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Russia, St. Petersburg - Story of my trip to Russia in St. Petersburg
Russia, St. Petersburg - Story of my trip to Russia in St. Petersburg

Russia My trip to St. Petersburg St. Petersburg, in 2003 the city resumed its current name, celebrated 300 years since its foundation. A legend says that as long as the statue of the bronze knight Peter the Great remains in its place, Petersburg will not die. A good opportunity to go and visit it was an offer from AirBaltic bought 3 months ago, 140 euros A / R with departure from Milan and stopover in Riga.

Pig (plumbagovye)
Pig (plumbagovye)

Pig, or plumbagovye - a community of more than eight hundred dicotyledonous herbaceous, semi-shrub, semi-shrub and shrub plants, some of which have liana-like shoots. For convenience, the family is divided into twenty-seven genera. Plumbagaceae grow in warm, temperate and cool climates of the Northern Hemisphere.

Bishop’s Weed Reversion – Learn About Variegation Loss In Bishop’s Weed
Bishop’s Weed Reversion – Learn About Variegation Loss In Bishop’s Weed

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterAlso known as goutweed and snow on the mountain, bishop’s weed is a rambunctious plant native to western Asia and Europe. It has naturalized across most of the United States, where it isn’t always welcome due to its extreme invasive tendencies. However, bishop’s weed plant may be just the thing for tough areas with poor soil or excessive shade; it will grow where most plants are doomed to fail.

Description of the columnar apple variety President
Description of the columnar apple variety President

President columnar is one of the most demanded varieties in our country. Proper care and adherence to growing conditions contribute to obtaining a plentiful and tasty harvest. Description of the variety The variety was bred by the famous geneticist and breeder Kichin V.V in 1974, by crossing the variety Abundant and Vazhak, which has a columnar appearance crowns.

5 sweet yams to plant in your garden
5 sweet yams to plant in your garden

Sweet potato is a popular worldwide tuber crop from the tropical regions of South and Central America. But some types of plants can be planted in mid-latitudes. There are several varieties that are guaranteed to give an excellent harvest even in difficult weather conditions. Beauregard improved The plant produces medium-length whips with fleshy shoots and heart-shaped leaves.

How do I grow grapes
How do I grow grapes

Grapes in my garden Already many gardeners-Petersburgers try to grow grapes on their acres, but the bulk of the owners of six acres are still frightened by this occupation and even surprised: how this southern culture can grow and bear fruit in our cold and capricious climate. Therefore, I want to tell about my at first not entirely successful, but now already a positive experience.

When to thin out radishes correctly and how to feed it
When to thin out radishes correctly and how to feed it

Radish is considered the most popular early ripening crop and belongs to green vegetables. The leaves and roots contain a large amount of vitamins. At first glance, it may seem that growing this crop is a simple process. However, in order to obtain a rich harvest, you should remember the basic rules for growing and do not forget to thin out the seedlings.

Tropic Tomato Care – How To Grow Tomato ‘Tropic’ Plants
Tropic Tomato Care – How To Grow Tomato ‘Tropic’ Plants

By: Teo SpenglerWith all of the great tomato cultivars available today, you may not be familiar with the tomato Tropic, but it’s definitely worth a look. It’s a great choice for gardeners in hot, humid areas, like the mid-Atlantic area where the disease tomato blight is rampant. What is a Tropic tomato?

Coleus Care – Information On Growing Coleus
Coleus Care – Information On Growing Coleus

By: Nikki Tilley, Author of The Bulb-o-licious GardenPerhaps you know them as painted nettle or poor man’s croton, depending on where you’re located, but for many of us we simply know them as coleus plants (Coleus blumei). I, for one, love them, as do many others. They have some of the most stunningly colored foliage—in combinations of green, yellow, pink, red, maroon, etc.

Trisulfone for rabbits: instructions for use of the drug
Trisulfone for rabbits: instructions for use of the drug

Breeding rabbits is a laborious and painstaking process that requires a lot of responsibility and attention. These animals, despite their high productivity, are often subject to disease. Often, infections lead to the death of the entire population of the rabbit family. Therefore, in order to avoid this, it is important to provide timely therapeutic and preventive measures with the use of various drugs.

The specificity of various fertilizers
The specificity of various fertilizers

Read the previous part ← General information about fertilizersThe second rule of fertilization is that fertilizers should be applied to the soil in a complex, that is, organic and mineral fertilizers together under one crop. Soil and plants need all nutrients together and in an easily accessible form. It is impossible to allow an excess or deficiency of any battery separately.

Crassula marchandii
Crassula marchandii

Prime destination for succulent loversRSSFacebookInstagramTwitterPinterestHomeSucculentopediaBrowse Succulents by Scientific NameBrowse Succulents by Common NameBrowse Succulents by GenusBrowse Succulents by FamilyBrowse Succulents by USDA Hardiness ZoneBrowse Succulents by OriginBrowse Cacti by GenusAbout SucculentsCultivationGeneral CareLight RequirementsPotting SoilWateringFertilizingPests and DiseasesRepottingPropagationPruningGraftingArrangingSucculent UsesMedicinal SucculentsCosmetic SucculentsCulinary SucculentsSacred SucculentsLibraryBooksStoriesMyths and LegendsStampsWorld of Flowering PlantsYou are at:Home » Archive for & 34;Crassula marchandii& 34;Browsing: Crassula marchandiiSucculentopediaCrassula marchandiiCrassula marchandii, also known as Crassula x marchandii, is an attractive succulent with shiny leaves, usually deep green to dark maroon…

Home Office Plants – Growing Indoor Plants For Home Office Spaces
Home Office Plants – Growing Indoor Plants For Home Office Spaces

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterIf you work at home, you may want to use plants to liven upa bland workspace. Having living plants in your home office can make days morepleasant, boost your mood, and increase your productivity. Read on forsuggestions on home office plants to consider.Indoor Plants for Home OfficesChoosing plants for workspaces in your home is similar tothat of any houseplant you have.

Goldenrod: healing properties and contraindications, planting and care, photo
Goldenrod: healing properties and contraindications, planting and care, photo

Garden plants Published: Last edits: Goldenrod (lat. Solidago) is a genus of herbaceous perennials of the Asteraceae family. According to various sources, there are from 80 to 120 species in the genus, but only 20 of them are grown in culture, for example, the goldenrod common in the European part of Russia, the Caucasus, Western Siberia, and further - in Eastern Siberia and the Far East - this the species replaces the Daurian goldenrod.

How to build a foundation on heaving soil - 1
How to build a foundation on heaving soil - 1

On the dangers of heaving soils - how to protect summer cottages from this harmful phenomenon Arriving after winter at the summer cottage, take a close look around. And you will see that in some houses, cracks snake on the walls and glass of windows. In other areas, the gate sloped (Figure 1), the woodshed or shed leaned strongly (Figure 2).

Popular Spinach Varieties: Growing Different Types Of Spinach
Popular Spinach Varieties: Growing Different Types Of Spinach

By: Mary Ellen EllisSpinachis both delicious and nutritious, and it’s easy to grow in the vegetablegarden. Instead of buying plastic boxes of spinach from the store that go bad beforeyou can use it all, try growing your own greens. There are a lot of differentkinds of spinach too, so you can choose your favorite, or succession plant toget several spinach varieties throughout an extended growing season.

Ferret Poop In Compost: Tips On Using Ferret Manure On Plants
Ferret Poop In Compost: Tips On Using Ferret Manure On Plants

By: Liz BaesslerManure is a popular soil amendment, and for good reason. It’s loaded with organic material and nutrients that are essential for plants’ good health. But is all manure the same? If you have pets, you have poop, and if you have a garden, it’s tempting to use that poop for a good cause. Keep reading to learn more about composting ferret manure and using ferret manure fertilizer in gardens.

Chrono
Chrono

CHRONORE who gives Cronus a stone in place of Zeus Chrono in Greek mythology was a famous titan, son of Geea of ​​Uranus. Shortly after his birth, his father Uranodecided to plunge him and his brothers into the depths of the earth because he was obsessed with the idea that could deprive him of the dominion of the universe.

Soil And Microclimate – Learn About Different Soils In Microclimates
Soil And Microclimate – Learn About Different Soils In Microclimates

By: Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY GardenTo the gardener, the most important thing about microclimatesoils is their ability to provide areas where different plants will grow – plantsthat might not grow in your primary landscape because of a lack of sun ormoisture. Soil in microclimates is influenced by various factors, making themdifferent than most of your other soil.

What remedy to take of Bach's Holes
What remedy to take of Bach's Holes

I FIORI DI BACHovveroLA FLORITERAPIAQuale rimedio dei Fiori di Bach bisogna prendereBreve schema riassuntivo per illustrare il tipo di rimedio più adatto in base allapatologia:AGRIMONY(agrimonia), per chi nasconde le sue preoccupazioni, qualunque esse siano, dietro una maschera di umorismo e allegria;ASPEN, (pioppo)per chi ha paura di ciò che non conosce, di cose vaghe, indistinte e senza alcuna ragione apparente;BEECH(faggio), per chi è intollerante;CENTAURY (centaurea minore), per chi è incapace a dire di no, è privo di forza di volontà;CERATO (piombaggine), per chi non ha fiducia in sé e nelle proprie decisioni;CHERRY PLUM (prugno), per chi ha paura di perdere il controllo, la ragione;CHESTNUT BUD (gemma diippocastano bianco), per chi ripete sempre gli stessi errori e non vuole impare dai propri errori;CHICORY (cicoria), per chi è possessivo ed egoista;CLEMATIS (vitalba), per chi sogna a occhi aperti e progetta il futuro senza costruire nulla nel presente; CRAB APPLE (melo selvatico), per chi ha disgusto di se e del proprio corpo e della propria mente; ELM (olmo inglese), per chi si sente sopraffatto dalle responsabilità; GENTIAN (genzianella autunnale), per chi si abbandona al pessimismo e si scoraggia dopo un insuccesso:GORSE (ginestrone), per chi prova disperazione e ha perso ogni speranza;HEATHER (brugo oerica), per chi odia la solitudine e un egocentrico e parla solo di se stesso; HOLLY (agrifoglio), per chi prova odio, invidia e gelosia nei confronti degli altri;HONEYSUCKLE (caprifoglio), per chi si rifugia nella nostalgia del passato;HORNBEAM (carpino bianco), per chi ha la tendenza a rimandare gli impegni e si sente stanco, debole solo al pensiero di fare qualcosa;IMPATIENS (balsamina), per chi è impaziente;LARCH (larice), per chi ha paura di fallire e non ha fiducia in se stesso;MIMULUS (mimolo giallo), per chi ha paura di qualcosa doi materiale;MUSTARD (senape selvatica), per chi è triste e malinconico senza un motivo preciso;OAK (quercia), per chi va avanti oltre le proprie forze;OLIVE (olivo), per chi è completamente esausto a causa di uno sforzo mentale o fisico;PINE (pino silvestre), per chi tende ad avere i sensi di colpa;RED CHESTNUT (ippocastano rosso), per chi si preoccupa eccessivamente per le persone care;ROCK ROSE (eliantemo), per chi prova terrore e panico;ROCK WATER (acqua di fonte), per chi si autoreprime, nega se stesso, si auto-reprime;SCLERANTHUS (fiorsecco,scleranto o centigrani), per le persone indecise che non riescono mai a scegliere fra diverse alternative;STAR OF BETHLEHEM (ornitogalo olatte di gallina), per chi ha subito trami shock fisici o mentali;SWEET CHESTNUT (castagno dolce), per chi prova una grande angoscia dopo aver tentato di tutto e non intravede alcuna via d& 39;uscita;VERVAIN (verbena), per chi si lascia trasportare eccessivamente dall& 39;entusiasmo;VINE (vite), per chi tende a dominare ed è inflessibile;WALNUT (noce), per chi deve affrontare cambiamenti nella propria vita (a esempio pubertà, menopausa, trasferimenti, lutti, divorzi, etc.