By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistSweet, juicy, ripe tomatoes from the garden are a treat worth waiting for until summer. Unfortunately, that lusted for crop can be brought down low by numerous diseases and pests. Gray leaf spot on tomatoes is a classic example and is one of the many diseases that can strike plants in the nightshade family.
Sowing the seeds of a vegetable crop such as pepper can be carried out without preliminary preparation, but experts do not recommend doing this. The fact is that in this case, the germination of seeds will be relatively low. And those seedlings that appear will grow and develop slowly and poorly. If you want to harvest a good harvest of peppers, then you should definitely resort to preparing pepper seeds for sowing seedlings.
The legume plant, also called Laburnum, belongs to the legume family. This genus is represented by low-growing trees or deciduous rather tall shrubs. This genus includes a couple of species and one interspecific hybrid. Under natural conditions, laburnum is found in the Caucasus, South and Central Europe, and also in Asia.
By: Amy GrantHave you ever cut into a bell pepper and found a little pepper inside the larger pepper? This is a fairly common occurrence, but you may be wondering, “Why is there a small pepper in my bell pepper?” Read on to find out what causes a pepper with baby pepper inside.Why is There a Small Pepper in My Bell Pepper?
Peonies are widely used in garden design, they can be found in almost every home and summer cottage. Unpretentiousness and endurance in relation to various natural disasters make this culture extremely popular. If necessary, these flowers can be propagated by increasing the number of luxurious bushes and sharing them with neighbors, friends or acquaintances.
How much you like the culture, whether you will grow it in the future, depends primarily on the choice of the variety. Then it remains to study the features of cultivation and apply the knowledge in practice. All this applies to zucchini. How to choose a variety of zucchini There are a lot of zucchini for the sake of gardeners.
Daffodil Benefits – What Are Daffodils Good ForBy Mary Ellen EllisA classic early flower of spring, uses for daffodils extend well beyond providing cheerful color after the winter months. These pretty spring flowers can enrich your garden, improve pollination, and provide medical and health benefits.
By: Jackie CarrollJapanese maples are lovely trees that add structure and brilliant seasonal color to the garden. Take a look at Japanese maples for zone 3 in this article.Will Japanese Maples Grow in Zone 3?Naturally cold hardy, Japanese maple trees are a good choice for zone 3 landscapes. You may have a problem with late freezes killing buds that have begun to open, however.
Peru and Ecuador are considered the birthplace of tomatoes. The ancient Indians cultivated aromatic fruits for food and magical rituals. The tomato came to Russia at the end of the 18th century. Our great-grandfathers liked him no less than the Incas and Mayans. The tomato has been romantically called the "love apple". Planting a southern crop in polycarbonate greenhouses allows for a rich harvest.
A plant such as a scolopendrium leaflet or a scolopendrium leaflet (Phyllitis scolopendrium, Asplenium scolopendrium) is directly related to the genus Asplenium of the Aspleniaceae family and is a perennial fern. People also call it "deer tongue". He comes from the mountainous Mediterranean regions of Eurasia.
Parsley is one of the most basic spices in our cuisine, it is simply impossible to imagine a festive meal without it. Salads, snacks, cold cuts, hot dishes - nothing can do without it. It stimulates the appetite and helps to improve digestion. Every summer resident should know how to grow parsley, or at least how to plant parsley in his area.
Despite the abundance of effective chemical fertilizers in stores, the relevance of self-prepared bioferments is gaining popularity. The reasons are the environmental friendliness of the funds, their availability, as well as the positive impact they have on the growth, development and productivity of cultivated crops.