Category: Miscellaneous


Sowing calendar for 17.02 - gardeners and gardeners Miscellaneous

Sowing calendar for 17.02 - gardeners and gardeners

February 2021 Published: Last changes: February 17, Wednesday, 6-7th lunar day. The waxing moon is in Taurus Recommended The moon is in Taurus, which means that you can prepare the seeds for sowing. Soak them in a nutrient solution or wrap them in a damp cloth and keep warm.

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Safer Alternatives To Roundup – How To Kill Weeds Without Roundup Miscellaneous

Safer Alternatives To Roundup – How To Kill Weeds Without Roundup

The use of chemical weed control is surrounded with uncertainties and debate. Are they safe to use? How will they affect the environment? Do they pose a threat to humans? All of these are important issues to consider BEFORE using them in the garden. As of late, the use of Roundup and its effects has been at the forefront of discussion.

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Dancing Bones Information – How To Grow A Dancing Bones Cactus Miscellaneous

Dancing Bones Information – How To Grow A Dancing Bones Cactus

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterDancing bones cactus (Hatiora salicornioides) is a small, shrubby cactus plant with slender, segmented stems. Also known as drunkard’s dream, bottle cactus, or spice cactus, dancing bones produces deep yellow-orange blooms on the bottle-shaped stem tips in spring.

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Sugarcane Water Needs – How To Water Sugarcane Plants Miscellaneous

Sugarcane Water Needs – How To Water Sugarcane Plants

By: Darcy Larum, Landscape DesignerAs gardeners, sometimes we simply cannot resist trying unique and unusual plants. If you live in a tropical region, you may have tried growing the perennial grass sugarcane, and probably realized it can be a water hog. Read on to learn about watering sugarcane plants.

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Can You Eat Radish Greens: How And When To Harvest Radish Leaves Miscellaneous

Can You Eat Radish Greens: How And When To Harvest Radish Leaves

By: Amy GrantAn easy, rapid-growing crop, radishes are usually grown for their delicious, peppery root. Radishes mature anywhere from 21-30 days from seeding whereupon the root is ready for harvest, but have you ever wondered if you can eat the radish greens? If so, what can you do with radish leaves and how to harvest radish greens?

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Growing Squash Indoors – How To Grow Squash Inside Your House Miscellaneous

Growing Squash Indoors – How To Grow Squash Inside Your House

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterCan you grow squash plants inside? Yes, you can, and it’srelatively easy as long as you provide the proper growing conditions, primarilya large pot and plenty of sunlight. Sound like fun? Let’s learn about growing squash indoors.Growing Squash IndoorsAlthough vining squash needs a large growing space, smallerbush-type squash plants are suitable for growing indoors.

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What Is Sunblotch: Treatment For Sunblotch In Avocado Plants Miscellaneous

What Is Sunblotch: Treatment For Sunblotch In Avocado Plants

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistSunblotch disease occurs on tropical and subtropical plants. Avocados seem particularly susceptible, and there is no treatment for sunblotch since it arrives with the plant. The best recourse is prevention through careful stock selection and resistant plants.

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Information About Hybrid Bluegrass Miscellaneous

Information About Hybrid Bluegrass

Hybrid Bluegrass Information – Types Of Hybrid Bluegrass For LawnsBy Susan Patterson, Master GardenerIf you?re looking for a tough, easy maintenance grass, planting hybrid bluegrasses may be just what you need. Read this article for hybrid bluegrass information and decide if this grass is right for you.

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What Is Blue Holly – Tips On Growing Meserve Blue Hollies Miscellaneous

What Is Blue Holly – Tips On Growing Meserve Blue Hollies

By: Teo SpenglerIf you like holly trees or shrubs, you might like blue holly. What is blue holly? Blue holly, also known as Meserve holly, is a hardy hybrid holly with shiny, blue-green evergreen leaves. For more Meserve holly information and tips on growing Meserve blue hollies, read on.What is Blue Holly?

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Problems Growing Cauliflower – Learn About Diseases Of Cauliflower Miscellaneous

Problems Growing Cauliflower – Learn About Diseases Of Cauliflower

By: Amy GrantCauliflower is a member of the Brassica family that is grown for its edible head, which is actually a grouping of abortive flowers. Cauliflower can be a little finicky to grow. Problems growing cauliflower may arise due to weather conditions, nutrient deficiencies and cauliflower diseases.

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Thanksgiving Holiday Cactus Plant: Tips For Growing Thanksgiving Cactus Miscellaneous

Thanksgiving Holiday Cactus Plant: Tips For Growing Thanksgiving Cactus

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistHoliday cacti bloom around the season for which they are named. Therefore, it comes as no surprise that the Thanksgiving cactus blooms around November. The Thanksgiving holiday cactus is an easy to grow interior plant. Both Christmas and Thanksgiving cacti are in the genus Schlumbergera and are native to the tropical forests of Brazil.

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Information About Papyrus Plants Miscellaneous

Information About Papyrus Plants

Care Of Papyrus Plant – Growing Papyrus In The GardenBy Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistYou can grow papyrus from seed or division. This fast growing plant would be an excellent addition to a water garden or naturalized bog area. Learn more about growing papyrus plants in this article.

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Information About False Forsythia Miscellaneous

Information About False Forsythia

Get Started False Forsythia Bushes: Growing Abeliophyllum ShrubsBy Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY GardenPerhaps you?re looking for something different to add to your landscape - something that?s low maintenance and eye catching. Perhaps you should consider growing white forsythia shrubs.

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Description and characteristics of the Siberian early ripening tomato variety Miscellaneous

Description and characteristics of the Siberian early ripening tomato variety

Siberian early maturing is a determinant, early maturing and high-yielding tomato variety. It was bred in 1959 by crossing the variety "Hybrid 114" with "Hybrid 534/1". Although the variety is considered old, it remains a favorite for many gardeners. Consider the main characteristics and description of the Siberian early ripening.

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King of the North F1 - eggplant for cold climates Miscellaneous

King of the North F1 - eggplant for cold climates

Eggplant is not the easiest vegetable to grow, especially in the middle lane and the Siberian region. He needs a long and warm summer, fertile soil, and just increased attention. The appearance of the King of the North F1 hybrid partially solved the problem: it is characterized by cold resistance, unpretentiousness and the ability to bear fruit well in not the most favorable weather conditions.

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 Columnea: we grow a Miscellaneous

Columnea: we grow a "flying goldfish" at home

Columnea is a bright plant with very original flowers that outwardly resemble a goldfish or an exotic butterfly. It blooms for a long time and profusely, and the shoots grow up to one meter, thanks to which the columnea looks very decorative and can decorate the most unsightly corners of the room. How to achieve lush flowering, grow a spectacular bush and propagate a flower at home, read the publication.

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Is Woad A Weed – How To Kill Woad Plants In Your Garden Miscellaneous

Is Woad A Weed – How To Kill Woad Plants In Your Garden

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistWithout woad plants, the deep indigo blue of ancient history would not have been possible. Who knows who discovered the plant’s coloring properties but it is now known as dyer’s woad. It is rarely used as a dye in the modern textile industry, but woad is now naturalized in much of North America, although it is native to Europe.

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The benefits and harms of nuts with honey Miscellaneous

The benefits and harms of nuts with honey

Nuts and honey are very useful in and of themselves, but when you combine these two ingredients, you get a real bomb. 400 grams of such a remedy can replace a full meal and completely saturate the body with all the necessary substances. But it is worth remembering that nuts with honey will only benefit, they need to be properly prepared and consumed correctly, observing the dosage.

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Types and cultivation of philodendrons indoors Miscellaneous

Types and cultivation of philodendrons indoors

Phylodendron in your apartmentAccording to the horoscope, the zodiac sign Virgo (August 24-September 23), according to flower astrologers, includes the following plants: Japanese fatsia, woody heptapleurum, monstera deliciosa, cross, syngonium, cissus, dracaena bent, roicissus (& & 34; birch 34;), Japanese Aucuba, Scindapsus - & 34; Devil's Ivy & 34 ;, Philodendron Phylodendron belongs to the Araliaceae family, to which Monstera, Dieffenbachia and Scindapsus also belong, and has about 120 species, and many indoor hybrids have already been obtained.

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