Indoor trees

Abutilon (Latin Abutilon) - "shade-giving" or indoor maple is named so for the similarity of its leaves with maple leaves. It is also called the “rope-man” because in India the fibrous mass of abutilones is used to make burlap and ropes. Abutilon Mill (genus of abutilones) has about 100 species of shrubs of the Malvaceae family in tropical and subtropical zones of the Earth.

Brief description of cultivation

  1. Bloom... Blooms in February and fades in November.
  2. Illumination... Needs a lot of bright diffused light and protection from direct sunlight.
  3. Temperature regime... In the spring-summer period - from 22 to 28 degrees, in winter - around 16 degrees. Please note that Scherzer's anthurium in winter should be at a temperature of 12 to 14 degrees.
  4. Watering... During the growing season, the soil mixture in the pot is moistened abundantly, immediately after it dries ½ part in depth. At the end of the growing season, the bush is watered moderately.
  5. Air humidity... Should be increased - about 90 percent. Experts advise, systematically rinse the leaf plates with a damp sponge or soft cloth, and also spray from a spray bottle. Also, expanded clay or pebbles should be poured into the pallet and a little water should be poured.
  6. Fertilizer... In the spring-summer period, the plant is fed once every 15–20 days, using a mineral complex for this, while the dosage should be half the amount recommended by the manufacturer. Also, foliar feeding is carried out every 10-15 days.
  7. Dormant period... From mid-October to early March.
  8. Transfer. The best time to transplant is February and March. However, from April to August, the flower can also be transplanted, but only in an emergency. While the bush is young, it needs frequent transplantation (once a year), and more mature plants are subjected to this procedure once every 2 or 3 years.
  9. Earth mixture... Well breathable and loose. Composition: peat, turf soil and chopped sphagnum (2: 1: 2).
  10. Reproduction... By cuttings and seed method.
  11. Pests... Scabbard, aphids and spider mites.
  12. Diseases... Anthurium can get sick due to stagnation of water in the substrate, lack or excess of fertilizers in the soil mixture, violations of the rules of care or inappropriate conditions.
  13. Properties... The plant contains poison.

Interesting varieties

Variety name, short description Photo
Green Apples - a variety with very interesting, greenish flowers
Crimson Star - a variety with white and red flowers
Ministar - low-grade with white and blue flowers
Flore Pleno - golden-flowered terry aquilegia
Pink Bonnets is a very interesting variety with delicate pink flowers
Helenae - blue-white hybrid
Mc Kana Hybrids - hybrids of various colors with large flowers
Winky Double Red White - low varieties with double flowers
Silver Queen - golden-flowered eagle with white flowers
Nivea is a variety of the common catchment area with white flowers
Maxi - variety with yellow flowers
"Nora Barlow" Nora Barlow - a variety of the common eagle with pink flowers with a white edge
Black Barlow - a cultivar with purple flowers
Red Star - a cultivar with red and white flowers
Yellow Star - yellow flowers
William Guinness - a cultivar with purple-white flowers
Cameo White - a variety of fan-shaped catchment with white flowers
Blue Angel is a fan-shaped catchment variety with blue flowers with a white center

Donbass trees photos and names


  • Acacia (5)
  • Birch (20)
  • Elm (8)
  • Hornbeam (7)
  • Oak (21)
  • Willow (17)
  • Maple (60)
  • Linden (10)
  • Alder (14)
  • Rowan (8)
  • Poplar (13)
  • Ash (11)

Many people know what deciduous trees are, but not everyone knows which ones are suitable for growing in the garden. The most common types of deciduous trees, their names, photos and descriptions will help you replenish your knowledge base.

About 60,065 tree species are known. According to the type of leaves, they are divided into deciduous and coniferous.

Interesting facts: 1. The tallest trees of the sequoia species, their height can be up to 115.55 m. 2. Baobab is the thickest tree in the world - it is 15.9 m in diameter. 3. Spruce growing in the mountains in the west of Sweden, considered the oldest tree in the world. She is about 9550 years old.

Each person, having a personal plot around a country house or summer cottage, dreams of making his garden original and unique. With the help of landscape design, unique gardens are created, in which ornamental shrubs and trees play an important role.

Growing and caring for ornamental plants requires a lot of work, but today we will enjoy their splendor and present the most beautiful trees for the garden. Below you will see decorative trees, their photos and names, which are considered one of the most beautiful and easy to care for gardeners.

Muraya paniculata, beloved by many, is valued for the delicate aroma of flowers blooming throughout the warm season and for the scattering of red berries that adorn the plant in this way.

They are unlikely to surprise in taste, but they are useful for heart diseases, along with flowers and leaves, they are used in folk medicine.



from spring to autumn, every 7-10 days

an integrated miner. or organic fertilizer

annually or renewal from seed

summer - + 22-24 degrees, winter - + 16-18 degrees.

without overdrying, in winter - moderate

from February to autumn, every 2 weeks, preferably organic. fertilizers

regular, soft, not cold water

summer - + 22-26 degrees, winter - + 12-16 degrees.

in summer - regular, plentiful, immediately after the topsoil dries, in winter - moderate

in spring and summer, 2-3 times a month, alternating miner and organic. fertilizers

regular, in the heat every day

annually in spring, plus pruning

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Growing passionflower blue, over time I realized what the plant needs for annual flowering.

In the spring-summer period, I take the liana into the garden so that it is in direct sunlight for at least 3-4 hours a day. It is advisable to keep passionflower in the room by the south window, but here you need a constant flow of fresh air. For the winter I put the liana in the glazed loggia of the south side, where the temperature at night is + 10-15 degrees, in the cold - at least +7 degrees.
During the period of active growth, I water the plant abundantly as the soil dries up, avoiding stagnation of moisture. In winter, I reduce watering, but I do not let the substrate dry out. Passionflower loves high humidity, so in the warm season I put the pot with the plant on a tray with wet pebbles and spray the leaves from a fine spray. In winter, there is a container with water next to the plant.

I prune the passionflower in early spring, shortening the central stem to 15 cm (from the surface of the soil) and the lateral branches - to 5-8 cm. Pruning inhibits growth, makes the plant more lush, and stimulates flowering.
Peduncles appear on young shoots.
To support the vines, I set a circle of thick wire in the pot.

In the spring, with the beginning of active growth, I feed the plant with superphosphate (according to the instructions). After 7 days I spray "Zircon" (growth and flowering regulator) - 1 ml per liter of water, after 2 days and another day - a drop per 100 ml. Then, before sending the vines to the house, I apply fertilizers for flowering plants - once every 10 days.

Gardeners ask themselves every year - when is it better to plant fruit trees and berry bushes, fall or spring. Each season has its own advantages and disadvantages.

Let's consider in detail why is it better to plant trees in autumn, when and how to land at your summer cottage.

Caring for indoor vines at home

All varieties of vines require support. They need to crawl up to feel comfortable. Most species are evergreen, perennial cropsthat do not differ in exacting care. In winter, the stems are almost bare.

  • antennae
  • based
  • cornealizing
  • curly.

For indoor breeding, the latter representatives are more often chosen, since you can always give them bizarre shapes. A support, a stand will help in this. But the design will only be beautiful if the flower is properly looked after.

Location and lighting

A common mistake when breeding vines at home is to expose them to direct sunlight. They have a detrimental effect on the development and condition of the plant, often leaving burns on the foliage. Better to put the flower in the shade... But this does not apply to cissus, ceropegia, scindapsus, syngonium.


The culture must be provided with a constant supply of fresh air. Airing will help prolong flowering... For winter, the recommended temperature is not lower than 15 degrees... During the growing season, the optimal regime is 20-25 ° C.


An important part of grooming is watering. The procedure is carried out in the evening.... In no case is waterlogging allowed. You can check the condition of the soil on the top layer. Water the vines with settled water at room temperature.

Air humidity

Vines need daily hydration. Not only watering is used, but also spraying with a spray bottle. It is necessary 1-2 times a week to wipe the foliage from dust with a damp cotton swabso that the plant can breathe freely.

The soil

The soil type is chosen fertile, light, with a neutral reaction. For some types of vines, a slightly acidic environment is allowed.... Loosening is carried out with sticks. This helps to increase the nitrogen flow to the root system.

Top dressing and fertilizers

The introduction of fertilizers takes place as needed. You can use store-bought mixtures. But it is better to make your own special soil preparation. For this, humus, sod and leafy soil are combined in equal proportions.

As a top dressing, organic substances are suitable - mullein (proportions 1 to 10 with water) or mineral organic matter.


The transplant procedure is similar to transplanting. A liana is pulled into a tub of larger volume together with the ground, then sprinkled with soil to the desired level... This must be done carefully to prevent injury to the plant.


Lianas need a skeleton to help shape them. Wall and pot supports can be used. The crown is often self-forming. If this does not happen, then the plucking procedure is carried out.


For intensive growth of side shoots, lianas need pruning and entwining around the support. Fixation takes place with clothespins. Unnecessary tendrils of vines are removed immediately, as the plant will change the direction of growth. Old shoots are cut in half. This helps you branch better.

Reproduction of indoor vines

The reproduction process takes place with the help of an apical cutting. It is cut from an adult plant. Since most of the representatives of the liana family are owners of an aerial root system, planting in the ground is carried out immediately after cutting.

A soil mixture of three components is made for a young plant, which improves rooting. There is also a method for germinating vines with seeds, but this option is extremely rare. At home, only 50% of the seed is effective.

All representatives of climbing plants are the best means of decorating a room. You can use vines to decorate gazebos, facades. You need to choose species that will calmly tolerate drought, increased humidity and direct sunlight.

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