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White Ratany Info: Tips For Growing White Ratany Native Flowers

White Ratany Info: Tips For Growing White Ratany Native Flowers

By: Liz BaesslerWhite ratany (Krameria grayi) is a spiny flowering shrub that is common in the American Southwest and Mexico. Keep reading to learn more about growing white ratany shrubs.White Ratany InfoWhat is Krameria grayi? Also known as chacati, white krameria, crimson beak, and Gray’s kameria, white ratany is a low growing shrub that tends to reach 2 to 3 feet (0.

Horseradish: planting and care in the open field, growing from seeds, types and varieties, photo

Horseradish: planting and care in the open field, growing from seeds, types and varieties, photo

Garden plants Published: Last edits: Horseradish plant (lat. Armoracia rusticana), or horseradish, or village horseradish - a species of herbaceous perennials of the Horseradish genus of the Cruciferous family, or Cabbage. In nature, horseradish grows throughout Europe, in the Caucasus, in Siberia, choosing damp places along the banks of rivers and reservoirs, and in culture it is grown all over the world, even in Greenland.

Fertilizers AVA and Vermicompost

Fertilizers AVA and Vermicompost

Everyone knows the current problems with manure. Therefore, biohumus is used more and more often in the garden and in vegetable gardens. What kind of fertilizer is this? & 34; Biohumus & 34; is a 100-percent natural organic natural fertilizer that gives an environmentally friendly harvest. Provides plants with a full range of nutrients, strengthens their immunity, has a high efficiency (10-15 times higher than any organic fertilizers), and is harmless on any soil.

Controlling Sandbur Weeds – Chemicals For Sandburs In Landscape

Controlling Sandbur Weeds – Chemicals For Sandburs In Landscape

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistPasturelands and lawns alike are host to many varieties of pesky weeds. What is a sandbur weed? This plant is a common problem in dry, sandy soils and patchy lawns. It produces a seedpod that sticks to clothing, fur and unfortunately, skin. The painful burs are annoying and their hitchhiking activity spreads the weeds quickly.

Money Tree Growing – Information On How To Grow A Money Tree

Money Tree Growing – Information On How To Grow A Money Tree

By: Nikki Tilley, Author of The Bulb-o-licious GardenYes, money does grow on trees, IF you grow a money tree. Growing money trees is easy, though somewhat time consuming – but it’s worth the wait! Read on to learn more about money trees in the garden.How to Grow a Money TreeFirst thing you need when growing these trees is, of course, some seed.

How to make an alpine slide with your own hands using the example of a “Czech rolling pin” bookmark

How to make an alpine slide with your own hands using the example of a “Czech rolling pin” bookmark

Not so long ago, Russian gardeners enthusiastically began to master the principles of the formation of classic alpine slides, which 250 years agoback were invented by the British in addition to their landscape garden. As it turned out, traditional rocky slides are now experiencing a crisis of the genre.and the current favorite of landscape design - a layered alpine slide originally from the Czech Republic - a Czech rolling pin.