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Currant rejuvenation

Imagine a situation: you purchased a summer cottage where the previous owners have already cultivated fruit and berry wealth. Isn't it wonderful? True, currants and gooseberries look like that for 15-20 years, they are affected by diseases and pests, and they give few fruits. And yet, I want to save those old currant or gooseberry varieties, because today it is difficult to find such.

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 How to tie up raspberries correctly and should you do it? Miscellanea

How to tie up raspberries correctly and should you do it?

The varieties of red and yellow raspberries familiar to everyone have very flexible shoots, and if the gardener does not understand how to tie up raspberries, broken stems cannot be avoided. A bountiful harvest of berries, leaves wet from the rain and strong gusts of wind can easily break the shoot at the very base. How to tie raspberries to stakes or posts?

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Mallow - stock-rose: varieties, cultivation and reproduction New

Mallow - stock-rose: varieties, cultivation and reproduction

Malva - Simple Charm Malva is a plant that is as simple as it is charming. This is a favorite flower of the older generation, a resident of front gardens and backyard beds, places where ordinary plants often did not survive. In the past, this "provincial" plant was not favored by professional flower growers and decorators, but recently the attitude towards this flower, pleasant in all respects has changed.

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Forest Grass Container Care : How To Grow Forest Grass In A Pot Collections

Forest Grass Container Care : How To Grow Forest Grass In A Pot

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistJapanese forest grass, or Hakonechloa, is an elegant, arching plant with bamboo-like leaves. This forest denizen is perfect for a shady spot and performs well in a container. Growing forest grass in containers in a shady to partially shady location of the landscape brings a hint of the Orient to the garden with a perfect low light plant.

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Brown Spots on Succulents Information

Brown Spots on Succulents

Succulents live in varying habitats across the world and can also be grown as houseplants. They use their fleshy parts as a water reservoir during droughts. But these same parts are also susceptible to diseases and disorders that discolor them with brown spots.EdemaAlthough succulent leaves are thick, fleshy, and water-filled, this does not mean you need to water them more than other plants.

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Uzbekistan - Story of my trip to Uzbekistan Interesting

Uzbekistan - Story of my trip to Uzbekistan

Uzbekistan On the Silk Road by Giovanni Camici Kokand - Market (city in the Fergana valley, Fergana region) Kokand - Meat seller at the market (city in the Fergana valley, Fergana region) Kokan - Kan Palace (city in the Fergana valley, in the Fergana region) Kamchik Pass (on the road between Kokand and Tashkent in the Fergana Valley) Kamchik Pass (on the road between Kokand and Tashkent in the Fergana Valley) You will find other photographs of my journey in the pages: This story was kindly sent by one of our readers .

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