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Echinopsis - How to care for and grow your Echinopsis Interesting

Echinopsis - How to care for and grow your Echinopsis

HOW TO GROW AND CARE FOR OUR PLANTS Echinopsis Echinopsis are delicious cacti that are very popular and appreciated for their pleasant appearance and ease of cultivation. genus Echinopsis belongs to the Cactaceae family and includes numerous species native to South America found in different habitats ranging from flat desert areas to arid undergrowth.

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Cucumber Plant Companions: Plants That Grow Well With Cucumbers Interesting

Cucumber Plant Companions: Plants That Grow Well With Cucumbers

By: Amy GrantJust as humans are social creatures and drawn to each other for a variety of reasons, many garden crops benefit from companion planting. Take cucumbers, for instance. Choosing the right cucumber plant companions will help the plant thrive much like human companionship. They may crowd the plant or hog water, sun and nutrients, so knowing the most suitable companions for cucumbers is important.

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 9 light vines that even an old wooden fence will stand Interesting

9 light vines that even an old wooden fence will stand

Perennial climbing plants are widely used in landscaping areas. They are loved by many gardeners for their fast growth, ease of growing and unpretentiousness. Some vines are so lightweight that even old buildings can withstand them. Akebia is an exotic culture that successfully takes root in the middle lane.

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Pruning strawberries in the fall and preparing for winter Interesting

Pruning strawberries in the fall and preparing for winter

After the fruiting period ends, the bushes still need care, the quality of the harvest in the next season depends on it. To get a good harvest, the plant must be well prepared for the winter period. Features of caring for strawberry bushes after harvesting After the fruits stop appearing, the bushes do not stop watering and feeding, they are prepared for the winter period, excess antennae are removed.

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Caring For Marble Queen Plants – Learn How To Grow A Marble Queen Plant Interesting

Caring For Marble Queen Plants – Learn How To Grow A Marble Queen Plant

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterCoprosma ‘Marble Queen’ is a striking evergreen shrub that displays shiny green leaves marbled with splashes of creamy white. Also known as variegated mirror plant or looking glass bush, this attractive, rounded plant reaches a mature height of 3 to 5 feet tall (1-1.

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Crested Blue Myrtle Interesting

Crested Blue Myrtle

Prime destination for succulent loversRSSFacebookInstagramTwitterPinterestHomeSucculentopediaBrowse Succulents by Scientific NameBrowse Succulents by Common NameBrowse Succulents by GenusBrowse Succulents by FamilyBrowse Succulents by USDA Hardiness ZoneBrowse Succulents by OriginBrowse Cacti by GenusAbout SucculentsCultivationGeneral CareLight RequirementsPotting SoilWateringFertilizingPests and DiseasesRepottingPropagationPruningGraftingArrangingSucculent UsesMedicinal SucculentsCosmetic SucculentsCulinary SucculentsSacred SucculentsLibraryBooksStoriesMyths and LegendsStampsWorld of Flowering PlantsYou are at:Home » Archive for & 34;Crested Blue Myrtle& 34;Browsing: Crested Blue MyrtleSucculentopediaMyrtillocactus geometrizans f.

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Information About Trumpet Vine Interesting

Information About Trumpet Vine

Get Started Campsis Tree Damage – How To Remove Trumpet Vines From TreesBy Tonya Barnett, (Author of FRESHCUTKY)Invasive trumpet vines can quickly spread through underground runners, making them extremely difficult to control and to maintain. Removing the vines from trees is often a common issue for home gardeners.

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 Tomato Sunrise - Dutchman on Russian soil Interesting

Tomato Sunrise - Dutchman on Russian soil

The abundance of various varieties of tomatoes often leads to the fact that it becomes more and more difficult for a summer resident to make a choice. Modern science does not stand still, and crops constantly appear that become better than their predecessors due to higher yields, resistance to diseases and other properties.

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Flower Watering Tips: A Guide To Watering Flowers Interesting

Flower Watering Tips: A Guide To Watering Flowers

By: Mary Ellen EllisEven the most seasoned gardeners can benefit from a quick guideto watering flowers. If you’re new to growing flowers, however, understandinghow to water them correctly can make the difference between success withthriving blooms and failure, or dead plants.How Much Water Do Flowers Need?

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Ginkgo Male Vs. Female: Telling Male And Female Ginkgoes Apart Interesting

Ginkgo Male Vs. Female: Telling Male And Female Ginkgoes Apart

By: Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY GardenGinkgo biloba is a strong, long-lived specimen with many uses here in theU.S. It grows as a street tree, on commercial properties, and in the homelandscape of many. Sources say it is near perfect as an urban tree goes, as it cangrow and thrive in pollution, resists disease, and is easy to prune.

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What Is Ethylene Gas: Information On Ethylene Gas And Fruit Ripening Interesting

What Is Ethylene Gas: Information On Ethylene Gas And Fruit Ripening

Perhaps you have heard it said not to place your newly harvested fruits in the fridge alongside other types of fruits to avoid over-ripening. This is due to the ethylene gas that some fruits give off. What is ethylene gas? Keep reading to learn more.What is Ethylene Gas?Without scent and invisible to the eye, ethylene is a hydrocarbon gas.

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Trimming Lavender – How To Prune Lavender Properly Interesting

Trimming Lavender – How To Prune Lavender Properly

By: Heather RhoadesPruning lavender is important in keeping a lavender plant producing the type of fragrant foliage that most gardeners seek. If lavender isn’t pruned regularly, it will become woody and produce fewer fragrant leaves and flowers. If you’re wondering how to prune lavender and when to prune lavender at the correct time, have no fear.

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Music and other arts Interesting

Music and other arts

MUSIC AND OTHER ARTIS It may have happened to each of us to ask ourselves: what is different about music from other arts? For example, what is the difference between music, painting, sculpture or literature? The first difference that jumps to the eye is that painting, sculpture or literature compared to music are static arts, that is to say the works represented are immobile, defined and univocal objects as opposed to music which is a constant becoming and changing in the time.

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Spinach - Spinacia oleracea Interesting

Spinach - Spinacia oleracea

Spinach Spinach is a herbaceous plant originating from southwestern Asia and introduced in Europe around the year 1000; in Italy spinach is grown a little in all regions but, in particular, in Tuscany, Lazio, Campania, Piedmont and Veneto; the most cultivated varieties in our country are: Riccio di Castelnuovo, Riccio d’Asti, the Winter Giant, Dixie Market, Viking, Loreley, Carambole F1, Matador.

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Apple tree Interesting

Apple tree

The apple tree represents a plant that has particularly ancient origins, with a provenance typical of all those regions of the Transacaucasian area, which is widespread practically on the entire planet.The subspecies of the apple tree that is most famous corresponds to the malus communis pumila, from which most of the varieties of apples that can be found on the market derive.

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What soil is suitable for fruit trees and berry bushes Interesting

What soil is suitable for fruit trees and berry bushes

The beginning of autumn is the time of planting fruit and berry crops. Fruit trees can be planted in fall and spring. However, in the spring in the Non-Chernozem zone, their seedlings still take root and grow better, but berry crops should be planted in the fall, since in spring they wake up early, their buds begin to open, and in this form the seedlings take root worse, get sick, and often even die.

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Raspberry Polana: features of growing a high-yielding variety Interesting

Raspberry Polana: features of growing a high-yielding variety

Raspberry Polana is a high-yielding variety that many domestic amateur gardeners liked. The variety is distinguished by a number of specific features, which predetermine the basic qualities of the crop. The history of cultivation of Polana Polana raspberries appeared in 1991. This remontant variety is the result of the work of Polish breeders.

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Echeveria 'Lara' Interesting

Echeveria 'Lara'

Scientific NameEcheveria & 39;Lara& 39;Scientific ClassificationFamily: CrassulaceaeSubfamily: SedoideaeTribe: Sedeae Subtribe: SedinaeGenus: EcheveriaDescriptionEcheveria & 39;Lara& 39; is an attractive hybrid between Echeveria secunda and Echeveria minima. The rossetes are up to 6 inches (15 cm) in diameter, reducing when offsetting.

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Pskov grapes Interesting

Pskov grapes

Rare and short meetings with friends Svetlana Nikolaevna and Yuri Leonidovich Lunev, who live in the ancient city of Pskov and have a land plot not far from the city, did not allow me to pay due attention to their horticultural successes. Moreover, they did not grow special wonders using the site for essential agricultural plants - potatoes, cucumbers, tomatoes, herbs and flowers.

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How to feed cherries in autumn to have a good harvest Interesting

How to feed cherries in autumn to have a good harvest

It is no coincidence that cherries and sweet cherries are one of the favorite crops of gardeners: they delight with beautiful flowering in spring, wonderful taste of berries and their products, and their use helps to strengthen the body. In order to have a good harvest in the summer, you must definitely feed the trees in the fall.

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