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Garden

Peking cabbage cabbage: growing at home

In recent years, residents of cities have a fashionable hobby - growing different green crops on the windowsill. We must frankly admit that this occupation can cause a lot of unnecessary trouble, but at the same time it brings with it an incomparable pleasure from contemplating the appearance in your eyes of a new life in the form of green growth.
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Recipes

Zucchini lecho for the winter: recipes

Many housewives are very fond of zucchini, because they are easy to prepare and can be combined with a lot of other ingredients. By themselves, zucchini has a neutral taste. Because of this, they easily absorb the aroma and taste of other components of the dish. These vegetables can be cooked in a variety of ways.
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Garden

Grapes Beauty of the North

The Grapes of the North grape was obtained by domestic scientists during the over-pollination of the varieties Tayfri pink and Dawn of the North. The alternative name of the variety is Olga. According to the description of the variety and photo, the grapes of the Beauty of the North are distinguished by early ripening and good taste. The variety is used both in fresh form and for winemaking. Characteristics of the variety Description of grapes Beauty of the North: earlier ripening; growing season 110-115 days; vigorous bushes; high rate of ripening of shoots (up to 95%); winter hardiness up to -26 ° С; large, weakly dissected leaves; light green thin leaf plate; bisexual flowers of grapes; conical loose bunches; bunch weight 250-500 g
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Household

How to care for bees

Care of the bees to someone may seem simple - it's insects. The beekeeper doesn't need to do anything at all, only to pump out honey at the end of the summer. Someone will say that it is easier to deal with animals than an incomprehensible colony with its own laws and biorhythms. But in beekeeping, as in any business, has its own pitfalls and its secrets.
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Flowers

Anemone care in autumn

The name of the flower anemone is translated from Greek as "daughter of the wind." Sometimes it is called simply anemone. Perhaps this is due to the fact that with any vibration of the air the petals begin to tremble, and the peduncles sway. Anemones will decorate any garden, they will be appropriate in flowerbeds, and some species look good with solid plantings under the trees.
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Flowers

Anemone Koronchataya: landing in the fall, photo

Species crown anemone native to the Mediterranean. There it blooms early and is considered the queen of the spring garden. We can achieve anemone flowering at the beginning of the season by sprouting the tubers at home and only by the onset of steady heat by planting a flower in a flowerbed. If from the very beginning the castellated anemone was cultivated in the soil, the first buds will appear not earlier than the middle of summer.
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