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The Southern Fall Vegetable Garden

The Southern Fall Vegetable Garden

By: Heather RhoadesIn the South and other warm climates, summer can be murder on a vegetable garden. The overwhelming heat slows or even kills the growth of plants that were doing just fine during the late spring. But, while Southern gardeners must contend with the heat, they also get the pleasure of being able to grow a fall vegetable garden.

Orazio Cannistraci - Artist - Works

Orazio Cannistraci - Artist - Works

ART AND ENVIRONMENTOrazio Cannistraci, the works Alliria (Allegria) The colors, the liveliness, the liveliness of Sicily, with irony, closing your eyes and forgetting everything around.Title: Alliria (allegria) Material: Wood and fabricWidth: 48 cmHeight: 45 cm Depth: 40 cm Weight: 10 kg SEE OTHER WORKS BY ORAZIO CANNISTRACIf you are an artist and you want to publish your works on this site, write to the address write @ elicriso.

Bat Manure Compost Tea: Using Bat Guano Tea In Gardens

Bat Manure Compost Tea: Using Bat Guano Tea In Gardens

Compost tea is an extract of compost combined with de-chlorinated water containing beneficial microorganisms that has been used for centuries to encourage soil and plant health. The organic matter and its accompanying organisms chosen are of primary concern when making a nutrient rich compost tea. Clean compost and worm castings used solely or in conjunction are common tea bases, but you can also try making a bat guano tea mix.

Cereus stenogonus (Narrow-angled Cereus)

Cereus stenogonus (Narrow-angled Cereus)

Scientific NameCereus stenogonus K.Schum.Common NamesNarrow-angled CereusSynonymsCereus dayamii, Cereus roseiflorus, Cereus tacuaralensis, Piptanthocereus dayamii, Piptanthocereus stenogonusScientific ClassificationFamily: CactaceaeSubfamily: CactoideaeTribe: CereeaeGenus: CereusDescriptionCereus stenogonus is a branched columnar cactus that grows up to 26 feet (8 m) tall.

Planting Asparagus Seed – How Do You Grow Asparagus From Seed

Planting Asparagus Seed – How Do You Grow Asparagus From Seed

By: Amy GrantIf you are an asparagus lover, chances are good that you would like to include them in your garden. Many gardeners buy established bare root stock when growing asparagus but can you grow asparagus from seeds? If so, how do you grow asparagus from seed and what other information on asparagus seed propagation might be helpful?

Rental Mulching Ideas – Information On Mulch Options For Renters

Rental Mulching Ideas – Information On Mulch Options For Renters

By: Mary Ellen EllisOne downside to renting is that you may not have full control over your outdoor space. For a gardener this can be frustrating. Most landlords and owners will be thrilled, however, if you want to help beautify and maintain some of the landscaping. For renter mulching ideas, you’ll want some easy, low cost options.

Growing Spinach In A Pot: How To Grow Spinach In Containers

Growing Spinach In A Pot: How To Grow Spinach In Containers

If you’re short on garden space but committed to eating a healthy, balanced diet and would like to take part in growing your own produce, container gardening is the answer. Almost anything that grows in a garden can be grown in a container. Growing spinach in containers is an easy, nutrient-rich, fast-growing crop to start with.

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Cold Hardy Shrubs – Popular Shrubs With Winter Interest

Cold Hardy Shrubs – Popular Shrubs With Winter Interest

By: Teo SpenglerAll shrubs look great in spring when new leaves or blossomscover the branches. Some can add interest to a garden in winter as well. Shrubsfor winter don’t have to be evergreensto be ornamental in the colder months. Some shrubs with winter interest havebrightly colored stems or fruit that remain on the branches as autumn turnsinto winter.

Ifeion

Ifeion

A bulbous plant such as ifheon is directly related to the lily family. In mid-latitudes, when grown outdoors, such a plant is not left in the open field for the winter. The fact is that it comes from the subtropical and tropical regions of South America. Sometimes the bulb can survive one winter in the open field, but at the same time it will no longer grow and bloom normally.

Fixing Rotting Strawberries: Causes For Strawberries Rotting On Vine

Fixing Rotting Strawberries: Causes For Strawberries Rotting On Vine

By: Mary Ellen EllisThere’s nothing worse in your summer garden than strawberries rotting on vines. It’s terribly disappointing to look forward to fresh berries, only to have them go bad before you even harvest them. There are solutions to this crisis, though, things you can do to prevent it and save the remaining strawberries.

Harvesting Orach Plants: How To Harvest Orach In The Garden

Harvesting Orach Plants: How To Harvest Orach In The Garden

By: Amy GrantLooking for an alternative to humdrum spinach? Okay, spinach isn’t humdrum, but another green, orach mountain spinach, will give it a run for its money. Orach can be used fresh or cooked like spinach. Although it is a cool season green, it tolerates warmer weather than spinach, meaning it is less likely to bolt.

Growing Monkey Flower Plant – How To Grow Monkey Flower

Growing Monkey Flower Plant – How To Grow Monkey Flower

By: Jackie CarrollMonkey flowers, with their irresistible little “faces,” provide a long season of color and charm in moist or wet parts of the landscape. The blossoms last from spring until fall and thrive in wet areas, including marshes, stream banks, and wet meadows. They also grow well in flower borders as long as you keep the soil moist.

What Is Barley Foot Rot: Treating Barley Foot Rot Disease

What Is Barley Foot Rot: Treating Barley Foot Rot Disease

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterWhat is barley foot rot? Often known as eyespot, foot rot on barley is a fungal disease that affects barley and wheat in grain-growing regions around the world, especially in high rainfall areas. The fungus that causes barley foot rot lives in the soil, and the spores are spread by irrigation or splashing rain.

Heliopsis

Heliopsis

The genus of herbaceous annuals and perennials Heliopsis is a representative of the Asteraceae or Asteraceae family. In nature, they can be found in North and Central America. The name of the plant heliopsis translates as "sun-like", this is due to the fact that the shape of the inflorescence is very similar to the real sun.

Chives

Chives

Characteristics Among the most interesting perennial and bulbous plants, we undoubtedly also find the chives, which is part of the Amaryllidaceae family.It is a shrub that grows mainly inside all those places that denote a good level of humidity and it comes, in particular, from the temperate-cold zones that can be found in various parts of the European continent, Asia and North America.

Cutting Back Redbuds: How And When To Prune A Redbud Tree

Cutting Back Redbuds: How And When To Prune A Redbud Tree

By: Teo SpenglerRedbuds are lovely small trees for gardens and backyards. If you want to know how to prune redbud trees, read on.Pruning a Redbud TreeGardeners trim back some species of trees to keep them looking their best. Other trees need pruning to maintain their vigor. Redbud tree pruning includes both objectives.

Lemon juice

Lemon juice

Characteristics It is advisable to drink lemon juice as part of a diet that provides a correct and balanced diet.Undoubtedly, the most effective system for allowing the lemon to express all its beneficial properties Lemon juice is undoubtedly the part that it is used more frequently, since the juice is more than 50 of the weight of the fruit.

 Cucumbers according to the Belarusian aunt's method: where did the cucumbers come from in barrels?

Cucumbers according to the Belarusian aunt's method: where did the cucumbers come from in barrels?

Around 2017, an article by a gardener was replicated in social networks, on information and news portals, on sites of ideas (Liveinternet, Postila, World of Interesting, Golbis, etc.). She described the method of planting cucumbers of her Belarusian aunt, but he did not cause much resonance, except for re-posts and bewildered comments under them.

See how your planting soil is made

See how your planting soil is made

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