Many city dwellers want to always have fresh tomatoes on the table. There is a suitable variety for them, it can be grown not only on the beds under the film, but also on the balcony, since the plant height is only 50 cm. This type of tomato is called "Nevsky". This tomato was bred a long time ago, back in the USSR and registered as a greenhouse the variety was received in 1978.
If you approached your favorite home flower and saw a whole swarm of tiny moths fly up from it at the slightest touch, do not rush to rejoice. These cute butterflies are actually malicious pests that can destroy any houseplant. These butterflies are called whiteflies, and we will tell how are these crumbs harmful to you and how to deal with them.
Azalea pink is very popular among indoor plant lovers. She is loved for the brightness of flowers and abundant flowering. But in order to grow this beauty, you will need knowledge of the care and maintenance of this whimsical flower. The article describes in detail all the nuances of growing pink varieties of the plant, and gives practical advice on care.
Pickled cabbage is a traditional Russian dish, familiar to everyone from childhood. An uncomplicated recipe and a simple set of products make this appetizer a favorite of housewives all over the country among autumn-winter preparations. There are several ways to add piquancy and novelty to it with the help of turmeric - cabbage acquires a rich shade and a completely different taste.
Up to 150 species of dust mites can live in just 1 gram of dust. These microscopic ubiquitous companions of dusty rooms can bring a lot of trouble and hassle to your home. Why are dust mites dangerous? For humans, the small size of the pest does not prevent it from causing significant harm. Ticks do not drink blood, and do not bite at all, but their waste products, eggs and corpses of a dried parasite are dangerous to humans.
Garden architecture The design of the gardens involves a preliminary analysis of some very important details, namely: - extension of the cultivable area - exposure - type of sunshine - climatic conditions - types of soil - coexistence between plants - presence of limiting agents The set-up of a garden is also conditioned by the personal aesthetic tastes and by the choice of the different types of plants, which, depending on one's needs, can be: - trees - shrubby or bushy plants - herbaceous plants - flowering plants - succulents - climbing plants - evergreen plants - aquatic plants - plants of the Mediterranean maquis In each garden it would be advisable to set up various areas: a part intended for decorative purposes and characterized by flower beds, borders or flowering vases; a shady part to promote rest and contemplation; a part possibly destined for aromatic plants; if there is a body of water it may be pleasant to house aquatic plants; and finally an area set up with a gazebo covered with climbing plants and equipped with benches or swings.