In the process of caring for indoor plants, pruning will be a must. The bottom line is to remove branches and shoots. It promotes silhouette preservation, growth stimulation and rejuvenation.Pruning of old and dried organs is also included in sanitat..
When growing indoor plants, you must always be prepared for the appearance of pests. Pests - aphids, caterpillars, weevils, thrips, wood lice and so on.If an accumulation of pests is found, they should be removed along with a part of the plant. Then ..
From time immemorial, people have been engaged in agriculture. Every year the demand for vegetables, fruits and industrial crops is increasing.The fertile land generously endowed our ancestors with crops, but over time the situation has changed, and ..
Experienced gardeners have been preparing organic fertilizers on their own for decades.Harvesting compost, growing green manure, fermentation of slurry take a lot of time and effort.Not every summer resident agrees to introduce synthetic mineral fert..
What is peat?Peat is a dead bog vegetation, so its large deposits are formed on the site of ancient water bodies.Structurally, this geological formation is a homogeneous fibrous mass impregnated with water with plastic properties.The main characteris..
Gallery of cacti and succulents near Nikitsky Botanical Garden. Year 2013...
Photos of the beauty of the Nikitsky Botanical Garden. Photo by Vita Miroshnik. Olympus camera. Year 2013...
Nature has created many beautiful and useful plants. Her creations are perfect, and it is given to us to enjoy them, use their healing and even gastronomic properties!Indoor plants are created to delight our eyes, create comfort and harmony in the in..
Photos in the botanical garden. We continue to publish the works of the photographer Svetlana Galaychuk. Botanical Garden, 2008. Part 2. Sony DSC-H1 camera.Look for the beginning in the Botanical Garden, part oneIn the second part, you can look at pe..
Photos of flowers and trees. The photos reflect the beauty of wildlife and are made at a high level. Part 1. Works of the photo artist Svetlana Galaychuk. Sony DSC-H1 camera. 2008 year.See the continuation in the Botanical Garden, part twoAnd in this..
What is soil?Soil is the upper layer of the earth's crust, which was formed as a result of the destruction of the planet's rocks and the vital activity of microorganisms. Soil can be considered the living matter of the earth's crust, which gives life..
Photos of tulips. Pink, burgundy, monochromatic, striped, thin, thick: all this beauty appears to exist in nature. By the way, the high quality of the shooting made it possible not to "stretch" the photo in Photoshop - only 5 photos added brightness ..
Photos of exotic plants that can be grown in the apartment. Plants bear fruit with real fruits or leaves (like a laurel tree). Exotic plants can be placed on the windowsill and enjoy the vibrant flowers and delicious fruits. All plants can be purchas..
Photo of flowers. Part 2. 2012. Author: Natalia Markevich...
Photo of flowers. Part 1. 2012. Author: Natalia Markevich...
Photos of indoor and garden plants. Photo by: Vita Miroshnik.On the windowsill there is a cactus, obviously a popular variety, then tillandsia and some other succulent. In the corner there is a large two-meter palm tree. Next comes the indoor lily, t..
Kiev, Singing Field, exhibition of tulips. April 2012.Photos of tulips and tulip fields. Photo by Tatyana Dolgasheva. NICON COLPIX P500.Whole fields of tulips of the most incredible colors could be seen in the spring of 2012 at an exhibition that was..
Photos of garden plants. Author: Nadezhda Karpenko.Lilies, dahlias, roses, gladioli, chamomiles and many other flowers feel great in this well-kept garden. The gallery starts with a photo of lilies and dahlias. They are followed by roses, again lilie..
Photos of indoor plants. Author: Maria Khomich.The crassula (money tree) gallery opens, followed by indoor jasmine and young zamioculcas. Then a sapling of indoor bamboo, elephant yucca and dracaena massangeana. On the windowsill is chlorophytum, a v..
Photos of indoor plants. Photo credits: Vitaly Garashchenko, Lyudmila Garashchenko.The gallery opens with perhaps the most popular houseplant that many fans of home floriculture have - bordered dracaena (dracaena marginata). Then some fluffy catus an..
Photos of hippeastrum. Author: Nadezhda Karpenko.Great photos of this wonderful flower...
Photos: orchids, azaleas. Botanical garden, March 2011. Photo credits: Vladimir Simonov, Margarita Simonova.Very beautiful photos of orchids are replaced by azaleas of various colors: white, pink, red. The photographer also caught a handsome cactus a..
What is the optimal temperature for keeping indoor plants?The temperature of 18-23 ° C, which is maintained in living quarters, is optimal for most indoor plants. For a short time, many plants can easily tolerate temperatures slightly higher or lower..
Why do plants need sunlight?The process of photosynthesis is one of the most amazing processes in living nature. To produce chlorophyll, plants assimilate carbon dioxide with the participation of solar energy, which requires quite a lot. With a lack ..