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Broccoli: nutritional and healing properties

Broccoli: nutritional and healing properties

Broccoli is both a culinary specialist and a doctor It resembles a cauliflower, but only the head is green or purple in color. In German & 34; brown kopf & 34; - brown (brown) head. Outwardly, it looks like an elegant green flower. In broccoli, the central head and the heads of the lateral shoots are used, cut off from the tender part of the stem.

Parsnip growing - Pastinaca, parsnip pest and disease control, parsnip care and harvesting - Sowing parsnip - 2

Parsnip growing - Pastinaca, parsnip pest and disease control, parsnip care and harvesting - Sowing parsnip - 2

Features of growing parsnips and the use of its harvest Podzimny sowing is done only with dry seeds, and sown in late autumn (November 5–20) in such a way that the seeds not only do not germinate, but also do not swell until the soil freezes. Spring sowing should not be done very early, in too damp, cold soil, as the seeds, without sprouting, can rot.

Integrating Vegetables And Herbs Into The Xeriscape Garden

Integrating Vegetables And Herbs Into The Xeriscape Garden

By: Nikki Tilley, Author of The Bulb-o-licious GardenXeriscaping is the process of choosing plants which are compatible with the water conditions of a given area. Since many herbs are native to the hot, dry, rocky regions of the Mediterranean they are perfectly suited for a xeriscape design. The point is to minimize the amount of watering in your herb garden by approximately 30-80 .

Cultivation and reproduction of euonymus

Cultivation and reproduction of euonymus

Read the previous part. ← Types of euonymus Spindle tree is an ornamental plant with interesting foliage that changes color during the season Value of spindle tree species In ornamental gardening, all types of spindle tree are valued for their interesting properties: they have a beautiful crown, which, thanks to small oppositely planted leaves and rather dense branching of shoots, creates an original mosaic of foliage.

Information About Strawberry Spinach

Information About Strawberry Spinach

Get Started Growing Strawberry Spinach: What Is Strawberry SpinachBy Liz BaesslerStrawberry spinach is a bit of a misnomer. It is related to spinach, but its berries share little with strawberries. Their bright red color and accompanying leaves make for an excellent accent in salads. Learn more about growing strawberry spinach here.

Turtle Shell

Turtle Shell

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