It is winter fruits that are of interest :) what generally can suit a mild, southern climate, so that it will bear fruit in winter? generally think of the most obvious option - tangerines. But I want something else) 705 views | 09/14/2015 02:03 Last questions: There is a picture of moss, but I don’t know the name. Victor asked (a) At my cottage, someone eats red beet leaves and carrot leaves. Who is this?
According to the international garden classification, all varieties and types of spray roses are assigned to the Shrub group. Growing rose bushes in the conditions of home gardening requires strict adherence to the rules for cultivating this ornamental plant. Botanical features The ancestor of any spray roses is the usual cultivated wild rose.
Ficuses can be vines, trees, shrubs. More than 800 of their species stand out, each of which has its own characteristic features. Description of the plant The genus Ficus (Ficus) was bred by C. Linnaeus in 1753. The following features are characteristic of it: a peculiar coloring of the leaves; dense, rapidly developing green mass; ability to purify air.
Shallots, or Allium ascalonicum refers to perennial herbaceous plants of the genus Onions or Allium from the family Onions or Alliaceae. For food purposes, young shallots are subject to consumption, which can be cut several times over a long growing season. Small onions, which have a very peculiar taste, can also be used as food.
The Cymbidium orchid was discovered in 1800 by a botanist from Sweden. In nature, the presented plant species is found in Thailand, Burma, China and Australia. It grows on trees, rocks and land. Today, about 60 species of this plant are known, preferring various climatic conditions - from fairly severe Himalayan to loyal tropical.
Girls and boys! I got 2 buckets of nettles, last year’s chicken manure, dry yeast. What and in what proportions to make a cocktail? Unfortunately there is no big container, only a bucket. And another question, if I use part of the nettle, can the rest be dried and then in the same cocktail, or is it only fresh when healthy?