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Travel to the Chelsea Flower Show! IMPLEMENTED! Information

Travel to the Chelsea Flower Show! IMPLEMENTED!

Follow Allt om Trädgård to London where our guide Gunnel Carlson shares her strawberry places. In addition, we have time for a full day at this year's largest garden event, the Chelsea Flower Show. PROGRAM DAY 1 - Thursday, May 22 Arrival at Gatwick Airport. We begin the journey by visiting the Raworth family's private garden.

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Description and characteristics of the tomato variety Intuition Information

Description and characteristics of the tomato variety Intuition

Tomato variety Intuition has gained popularity among gardeners with high yields, good adaptation to weather conditions and resistance to diseases. In the article we will consider the characteristics, description and rules of care and cultivation of the variety. Characteristics and description of the variety Intuition This hybrid variety was bred in 1998 by Russian breeders.

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 Cooking strawberries for winter: a step-by-step guide Information

Cooking strawberries for winter: a step-by-step guide

After picking strawberries, the growing season of the plant continues. This means that the bushes also need to be cared for. Proper watering, top dressing, pruning, good preparation for winter is the key to a bountiful harvest for next year. When to start preparing strawberries for winter in different regions. The timing of work on preparing strawberries for winter is determined by the characteristics of the local climate.

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Detailed description and characteristics of Competitor cucumber Information

Detailed description and characteristics of Competitor cucumber

Undoubtedly, the vegetable culture - the cucumber won the love of summer residents with its useful qualities and widespread use in everyday life. Competitive cucumber is rich in minerals and vitamins and is used in salads and canning. Its characteristics will be given in the following description. Origin and characteristics of the variety The Competitor variety was bred by selection in 1980 by Crimean breeders.

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Information About Apriums Information

Information About Apriums

Home › Edible Gardens › Fruits › Archive for ApriumsGet Started Learn About Aprium Trees: Information On Aprium Tree CareBy Amy GrantWe all know what a plum is, and we all know what an apricot is. So what is aprium fruit? Aprium trees are a cross or hybrid between the two previous fruit trees. What other aprium tree info may be useful in its cultivation?

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How to make a garden beautiful - 2 Information

How to make a garden beautiful - 2

Our competition & 34; Envy, Neighbor & 34; From the Editor: We decided to keep the writing style unchanged. This summer cottage took second place in our competition. Photos were taken by the owners of intelligent and inquisitive Lyusha. Hello, dear editors of the magazine & 34; FloraPrice & 34; and readers, I am forced to write to you instead of my hosts.

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Swede Information

Swede

Rutabaga (Brassica napobrassica) is a biennial food and forage plant that belongs to the Cabbage genus of the Cruciferous family. In some regions of Russia, this plant is also called bushma, groin, earthling, jaundice, bruchka, bukhva, kalivka, German or Swedish turnip. Also, rutabagas are very often called fodder beets, despite the fact that these plants belong to completely different families.

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Summer Pear Vs. Winter Pear: What Is A Winter Pear And Summer Pear Information

Summer Pear Vs. Winter Pear: What Is A Winter Pear And Summer Pear

There’s nothing like a perfectly ripe, dripping with sugary juice pear, whether it is a summer pear or a winter pear. winter pear is? While it might seem obvious that the disparity lies with when they are picked, the difference between winter pears and summer pears is a bit more complicated.Summer Pear vs.

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Desert Garden Ideas: How To Make A Desert Garden Information

Desert Garden Ideas: How To Make A Desert Garden

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistThe key to a successful landscape is to work with your environment. Gardeners in arid zones may want to consider a desert garden theme that works with their soil, temperature, and water availability. Part of learning how to make a desert garden is finding out what plants are best for desert gardens.

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 Spring F1 - the famous cucumber for open ground and greenhouses Information

Spring F1 - the famous cucumber for open ground and greenhouses

Spring is a classic cucumber that combines the best properties of bee-pollinated varieties and high-yielding hybrids. Its fruits are not just tasty - they are ideal for pickling. The history of the cucumber Rodnichok Cucumber Rodnichok was bred in Moldova, by the specialists of the Transnistrian Research Institute of Agriculture. An application for variety testing and registration in Russia was filed in 1974.

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Dandelion Removal: How To Kill Dandelions Information

Dandelion Removal: How To Kill Dandelions

While children may make wishes on the fuzzy heads of dandelions, gardeners and lawn enthusiasts tend to curse the cheery yellow flowers of dandelions when they appear. And for good reason. Dandelions will push out grass and other plants, as well as sapping water and nutrients away from surrounding plants.

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Azalea Problems: The expert responds to Azalea diseases Information

Azalea Problems: The expert responds to Azalea diseases

THE AGRONOMAN ANSWERS ON HOW TO GROW AND CARE FOR PLANTS AZALEA (RODODENDRO) MY RODODENDRO HAS BROWN SPOTS ON THE LEAVES AND IN THE PLACE OF THE FLOWERS OF TERESA'S BROWN EXCRESCENCE QUESITO I won a rhododendron at the fair in my city (ASTI) in May. I immediately repotted it by putting it in a terracotta pot and I always left it in the usual place, that is with a wall behind it and with the sun in the morning.

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 Do-it-yourself playground for home and summer cottages Information

Do-it-yourself playground for home and summer cottages

On the Internet, you can find a wide variety of projects for sports grounds for summer cottages and suburban areas. Some of them are quite difficult, although it is proposed to do them "by hand". In this article, we will offer you a realistic and at the same time interesting version of the playground for children and adults. It will help to keep children busy and usefully spend free time for adults.

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Nertera. Nertera care, photo, reproduction, species: Nertera granadenzis Information

Nertera. Nertera care, photo, reproduction, species: Nertera granadenzis

Houseplants Published: January 12, 2012 Reprinted: Last revisions: Botanical description Nertera (Latin Nertera) are plants from the Madder family, including 3-12 species (depending on the source). The homeland of nertera is tropical zones all over the Earth. The genus got its name from the Greek "nerteros" - "small".

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Cherry varieties Zagoryevskaya and Zagoryevskaya 2 Information

Cherry varieties Zagoryevskaya and Zagoryevskaya 2

When the measured heat is replaced by sultry summer days, cherries ripen in the garden. Luscious ruby ​​berries, sparkling among the foliage, give their scent to everyone who is nearby. The hand itself reaches out to pick sweet cherries from the tree. And at this moment there is no greater pleasure than to feel the fruit juice explosion in your mouth.

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Cherry planting rules Information

Cherry planting rules

Sweet cherry is the oldest form of cherry, known for eight thousand years BC. This thermophilic plant of southern latitudes only in the last century, thanks to the efforts of breeders, began to move into cold regions. In order to grow this culture without problems and get a decent harvest, the gardener will have to work hard.

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Cooper's Haworthia Information

Cooper's Haworthia

Prime destination for succulent loversRSSFacebookInstagramTwitterPinterestHomeSucculentopediaBrowse Succulents by Scientific NameBrowse Succulents by Common NameBrowse Succulents by GenusBrowse Succulents by FamilyBrowse Succulents by USDA Hardiness ZoneBrowse Succulents by OriginBrowse Cacti by GenusAbout SucculentsCultivationGeneral CareLight RequirementsPotting SoilWateringFertilizingPests and DiseasesRepottingPropagationPruningGraftingArrangingSucculent UsesMedicinal SucculentsCosmetic SucculentsCulinary SucculentsSacred SucculentsLibraryBooksStoriesMyths and LegendsStampsWorld of Flowering PlantsYou are at:Home » Archive for & 34;Cooper& 39;s Haworthia& 34;Browsing: Cooper& 39;s HaworthiaSucculentopediaHaworthia cooperi (Cooper& 39;s Haworthia)Haworthia cooperi (Cooper& 39;s Haworthia) is a slow-growing succulent that forms clumps of stemless or short-stemmed rosettes of fleshy…

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Thrips And Pollination: Is Pollination By Thrips Possible Information

Thrips And Pollination: Is Pollination By Thrips Possible

By: Shelley PierceThrips are one of those insects that gardeners get squeamish about because of their bad, yet deserved, reputation as an insect pest which deforms plants, discolors them and spreads plant diseases. But did you know that thrips spread more than just disease? That’s right – they do have a redeeming quality!

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Copper Garden Design – Tips On Using Copper In The Garden Information

Copper Garden Design – Tips On Using Copper In The Garden

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistGardeners who are looking for something unique and exciting to set their landscape apart might try garden design with copper. The combo is surprising, yet it really works and can translate into fun whimsy or elegant serenity. Today’s copper gardening trends run the gamut in use and can play a part in seating, planting, fire pits, lighting and much more.

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