Yielding primacy in orchards to apple, cherry, plum and pear, sweet cherry does not lag behind in the selection of new varieties. Columnar trees take a special place as they allow you to get a good harvest in the cramped conditions of a small garden. On an industrial scale, columnar cherries show high results in intensive farming conditions.
Alpha may be the first cauliflower for beginners and a favorite for professional gardeners. It has a stable and early harvest. Ties heads, in spite of the vagaries of the weather and does not require special care. History and description of Alfa cauliflower An application for Alfa variety testing in 2008 was submitted by the Poisk agrofirm.
A personal plot is a place where you want to relax in hot summer. Ornamental pumpkin shoots will decorate any garden. At the beginning of summer, bright flowers appear on them, and by mid-July, multi-colored fruits. There are many types of ornamental pumpkin, which can be grown from seeds - and in the form of a mushroom, a climbing pear.
By: Teo SpenglerYellow sweetclover (may be spelled as two words), also called ribbed melilot, is neither a true clover nor especially sweet. It is a legume plant with the scientific name Mililotus officianalis, and sometimes used as food for livestock. Read on for more information on why yellow sweetclover is considered a weed in some areas and tips on yellow sweetclover management.
I feel good with the "perpetum mobile"! Let me remind those who have already completed the school course for a long time that the "perpetum mobile" is a perpetual motion machine. I also call one plant. Which one and why? Read - you will find out. In fact, it is knotty or knobby. Its botanical name Scrophularia nodosa comes from the Latin Scrophula - "scrofula".
HOW TO GROW AND CARE FOR OUR ASPIDISTRAL PLANTS Its characteristic is to grow where other plants could not survive due to lack of light or lack of humidity. In fact, this plant, however neglected or forgotten, survives. shady and fresh.
LANGUAGE AND MEANING OF FLOWERS AND PLANTS CALENDULA Calendula officinalis (family Asteraceae) The marigold, contrary to what one might expect, has a meaning not joyful in the language of flowers. Its origin is linked to an ancient Greek legend: Aphrodite, deeply grieved by the death of her lover Adonis began to cry and as her tears touched the earth they turned into marigolds.
Brassia Orchid Orchids are very well known flowers all over the world especially thanks to the strange shape of their flower. The latter is made up of three sepals and three petals of different shapes and colors depending on the species we are going to consider. A large number of orchid species belong to the genus Brassia, which live well in tropical and sub-tropical areas of America.
Known by a multitude of names depending on where it’s cultivated, Ensete false banana plants are an important food crop in many parts of Africa. Ensete ventricosum cultivation can be found in the countries of Ethiopia, Malawi, throughout South Africa, Kenya and Zimbabwe. Let’s learn more about false banana plants.
Catalogs Begonium This plant community has more than one and a half thousand species that are distributed in the tropics around the world, except for Australia and Polynesia. There are especially many of these plants in South America and Asia. Begonias are represented by grasses, dwarf shrubs and shrubs, among them there are lianas and epiphytes.
Faucaria is a genus of succulent subtropical plants of the family Aizoaceae, native to South Africa. The name comes from the Latin word & 34;fauces& 34;, meaning & 34;animal mouth& 34;.Click on the photo or the name of the succulent plant for which you wish to see further information.Back to Browse Succulents by Genus.
FOCENA SPINIPINNE (Phocoena spinipinnis) Note 1 SCIENTIFIC CLASSIFICATION Wood: AnimaliaPhylum: ChordataSubphylum: VertebrataClass: MammaliaOrder: CetaceaSuborder: OdontocetiFamily: PhocoenidaeGenus: PhocoenaSpecies: Phocoena common: 1.80 kg life: not known Sexual maturity: when they reach about 1.5 m in length HABITAT AND GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION Phocoena spinipinnis, known as spinipinne porpoise, is found only along the coasts of South America, starting from the southern part of Brazil, to continue along the coasts of the 39; Uruguay, Argentina, Chile and Peru.