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Daffodil care: feeding and watering, loosening the soil, preparing for winter
Daffodil care: feeding and watering, loosening the soil, preparing for winter

Garden plants Published: Last edits: Even not very experienced growers in our area grow daffodils. They are easy to care for, which makes them popular garden flowers. Narcissus (Narcissus) are unpretentious and resistant to adverse conditions. Many people plant them in their garden wherever and how it is necessary, and they still grow and bloom.

Straw Mulch In Gardens: Tips For Using Straw As Mulch For Vegetables
Straw Mulch In Gardens: Tips For Using Straw As Mulch For Vegetables

By: Anne BaleyIf you’re not using mulch in your vegetable garden, you’re doing entirely too much work. Mulch helps to hold in moisture, so you don’t have to water as often; it shades out weed seedlings, cutting down on weeding time; and it composts into nutrients and amendments for the soil. It’s clean, it’s light and it breaks down relatively easily, giving your plants more of what they need to grow.

Melon Seed Harvesting And Storage: Tips For Collecting Seeds From Melons
Melon Seed Harvesting And Storage: Tips For Collecting Seeds From Melons

By: Teo SpenglerCollecting seeds from garden fruits and vegetables can be thrifty, creative, and fun for a gardener. Saving melon seeds from this year’s crop to plant in next year’s garden requires planning and attention to detail. Read on for tips about collecting seeds from melons.Collecting Seeds from MelonsMelons are members of the cucumber family, and they are open pollinated by wind or insects.

Choosing Houseplants For Your Style – What Are The Best Houseplants For My Decor
Choosing Houseplants For Your Style – What Are The Best Houseplants For My Decor

By: Tonya Barnett, (Author of FRESHCUTKY)Houseplants are an excellent way to add interest to indoor spaces, as well as freshness and a bright pop of color. Regardless of the season, houseplants offer more than just a way to bring the outdoors in; they can help to further accentuate your own personal design style.

Overwintering Boston Ferns – What To Do With Boston Ferns In Winter
Overwintering Boston Ferns – What To Do With Boston Ferns In Winter

By: Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY GardenMany home gardeners buy Boston ferns in spring and use them as outdoor decorations until cold temperatures arrive. Often the ferns are discarded, but some are so lush and beautiful that the gardener can’t bring one’s self to toss them. Relax; throwing them out isn’t necessary and is really wasteful considering the process for overwintering Boston ferns is not overly complicated.

Growing Rice At Home: Learn How To Grow Rice
Growing Rice At Home: Learn How To Grow Rice

Rice is one of the oldest and most revered foods on the planet. In Japan and Indonesia, for instance, rice has its own God. Rice requires tons of water plus hot, sunny conditions to grow to fruition. This makes planting rice impossible in some areas, but you can grow your own rice at home, sort of.Can You Grow Your Own Rice?

Planting Black Walnut Trees: Learn About Black Walnut Tree Growing
Planting Black Walnut Trees: Learn About Black Walnut Tree Growing

By: Amy GrantIf you are an avid arborist or if you live in an area that was until recently populated by native black walnut trees, you may have questions about how to plant a black walnut tree. Also, what other black walnut tree info can we dig up?Black Walnut Tree InfoBlack walnut trees are native to the central and eastern United States and until the turn of the century, quite common.

Asplenium, growing at home
Asplenium, growing at home

How to grow Asplenium & 34; My fern dries out even though I try to sprinkle it regularly and do not dehydrate the soil. How to properly care for him? & 34; Ekaterina, Pushkin In winter, it is desirable to maintain the air temperature of 18 ... 19 ° C, in summer - 22 ... 24 ° C. It is necessary to regularly wipe the dust on the vayax, this is especially true for the nesting asplenium (A.

Picking Macadamia Nuts: When Are Macadamia Nuts Ripe
Picking Macadamia Nuts: When Are Macadamia Nuts Ripe

By: Teo SpenglerMacadamia trees (Macadamia spp) are native to southeastern Queensland and northeastern New South Wales where they thrive in rain forests and other moist areas. The trees were brought to Hawaii as ornamentals, which led eventually to macadamia production in Hawaii.If you are wondering when to pick macadamia nuts, you have to wait until they are ripe.

Modestly Sized Garden Has Mighty Impact
Modestly Sized Garden Has Mighty Impact

“‘When you were a child, where did you go for daydreaming, reverie, and reflection?’ is one of the first questions I ask clients when I begin working with them on a project,” reveals landscape designer Julie Messervy of Julie Moir Messervy Design Studio (JMMDS). “It gets them thinking about what they love.

Is My Pindo Palm Dead – Treating Pindo Palm Freeze Damage
Is My Pindo Palm Dead – Treating Pindo Palm Freeze Damage

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterCan I save my frosted pindo palm? Is my pindo palm dead? Pindo palm is a relatively cold-hardy palm that tolerates temperatures as low as 12 to 15 F. (- 9 to -11 C.), and sometimes even colder. However, even this tough palm can be damaged by a sudden cold snap, especially trees that are exposed to cold wind.

Sowing flowers in April for seedlings: timing, care, when to plant in open ground
Sowing flowers in April for seedlings: timing, care, when to plant in open ground

Garden plants Published: Last edits: In April, in areas with a warm climate, you can already sow annual flowers in open ground, but where the spring is late, and the summer is short and cool, it is better to use the seedling method of growing flowers. There are no strict terms for sowing seeds of this or that species, because the duration of the growing season of a crop depends on many conditions: local climate, weather, quality of seeds and soil.