Tell me what about the apple tree? At first the leaves were light green, now brown. Tags: Pests 209 views | 07/06/2016 23:49 Last questions: There is a picture of moss, but I don’t know the name. Victor asked (at my place) Someone at the country eats red beet leaves and carrot leaves. Who is this? and how to deal with them?
To maintain their own health during the preparation of pancakes, it is recommended to replace oatmeal with wheat flour. This ingredient will provide the body with the necessary dietary fiber, useful elements, and also improve the digestion process, so such pancakes made from oatmeal are considered dietary. By the way, oatmeal does not change the taste of the dish for the worse.
Help, save! I got 2 lilies, and they rotted, what should I do? How to save? The roots are alive, and the top is soft, flabby. Tags: Plants 574 views | 03/30/2016 23:15 Last questions: There is a picture of moss, but I don’t know the name. Victor asked. At my cottage, someone eats red beet leaves and carrot leaves. Who is this?
Good morning everyone! Tell me, I was in the country, the garlic got out, but the tips are yellow, some are slightly dried. Why? What is missing? What to do? Tags: Vegetables 571 views | 04/15/2016 11:49 Last questions: There is a picture of moss, but I don’t know the name. Victor asked (at my place) Someone eats red beet leaves and carrot leaves in my dacha. Who is this?
I read in a local newspaper about cherries. It turns out that gardeners have lost interest in her, but once our places were the most cherry, and no one especially looked after cherries, she herself grew. Now it freezes, gets sick, blackens, dries up, etc. And I really want cherries! In Siberia, mom has annual crops, in spite of 40 degree frosts, but with us.
Spathiphyllum, or "female happiness," is an unpretentious indoor flower with a rich history. The name of the genus comes from the Greek "spatha" ("bedspread") and "phyllon" ("leaves"), which corresponds to the description of the appearance of the bedspread, which turns green as the houseplant fades. Many signs and superstitions are associated with this plant.