Acclimatization and grafting of cherries There are also promising hybrid cherry-sweet cherry varieties, for example, English early (synonyms - English early ripening, Early May, May red), Black consumer goods and others, which are close to sweet cherries in terms of taste. Seedlings grown from their seeds can favorably deviate in terms of winter hardiness towards cherries, and in terms of fruit quality - towards cherries.
By: Anne BaleyIf you’ve been disturbed by greyish-brown larva found in compost piles, you’ve probably come across the relatively harmless soldier fly larva. These grubs thrive in compost piles with an abundance of green materials and lots of extra moisture. While they may be ugly to the average gardener, soldier flies in compost actually benefit the area.
One of the main causes of blackening of apples is a fungal disease called moniliosis, or fruit rot. The apples affected by it rot right on the branches, not having time to ripen, and fall prematurely. The disease tends to spread quickly in warm and humid weather. Symptoms of fruit rot Symptoms of moniliosis appear even at the stage of flowering of the fruit tree.
Transfer Published: Last edits: Hello, dear visitors of our site, Today we will talk about planting bulbous crops. Now we will talk with you about how to choose and plant lilies correctly. We specially bought several packs of lilies. They are of different quality, and we will now show you what the difference is.
By: Amy GrantArguably one of the most popular vegetables grown in our home gardens, tomatoes have their share of tomato fruit problems. Diseases, insects, nutritional deficiencies, or over abundance and weather woes can all afflict your prized tomato plant. Some problems are dire and some are cosmetic.
Katya's tomato is known not so long ago, but has already gained fame as one of the best among the super early salad varieties. It ripens earlier than most other tomatoes, gives a solid harvest of even, beautiful fruits of excellent taste, grows in a small bush, and is unpretentious in care. Those who have tested this variety in their garden agree that it can be recommended to anyone, even the most inexperienced summer resident.
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Houseplants Published: Last revisions: Pandanus, or pandanus (lat. Pandanus) is a genus of arboreal plants of the Pandanovaceae family, which includes about 750 species, which grow mostly in the tropical climate of the Eastern Hemisphere. About 90 species of the genus grow on the island of Madagascar; pandanuses are found in Hawaii, along the coast of Western India, in the east of North India, in the lowlands of Nepal, in West Africa, Vietnam and from Australia to Polynesia.
If you intend to plant a persimmon from a stone, make sure to start with that the planting material is of excellent quality. This means that you need to choose fruits that are ripe, but not overripe and not frozen (which are often sold from street stalls), with an intact skin. It is better to buy a slightly unripe fruit and put it in a warm place to ripen.
Plant pests Published: Last revisions: Whiteflies (lat. Aleyrodidae), or aleurodids, are a family of small, homoptera insects, numbering more than 1,500 species. The scientific name of the family comes from the Greek word meaning flour in translation, and this is due to the powdery bloom on the wings of insects.
The edible herbaceous annual or biennial plant watercress (Lepidium sativum), also called watercress, or bedbug, is a species of the Bugwort genus of the Cruciferous family. Iran is considered its homeland, but today in the wild it can be found in Egypt, Ethiopia, and also in Asia (from Pakistan to the eastern coast of the Mediterranean Sea).
SucculentopediaHylotelephium spectabile & 39;Meteor& 39;Hylotelephium spectabile & 39;Meteor& 39;, formerly known as Sedum spectabile & 39;Meteor& 39;, is a succulent that produces upright to slightly spreading…SucculentopediaLithops fulviceps & 39;Aurea& 39; (White Living Stones)Lithops fulviceps & 39;Aurea& 39; (White Living Stones) is a small succulent with a body that consists of a pair of fleshy, yellowish-green to…SucculentopediaPhedimus spurius & 39;Voodoo& 39; (Voodoo Stonecrop)Phedimus spurius & 39;Voodoo& 39; (Voodoo Stonecrop), formerly known as Sedum spurium & 39;Voodoo& 39;, is a mat-forming succulent with branched stems that…SucculentopediaHylotelephium sieboldii & 39;Mediovariegatum& 39; (Variegated October Daphne)Hylotelephium sieboldii & 39;Mediovariegatum& 39; (Variegated October Daphne), formerly known as Sedum sieboldii & 39;Mediovariegatum& 39;, is an…SucculentopediaPhedimus kamtschaticus var.