There are but a few things that come to the top of your mind as soon as you think about the country of Canada.
It seems that you can't travel too far down any given road in Canada without being reminded of these 3 things.
Hahaha! Seriously, I'm not joking. I took this picture last night on our way home from the sugar maple woods.
The truck's tail-gate is painted to represent our country's flag which has a red maple leaf, dead centre in the middle of it. Plus, there's a few hockey sticks and a collection of shovels sticking out of the truck's box.
Grab your rubber boots and your winter coat so that you can join me in the middle of the woods as we forage directly from a mature stand of sugar maple trees!
An update on how much tilling the girls have done in only a week, also come see our greenhouses!
I’ve been doing some spring gardening planting some onion starters and clearing out some of the blackberry bushes. I’m planning on putting in an asparagus bed right on the edge of the blackberry hedge. There is good drainage there and I think they might do well.
The herb garden had died back a lot in the winter but everything seems to have survived at least. The onions were getting eaten faster than they were growing so I decided to put in a bunch more. It was very inexpensive for a big handful of starters so I thought it was worth doing.
The parsley keeps coming back like a weed so I pulled some of that out and cleared off some of the grass and weeds to get a nice additional area for the onions.
I decided to try it. 4 types of substrate, a couple of moss species, lichens, indoor ferns
At first everything was actively green. But after about 3 weeks, the battle for survival began. It is worth noting that, of course, solar rays are of decisive importance. Where more sun gets - there is more active photosynthesis and from that side of the flora is developing more actively. The second photo in a year. It can be seen that the lichens died (not surprisingly), sphagnum mosses took the leading place, Kukushkin flax on the second. A certain mushroom came out.
It is worth noting that it looks pretty.
cucumber plants that I planted a few days ago have started to grow, today I am ready watering new cucumber plants.
I must always be watered cucumber plants if necessary, because if the water shortage cucumber plants can not grow properly, this is a routine maintenance process
My goal post this photo, to share, My experience gardening with your.
you can see the development of my spinach plants in the photo below. I hope you like it
Anemone coronaria is widely grown for its decorative flowers. There are approximately 150 species of Anemone. These flowers are also commonly called “windflowers”, and this second name is derived from the Greek word which means “the wind’s daughter”. The Anemone can be red, blue, purple or white. The color blue is the color of trust and responsibility. Blue is one of my favorite colors and the anemone is one of the flowers that find place in my terrace ... White, red, blue and purple .... very generous in blooms. Very nice to take pictures with these flowers that have a thousand details to be discovered.
photo by sard@rt
Photo by sard@rt
photo by sard@rt
Life should be more than modest.. such as palm seed that can grow and be useful for anything ...
COCONUT FLOWER, like the flowers of other kinds palmae, has two characteristics, alias separate male and female flowers place. Pollination and fertilization of coconut flower naturally, by wind, insects or humans. Monocotyledoneae plant flowers, typically is plural or in the flower panicles, there are more than one. While the trunk is not true or false stem and root fibers. The interesting thing is, the coconut flower or other palmae, it is also beautiful ...
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Hi folks! So, I'd really rather be posting about GARDENING!! But alas, Spring (and I'm talking to YOU, MARCH!) is doing the proverbial
Come in like a lion...
So what to do on a rainy day? Go to the new Whitney Museum, of course! For those of you not familiar, it's a fantastic new museum space for the Whitney located in the Meatpacking area of Manhattan. Mostly modern art and exhibits and a few interactive exhibits. A great day in Mahattan, to me, is going to the Whitney and then walking up the Highline (a post about the Highline for another day).
These photos are from a visit to the Whitney a week ago..
Looks like my husband standing behind this umbrella, but well, it's just a pair of legs !
Below is actually my husband sticking his head up into what can be described as 'endless outerspace'.
Our old lemon tree is full of delicious sicily lemons. It is time the lemons to crops. I'm looking forward to making delicious Lemoncello.
Unser alter Zitronenbaum ist voll mit leckeren Sizilianischen Zitronen.Es ist Zeit die Zitronen zu Ernten.Ich freue mich darauf daraus leckeren Lemoncello zu machen.
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Look buddy, kecombrang will be used as ingredient complement to cooking Gulei Pliek Ue, one of the famous vegetable in Aceh, in addition to vegetable ingredient, kecombrang have many benefits for our health..
Kecombrang (Etlingera elatior) is one type of herb-shaped herb, flower and also has a fruitful and seeding. Kecombrang is one type of herb-shaped herb, flower and also have a fruitful and seeding.
The hallmark of kecombrang is simple, the tree is almost the same with ginger and galangal with a height up to about 5m. On leaves arranged neatly in two rows alternate, flower-sha
Gone are the days that they were seen as inferior or looked down as poor gardeners plants, now they are the new hip on the block.
Succulents are excellent for dry areas as they are structured to retain water in hot climates and arid soil. They come in a beautiful array of colors and some produce exquisite flowers. You can grow them between rocks, looks great in pot plants, you can even plant them in teacups and birdcages, basically they survive anywhere you can possibly imagine. The are very adaptable, comes in different sizes, easy to grow, they multiply, loves sunshine but can live without and the list is basically endless.
Here are some photos I took of succulents in an older more established garden.
They can grow in rock with very little soil.
They form a lovely pict
We grow watermelons in the Leningrad region for only two years, the climate is not very favorable, but the greenhouse helps out very much! Now you will not be surprised by tomatoes of different colors, but watermelons are not inferior in any way to their variety!
Last year we had 11 yellow varieties, 4 orange, 3 white and 12 red.
Source - http://pikabu.ru/story/nashi_arbuzyi_v_leningradskoy_oblasti_4104026
I accidentally left a spinach plant is to grow to flowering, for I took the seeds from the flower spinach and I will make it as a new crop seeds
by producing their own seeds I do not need to buy seeds again, with this it can save costs, interest spinach plants that are old nantik will I pick and I will dry in the sun to dry, then I will detach to take my seeds
My goal post this photo, to share, My experience gardening with your.
You can see the photos below, I hope you like it
Some people think that planting chili must have a special land use, and maintenance is complicated. Here I only use a used paint cans as cropping media. then I put it in the back of my home kitchen. so no need to bother thinking about land.
How to plant very easily. that is :
The pepper plant care is easy, keep the water demand, especially during the dry season. Additionally pepper can also be exposed to pests such as caterpillars, aphids. spray using natural pesticides / organic if the pest attack.
The time required from start planting until harvest time depend
Attract these beneficial insects to your organic garden, and take advantage of this natural pest control source.
When organic gardeners think of wasps, they often think of the conspicuous mud daubers and paper wasps that build their nests on homes and garden structures. We know these wasps are beneficial, but they can also behave aggressively during the summer months. However, the Hymenoptera order includes a diverse group of wasps that divide their time between nectar rich plants, where they act as pollinators, and garden pests, which act as incubators for the wasps’ young.
You can reap the benefits of these beneficial bugs by learning how to identify and attract them to your organic garden. If certain pests plague your garden, you can even buy specific species of parasitic wasps from organic gardening supply companies to aid you in your biological pest control efforts.
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|http://i.imgur.com/GYwbJ5Z.jpg||THIS IS THE BEST QUALITY COFFEE, BUT COFFEE IS NOT EASY to GROW SO IT MUST BE PLANTED THE DISTANCE BETWEEN TREES WITH ONE TREE WITH THE OTHER 12 METRES MINIMUM AND ANY KIND. UNLIKE THE COFFEE LEVEL 3 , THAT ONCE I POST A FEW DAYS AGO, THIS COFFEE IS ONE METRE 50 CENTIMETRES COULD HAVE FLOURISHED, WHILE THE COFFEE LEVEL INTHIS ONE, THE PUBLIC GENERALLY DOES NOT INSTILL BECAUSE IT REQUIRES EXTENSIVE ACREAGE. AND THE FRUIT WAS NOT AS MUCH AS COFFEE LEVEL THREE.|
Today I visited a plant nursery mango. There are 3 pictures I want to share
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