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Japanese quince: planting and care in the open field, reproduction, pruning, photo

Japanese quince: planting and care in the open field, reproduction, pruning, photo

Garden plants Published: Last revisions: Japanese Chaenomeles (lat. Chaenomeles japonica), or Japanese quince, is a species of flowering dicotyledonous plants of the genome Chaenomeles of the Pink family. The native land of the species is Japan, although the plant is also widely grown in China and Europe. The generic name literally translates from Greek as "to split an apple".

Free publication of the works on our site

Free publication of the works on our site

For each of us there is a dimension in which our inner world and the world around us, material and immaterial, coexist.The purpose of this column is to give the possibility to artists, be they painters, sculptors, photographers, etc. to be able to publish their works for free so that everyone can see what their interiority manifests.

Tree Topping Information – Does Tree Topping Hurt Trees

Tree Topping Information – Does Tree Topping Hurt Trees

By: Jackie CarrollMany people think that you can shorten a tree by cutting off the top. What they don’t realize is that topping permanently disfigures and damages the tree, and may even kill it. Once a tree is topped, it can be improved with the help of an arborist, but it can never be completely restored.

5 varieties of beans that will give a big harvest in 2020

5 varieties of beans that will give a big harvest in 2020

These varieties of beans give a stable good harvest. Ripe fruits with great taste can be used to prepare many favorite dishes. Golden Nectar Golden nectar is an early and very productive variety. The beans ripen in 2 months from the beginning of planting. The stems of the plant are powerful, so they need to be tied up.

Bluefree plum - American large size

Bluefree plum - American large size

There is no official information about the Bluefri plum variety in Russia. He is better known in America and Europe (including Ukraine and Belarus), where he earned great popularity. We will familiarize the gardener in detail with the features of this variety and the rules of his agricultural technology. Description of the variety Bluefree plum (sometimes written Blue Free) is a fairly well-known American variety.

Perennials For Shade: Shade Tolerant Perennials For Zone 8

Perennials For Shade: Shade Tolerant Perennials For Zone 8

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterSelecting perennials for shade is no easy task, but choices are plentiful for gardeners in moderate climates such as USDA plant hardiness zone 8. Read on for a list of zone 8 shade perennials and learn more about growing zone 8 perennials in shade.Zone 8 Shade PerennialsWhen looking for zone 8 shade tolerant plants, you must first consider the type of shade your garden has.

Alkaline: definition and meaning

Alkaline: definition and meaning

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Giant Vegetable Plants: How To Grow Giant Vegetables In The Garden

Giant Vegetable Plants: How To Grow Giant Vegetables In The Garden

Ever been to the county fair and marveled at the mammoth blue ribbon pumpkins on display or other giant veggie varieties? Perhaps you have wondered how on earth they grow these giant vegetable plants. Despite their massive size, growing huge vegetables requires a lot of TLC, intensive prep work, and patience.

Echinopsis spachiana (Golden Torch)

Echinopsis spachiana (Golden Torch)

Scientific NameEchinopsis spachiana (Lem.) Friedrich & G.D.RowleyCommon NamesGolden Torch, Torch Cactus, Golden ColumnSynonymsCereus santiaguensis, Cereus spachianus, Trichocereus spachianusScientific ClassificationFamily: CactaceaeSubfamily: CactoideaeTribe: TrichocereeaeGenus: EchinopsisDescriptionEchinopsis spachiana is a columnar cactus that grows up to 7 feet (2 m) tall, branching from its base at the ground level.

Cuban Oregano Uses – How To Grow Cuban Oregano In The Garden

Cuban Oregano Uses – How To Grow Cuban Oregano In The Garden

Succulents are easy to grow, attractive and aromatic. Such is the case with Cuban oregano. What is Cuban oregano? It is a succulent in the Lamiaceae family, also known as Spanish thyme, Indian borage, and Mexican mint. It is not a true oregano in the family, Origanum, but has a scent characteristic of the true oreganos.

Natural Park of the Lagoni di Mercurago - Piedmont

Natural Park of the Lagoni di Mercurago - Piedmont

LAGONI DI MERCURAGO NATURAL PARK Shortly away from the center of Arona, on the morainic hills that surround Lake Maggiore on the Piedmontese side, in the province of Novara, there is a natural area that includes the peat bogs of Mercurago, some pastures dedicated to breeding of thoroughbred horses and many woodlands.

Description and features of varieties of apples Anise

Description and features of varieties of apples Anise

Modern breeders are constantly developing new varieties of apple trees, in addition to those that already exist and have been tested more than once in the field. In this article we will tell you about the Anis apple tree and how to get the best harvest from them. Description of the apple variety Scarlet, striped and Sverdlovsky It should be noted right away that the variety and the species are not the same.

2 classic ways of sowing petunias for seedlings

2 classic ways of sowing petunias for seedlings

Garden plants Published: Last edits: Hello, dear friends - summer residents, gardeners and gardeners! The last decade of February has come, and today I will sow petunia seeds for seedlings in two classic ways. I grow petunia both outdoors and in balcony boxes on the veranda.

DRACOCÉPHALUM - A rock garden flower to plant in spring

DRACOCÉPHALUM - A rock garden flower to plant in spring

Dracocéphalum, for your rock gardens and flower beds Close to mints and dead cuttings, Dracocéphalum forms superb tufts, ideal for rock gardens and flower beds, especially when they are used in the first rows ... It is a plant that takes its place all the more, in the sun in a relatively cool climate and who prefer a semi-shade atmosphere in hot regions.

Fertilizing African Violets – Learn How To Feed African Violet Plants

Fertilizing African Violets – Learn How To Feed African Violet Plants

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistAfricanviolets are one of the most charming blooming houseplants available.They have a sweet, old-fashioned innocence that appeals to everyone. There arejust a few straightforward rules for growing African violets. Water and lightneeds are two of these, but just as important is how to feed African violetplants.

Shelter grapes for the winter

Shelter grapes for the winter

A very popular garden culture of grapes, grown in the middle latitudes, as well as in the southern regions, needs special preparation for wintering, as well as proper shelter. If you do not know the basic rules, then next year you may not only lose the grape harvest or get sick bushes after wintering, but also completely ruin the plants.

Christmas tree

Christmas tree

The Christmas tree is the most classic and widespread symbol of this anniversary. Today on the market there are all types, real and fake firs, already decorated with optical fibers, snow-covered, etc. If the tree is real, in general, it is used to keep it in the garden or in any case outside, in the case of a fake tree, it is almost always kept at home and surrounded by gifts.

Growing Prayer Plants: Learn About Maranta Rabbit’s Foot Plant

Growing Prayer Plants: Learn About Maranta Rabbit’s Foot Plant

By: Laura MillerThe prayer plant “Kerchoviana,” also called the rabbit’s foot plant, is a popular variety of Maranta leuconeura. These common houseplants have light grayish green leaves with dark splotches (which resemble rabbit tracks) between the veins. The underside of the leaves is a shade of silvery blue.

Laying a pipeline at a summer cottage without trenches

Laying a pipeline at a summer cottage without trenches

In our magazine there was an advertisement of the St. Petersburg company "Krot-EK", in which it was a question of laying underground pipelines in summer cottages and in gardening using a trenchless method. This service attracted the attention of many readers, but not everyone understood the technology itself. Therefore, we invited S.

Uzbekistan - Story of my trip to Uzbekistan

Uzbekistan - Story of my trip to Uzbekistan

Uzbekistan On the Way of the Silk by John Camici This region was once part of ancient Persian states, including Bactria, Corasmia and Sogdiana. Under the Kusana dynasty, Buddhism spread, and trade with the rest of the world began through a branch of the Silk Road, favoring the development and wealth of their cities.