The two-color tea-hybrid rose Dolce Vita was bred by foreign breeders and has long become a universal favorite in many countries. It is this variety that is used to decorate festive halls, design celebrations and wedding bouquets. Variety description Dolce Vita rose description corresponds to the general characteristics of all tea hybrid varieties.
Who has experience, share! Planted in the fall a seedling of a tulip tree. I wintered well, in the summer I got sick with some misfortune, we decently burned it with copper sulphate. Now it looks more or less, 2.5 meters high. I don’t know how to form his crown. Do I need to pinch or let myself grow in different directions.
Hello. I am interested in one problem - how to get hyacinth seeds and grow an adult plant from them. I have been engaged in floriculture for a long time. I have a lot of all kinds and varieties on the site, but most of all I like bulb plants - they usually have large and bright flowers. I especially enjoy the hyacinths.
Usually the sultry days of the outgoing summer delight not only with the weather, but also with a huge amount of ripening vegetables and fruits. These include plums, grapes, apples of late varieties and much more useful and very tasty. Naturally, the first thought is how to prepare all these goodies for the winter? This will be written in detail in the article.
The problem begins in late spring and early summer. Spider web twigs, which are colonies, appear on the trees. This pest is a white American butterfly. Actually the question is - how to prevent this from happening? Who is fighting like that? 580 views | 09/06/2017 03:36 Last questions: There is a picture of moss, but I don’t know the name. Victor asked (at my place) Someone eats red beet leaves and carrot leaves in my dacha. Who is this?
Mushrooms growing on the bark of trees or on stumps have different morphologies and can be assigned to different botanical categories. And while the symbiosis of the fungus and the tree by mushroom pickers is perceived quite calmly, including the honey agaric parasitizing on fallen trees, other types of mushrooms growing on the trunk are most often a priori classified as inedible by "quiet hunt" lovers.