By: Amy GrantThere are a number of storage cabbage varieties, but the StorageNo. This variety of storage cabbage istrue to its name and under proper conditions holds up well into early spring.Interested in growing Storage No. 4 cabbages? Read on to learn about Storage No.4 cabbage care.About Storage Cabbage VarietiesStorage cabbages are those that mature just prior to thefall frosts.
The mistake of many gardeners is growing peas without tying them to a support. This significantly reduces yields and complicates plant care. Trellis for a pea bed is not difficult to make with your own hands without significant cash expenditures. Why do you need a support for peas A pea is a plant with a lodging stem reaching a height of 45 cm to 250 cm.
March 2021 Published: Last revisions: March 12, Friday, 28-29 lunar day. The waning moon is in Pisces Recommended to sow, plant and replant any crops, including flowers, trees, shrubs and vegetables. Plant seedlings in the greenhouse. Cut and root cuttings. Prune bushes and trees.
By: Liz BaesslerAloes are great plants to have around. They’re beautiful, tough as nails, and very handy for burns and cuts; but if you’ve had an aloe plant for a few years now, chances are it’s getting too big for its pot and needs to be transplanted. Or maybe you live in a warm enough climate that you can grow your aloe outdoors and you’d like to divide it or just move it to a new spot.
This unusual perennial plant is popular with many flower lovers. It can be found both in a city apartment and in a private house, because the Indian onion grows both indoors and outdoors. People who are not indifferent to floriculture know this plant under a different name - tailed poultry farm.
Under the sign of CapricornAccording to the horoscope, the sign of the Zodiac Capricorn (December 22-January 20) corresponds to Dracaena deremskaya and fragrant, ficuses, elephant yucca, fan palms, silver and sickle-shaped jellyfish (& 34; money tree & 34; & 34; monkey tree & 34;), laurel noble, & 34; live stones & 34;, conifers.
By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterThere’s no two ways about it, August in the Southwest is scorching hot, hot, hot. It’s time for Southwest gardeners to kick back and enjoy the garden, but there are always a few August gardening tasks that just won’t wait.Don’t give up on your Southwest garden in August, but always save energy-draining tasks for early morning before the heat of the day.
By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterWhat is soapweed yucca? This distinctive member of the agave family is an attractive clumping perennial with grayish-green, dagger-like leaves that grow from a central rosette. During the summer, stout stalks lined with creamy, cup-shaped blooms rise 2 to 3 feet (1 m.
Grapes in my garden Already many gardeners-Petersburgers try to grow grapes on their acres, but the bulk of the owners of six acres are still frightened by this occupation and even surprised: how this southern culture can grow and bear fruit in our cold and capricious climate. Therefore, I want to tell about my at first not entirely successful, but now already a positive experience.
Arab Nativity We have already talked about many types of nativity scenes, but we have only mentioned the historical or oriental nativity scene; this, however, we can say, is one of the most traditional nativity scenes because it faithfully traces the place where Jesus was born. In fact, Bethlehem is known to all, it is located in the Middle East and therefore the settings that are usually used are, so to speak, poetic licenses that actually have very little to do with the historical origin of the nativity scene.
By: Heather RhoadesGrowing sage (Salvia officinalis) in your garden can be rewarding, especially when it is time to cook a delicious dinner. Wondering how to grow sage? Planting sage is easy.Choosing Edible Types of Sage PlantThere are many types of sage plant and not all of them are edible. When choosing a sage plant for your herb garden, choose one such as:Garden SagePurple SageTri-color SageGolden SageHow to Grow SageThe best place for planting sage is in full sun.
By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistTomatoes and potatoes are in the same family: the Nightshades or Solanaceae. While potatoes produce their edible product under the ground in the form of tubers, tomatoes bear an edible fruit on the leafy part of the plant. Occasionally, however, gardeners will notice tomato looking things on potato plants.