Tag: Plants Reproduction

How To Plant And Care For Scilla

Scilla belongs to the family of Asparagus, although earlier it was referred to as Lilein or Hyacinth. Growing scilla Scilla landing Thanks to its unpretentiousness, Scilla is a welcome guest in alpine hills, rockeries and all kinds of flower gardens. Many use Scilla for forcing under the New Year, planting […]

How To Plant And Care For Portulaca

Surprisingly delicate exquisite flower won the gardeners with its unpretentiousness and naive beauty. Being popular in Europe as early as the Middle Ages, today in many European countries Portulaca grows as a field weed breeding self-sowing. Despite this circumstance, for many gardeners, Portulaca is a welcome guest in a flower […]

Tomatoes From the Seed to the Grown-Up Seedlings (Part 1)

Growing tomatoes is a very exciting process. Especially if you do it from scratch, starting with the selection of seeds and ending with the collection of ripe fruits. This publication will be useful primarily for gardeners-beginners who are just taking the first steps to their own harvest. However, experienced summer […]

How To Plant And Care For Poppy

Quivering petals of poppies excite the imagination. This fiery flower was well known in ancient Rome, where it was still successfully used in medicine. Poppy is a herb belonging to the Poppy family. Poppy is perennial, biennial and annual. In total, about 100 species grow in nature. Single flowers of […]

Caryopteris: Botanical Reference, Cultivation and Care

Caryopteris is a perennial deciduous shrub.Now caryopteris belong to the genus Lamiaceae, and was formerly assigned to family Verbenaceae. I have long looked closely to them, but could not choose the type and variety. Everyone knows that on the Internet to describe the different species and varieties often use the […]

How To Plant And Care For Echinacea

Having met, once with Echinacea, you will never be able to forget her exquisite bright flowers. That’s what happened to me. I saw her by chance, in the garden of one grandmother, and at the same moment decided — this flower should settle in my flower bed. And having learned […]