Returning spring frosts can cause irreparable damage to newly planted vegetables, as well as to the fruit trees and flowers growing in your garden. But unpleasant consequences can be avoided if you properly prepare for the upcoming frost. Smoke heap The essence of this method is to make fires throughout the garden.
Scientific NameCrassula ammophila ToelkenSynonymsGlobulea ammophilaScientific ClassificationFamily: CrassulaceaeSubfamily: CrassuloideaeGenus: CrassulaOriginThis species is native to South Africa (Northern Cape and Western Cape).DescriptionCrassula ammophila is a sparingly branched succulent shrub with brittle branches and fleshy, grey-green to greyish-brown leaves, all densely covered with coarse recurved hairs.
Il LariceI larici sono alberi piuttosto alti che possono arrivare anche ai 45 metri di altezza. Sono conifere della famglia delle Pinaceae che vedono la propria origine nelle regioni più temperate dell& 39;emisfero settentrionale Hanno struttura piramidale con un fusto diritto e branche irregolari fornite di ramuli allungati o corti.
By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterIt’s no mystery why trumpet vine (Campsis radicans) is sometimes known as hummingbird vine, as hummingbirds and trumpet vine are an irresistible combination of nonstop color and movement. Trumpet vines are so incredibly easy to grow that attracting hummingbirds with trumpet vines is about as easy as it gets.
What Is Lewisia: Information On Lewisia Care And CultivationBy Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistLewisia is a gorgeous little plant perfect for such areas. What is Lewisia? This article has information about the plant, its growing conditions and care. So read here and learn more.
Bittersweet vines are North American native plants that thrive throughout most of the United States. In the wild, you can find it growing on the edges of glades, on rocky slopes, in woodland areas and in thickets. It often winds itself around trees and covers low-growing shrubs. In the home landscape, you can try growing bittersweet along a fence or other support structure.
Excuse me? Did I read that right? Urine in the garden? Can urine be used as a fertilizer? As a matter of fact, it can, and its use can improve your organic garden’s growth at no cost. In spite of our squeamishness about this bodily waste product, urine is clean in that it contains few bacterial contaminants when retrieved from a healthy source: you!
Standard tomatoes are a new and increasingly popular variety of tomatoes. Among their fellows, they also stand out for their compact bush - there is no need to tie up such a bush. Their root system is also compact, which makes it possible to get a good harvest even if the plantings are thickened.
By: Susan Patterson, Master GardenerTechnically, magnesium is a metallic chemical element which is vital for human and plant life. Magnesium is one of thirteen mineral nutrients that come from soil, and when dissolved in water, is absorbed through the plant’s roots. Sometimes there are not enough mineral nutrients in soil and it is necessary to fertilize in order to replenish these elements and provide additional magnesium for plants.
SOUNDS EMITTED BY ANIMALS The sounds emitted by the gorilla The gorilla, scientific name Gorilla gorilla of the family Hominidae, the largest anthropomorphic ape in the world, emits numerous sounds and cries to express various moods. Below are the cries and noises produced by adult gorillas to manifest a state of discomfort.
Many gardeners enjoy growing junipers in their garden plots. This unpretentious plant feels good even in adverse conditions and has a pronounced persistent coniferous aroma. One way to breed junipers is from seed. It is not very popular as it is considered difficult and painstaking.
By: Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY GardenOne of the joys of autumn is having fresh apples, especially when you can pick them from your own tree. Those in more northern areas are told they cannot grow the Golden Delicious tree because it cannot take the cold temperatures there. There is a cold hardy substitute, however, for gardeners in colder spots who wish to grow apples.