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Lobivia famatima - mountain cactus, growing at home Miscellanea

Lobivia famatima - mountain cactus, growing at home

The sign of the zodiac Scorpio (October 24 - November 22) corresponds: dracaena (dragon tree), wicker ginura (crocodile), common oleander, snow-white dope, motley stapelia, cap-shaped aloe, tiger faucaria, prickly mountain grate, desert cactus , Sylvester's chamecereus, Gruson's echinocactus, Strauss's cleistocactus, geometric mortillocactus, Berger's prickly pear, Famatima lobivia.

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Butternut pumpkin (Waltham Butternut Squash) is a delicious variety! Miscellanea

Butternut pumpkin (Waltham Butternut Squash) is a delicious variety!

A nutmeg sweet pumpkin with an excellent nutty flavor, buttery, dense, orange flesh, it keeps well in the house all winter. Who among gardeners does not dream of growing something new and super wonderful? And if this happens, then this event is always at the level of, albeit small, but discovery. In the summer of 2008, we were vacationing in Greece.

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Detailed description of zucchini variety Cavili F1 Miscellanea

Detailed description of zucchini variety Cavili F1

Kavili zucchini is a welcome guest on every table, as it contains a large amount of vitamins and minerals that our body needs so much, especially in winter. Zucchini is also very useful for diseases of the liver, kidneys and heart. Description and characteristics of the variety KaviliKavili is a hybrid of Dutch origin.

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Photo of motley, large-flowered, giant, star-shaped, ferruginous, golden-purple Miscellanea

Photo of motley, large-flowered, giant, star-shaped, ferruginous, golden-purple

Photos of indoor plants Published: July 17, 2012 Reprinted: Last edits: Briefly about leaving The staple can tolerate a small amount of direct rays, but it is better not to bring it to this. Temperatures should be around 24 degrees in summer and around 16 degrees in winter. In spring and summer they water abundantly, in autumn they reduce the frequency of watering, and in winter they water it from time to time.

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Drugs Miscellanea

Drugs

In the spring, when plants wake up from winter sleep, pests wake up with them and pathogens that have successfully overwintered in the bark and the upper layer of the soil are activated. To protect the garden and vegetable garden from enemies, they resort to treating plants with solutions of chemical preparations.

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Top 5 homemade cultivators: how to build a do-it-yourself machine Miscellanea

Top 5 homemade cultivators: how to build a do-it-yourself machine

Sometimes it is more profitable to buy vegetables and fruits in the store. But there is always more confidence in the quality of home-grown products. In addition, work on the ground increases vitality if done wisely. But hard physical labor is not always useful, especially for those who are used to working only in the office.

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Gatsania Miscellanea

Gatsania

A plant such as Gazania is also called African chamomile or gazania. This genus includes about 40 different species. In natural conditions, they can be found in South Africa and Mozambique, and also in the coastal dunes of Australia. In European countries, they learned about this flower in the 17th century, at which time it acquired its current name in honor of the Italian Theodor von Gaza, who was a priest who translated the works of Theophrastus and Aristotle.

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 How to grow a spruce on a plot without spending money on seedlings Miscellanea

How to grow a spruce on a plot without spending money on seedlings

Almost any varietal spruce can be grown from seed - except for hybrids, they do not inherit the trait of the mother tree. This planting option is not for the lazy: it can take a lot of time to collect seeds and even more to prepare them for planting. But all the efforts pay off in full. Compared to the purchased seed, your seed harvested from coniferous cones will be fresher, and its germination rate will be higher.

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How to make a tandoor at your dacha: from a brick, wooden or plastic barrel Miscellanea

How to make a tandoor at your dacha: from a brick, wooden or plastic barrel

Staying at the dacha is a unity with nature. I want to cook food on the fire, sit by the fire, listening to the twilight rustles. For cooking food on fire, grill or barbecue are most often used, and we suggest you make a tandoor with your own hands. What it is? This is an oriental brazier oven that allows you to cook a lot of delicious dishes that are simply impossible to cook otherwise.

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Magnolia Miscellanea

Magnolia

The flowering plant Magnolia is a member of the magnoliaceae family. For the first time, these plants appeared in Europe in 1688, and named this genus Magnolia C. Plumier in 1703 in honor of Pierre Magnol, who was a botanist. In nature, these plants can be found in regions with subtropical and tropical climates of North America and East Asia.

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Tigridia Miscellanea

Tigridia

Tigridia (Tigridia) is an unpretentious perennial herbaceous bulbous plant from the Iris family, uniting in its family about fifty different species. The variegated color of its perianth forms the basis of the plant's name, which in Latin means "tiger". A feature of tigridia is the very short flowering period of each flower.

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Brunfelsia Miscellanea

Brunfelsia

The scent of Brunfelsia flowers is mesmerizing and can compete with an expensive perfume. In the light of day, its scent is almost imperceptible, but at night the scent intensifies and fills the entire space. This tropical beauty can grow in the darkest corner of the room and delight with its unsurpassed aroma every night.

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Hatiora Miscellanea

Hatiora

The homeland of the Hatiora cactus is Brazil, or rather, its rainforests. According to data taken from various sources, this genus unites 5-10 species, and only some of them are cultivated at home. Some taxonomists believe that this plant is part of the Ripsalis genus. At first, this genus was named "Chariota" in honor of the famous traveler and mathematician from England - Thomas Harriot, who was one of the first explorers of American nature.

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How to grow a real tomato? Miscellanea

How to grow a real tomato?

And again about tomatoes ... As you know, tomato is a delicious, everyone's favorite vegetable. The variety of tomatoes is very great both in the shape and color of the fruit, and in terms of ripening, place of cultivation and purpose. They are used, depending on the variety, hybrid, for fresh consumption, in cooking, for making sauces and tomato pastes, juice, canning.

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Articles Miscellanea

Articles

Sweet cherries boiled with walnuts are no longer jam, but just a luxurious delicacy. Even the mother-in-law ...

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Instructions for the use of potassium magnesium fertilizer Miscellanea

Instructions for the use of potassium magnesium fertilizer

Kalimagnesia (kalimag) is a soluble mineral fertilizer with several nutrient components. It is made from natural minerals. Kalimagnesia and kalimag are different substances, but the differences between them are insignificant; they are irrelevant to the cultivator. The drug is produced by various companies; in retail, the most common packages are 1 kg and 3 kg.

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Weed species Miscellanea

Weed species

Weeds in the garden and vegetable garden. Part 2 Read the previous part of the article: Sources of weeds clogging Weeds are divided into annuals and biennials. A number of annuals, under certain conditions of their life, can become perennials. Weed plants are represented by the following groups: Ephemera - annuals with a very short growing season.

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Dwarf birch Miscellanea

Dwarf birch

It is a close relative of common birch and is a shrub with many branches. The height of the shrub does not exceed one meter, and the width of its crown can reach one and a half meters. It has small and round leaves of dark green on top and light green on the bottom. Sometimes dwarf birch is so small that only leaves can be seen on the plane of the lichen.

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