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Parterre Garden Design: How To Create A Parterre Garden

Parterre Garden Design: How To Create A Parterre Garden

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistVictorians had a love for symmetry and order as well as plants. Many of our popular ornamentals today stem from Victorian era collections. In order to showcase their beloved plants, many gardeners of that day chose to display them in Parterre knot gardens.

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.

What Is A Forest Garden – Learn About Edible Forest Garden Plants

What Is A Forest Garden – Learn About Edible Forest Garden Plants

A well-planted forest garden not only provides nourishment, but also attracts pollinators and creates a wildlife habitat. Read on to learn the basics of planting an edible forest garden.About Forest GardensWhat is a forest garden? A forest garden isn’t exactly a forest, and it isn’t quite an orchard or a vegetable garden.

Amaryllis Forcing Indoors: How To Force Amaryllis Bulbs In Soil

Amaryllis Forcing Indoors: How To Force Amaryllis Bulbs In Soil

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistPatience is a virtue it is said. That is one virtue some of us lack when it comes to growing amaryllis flowers. Fortunately, we can trick the bulbs into thinking it is time to flower. There are some schools of thought that say forcing amaryllis bulbs in soil versus water is the best method.

Climbing azarina: planting and care in the open field, growing by seeds, photo

Climbing azarina: planting and care in the open field, growing by seeds, photo

Garden plants Published: Last edits: Azarina (lat. Asarina), or maurandia (lat. Maurandia), is a climbing perennial flowering plant of the Plantain family, but some sources attribute asarin to the Norichnikov family. There are about 15 species in the genus. The plant originates from Mexico, California and the middle part of the United States, however, since the 17th century, the popularity of asarin has grown so much that it has spread to all continents.

 How to choose the timing for planting tomatoes for seedlings

How to choose the timing for planting tomatoes for seedlings

Experienced gardeners know that tomato is a capricious vegetable and demanding to fulfill a large number of conditions. Therefore, it is grown mainly in seedlings. When the varieties are selected, and the seeds are purchased, the question of the timing of their sowing is actualized. How to determine good days for planting tomatoes for seedlings in 2018 and what factors should be taken into account in this case, let's try to figure it out in this article.

Hypericum: medicinal properties, method of use and benefits

Hypericum: medicinal properties, method of use and benefits

Hypericum Hypericum perforatum (family Clusiaceae) GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS Hypericum, scientific name Hypericum perforatum L., belongs to the Clusiaceae family and is a plant that grows forming large bushes. It is very easy to recognize as the leaves have the particularity of being very rich in glands and if viewed against the light, they make the leaf appear perforated.

Overwintering Grapes: How To Prepare Grapevines For Winter

Overwintering Grapes: How To Prepare Grapevines For Winter

By: Nikki Tilley, Author of The Bulb-o-licious GardenGrapevine winter care involves the addition of some type of protective covering and proper pruning, especially in colder regions. There are also hardy grape varieties that require little to no upkeep. Learning how to winterize grapevines and how to care for grapes in winter isn’t difficult.

Ivy video - care, transplant, reproduction, species

Ivy video - care, transplant, reproduction, species

About Plants Published: April 20, 2012 Reprinted: Last Edits: Video about Ivy - useful tips and advice from an experienced grower: proper care, the season for transplanting and how to carry it out. Told about the Ivy species. The plant is very widespread, so it will not be superfluous to find out about it - who knows, maybe you decide to get yourself such a & 34; pet & 34 ;.

Araucaria

Araucaria

Araucaria (Araucaria) belongs to conifers from the Araucariaceae family. There are about 14 varieties in total. The homeland of the flower is South America and Australia. Araucaria has rigid needle-shaped leaves. Its wood is used to make furniture, and its seeds are absolutely suitable for food. The slow-growing tree has a special charm.

Proleska

Proleska

A bulbous perennial such as scilla is a member of the asparagus family. However, some time ago this flower was attributed to the lily or hyacinth family. This plant is also called Scylla. Often, such a flower is mistaken for a snowdrop or forested plant. This genus includes about 90 different plant species.

 Propagation of felt cherries by seeds, as the most convenient option

Propagation of felt cherries by seeds, as the most convenient option

It is not difficult to purchase seedlings of tree or bush ordinary cherries, and the range of varieties offered is quite wide, another thing is felt cherry, the reproduction of which is not so in demand among gardeners. And in vain! After all, the fruits of felt cherries have a pleasant sweet taste with a slightly noticeable sourness, the flesh of cherries is very tender, juicy and aromatic, and there are many vitamins in it.

Echinocereus

Echinocereus

Echinocereus is a genus of plants that is directly related to the Cactaceae family. It includes about 60 varieties. The habitat of the flower is the south of North America. Cacti belonging to the specified genus have a relatively small growth (about 60 cm), strongly branching stems and thorns that fill the flower buds and areola tubes.

 How to help weakened cucumber seedlings that are stretched

How to help weakened cucumber seedlings that are stretched

To grow a good harvest of cucumbers, you need to properly care for the plant at all stages of its development. During the preparation of seedlings, excessive growth of young shoots should not be allowed. The roots and stems become lethargic and weakened - the seedlings may not take root in the summer cottage. Choose the right temperature. Cucumber seedlings do not tolerate overheating well.

Daylilies: popular types, and features

Daylilies: popular types, and features

Daylilies - for gardens, parks and summer cottages Europe can be found in the writings of Pliny, and in the gardens of ancient China, this plant was grown during the reign of the Zhou dynasty (1255-1122 BC).

Crinum flower - care: watering, transplanting, fertilizing. Types of krinum

Crinum flower - care: watering, transplanting, fertilizing. Types of krinum

Amaryllidaceae Published: Last revisions: Crinum is one of the most beautiful bulbous plants of the Amaryllis family. It got its name from the Latin word "crinis" (hair), since the leaves of the crinum really bear a resemblance to hanging hair. More than a hundred species of krinum are known, many of which grow in the arid Cape Province of South Africa.

 Features of the profiled sheet as a roofing material: characterize and install

Features of the profiled sheet as a roofing material: characterize and install

There are a large number of modern roofing materials, each of which has certain advantages and disadvantages. One of them is a profiled sheet, which combines high strength properties and an affordable price. In addition, you can cover the roof with corrugated board with your own hands.

Dahlia Flower Powdery Mildew: Treating Dahlias With Powdery Mildew

Dahlia Flower Powdery Mildew: Treating Dahlias With Powdery Mildew

By: Laura MillerOne day your flowers look great, the next morning you noticeyour dahliaswith powdery mildew all over their leaves. This grayish white talc-like growthis caused by a fungus and is a fairly common problem. It generally doesn’t killthe host plant, but the leaves can become distorted, discolored, withered andfall off.

Boxwood Alternatives: Growing Substitutes For Boxwood Shrubs

Boxwood Alternatives: Growing Substitutes For Boxwood Shrubs

By: Teo SpenglerBoxwood is an extremely popular low maintenance shrub in the home landscape. In fact, one of the primary complaints about the plant is how frequently used it is. There are also some very destructive diseases that attack it. You may be in the market for substitutes for boxwood to make your yard unique or to avoid pest issues.