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Desert Shade Trees – Choosing Shade Trees For Southwest Regions Interesting

Desert Shade Trees – Choosing Shade Trees For Southwest Regions

By: Teo SpenglerNo matter where you live it’s nice to sit under a leafy tree on a sunny day. Shade trees in the Southwest are especially appreciated though because they bring cooling relief in hot desert summers. If you live in the Southwest, you’ll find many desert shade trees that can work well in your backyard.

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 Lichens, scab and powdery mildew on apple trees - methods of struggle Interesting

Lichens, scab and powdery mildew on apple trees - methods of struggle

If the treatment of the affected tree is not started in time, it will die pretty quickly, and the disease will spread to the rest of the apple trees. Therefore, it is very important to remove moldy fruits, twisted branches, and brown leaves in a timely manner so that bacteria and fungi do not cause significant damage to your garden. Lichen Growing a strong apple tree that will bear tasty fruits every year is not so easy.

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 Mandarin at home - care and pest control Interesting

Mandarin at home - care and pest control

Many people, at least once in their lives, have tried to stick a mandarin seed or other fruit into the ground, in the hope that a fruit-bearing tree will soon grow in a flower pot. The task is difficult and unbearable, and mainly due to the lack of knowledge on cultivation, and then there is no need to talk about proper care.

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Decorative concrete in landscape design: effective makeup for dull dampness Interesting

Decorative concrete in landscape design: effective makeup for dull dampness

When looking at the beautiful embossed coatings of walls, paths and fences, it is difficult to imagine that they are all made of the usual material - concrete. But modern coatings, unlike their ancestor, known for its unattractive dull gray appearance, have a special aesthetics. Due to its presentable properties, decorative concrete is widely used not only in construction, but also in landscape design.

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Starting the season with radishes Interesting

Starting the season with radishes

Secrets of Growing and Using the Juicy and Delicious Roots of Everyone's Favorite Radish Vegetable Radish is one of the most coveted early spring vegetables that both children and adults love. And there is nothing surprising in this, because by the spring the body yearned for fresh vegetables, and crispy, juicy and sweet radishes invariably cause an appetite and a desire to immediately send it to a salad.

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Miltonia Interesting

Miltonia

Miltonia (Miltonia) is a perennial plant belonging to the Orchid family. Miltonia originates from Central and South Brazil. The history of the origin of the plant's name is interesting. In the 19th century, Viscount Edligen Milton lived in England, who also became famous for his hobby - collecting and growing orchids.

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A little gothic in the garden: 8 beautiful black flowers Interesting

A little gothic in the garden: 8 beautiful black flowers

Black flowers can not be seen in every flower bed. But, if you give these Gothic plants a chance, they will become a spectacular decoration of the garden. Calla Odessa It is most common to see white calla lilies, but in the black version they do not lose their sophistication. The long, leafless stem has a yellow ear surrounded by a single large maroon petal.

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Pachistakhis: home care, reproduction, signs and superstitions, photo Interesting

Pachistakhis: home care, reproduction, signs and superstitions, photo

Houseplants Published: Last edits: Pachystachis (Latin Pachystachys) is a genus of evergreen flowering plants of the Acanthus family, which includes about 12 species growing in the subtropical and tropical regions of America and East India. In indoor floriculture, the pachystachis yellow species has been known since the 19th century , but he is still not a very frequent guest on our windowsills.

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Zamioculcas: the correct transplant at home Interesting

Zamioculcas: the correct transplant at home

The extraordinary handsome zamiokulkas in indoor floriculture appeared relatively recently - in the late 90s. Perhaps the growers reacted with distrust to the appearance of an exquisite handsome man on the flower market, suspecting a very capricious plant in him. But as it turned out, zamioculcas is so unpretentious that even a beginner can take care of it.

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Oxeye Daisies In The Landscape – How To Control Oxeye Daisy Plants Interesting

Oxeye Daisies In The Landscape – How To Control Oxeye Daisy Plants

By: Jackie CarrollOxeye daisy (Chrysanthemum leucanthemum) is a pretty little perennial flower that might remind you of Shasta daisies, with a central yellow eye surrounded by 20 to 30 white petals. However, don’t let this similarity fool you. This plant can quickly invade areas of the landscape, making it necessary for some oxeye daisy control measures.

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Aeonium 'Moonburst' Interesting

Aeonium 'Moonburst'

Scientific NameAeonium & 39;Moonburst& 39;Scientific ClassificationFamily: CrassulaceaeSubfamily: SedoideaeTribe: SedeaeSubtribe: SedinaeGenus: AeoniumDescriptionAeonium & 39;Moonburst& 39; is an attractive succulent that forms rosettes of green leaves with cream to yellow stripes and a hint of pink.

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Remusatia images Interesting

Remusatia images

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Organic garden: protection from snails Interesting

Organic garden: protection from snails

Defending an organic vegetable garden and equipping oneself to ensure that any possible danger is removed is certainly a rather complicated operation, but still achievable.In particular, the fight against snails, which represent the most important danger for a vegetable garden, plays a decisive role. biological.

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Photo of snow-white streptocarpus, stem, cornflower blue, Yokhansky Interesting

Photo of snow-white streptocarpus, stem, cornflower blue, Yokhansky

Photos of indoor plants Published: February 27, 2012 Reprinted: Last edits: Briefly about leaving Bright light without hitting direct rays. In summer and spring, the temperature should be at the level of 22-24 degrees, and in winter about 16. Watering the home streptocarpus a couple of days after the soil surface dries up from spring to autumn, in winter it is watered even less often.

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Trip to France to the Ile Saint-Marguerite Interesting

Trip to France to the Ile Saint-Marguerite

FranceA day at the île Saint-Marguerite I was one of those who frequented Nice, without having seen the Lérins islands, a magnificent natural park located in front of Cannes.Rita and I decide to visit the île Saint-Marguerite.From Nice we take the train to Cannes , but there is also a bus line 200 which for 1 euro takes you to Cannes.

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Lichens On Trees – Treatment For Tree Lichen Interesting

Lichens On Trees – Treatment For Tree Lichen

By: Heather RhoadesTree lichens appear on many trees. They tend to be considered either a fortunate blessing or a frustrating pest. Lichens on trees are unique and harmless but some may consider them unsightly. Let’s look at what lichen on tree bark means and what the treatment for tree lichen is.What are Tree Lichens?

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