same confined space. Indeed, even the most picky and fruitful crops may not produce offspring if the necessary requirements and conditions are ignored.

Even if you live in a region with a warm climate, arranging a greenhouse will not be superfluous, believe me. At the very least, you can diversify your vegetable diet. And the early cultures will appear on your table before the rest. Nice bonus, agree.

If we talk about regions with harsh conditions, there is no way without a greenhouse. Without a greenhouse, you can not hope for a good yield.

In order not to rant for a long time, let's proceed to the review. First, let's take a look at one of the popular options for a warm garden made of polycarbonate.

Greetings, dear! How about talking about trees? Specifically, how to prune garden trees.

Correct pruning is a guarantee that your apricots, apple trees, pears, cherries will bring a decent harvest. An important aspect of this process will be corona, i.e. shaping the crown of the seedling by thinning the branches. There are such crowns:
• sparsely - tiered

  • whorled - tiered
  • tierless
  • combined, etc.

There are many methods of corona treatment. We will definitely talk about them a little further. By the way, pruning is not just a whim, but a necessity. This is the health and longevity of the trees.

First of all, clumsy, dry, painful and tangled branches are cut. Thus, you free up space for the normal growth of the remaining branches. This way they receive more light, which has a beneficial effect on their life cycle.

Let's finish the introduction and move on to an overview of how to prune garden trees.

Hello friends! Today we will talk about autumn lilac - purple bud, planting and care. This is completely justified, because the plants are really similar in many ways. Budleya, like lilacs, is an abundantly flowering shrub with "clusters" of fragrant flowers. Both of them are very popular, quite unpretentious, loved by gardeners and summer residents. But budlea blooms, unlike lilacs, from warmth to the very cold. Its bushes are always spreading, up to 3 meters high, amaze with a variety of colors, varieties, species. The most famous budleys are

- David - beautiful "panicles" of small flowers appear only in the 3rd year of planting

- Japanese is distinguished by an interesting form of shoots with pale lilac flowers

- spherical - the most capricious yellow-red beauty with a unique aroma of the tropics

- broadleaf tilts to the ground like a willow, and smells like almonds

- white-flowered, on the contrary, always strives upward

- snowy - the favorite of aesthetes because of the "snow" bloom, which in many ways sets off the traditional white color

- purple - an unsurpassed "baby": its bright flowers reach only 2 cm and form a beautiful dense inflorescence.

This is what she looks like, purple, now landing and leaving.

It is very picturesque and will perfectly fit into any landscape. Colorful in color, exquisite in smell, it will look great both in splendid isolation and in compositions. It can even be combined with roses, not to mention use in alpine slides or large flower beds. She can plant a staircase, a gazebo or decorate a terrace. Since this species can reach 3 meters not only in height, but also grow to the same distance, you can make it a "hedge" or an aesthetic "screen" for unsightly corners of the site. In addition to "usefulness", it blooms from late spring to autumn cold weather, subject to proper planting and proper care.

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