There is nothing better than growing edible gardens and enjoying the “fruits” of our labor. Here you will find a range of growing tips for edible plants, everything from classic herbs to your favorite fruits and vegetables. Whether you are just starting out or an experienced gardener, you are certain to find just what you’re looking for when it comes to edible gardening.
By: Amy GrantPomegranates used to be a rather exotic fruit, one that was imported and eaten on special occasions. Today, due to its designation as a “super food,” pomegranates and their juice feature prominently in almost every local grocery. In fact, pomegranates have become so popular that many people in USDA zones 7-10 are trying their hand at growing and picking their own pomegranates.
Houseplants Published: Last Edits: Ferns Ferns are not very popular among amateur flower growers. Although, to be honest, these are very decorative and beautiful plants. Their leaves are special in their shape: graceful, delicate, - they can decorate any corner of your apartment.
What they are The fittings for the irrigation system are made of plastic, have the shape of an elbow and are used to connect the various points of the irrigation system. Features The fittings, usually made of rather resistant plastic, are essential for the construction of an irrigation system.
Cornflower, a beautiful flower that looks wild and easy in the garden! It undeniably has a natural, crazy and old-fashioned charm. the nielle des blés was one of the flowers widely cultivated in the gardens of our parents and grandparents. And then according to fashions, it was put aside. What a pity !
Calcium nitrate is a chemical that can be used to fertilize plants. In agriculture, it is commonly referred to as calcium nitrate. There are other names for this substance: calcium nitrate, lime nitrate, calcined or Norwegian. It is also used in construction and other industries.
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The many-faced nigella is a spice and a beautiful flower. This extraordinarily beautiful aristocratic plant has an incredible number of names. Along with the official one, derived from the Latin word "nickellus", there are a dozen more. This is nigella (apparently because it has black, rather large seeds, very similar to the seeds of an ordinary onion, which we also call nigella), and "the girl in green", and Roman coriander, and the hair of Venus, and black cumin.
Prunus Spinosa Care: Tips For Growing A Blackthorn TreeBy Amy GrantBlackthorns are small, deciduous trees also referred to as & 34;sloe.& 34; They grow in scrubs, thickets and woodlands in the wild. In the landscape, hedges are the most common use for growing blackthorn trees. Learn more about them in this article.
By: Jackie CarrollJapanese black pine is ideal for coastal landscapes where it grows to heights of 20 feet (6 m.). When grown further inland, it can reach the remarkable height of 100 feet (30 m.). Read on to find out more about this big, beautiful tree.What is a Japanese Black Pine?Introduced from Japan, Japanese black pine trees (Pinus thunbergii) tolerate sandy, salty soil and salt spray much better than native species.
By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistFresh, sweetsummer corn is a treat to look forward to when planning your garden.There are many corn varieties, from hybrids to heirlooms. Depending upon yourzone, there are varieties of corn that ripen at different times of the season,various colors and even sugar enhanced types.
By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterWhat are Sweetheart cherries? These large, bright red cherries are prized for their heart-like shape and firm texture, but mostly for a distinctive, super-sweet, mildly tart flavor. Can you grow sweet cherries? You sure can, as long as you live in USDA plant hardiness zones 5 through 7.
People who love oranges but don’t live in a warm enough region to have their own grove often opt to grow tangerines. The question is, when are tangerines ready to pick? Read on to find out when to harvest tangerines and other information regarding tangerine harvest time.About Harvesting TangerinesTangerines, also called mandarin oranges, are more cold hardy than oranges and can be grown in USDA zones 8-11.
By: Teo SpenglerThe globe gilia plant (Gilia capitata) is one of the country’s prettiest native wildflower plants. This gilia has lacy green foliage, upright 2 to 3-foot stalks and round clusters of small, blue flowers. Growing gilia wildflowers in your garden is not difficult if you live in a region with mild winter temperatures.
Characteristics Sesame is a plant that can boast of truly ancient origins and has the particularity of being able to extract an interesting oil from its seeds, which is used above all in the kitchen, but which also has significant beneficial properties and, for this reason, is also exploited as remedy for traditional medicine.
Crassula ovata, commonly known as Jade Plant, is a tender succulent whose easy-to-grow and propagate nature makes it a common houseplant. Although Jade Plant usually performs well in containers that restrict root space, is fairly slow-growing, survives under conditions of occasional neglect, and enjoys the warm and dry environment typical of homes, the plant does have certain requirements.
Characteristics Within tree crops, the annual development cycle of fruit plants is characterized by having numerous differences in relation to the species that is taken into consideration.For example, one of the main differences is that between deciduous and deciduous species. instead, always green.
I am taking the first steps in creating a garden. And what happened is not very happy. I wanted to do something like an English romantic garden. As a result, the free central part of the garden, given to the lawn, turned out to be too large, not in my opinion, in relation to the plantings placed along its perimeter.
Pruning garden plants makes them look more attractive, but it also can increase the health and productivity of flowering or fruiting shrubs. When it comes to doing the pruning work, you’ll get a better result if you use the optimal tool to accomplish each part of the job. One important gardening tool is called a pruning saw.
Corado is a chemical preparation for the destruction of the Colorado potato beetle and potato ladybug in personal subsidiary plots, on private garden lands. Also effective against other pests. This insecticide is officially registered by the state and is freely sold in stores. Corado is a pesticide (that is, a pesticide), and its use is possible only strictly according to the instructions.