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Dwarf apple tree
Dwarf apple tree

Novice gardeners today are increasingly choosing apple trees that are grown on dwarf rootstocks, they are also called dwarf apple trees. The fact is that such an apple tree does not cause trouble to care for, and it is also very compact and therefore takes up very little space. Plus, such plants begin to bear fruit already in the third year after planting in open soil, they need less nutrients, and even those areas where groundwater is relatively high are suitable for planting.

Natural Halloween Decorations – Grow Your Own Halloween Decorations
Natural Halloween Decorations – Grow Your Own Halloween Decorations

If you love Halloween and design the perfect décor annually, try planning ahead and grow your own Halloween decorations. Pumpkins are the most obvious and traditional, but there are more fall décor plants that can contribute to the spirit of the season. Even some indoor spooky plants can translate the feeling of Halloween with their weird appearance and surprising abilities.

 How to understand which fungal disease has affected the lawn
How to understand which fungal disease has affected the lawn

Improper lawn care can lead to fungal infections. If this happens, it is necessary to start treatment of the ornamental grass as soon as possible. But first, it is important to determine the type of problem and the cause of its occurrence. Powdery mildew When powdery mildew appears, the grass is covered with a white coating that looks like crumbled flour.

Learn About The Care Of Burning Bush – How To Grow A Burning Bush Plant
Learn About The Care Of Burning Bush – How To Grow A Burning Bush Plant

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistGardeners who want a burst of crimson color in fall should learn how to grow a burning bush (Euonymus alatus). The plant is from a large group of shrubs and small trees in the genus Euonymous. Native to Asia, this large bush has a natural open form that shows well in borders, beds and even containers.

How To Treat For Dogwood Borer
How To Treat For Dogwood Borer

Though dogwood trees are, for the most part, an easy to care for landscaping tree, they do have some pests. The dogwood borer rarely kills a tree in one season, but if left unchecked, these pests can eventually kill a dogwood tree, especially a young dogwood tree. Keep reading to learn the symptoms of dogwood borers and dogwood borer control.

Sucks leaves
Sucks leaves

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The art of growing bonsai
The art of growing bonsai

Surely in flower shops or among the exhibits of specialized exhibitions, you have repeatedly admired the exquisite small trees. They are called bonsai. These plants are not only a pretty sight to the eye, but also a special art, and often the spiritual philosophy of those who grow them. What is the origin of this art and what types of bonsai are popular in our time?

Sunflower
Sunflower

The sunflower plant (Helianthus) is a genus of the Asteraceae family. Under natural conditions, such a plant can be found in Central and North America, as well as in Peru. Even the Indians began to cultivate sunflower, they used it in the treatment of fever, and in order to relieve chest pains, they also used such a plant to make bread, and from its petals and pollen they made raw materials for purple-purple paint, with the help of it the aborigines they got tattoos on their bodies.

Propagating Sand Cherry Trees: How To Propagate A Sand Cherry
Propagating Sand Cherry Trees: How To Propagate A Sand Cherry

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterAlso known as western sand cherry or Bessey cherry, sand cherry (Prunus pumila) is a bushy shrub or small tree that thrives in difficult sites such as sandy rivers or lake shores, as well as rocky slopes and cliffs. The small, purple-black fruits, which mature in mid-summer after the white springtime flowers have faded, are highly prized by birds and wildlife.

Small periwinkle is a good ornamental plant for your garden
Small periwinkle is a good ornamental plant for your garden

Small periwinkle, its synonyms are vinca, burial ground, Ivan da Marya (Vinca minor L.) is an evergreen ground cover plant. In our North-West, periwinkle is found mainly - only in culture, in nature - an invasive plant, as it easily runs wild. Vegetative stem - recumbent, branched with elongated internodes up to 100–150 cm long, rooting at the nodes.

Garden tractors
Garden tractors

The ride-on mower is essentially a small tractor: it is a rather used agricultural machine which, being in a reduced version, is used above all for rather limited grounds. of a smaller size.

Spider Mite Detection And Spider Mite Natural Control
Spider Mite Detection And Spider Mite Natural Control

By: Heather RhoadesSpider mites are one of the more common houseplant pests. Getting rid of spider mites is not always easy, but it can be done.Spider Mite DetectionBeing able to effectively kill spider mites starts with good spider mite detection. Good spider mite detection starts with looking at the plant.