Broom is an ornamental shrub, represented by a large number of varieties, many of which are adapted for cultivation in Russia. In landscape design, this garden culture is valued for the fact that it retains its decorative effect until the very frost. This quality allows the appearance of the garden to liven up in late autumn, when all plants have faded and shed their leaves.
Who doesn't want to have apple trees on their site? After all, the fruits from their trees are much healthier and tastier. But apple trees need to be properly planted and looked after. To update the garden, from time to time, you need to plant new apple seedlings. Most often, gardeners do this in the fall. Subject to the rules and timing of planting, the trees take root well and bear fruit in the future.
Our yard is used exclusively for practical purposes. That is, hens, geese, mice walk on it, cows pass back and forth, sometimes there are cars. Now it’s just rammed over the years, which turns into dirt in winter or in rain. I would like to somehow clear the territory, ennoble so that you can walk not only in rubber boots.
Good day. Do not tell me what is lacking in calla lilies? The leaves are curled. Tags: Disease 932 views | 05/28/2016 00:30 Last questions: There is a picture of moss, but I don’t know the name. Victor asked (at my place) Someone eats red beet leaves and carrot leaves in my dacha. Who is this? and how to deal with them? Thanks for earlier asked Victor What kind of pests and how to cure the plant?
Previously, peach in the country could be considered a tourist attraction, but today you can meet a wide variety of varieties on your own plots. The only problem is to choose the right variety so that it can cover all your requirements, and give a good harvest every year. And, true, a dozen or two years ago there were not so many peaches in the dachas, but now that you can buy high-quality seedlings in any city or village, many summer residents plant a crop in the garden and expect from juicy, fleshy and very sweet fruits.
Perhaps the most useful preparation for the winter is dried lingonberry. After all, this forest berry, growing in hard-to-reach swampy places, has a large supply of vitamins, trace elements, and even a natural antiseptic. It is when drying in lingonberries that the maximum amount of nutrients is preserved. You can dry both whole fruits and berry puree.