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 Types and varieties of irises for garden plots: moisture-loving and dry-loving, rhizome and bulbous

Types and varieties of irises for garden plots: moisture-loving and dry-loving, rhizome and bulbous

Irises are very popular garden perennials with bright, unusual flowers. Their flowering, depending on the species, can last from mid-spring to mid-summer. Variety of garden irises Most irises are rhizomatous plants, only a few species, allocated in a special group, form bulbs.

 Motoblock or shovel - what is the best way to plant potatoes?

Motoblock or shovel - what is the best way to plant potatoes?

Everyone knows how to plant potatoes, at least in theory. It would seem that what can be difficult in this process - dig a hole, throw the potato and cover it with earth, and then it will sprout by itself. No watering, no special care when growing potatoes is required, only weed and huddle once.

Amorphophallus photographs

Amorphophallus photographs

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Hardy Magnolia Varieties – Learn About Zone 6 Magnolia Trees

Hardy Magnolia Varieties – Learn About Zone 6 Magnolia Trees

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterGrowing magnolias in zone 6 climates may seem like an impossible feat, but not all magnolia trees are hothouse flowers. In fact, there are more than 200 species of magnolia, and of those, many beautiful hardy magnolia varieties tolerate the chilly winter temperatures of USDA hardiness zone 6.

Propagating Oak Trees – Learn How To Grow An Oak Tree

Propagating Oak Trees – Learn How To Grow An Oak Tree

By: Jackie CarrollOak trees (Quercus) are among the most common tree species found in forests, but their number are declining. The main cause of the decline is the value of acorns and young saplings as a food source for wildlife. You can help the tree recover its former glory by starting and planting oak tree seedlings following the instructions in this article.

Celosia

Celosia

Cellosia (Celosia), also called cellosia, is a representative of the amaranth family. However, more recently, this genus was part of the Haze family. The name celosia comes from the word "kelos", which is translated from Greek - "burning, flaming", this is due to the shape and color of the inflorescences, which outwardly resemble the tongues of flame, painted in different colors.