Category Archives: Plant families

Using watering and spraying equipment

You will inevitably spend a large portion of your gardening time making sure that your plants have an adequate supply of water. Before purchasing any watering equipment, consider your requirements carefully, and always remember that water is a precious resource … Continue reading

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Winter maintenance for plants

Winter maintenance tasks will depend on the severity of the local late and the kind of plants you grew. If you live in a marginal climate, which occasionally experience hard winters, you will probably be tempted to grow slightly tender … Continue reading

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Cobaea scandens, a slow start, perennial climber

When I lecture on annuals, Cobaea scandens there is always an element from. It is a plant, both in the garden and during lectures often admired. Cobaea scandens is a climber from Central America. Of the total 18 to 20 … Continue reading

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Trees adorn streets, roads and gardens in towns and cities

But where the tree fits in what situation? How high a [Woodland (England)] certain tree species and especially how wide? What special effect is a garden of any kind to do? And is that tree it once, then the question … Continue reading

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Weeding

Every gardener faces an ongoing struggle against unwanted plants-weeds—that always grow much more vigorously than those that have been carefully selected. Whatever your style of gardening, you will spend some time weeding.There is no real definition of a weed except … Continue reading

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Feeding edible plants

When you are growing edible plants with very specific needs, the feeding program must be both well considered and balanced. In general, edible plants need particular nutrients at specific stages oi development, especially when producing fruit.In spring, supply your edible … Continue reading

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Plant "pick-me-ups"

In addition to regular feeds, you will also need plant “pick-me-ups’ I mm time to time. These boost plant vigor at certain times, such as during the I lowering or fruiting periods. They are the plant equivalent of a vitamin … Continue reading

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