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Tomatoes grade "Mushroom basket"
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Tomatoes grade "Mushroom basket"

Svetlana Andreevna is interested in: “I would like to know more about the mushroom cultivar tomatoes: how to grow, what problems can you encounter?” "Mushroom basket" - a variety with large fruits, whose mass reaches 500 grams. The shape of the tomatoes is ribbed, color red. Tomatoes are actively used for salads, for stuffing, as a table decoration, have excellent taste in both baked and fresh.

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Gooseberries in the country: how to get a crop of fresh and juicy berries

We all know what gooseberries are. Each left a lot of childhood memories when we cut off gooseberry bushes and enjoyed greenish, sweet and sour berries or fruits of honey taste, when the crop perespet a little. Now it remains only to plant gooseberries in their own country house and provide him with appropriate care in order to again enjoy the aroma and taste from childhood.
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The beauty of wildlife - landscape style in landscape design

Many sources say that the landscape style appeared in the XVIII century in England. According to history, the English naturalists-naturalists created new cultural trends from the East, which ultimately affected the literature and painting of the country. It turns out that there was a major cultural explosion, which led to the emergence of new views on the world of landscape design.
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Phlox: a fragrant placer in your area

Russian phlox breeders are far ahead of the Dutch and breeders from other countries. They annually present many interesting seedlings which, having stood the test of time, become well-known varieties. Phlox selection: development history The main domestic phlox breeder is P. G. Gaganov.
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Spirea Wangutta: Snow Avalanche of Flowers

Spirea Wangutta is an ornamental shrub that is often used to create landscape compositions. This plant with shoots leaning to the ground and generously decorated with snow-white “clouds” of inflorescences will decorate any site. Despite the unpretentiousness of spirea, its cultivation requires compliance with certain rules of planting and care.
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Proper grape care throughout the year

We have already talked about grapes, more precisely - pruning a plant, but this is far from the only method of caring for a beautiful shrub with sweet fruits. Let's continue the conversation and try to get to know better the ways to increase the yield, proper care of the crop, and also consider a special vineyard calendar created by specialists.
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Prevention of coniferous diseases: shute, rust diseases

Coniferous plants do not lose their attractiveness for a long time and can be pleasing with their appearance for many years, located throughout the summer cottage. Such plants can be not only a decoration of the territory, but also an excellent material for creating all kinds of wood compositions. Such trees are distinguished by longevity and uniform appearance all year round, but like other plants, they can suffer from pests and various diseases.
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Barberry in the garden: varieties and features of cultivation

Barberry (Berberis) - a tree-like shrub with thorns from the Barberry family. It has impressive roots. The leaves are large, leathery, but more often - regular or simple. In many varieties of shrubs, foliage acquires a purple hue in the fall. The plant has fragrant flowers of small size and yellowish color, collected in inflorescences.
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Growing greens in a greenhouse

Parsley, dill, green onions - all this is necessary for us all year round to prepare tasty and fragrant food. Any gardener and summer clerk have repeatedly thought about building a greenhouse and selected crops that can be grown in it. There are really a lot of them, but today we would like to talk specifically about greenery.
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Industrial greenhouse design: where to start

A considerable number of successful summer residents who have experience working with greenhouses dream of industrial scale in order to be able to grow a variety of greenhouse crops, not only for their own consumption, but also for profit. Undoubtedly, one, two or even three small greenhouses will not be enough for this; here it is necessary to build an industrial structure that will have the necessary resources and equipment, and also be able to grow a large number of plants on its territory.
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Growing lobelia in the country

Lobelia is an annual slow-growing plant that belongs to the bellflower family. It differs in creeping development and flowering in blue, which is very rare for plants. This fact is very popular with summer residents, and therefore lobelia is often enough present in personal plots, in the form of decoration.
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The beauty of the lupins in every flowerbed

Lupine (Lupinus) is a plant from the legume family (Fabaceae) and is represented by both annual and perennial herbaceous plants, as well as shrubs and shrubs. At present, perennial varieties are grown most often in summer cottages and urban flower gardens in open ground. Garden lupins are unpretentious, and their cultivation is quite affordable for beginner gardeners.
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How to choose a ladder for the pool

When installing a frame or simple inflatable pool at the summer cottage, as well as starting the construction of the capital pool, you should definitely take care of its comfort and safety. A mandatory element that provides these criteria is a quality staircase for the pool. How to choose a similar staircase, what to look for and what mistakes to prevent, you will find out right now.
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Climbing Roses: Southern Beauties in Your Garden

When choosing roses for planting in the country, pay attention to climbing roses. They are one of the most popular for vertical gardening, indispensable for landscape design, perfectly combined with a variety of architectural forms. For the most part, climbing roses are grown in regions with a warm and mild climate, in other cases special warming for the winter period will be required.
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DIY salt cultivation

Soleirolia is an ornamental plant, a distant relative of the common nettle, which was openly discovered in the 19th century by the explorer Soleirol, and his name was immortalized in this name. Salioli, or another name, helxina, is a genus of plant that is found in the wild in shady, rocky and humid places on the islands of Mallorca, Corsica and Sardinia.
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Mulching the soil and choosing material for mulching

Mulching - covering the soil near trees, shrubs, plants with a black film, a layer of organic materials (straw, weathered ground). We observe mulching of the soil in nature at every step. In the forest, leaves cover the soil in autumn under trees and shrubs. The needles fly around the pines and cover the sandy soil.
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Moody beauty Wanda: growing rules

Orchid Wanda is considered one of the most moody plants, but it can be tamed at home. Having found a common language with her, you will enjoy the lush inflorescences and regular flowering for a long time. General characteristics of the type of Wanda Orchid just look wonderful in the photo. In nature, plants can be found in India, Asia, China.
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Secrets of growing hydrangea garden

Hydrangea is a beautiful flowering shrub, popular among gardeners in the world. The scientific name HYDRANGEA comes from the Greek "hydor" and "aggeion" - respectively, "water" and "vessel". The genus includes 35 species that grow in East Asia, South, North America. Why is hydrangea so named? The history of the name of the flower is quite interesting and connected with the participants of the 1st round-the-world French expedition led by Louis-Antoine de Bougainville.
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Garden Chrysanthemum: Flower of the Sun

Chrysanthemum is one of the most "large" representatives of the Astrov family. This grassy plant in nature has nearly three dozen annual and perennial species, and in the garden culture it is completely represented by hundreds of various varieties and varieties. The flower was cultivated already 2.5 millennia ago, and archaeologists have found confirmation of this.
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