Malva silvestris (family Malvaceae) GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS Mallow, scientific name Malva silvestris L., belongs to the Malvaceae family and is a plant known since ancient times for its extraordinary properties. widespread in all Mediterranean regions up to 1300 m of altitude.
In ancient times, mushrooms have always been enveloped in a kind of magic and mystery and an object of popular beliefs, both because they seem to come out of nowhere and because of their dangerousness and hallucinogenic effect that some of them cause. According to a popular belief, the mushrooms that are born forming a circle are thought to be carried by the nocturnal dances of witches and gnomes; while in China a particular type of mushroom is a symbol of longevity and magic.
By: Susan Patterson, Master GardenerIf you’re in need of a good, easy-care plant that enjoys plenty of moisture, then growing lizard’s tail swamp lily may be just what you desire. Keep reading for lizard’s tail information and care.Lizard’s Tail InformationLizard’s tail plants (Saururus cernuus), also known as lizard’s tail swamp lilies and Saururus lizard’s tail, are perennial plants that can grow up to 4 feet (1 m.
SOUNDS EMITTED BY ANIMALS Sounds emitted by the & 39; orca The Orcinus orca of the family Delphinidae, known simply as orca, present in all the seas and oceans of the world, emits a great variety of sounds that echo in the depths of the sea. communicate between the different members of the family (pod), since they are animals that live in groups formed by the female, by the young, by sterile elderly females and an adult male.
Peru and Ecuador are considered the birthplace of tomatoes. The ancient Indians cultivated aromatic fruits for food and magical rituals. The tomato came to Russia at the end of the 18th century. Our great-grandfathers liked him no less than the Incas and Mayans. The tomato has been romantically called the "love apple". Planting a southern crop in polycarbonate greenhouses allows for a rich harvest.
Gooseberry Amber belongs to the well-known proven varieties. His berries are sweet with sourness and honey smell. It tolerates frost well. An adult bush is capable of producing a large bucket of berries. It has few thorns ... and many advantages. The history of the variety The gooseberry Amber was obtained by M.A.Pavlova in the 50s of the twentieth century.
A special package of electronic encyclopedias for summer residents. The package includes three programs: Your vegetable garden + Garden; Home Canning and Home Wine Making. Today, almost everyone has garden plots. Encyclopedia Your vegetable garden + garden will become your universal advisor in gardening business, reveal its tricks and wisdom, help to acquire certain skills in agricultural cultivation and protective measures for plant care.
Bulbous plant lily eucharis (Eucharis) is a member of the Amaryllis family. From Greek "eucharis" is translated as "graceful", it is associated with the beautiful flowers and foliage of this plant. It occurs naturally in South and Central America from Bolivia to Guatemala, while eucharis prefers to grow in the lower tier of humid forests in shaded areas.
Kalanchoe is famous not only for its remarkable appearance and unpretentiousness, but is also used for medicinal purposes. Any florist is familiar with this plant. Our article will tell you about an important "ritual" that gives your green friend the final sophisticated appearance - how to pinch a Kalanchoe. Step by step instructions at your service.
Melons have ripened in the cozy conditions of the veranda last season on our site, my husband Boris Petrovich implemented two of his new projects. I also want to tell about their results. The first dream project that he has been hatching for a long time: to use watermelon and melon plants as a design element.
Lilac is a vivid representative of flowering shrubs. The beautiful spring flowering of this plant never ceases to conquer people who care about the attractiveness of their garden, so the plant can be found in many summer cottages. In addition, these bushes practically do not require attention to themselves and grow well without any special care.
By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistLarge Victorian homes often featured solariums, open, airy parlors and conservatories as well as greenhouses. Plants were an important part of the interior decor with some Victorian era houseplants the overwhelming stars. The most popular Victorian houseplants of the day are still around today and can add a touch of old world elegance to your home interior.