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Useful flowers for the vegetable garden

Useful flowers for the vegetable garden

For those who make a vegetable garden it is very useful to grow flowers, not only because they are beautiful to see and allow you to experience a pleasant environment between colors and scents. Flowers are precious because they help to create a balanced ecosystem rich in biodiversity. By designing the organic garden, it is necessary to provide spaces dedicated to flowers and aromatic herbs, you can think of creating borders or a central flowerbed or even sowing flowers scattered among the vegetables .

Prepare the nettle macerate

Prepare the nettle macerate

Among the natural insecticides, one of the most important for the family garden is the nettle macerate, because in addition to being completely organic it can be self-produced very simply, with great economic savings compared to the pesticides that are on the market. spontaneous grass very common and very easy to recognize, which is why they are an easily available ingredient to make an organic and economical pesticide, which does not require a license for use.

Maintenance of the brush cutter

Maintenance of the brush cutter

A brush cutter can be used to remove unwanted grass, scrub and bushes at the edges of the vegetable garden or garden without resorting to chemical weeding. The duration and correct operation of the tool depend as much on the type of brush cutter chosen as on the care taken in the maintenance and cleaning of the machine.

Sedum Acre Care: Growing The Goldmoss Stonecrop

Sedum Acre Care: Growing The Goldmoss Stonecrop

Sedum acre SEE-dum AK-REE the goldmoss stonecrop is a low growing, perennial flowering, evergreen succulent plant.Its known by several common names:Mossy StonecropGoldmoss SedumBiting StonecropWallpaperThe Goldmoss Stonecrop is native to Europe but also found in Turkey, North America, Japan, and New Zealand.

Growing Rieger Begonia: How To Care For Elaitor Begonia Plants

Growing Rieger Begonia: How To Care For Elaitor Begonia Plants

The Elatior Begonia ee-LAY-tee-or be-GON-yuh aka Rieger begonia belong to the Begoniaceae genus, the sixth-largest flowering plant genus in the world.The plant (begonia x hiemalis), a hybrid created by English plant breeder James Veitch in 1883. Two popular begonia species were used in the cross – Begonia socotrana and a tuberous begonia.

Growing in partial shade: which vegetables can be used

Growing in partial shade: which vegetables can be used

Not all land benefits from full sun: there are plots facing north and perhaps shaded by plants or buildings. In most gardens, either for the shade of a tree, or near the hedge, there are areas where the sun's rays only arrive at certain times. These somewhat shady lands can still be cultivated, the important thing is knowing how to choose the crops suitable for less sun, so let's see below which crops can be grown in the shade.