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How to feed strawberries and when to do it - in spring, summer or autumn?

How to feed strawberries and when to do it - in spring, summer or autumn?

Fruit and berry plants Published: Last edits: Wild strawberries can bear fruit for decades without any additional fertilizing, but if you want to have a guaranteed annual harvest of garden strawberries, or strawberries, as we used to call this berry crop, you need to take care of it: weed, plant, spray from pests and diseases, cover for the winter and, of course, fertilize.

How to properly grow onions from a large set

How to properly grow onions from a large set

Onions are one of the first plants that humans began to grow. It is about four thousand years old from the moment of domestication and the beginning of cultivation. It is impossible to imagine any cuisine in the world without this vegetable, because most dishes without its use seem bland and tasteless.

Interesting facts about honey: calorie content, sugar consumption, consumption rates

Interesting facts about honey: calorie content, sugar consumption, consumption rates

Honey is a natural, tasty and healthy delicacy that can be consumed as a separate product or added to dishes at will. However, along with the benefits, honey is fraught with danger. First, honey is a strong allergen. It is not advisable to give it to children under one year old. Secondly, it is also better for diabetics to refrain from using this delicacy.

Cypripedium japonicum photographs

Cypripedium japonicum photographs

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Overseas grade Alpha: Snow Maiden among grapes

Overseas grade Alpha: Snow Maiden among grapes

Viticulture enthusiasts living in regions with cold winters, against all odds, find varieties that can be grown even in such conditions. One of the grapes that are not afraid of a fierce winter is Alpha. It is worth telling about it in more detail. Alpha - a traveler across the ocean This grape appeared in Minnesota - one of the North American states The grape of the Alpha variety is considered technical, since it is used in viticulture to make wine.

Description of the variety and features of growing Ethiopian melon

Description of the variety and features of growing Ethiopian melon

There are a great many different varieties of melon. The Ethiopka variety is one of the most popular. It was developed by Russian breeders. It differs from other varieties in high germination of sprouts and large fruit size. Ethiopka melon fruits are easily transported and are remembered for their sweet taste. Description and characteristics of the Ethiopka variety Ethiopka melon perfectly tolerates heat and is not susceptible to sunburn on the crust.

Tagghjate: funding request

Tagghjate: funding request

LET'S TALK ABOUT THE OLD GEOLOGICAL SITES TO PRESERVE THEIR MEMORIAL and municipal environmental. G.nni Carafa: Project-proposal "Tagghjate". By prof. Giovanni Carafa OPEN LETTER To the Mayor of the Municipality of San Giorgio Jonicosegreteria @ pec.

Planting Zone 7 Evergreens: Tips On Growing Evergreen Shrubs In Zone 7

Planting Zone 7 Evergreens: Tips On Growing Evergreen Shrubs In Zone 7

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterUSDA planting zone 7 a relatively moderate climate where summers aren’t blazing hot and winter cold usually isn’t severe. However, evergreen shrubs in zone 7 must be hardy enough to withstand occasional temperatures well below freezing – sometimes even hovering around 0 F.

Calla Lily Hardiness: Will Calla Lilies Come Back In Spring

Calla Lily Hardiness: Will Calla Lilies Come Back In Spring

By: Mary Ellen EllisThe beautiful calla lily, with its elegant, trumpet-shaped blooms is a popular potted plant. It is especially a top choice for gifts and if you find yourself having been gifted one, you may be wondering what to do with it next. Is keeping callas year round possible or is it a one-time beauty?

Water Garden Supplies: Tips On Backyard Pond Equipment And Plants

Water Garden Supplies: Tips On Backyard Pond Equipment And Plants

By: Liz BaesslerEveryone loves being near water. It’s just one of those things. Luckily, if you have any space at all, you can build your very own water garden with some pretty basic pond construction supplies. Keep reading to learn about backyard pond equipment and supplies for water gardens.Water Garden SuppliesIf you don’t have much space, or if you don’t have any soil, an actual pond may be out of your reach.

Growing large-fruited varieties of tomatoes

Growing large-fruited varieties of tomatoes

For many years my brother and I have been picking ripe or turning brown, unusually large, fleshy and unusually tasty tomatoes for many years. sides, weighty, as if naked.

Growing Savory In Your Garden

Growing Savory In Your Garden

By: Heather RhoadesGrowing savory (Satureja) in the home herb garden isn’t as common as growing other kinds of herbs, which is a shame as both fresh winter savory and summer savory are excellent additions to the kitchen. Planting savory is easy and rewarding. Let’s look at how to grow savory in your garden.

Tomato Plant Diseases And How To Identify A Disease In Tomato Plants

Tomato Plant Diseases And How To Identify A Disease In Tomato Plants

From tiny grapes to huge, meaty beefeaters, it’s the most common homegrown vegetable in America — the tomato. Diseases of tomato plants are of concern to every gardener whether they grow one plant in a patio pot or enough to can and freeze for the coming year.There are too many tomato plant diseases to list in one article, and the truth is many of them fall under the same types or categories of disease.

Tips For Watering On A Hillside Garden

Tips For Watering On A Hillside Garden

By: Nikki Tilley, Author of The Bulb-o-licious GardenThe biggest problem with irrigating a hill is having all the water run off before it has a chance to soak into the ground. Therefore, controlling runoff is important whenever you are watering on a hillside garden. Read on to learn more about how you can do hillside garden irrigation.

The sounds and verses emitted by the hyena

The sounds and verses emitted by the hyena

SOUNDS EMITTED BY ANIMALS The sounds emitted by the hyena The great family Hyaenidae, groups four species (with three different genera) of animals that are called hyenas. They are very active animals at night, emitting characteristic sounds that resemble a laugh. Below we report the cries emitted by the Crocuta crocuta or spotted hyena even if the cries emitted by the other species are very similar to each other.

Snapdragon: growing from seed seedlings, planting in the ground and care

Snapdragon: growing from seed seedlings, planting in the ground and care

Garden plants Published: Last edits: The history of the snapdragon, or antirrinum, goes back to the distant past: its origin is poetically described in ancient Greek myths. The decorative qualities of the snapdragon are beyond praise. It is presented in varieties of different heights and all kinds of colors: you can grow antirrinum as a curb, as a solo plant, as well as in mixed plantings, combining with other horticultural crops.

Growing Nectarine Fruit Trees: Learn About The Care Of Nectarine Trees

Growing Nectarine Fruit Trees: Learn About The Care Of Nectarine Trees

By: Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY GardenNectarines are a delicious, summer-growing fruit with an autumn harvest, similar to peaches. They’re usually a little smaller than the average peach and have a smooth skin. Uses of nectarines are the same as those of peaches too. They can be eaten fresh, baked into pies and cobblers, and are a sweet, tasty addition to a fruit salad.

Wheel Pear

Wheel Pear

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Cutting Back Eggplant Stems – Should I Prune My Eggplants

Cutting Back Eggplant Stems – Should I Prune My Eggplants

By: Liz BaesslerEggplants are big, very productive plants that can grow for years if they’re protected from the cold. Keep reading to learn more about whether eggplant pruning is right for you, and how to prune an eggplant.Should I Prune My Eggplants?This is a common question, and it really depends upon your preference and your location.

Infusion of lemon balm

Infusion of lemon balm

How to prepare The lemon balm plant is frequently used for the realization of various preparations, including herbal teas, decoctions and infusions.Precisely as regards the infusion, flowers and the dried leaves of lemon balm, which you can easily buy at any herbalist's shop.