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American Live Forever

American Live Forever

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19 best varieties of radish for outdoor use

19 best varieties of radish for outdoor use

Today, it may even seem strange that radishes were previously considered an unusual and overseas vegetable. Some people attributed to him mystical properties, either elevating his capabilities, or presenting him as something frightening and strange. But in any case, it is worth noting that this vegetable helps to improve memory and increase immunity, having in its composition a huge amount of useful vitamins and minerals.

Full description of the Kazachok cabbage variety

Full description of the Kazachok cabbage variety

Cabbage is a popular and healthy product. It is rich in vitamins. Early varieties allow you to get fresh fruits as early as July. A detailed description of all the features will help you easily decide where and when you can use this variety of Cossack cabbage. Characteristics and features of the variety Kazachok F1 Cossack F1 is a hybrid of early ripening.

Osage Orange Hedges: Tips On Pruning Osage Orange Trees

Osage Orange Hedges: Tips On Pruning Osage Orange Trees

By: Teo SpenglerThe Osage orange tree is native to North America. It is said that the Osage Indians made hunting bows from the beautiful hard wood of this tree. An Osage orange is a fast grower, and rapidly gets to its mature size of up to 40 feet tall with an equal spread. Its dense canopy makes it an effective windbreak.

Detailed description of the raspberry variety Maroseyka

Detailed description of the raspberry variety Maroseyka

It is difficult to meet a person who does not like to eat raspberries. But when it comes to large-fruited, fragrant, thornless raspberries, all gardeners dream of having such a plant, and no one will refuse sweet berries for dessert, and this variety with these characteristics is called Maroseyka. x years of the previous century, brought out by Professor V.

“Design project for your garden: Getting ready for the summer!”. Mini-garden design course at the International School of Design (St. Petersburg)

“Design project for your garden: Getting ready for the summer!”. Mini-garden design course at the International School of Design (St. Petersburg)

Miniature beauty is prized not only in jewelry but also in the art of gardening. You are probably already familiar with the Japanese bonsai - mini-trees, and today we present you a new fashion trend - a mini-garden. His idea is ingenious and simple - to equip a garden in a small space according to all the laws of landscape design, with all the components of a full-fledged project, in a modern format.

Chili Pepper Companion Planting – What To Grow With Hot Pepper Plants

Chili Pepper Companion Planting – What To Grow With Hot Pepper Plants

By: Liz BaesslerCompanion planting is just about the easiest and lowest impact boost you can give to your garden. By simply placing certain plants next to others, you can naturally repel pests, attract beneficial insects, and improve the flavor and vigor of your crops. Hot peppers are a popular and easy to grow variety of vegetable that can really benefit from having certain other plants nearby.

Chlorophytum: growing from seeds, reproduction, transplanting, species, photo

Chlorophytum: growing from seeds, reproduction, transplanting, species, photo

Houseplants Published: April 12, 2012 Reprinted: Last Edits: Botanical Description The Chlorophytum flower has 200-250 (depending on the source) plant species and belongs to the Asparagus family. The plant was first found naturally in South Africa.

Poisonous indoor plants

Poisonous indoor plants

From time to time, exotic lovers have a desire to replenish their extensive collection of indoor plants with new interesting specimens. However, you should be careful in choosing future green pets, because among them there are poisonous species that can be very dangerous for all family members, including animals.

Irrigation system project

Irrigation system project

The design phase of an irrigation system is the main phase that allows you to define the various areas where the irrigation system will have to pass. The design is essential to follow a clear and precise scheme, only in this way the same implementation operations will be carried out on schedule.

Nigella Herbal Remedies – How To Use Nigella Sativa As An Herb Plant

Nigella Herbal Remedies – How To Use Nigella Sativa As An Herb Plant

Nigella sativa, often just called nigella or black cumin, is an herb native to the Mediterranean region. Modern research is catching up to traditional practices, and there is evidence that nigella herbal use does have some real health benefits.Using Nigella as an Herb in the KitchenGrowing nigella in the garden not only allows you to collect the seeds for herbal and medicinal use but also to enjoy a pretty annual.

The benefits and harms of potatoes for the body, origin

The benefits and harms of potatoes for the body, origin

Potatoes are one of the most common crops. It is used to prepare meals and create valuable products. Its tubers are used as raw materials for the glucose, alcohol and starch industries. Consider the history of this culture, the benefits, harm to the body and how the potato fruit can be called.

Impatiens: language of flowers and plants

Impatiens: language of flowers and plants

LANGUAGE AND MEANING OF FLOWERS AND PLANTS (family Balsaminaceae) The impatiens for the particularity of spreading the seeds, once the fruit is ripe, almost like an explosion if they are touched, has given it, in the language of flowers, the meaning of impatience.

How to Grow and Care for a Paint Brush Plant

How to Grow and Care for a Paint Brush Plant

Haemanthus albiflos, commonly known as Paint Brush, is an evergreen to semi-evergreen, bulbous plant native to South Africa. With its handsome leaves, long flowering season, and red berries, it is an excellent choice for shady spots in the garden.The leaves are quite variable, from pale to dark to grey-green.

Tricky techniques for decorating old barrels at their summer cottage

Tricky techniques for decorating old barrels at their summer cottage

Even old, leaky barrels are transformed in the landscape of our summer residents, becoming unusual flower beds and seats in playgrounds. But even healthy barrels, set up specifically to collect rainwater, do not always fit into the landscape, especially if they stand under every cornice and drain.

Plants on X

Plants on X

Chlorophytum is a member of the lily plant family. Fast growing plant from tropical South Africa. It blooms from early spring until the end of the growing season. Hoya is a plant from the Grimaceae family.

Nectar Babe Nectarine Info – Growing A Nectarine ‘Nectar Babe’ Cultivar

Nectar Babe Nectarine Info – Growing A Nectarine ‘Nectar Babe’ Cultivar

By: Teo SpenglerIf you guessed that Nectar Babe nectarine trees (Prunus persica nucipersica) are smaller than standard fruit trees, you are absolutely right. According to Nectar Babe nectarine information, these are natural dwarf trees, but grow full-size, luscious fruit. Read on for info on these unique trees plus tips on planting Nectar Babe nectarine trees.

Dendrobium - Orchids - Cultivation techniques and main species of the Dendrobium orchid

Dendrobium - Orchids - Cultivation techniques and main species of the Dendrobium orchid

OUR FRIENDS ORCHIDSEDENDROBIUM Cultivation techniques Pages 1 - 2 BOTANICAL CLASSIFICATION Wood: Plantae Clado: Angiosperms Clado: MonocotyledonsOrder: AsparagalesFamily: OrchidaceaeGenus: DendrobiumSpecies: see page 2; Zealand.

Succulent Fairy Garden Ideas – Tips On Planting Succulents In A Fairy Garden

Succulent Fairy Garden Ideas – Tips On Planting Succulents In A Fairy Garden

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistFairygardens give us a way of expressing ourselves while releasing our innerchild. Even adults can get inspired by a fairy garden. Many of the ideasinvolve a small area of the outdoor garden, but the notion can also translateto container and indoor plantings.

Ariocarpus retusus var. furfuraceus (Seven Stars)

Ariocarpus retusus var. furfuraceus (Seven Stars)

Scientific NameAriocarpus retusus var. furfuraceus (Wats.) Gerhart FrankAccepted Scientific NameAriocarpus retusus Scheidw.Common NamesSeven Stars, Living RockSynonymsAriocarpus furfuraceus, Anhalonium furfuraceum, Mammillaria furfuraceaScientific ClassificationFamily: CactaceaeSubfamily: CactoideaeTribe: CacteaeGenus: AriocarpusDescriptionAriocarpus retusus var.