Most gardeners grow on their plots the Atlant sweet pepper, which is very popular for its characteristics. The vegetable has a high yield, excellent taste, and attractive appearance. Red peppercorns simply catch the eye both in the garden and in various dishes.
By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistStrophanthus preussii is a climbing plant with unique streamers hanging from the stems, boasting white flowers with robust rust colored throats. It is also called spider tresses or poison arrow flower. These are fussy plants that require hot tropical conditions in low to dappled light.
By: Amy GrantIf you’re looking for something a little more unusual to grow at home, consider growing coral bead plants. Grown indoors, or outside in the right conditions, this amazing little plant offers unique interest with its bead-like berries. In addition, the care of coral beads is easy.What is Nertera Coral Bead Plant?
We don& 39;t know who the first gardener was to look at a boxwood shrub and see its inner cube, but we do know that the urge to clip plants into pleasing shapes goes back a long way. Those first topiary artists also fostered something else—the abiding, perhaps the central, debate in garden design: Is it finer to control nature or merely to emulate it?
Petunia is a favorite of gardeners, as it is distinguished by a wide variety of colors and shapes, unpretentiousness and undemanding care. It is not difficult to grow a flower on your own, but in order to collect petunia seeds at home, you need to know some rules and subtleties. Collecting petunia seeds at home Petunia is easiest to grow from seeds.
By: Kristi WaterworthWe gardeners love our plants — we spend huge parts of our summers watering, plucking weeds, pruning, and picking bugs off of every denizen of the garden, but when it comes to fertilizing, we often fall into bad habits. Over fertilization in the garden, caused by well-intended but automatic feeding, often results in fertilizer burn of plants.
Clarkia is an annual herb belonging to the fireweed family. This genus is very close to godetia and some botanists combine these two plants into one genus. Clark, who brought it to Europe from California in the 19th century. In nature, this plant can be found in Chile and in western North America.
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Cherry is one of the most common crops traditionally grown in central Russia, as well as in the southern regions. Unfortunately, a flowering tree is not always happy with its harvest. This can happen for various reasons. Why cherries do not bear fruit: causes and solutions to the problem Usually, with proper planting and favorable conditions, cherries begin to bloom and bear fruit in the 3-4th year.
By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterWhat are William’s Pride apples? Introduced in 1988, William’s Pride is an attractive purplish-red or deep red apple with white or creamy yellow flesh. The apples can be stored up to six weeks with no loss in quality.William’s Pride apples are resistant to a number of diseases that commonly afflict apple trees, including scab, cedar apple rust and fire blight.
Dwarf ficus (Ficus pumila) belongs to the genus Ficus and the mulberry family. Found naturally in the forests of Taiwan, Japan, China, and Vietnam, this perennial herb is a ground cover or climbing plant.It is highly branched and has thin woody shoots. It can creep along the surface of the soil, climb the trunks of trees, clinging to the bark with airy enough thick roots that develop into internodes.
What they are The canopy basically indicates a cover of a certain space, which varies in size, in fact, it can be used both to offer shelter at the entrance to a door but it can also be larger and therefore offer a rather large open space where have lunch. As you can see, there are two large categories that certainly differ also in a different use of materials.