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Sowing lawn

Sowing lawn

Sowing the lawn Sowing is the cultivation operation that allows you to obtain a specific arable or ornamental area in the short or medium term. With sowing it is possible to germinate plants of any type, but also excellent lawns. Sowing the lawn is a practice that must be carried out carefully and following all the soil preparation techniques that will allow a healthy and fast germination of the seeds.

Tulips - disease prevention and proper care

Tulips - disease prevention and proper care

Care Published: Last edits: Video of protecting tulips from diseases Our heroes have a lot of tulips, daylilies, irises on the site. But they grow like weeds - everywhere. Our gardener decided to remedy this situation. Do you know what is the most cosmic flower? This is definitely a tulip, because where do the spaceships start from?

Fern agrotechnology

Fern agrotechnology

Read the previous part. ← Types of ferns for growing in the garden Reproduction of rare species and varieties of ferns by spores is one of the most exciting activities in indoor floriculture. It is in this way that they are bred in botanical gardens, at experimental stations and in the homes of true lovers of these amazing plants.

Information About Dragon's Tongue Plant

Information About Dragon's Tongue Plant

Dragon’s Tongue Care: How To Grow Dragon’s Tongue Plants In WaterBy Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY GardenIt may be attractive, but if you’ve used dragon& 39;s tongue submerged in water, you’ve likely found that it does not last long. Find out why here.

Viveka Ljungström: Surprised

Viveka Ljungström: Surprised

CHRONICLE: I have been lucky enough to travel a lot this spring. (This year's Chelsea report comes in Allt om Trädgård no. 11/2011.) Surprised Viveka Ljungström. Of course I went to Holland to see tulips in April. In southern Italy, it bloomed along roadsides and in olive groves in early May, and Chelsea is Chelsea where you get to see rare and beautiful specimens of just about anything you could wish for.

Asparagus - Asparagus

Asparagus - Asparagus

Asparagus Asparagus is a perennial plant. In ancient times it was cultivated in the Middle East, in Egypt and in Greece, it seems that in Europe the cultivation began around 1400 where the major producers are Spain, Germany, France and Italy. The two most common types of asparagus are green and white.

How to sow vegetables in the garden

How to sow vegetables in the garden

Sowing vegetables may seem like a trivial thing, but it's not, and doing it right makes the difference between a successful crop and a failed one. Today we discover what are the techniques for the correct germination of seeds and, therefore, how to multiply vegetables in a simple way. Understanding how to use seeds in the right way, in fact, is a fundamental step for anyone who decides to make a home garden.

Haworthiopsis attenuata f. tanba

Haworthiopsis attenuata f. tanba

Scientific NameHaworthiopsis attenuata f. tanbaAccepted Scientific NameHaworthiopsis attenuata (Haw.) G.D.RowleySynonymsHaworthia attenuata & 39;Enon& 39;, Haworthiopsis attenuata & 39;Enon& 39;, Haworthia attenuata & 39;Tanba& 39;, Haworthiopsis attenuata & 39;Tanba& 39;, Haworthia tanbaScientific ClassificationFamily: AsphodelaceaeSubfamily: AsphodeloideaeTribe: AloeaeGenus: HaworthiopsisOriginThis succulent, named Haworthia tanba by Dr.

Mountain Laurel Fertilizer Guide: When To Feed Mountain Laurels

Mountain Laurel Fertilizer Guide: When To Feed Mountain Laurels

By: Teo SpenglerMountain laurel (Kalmia latifolia) is a lush evergreen shrub with stunning flowers. It’s native to the eastern half of the country and, as a native, is an easy-care plant to invite into your yard in mild regions. Although these are native shrubs, some gardeners feel that they grow better if you fertilize them.

Why do bergeniors droop?

Why do bergeniors droop?

When we moved in last spring, the slope behind the house was full of large-leafed bergenia with flower buds. Shall we cut off all the leaves, and if so when? Answer: I understand that you are wondering and many with you. Bergenian leaves overwinter green (evergreens), but look too miserable and completely knocked out in early spring.

Pineapple Weed Information: Tips For Managing Pineapple Weeds

Pineapple Weed Information: Tips For Managing Pineapple Weeds

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterAlso known as disc mayweed, pineapple weed plants are broadleaf weeds that grow across Canada and the United States, with the exception of the hot, dry southwestern states. It thrives in thin, rocky soil and is often found in disturbed sites, including riverbanks, roadsides, pastures, sidewalk cracks, and maybe even your own backyard or gravel driveway.

Tips On Thinning Pears: Learn How And When To Thin Pears

Tips On Thinning Pears: Learn How And When To Thin Pears

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistThinning is a beneficial practice whether we’re talking about lettuce starts or tree fruits. Thinning pears helps to increase fruit size and health, prevents branch damage from overloading, and stimulates the next year’s crop by allowing it to form fruit buds.

Purple Loosestrife Info – Tips For Purple Loosestrife Control

Purple Loosestrife Info – Tips For Purple Loosestrife Control

The purple loosestrife plant (Lythrum salicaria) is an extremely invasive perennial that has spread throughout the upper Midwest and Northeastern United States. It has become a menace to the native plants in the wetlands of these areas where it chokes out the growth of all its competitors. Purple loosestrife info is readily available from the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) in most of the states affected and is considered a noxious weed.

Anacardiaceae

Anacardiaceae

Anacardiaceae, commonly known as the Cashew Family or Sumac Family, is a family of flowering plants, including about 83 genera with about 860 known species. They are mostly native to tropical Americas, Africa and India. The name & 34;Anacardium& 34;, originally from the Greek, refers to the nut, core or heart of the fruit, which is outwardly located: & 34;ana& 34;, means & 34;upward& 34; and & 34;cardium& 34;, means & 34;heart& 34;.

Astilba is a favorite of shady gardens: planting rules and care recommendations

Astilba is a favorite of shady gardens: planting rules and care recommendations

The herbaceous perennial astilba is very much appreciated by experienced flower growers and novice amateurs for its lush flowering. And its name, which arose from the merger of the two words a and stilbe, is a vivid confirmation of this, in the translation of the Greek it means the expression is very brilliant. Spreading shrubs look extraordinarily impressive even after flowering - the dissected green leaves remain attractive throughout the gardening season.

Meaning of a flower

Meaning of a flower

Question: meaning of a flower I wanted to know what flowers can be that represent pride .... if they exist anyway .... thank you and greetings Answer: meaning of a flower Dear Fabio, the flower that symbolizes pride is the 39; amaryllis. This flower is considered the symbol of pride and pride due to its size, at least showy.

 How to get rid of aphids on the site with folk and modern means

How to get rid of aphids on the site with folk and modern means

Insect pests - some of the gardeners and gardeners are unfamiliar with this army, damaging, and sometimes simply destroying lovingly fostered plants. Aphids occupy one of the leading positions among them in terms of the degree of danger to the crop. Having settled on the leaves, it sucks out the cell sap, thereby weakening the plant.

Ephemeral: definition and meaning

Ephemeral: definition and meaning

Ephemeral The term ephemeral refers to a very short-lived organ or plant. For example, an ephemeral flower when it blooms and withers on the same day or it is called an ephemeral plant when it completes its cycle within two to three months. Botanical Dictionary from A to Z.

Types of green fences and propagation of evergreens

Types of green fences and propagation of evergreens

Read the previous part. ← Caring for plants in a green fence, pruning, watering, diseases Reproduction of evergreen plantsGenerative reproduction. Propagating plants by sowing seeds is the cheapest way. It is effective when it is necessary to obtain a significant number of daughter plants. Plants grown from seeds are more hardy than those obtained by vegetative means.

What Is A Plastic Bag Greenhouse: Tips For Covering Plants With Plastic Bags

What Is A Plastic Bag Greenhouse: Tips For Covering Plants With Plastic Bags

By: Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY GardenAre you planning an extended trip– maybe a vacation, cruise, or sabbatical? Perhaps you’ll be away from home for several weeks to even several months. You’ve made arrangements to board the pets, but what about your houseplants? Or maybe you’re sprouting small seeds that need to remain constantly moist, but you just can’t mist them several times a day.