Category: New


Care Of Spartan Apples – How to Grow A Spartan Apple Tree New

Care Of Spartan Apples – How to Grow A Spartan Apple Tree

By: Our siteMost of us love apples and one to consider growing in the landscape is Spartan. Keep reading for more information on growing Spartan apples in the landscape.Spartan Apple Tree FactsSpartan apples have a delicious, light, and sweet flavor. They are a Canadian offshoot from the McIntosh apple.

Read More
Garden center New

Garden center

Garden centers or nurseries are "shops" where we can find various types of plants, flowers, green care products, garden furniture, vases, fountains, articles for animals and, during the Christmas period, many of these places they are decorated with all sorts of Christmas items, nativity scenes and figurines, Christmas trees of all shapes and sizes and decorations to make our home more cheerful and colorful during these holidays.

Read More
Olive shakers New

Olive shakers

What is it? The olive shaker allows you to harvest olives, an indispensable tool for those who have to deal with the harvest of many plants and also prefer to save on labor costs. Characteristics In Italy there are many regions where the cultivation of olives is practiced.

Read More
Growing Herbs At Home: Making An Herb Garden In Your Yard New

Growing Herbs At Home: Making An Herb Garden In Your Yard

By: Heather RhoadesDo you want to plant an herb garden but are not sure you can do it? Never fear! Starting an herb garden is one of the easiest things you can do. Growing herbs is an easy and delicious way to start gardening. Keep reading to learn about the steps for making an herb garden in your yard.

Read More
Bok Choy Spacing – How Close To Plant Bok Choy In The Garden New

Bok Choy Spacing – How Close To Plant Bok Choy In The Garden

By: Amy GrantBok choy, pak choi, bok choi, however you spell it, is an Asian green and a must have for stir fries. This cool weather vegetable is easy to grow with a few simple instructions including proper spacing requirements for bok choy. How close do you plant bok choy? Read on for information regarding bok choy planting and spacing.

Read More
Hanging Petunia Plants: Tips On Caring For Petunias In Hanging Baskets New

Hanging Petunia Plants: Tips On Caring For Petunias In Hanging Baskets

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterIf you’re not sure what to plant in your hanging baskets, you can’t go wrong with hanging petunia plants. Want to learn how to grow petunias in hanging baskets? Read on!Planting Petunias in Hanging BasketsPetunias are perfect for locations exposed to full sunlight.

Read More
Sowing radishes correctly New

Sowing radishes correctly

Radish is one of the first to supply vitamin products to our table. And even if there is little nutritional value in it, it is respected: after all, it starts a conveyor of continuous crop flow that will work for several months. Sowing a radish is not difficult, but far from everywhere and not always it grows sufficiently full.

Read More
Guide To Rudbeckia Deadheading – How To Deadhead Black Eyed Susans New

Guide To Rudbeckia Deadheading – How To Deadhead Black Eyed Susans

By: Darcy Larum, Landscape DesignerIt’s an age old tale in the garden, you planted one cute little Black Eyed Susan in a perfect spot. Then a couple seasons later, you have hundreds of little ones popping up everywhere. This can be maddening for the tidy, organized gardener. Read more to learn how to deadhead Black Eyed Susans for control, as well as the pros and cons of cutting blooms on Rudbeckia plants.

Read More
Growing Japanese quince New

Growing Japanese quince

Chaenomeles japonica - use in the garden landscape Among the variety of plants growing now in the garden of the St. Petersburg Brahma Kumaris Center, from fir trees to garden greenery, of particular interest is the Japanese quince growing along the eastern facade of the Center building. In 2000, from the Pulkovo nursery of the association & 34; Flowers & 34; 200 seedlings were brought to us.

Read More
Dieffenbachia New

Dieffenbachia

A very popular houseplant that grows wild in South America is called Dieffenbachia. It was named after J. F. Dieffenbach, a botanist from Germany, and belongs to the aroid family. Its variegated leaves are large enough to look quite impressive. And they are located on stems similar to the trunks of small trees, which are quite thick and juicy.

Read More
Information About Mexican Tarragon New

Information About Mexican Tarragon

Get Started What Is Mexican Tarragon: How To Grow Mexican Tarragon Herb PlantsBy Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterMost commonly called Mexican marigold, it is known by a number of alternate names, such as false tarragon, Spanish tarragon, winter tarragon, Texas tarragon or Mexican mint marigold.

Read More
Planning Guide For Organic Gardens: Ten Tips For Organic Gardening New

Planning Guide For Organic Gardens: Ten Tips For Organic Gardening

By: Kat YaresA healthy organic garden is easy to accomplish if you know the basics of gardening. It takes only a bit more effort to grow organically than it does to use chemical pesticides and herbicides. Keep reading for some organic gardening tips every gardener can use.Planning Guide for Organic GardensEveryone can benefit from a planning guide for organic gardens.

Read More
Switzerland New

Switzerland

Browsing: SwitzerlandSucculentopediaCeropegia sandersonii (Parachute Plant)Ceropegia sandersonii (Parachute Plant) is a succulent plant with twining stems that bear heart-shaped leaves. Solitary flowers are green…SucculentopediaCrassula expansa subsp. fragilisCrassula expansa subsp. fragilis is an evergreen, low-growing, perennial plant with masses of tiny succulent leaves.

Read More
Women's day flowers New

Women's day flowers

Women's day flowers Today, most women celebrate March 8 in joy and lightheartedness. On this day they are honored with very beautiful and fragrant mimosa flowers. It must be said, however, that this festival has its origins in an unfortunate event that occurred many years ago in which the workers of a New York factory went on strike to protest the inhuman conditions in which they were forced to work; on this very date, tired of this protest, the owner set fire to the factory and they all died burned alive.

Read More
Perilla New

Perilla

The perilla is a medicinal herb widely used in the field of medicine and phytotherapy as an excellent remedy against allergies and inflammation of the respiratory tract. It is a plant belonging to a family that is widespread on the Italian and Mediterranean territory: it is the Lamiaceae, to which basil also belongs.

Read More
Amaranth seeds: find out how to do it - Jaime ... New

Amaranth seeds: find out how to do it - Jaime ...

How to produce your Amaranth seeds • Amaranth seeds are harvested at the end of summer, at the end of flowering. • Choose the amaranth plant from which you are going to collect the seeds and tutorate it. seeds before maturity, for this, it is necessary to start by letting the foot "go to seeds".

Read More
Zone 3 Vines For Gardens – Learn About Vines That Grow In Cold Regions New

Zone 3 Vines For Gardens – Learn About Vines That Grow In Cold Regions

By: Liz BaesslerLooking for vines that grow in cold regions can be a little discouraging. Vines often have a tropical feel to them and a corresponding tenderness to cold. There are, however, a nice assortment of vines that can brave even the cold winters of zone 3. Keep reading to learn more about vines that grow in cold regions, particularly hardy vines for zone 3.

Read More
Aloe striata 'Ghost Aloe' New

Aloe striata 'Ghost Aloe'

Scientific NameAloe striata & 39;Ghost Aloe& 39;Common NamesGhost AloeScientific ClassificationFamily: AsphodelaceaeSubfamily: AsphodeloideaeTribe: AloeaeGenus: AloeDescriptionAloe striata & 39;Ghost Aloe& 39; is a a beautiful succulent up to 12 inches (30 cm) tall and up to 18 inches (45 cm) wide, with large, up to 4 feet (1.

Read More
Fir New

Fir

The genus fir (Abies) belongs to the pine family. In Russia, the name of such a plant comes from the German word "Fichte", which means "spruce" in translation. Under natural conditions, fir can be found in temperate, subtropical and tropical regions of the Northern Hemisphere, as well as in Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras.

Read More
How To Use Flowers As Food: Fun Ways To Eat Flowers New

How To Use Flowers As Food: Fun Ways To Eat Flowers

By: Tonya Barnett, (Author of FRESHCUTKY)Introducing edible flowers to your food repertoire is a great way to add a pop ofcolor to hors d’oeuvres and dessert plates for spring and summer parties orother events. In recent years, recipes using edible flowers have gone viralonline. However, the use of flowers in food is not a recent trend.

Read More