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Any flower culture at the end of flowering requires some care and attention, since it is during this period that the buds of renewal are laid. Irises are no exception. What to do with faded irises The number of mandatory procedures for caring for irises after the wilting of flower stalks includes the following measures: removing weeds and loosening the soil; regular moistening; top dressing; division and transplantation; preparation for wintering.

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How to get rid of mosquitoes and midges in the country Miscellanea

How to get rid of mosquitoes and midges in the country

Mosquitoes and midges - like a tablecloth! After a long winter, the long-awaited summer has finally come, the summer season and the time for outdoor recreation. Warm sun, summer wind, lush greenery, abundance of vegetables and fruits. And who can remain indifferent to this wonderful time of the year? But, as you know, "the coin has two sides", and all the delights of summer relaxation can spoil the accompaniment of mosquitoes, midges and other annoying animals.

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How to use organic fertilizers correctly. Part 1

To always be with the harvest Among gardeners and vegetable growers there are many who do not know how to use organic fertilizers. Accidental use does not give the desired effect, or even can be dangerous. The proverb says: & 34; Decay is the mother of vegetation & 34 ;. She is good at noticing the meaning of soil fertilization. The Indians of the American continent a thousand years ago fertilized the soil with fish, the peasants of the countries of Asia and Europe, at the dawn of agriculture, improved fertility with various household waste.

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Removing Rose Suckers – Tips On How To Get Rid Of Rose Suckers New

Removing Rose Suckers – Tips On How To Get Rid Of Rose Suckers

When you hear the word suckers, the first thing that comes to mind is most likely that sweet treat enjoyed from childhood. However, in the rose bed, suckers are ornery growths that spring out of the hardy rootstock of grafted rose bushes, just below the grafted knuckle union. Keep reading to learn more about sucker growth on roses.

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Fuchsia Plant Varieties: Common Trailing And Upright Fuchsia Plants Miscellaneous

Fuchsia Plant Varieties: Common Trailing And Upright Fuchsia Plants

By: Liz BaesslerThere are over 3,000 fuchsia plant varieties. This means you should be able to find something that suits you. It also means the selection can be a little overwhelming. Keep reading to learn about trailing and upright fuchsia plants, and the different types of fuchsia flowers.Fuchsia Plant VarietiesFuchsias are actually perennials, but they’re quite cold sensitive and are grown as annuals in a lot of areas.

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Holly leaves red Information

Holly leaves red

Question: Holly Good morning I need some information regarding the holly variety. May I know how many varieties exist and if there is one with green foliage with a red border?

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