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Professional Tree Removal – When To Call Tree Cutting Professionals
Professional Tree Removal – When To Call Tree Cutting Professionals

By: Teo SpenglerWhile many homeowners take a DIY attitude toward treetrimming, the practice of pruning your own trees isn’t always safe orappropriate. Tree cutting professionals are arborists trained in pruning,cutting back, or removing trees safely.When can you work on a tree yourself and when should you payfor professional tree removal or pruning?

Getting Green Pumpkins To Turn Orange After The Pumpkin Vine Dies
Getting Green Pumpkins To Turn Orange After The Pumpkin Vine Dies

By: Heather RhoadesWhether you are growing pumpkins for a Halloween Jack-o-lantern or for a tasty pie, nothing can be more disappointing than a frost that kills your pumpkin plant with green pumpkins still on it. But never fear, there are things you can try to get your green pumpkin to turn orange.Harvest the green pumpkin – Cut your pumpkin off the vine, making sure to leave at least 4 inches (10 cm.

Hellebore Plant Types – Growing Different Hellebore Varieties
Hellebore Plant Types – Growing Different Hellebore Varieties

By: Mary Ellen EllisHellebore varieties are numerous and include a range of colors and even double petals. This pretty little flower is a great choice for many gardens, not just for the many varieties, but also because it blooms when most other flowers are done or have yet to start for the year. For an extended blooming season in your garden, choose one or more of these types of hellebores.

We begin to prepare indoor plants for winter: work plan for September
We begin to prepare indoor plants for winter: work plan for September

Before the onset of the cold season, you need to take care of indoor decorative flowers. Events in September will help plants adapt to low temperatures and make it easier to care for them in winter.

Managing Compost Odors: How To Keep An Odorless Compost Bin
Managing Compost Odors: How To Keep An Odorless Compost Bin

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistCompost is an inexpensive and renewable soil amendment. It is easy to make in the home landscape from leftover kitchen scraps and plant material. However, keeping an odorless compost bin takes a little effort. Managing compost odors means balancing the nitrogen and carbon in the material and keeping the pile moderately moist and aerated.

Indoor species and cultivation of faucaria
Indoor species and cultivation of faucaria

According to the horoscope, the zodiac sign Scorpio (October 24 - November 22) corresponds to Dracaena (dragon tree); wicker ginura (crocodile); common oleander; snow-white dope; the stocks are variegated; aloe cap-shaped; prickly mine grate; desert cacti: aporocactus lash-shaped, Cereus of Perun, Sylvester's chamecereus, Gruson's echinocactus, Strauss's cloestocactus, golden yellow lobivia and famatima, geometric mortillocactus, Berger's prickly pear; faucaria is tiger.

Gray mold or botrytis (Botrytis cinerea) - Who it is, how it lives and how to fight it
Gray mold or botrytis (Botrytis cinerea) - Who it is, how it lives and how to fight it

PESTS AND DISEASES OF PIANTEMUFFA GRIGIAoBOTRITECLASSIFICAZIONEDominio: EukaryotaRegno: FungiDivisione: AscomycotaSottodivisione: PezizomycotinaClasse: LeotiomycetesOrdine: HelotialesFamiglia: SclerotiniaceaeSpecie (in sexual form): Botrytis cinereaSpecie (in sexual form): Sclerotinia fuckelianaCARATTERISTICHE GENERALILa Botrytis cinerea, commonly known as botrytis, is an aerobic fungus very harmful that colonizes all plant tissues, releasing enzymes that destroy plant cells, until the complete maceration of the tissues with consequent death of the plant.

 7 natural fertilizers that will replace manure
7 natural fertilizers that will replace manure

Manure is a popular organic fertilizer that is widely used in rural areas. It is not always convenient for urban gardeners and truck farmers to use it. Quality manure or humus is often difficult to buy. In this article, we will tell you about ways to replace the popular fertilizer. Liquid fertilizer Liquid fertilizer from cut grass is a budgetary, safe and effective way to grow garden and vegetable crops.

Afelandra: home care, reproduction and transplant, photo
Afelandra: home care, reproduction and transplant, photo

Houseplants Published: Last revisions: Afelandra, or aphelandra (Latin Aphelandra) - a genus of flowering plants of the Acanthus family, common in tropical regions of America. The name of the genus is formed from two roots of the Greek language, means "simple man" and explains the presence of simple unilocular anthers in plants of this genus.

How to properly transplant grapes to another place in the fall
How to properly transplant grapes to another place in the fall

Grapes are famous not only for their amazing taste of fruits, but also for their properties useful to the body. Therefore, gardeners are happy to grow this crop on their backyard plots. At first glance, grapes are an unpretentious culture, but a number of questions arise during the cultivation process.

How to properly water tomato seedlings
How to properly water tomato seedlings

Tomatoes are a very common, popular and healthy crop. There is not a single summer resident and gardener who would not be engaged in growing tomatoes. The experience of growing this vegetable crop suggests that the abundance and quality of the future tomato harvest directly depends on the proper care of the seedlings, and in particular on watering.

Information About Mukdendia
Information About Mukdendia

Home › Ornamental Gardens › Foliage › Archive for MukdendiaGet Started What Are Mukdenia Plants: Tips On Caring For A Mukdenia PlantBy Teo SpenglerGardeners who are familiar with Mukdenia plants sing their praises. Those that don& 39;t ask, & 34;What are Mukdenia plants?& 34; These interesting garden specimens native to Asia are low-growing plants with stunning maple-like leaves.