Safeguarding the seeds of your garden allows you to save every year on the purchase of seedlings, in addition to the great satisfaction of self-sufficiency. But it is also an act of ecological value, when it comes to maintaining ancient varieties that could be lost and therefore to conserve biodiversity.
Tomatoes are one of the most important crops in the garden, the protagonist of the summer season. Because of their diffusion they are often victims of some adversities, which can be caused by diseases, such as the feared downy mildew, or by harmful insects.Among the parasites that can affect tomatoes, the yellow noctua is among the most feared and if you don't know it directly, you may have seen the damage: do you know when tomatoes have large circular holes?
Tillandsia ionantha is one of the most colorful of the air plants, which are part of the genus Tillandsia from the Bromeliaceae family.The air plants are unusual, in that they can grow on almost anything without the need for soil.The ionantha air plant is native to Mexico, Costa Rica, Central America and parts of South America, and has become a popular ornamental plant throughout the world.
The spade is one of the fundamental tools for the horticulturist, it is used to move the soil to be cultivated in depth, so that you can then make the vegetable garden on a soft and permeable soil. Various types of spades exist in businesses, see here below how to choose the tool that best suits your needs.
Chionodoxa Kye-oh-no-DOKS-uh is a genus of bulbous perennial plants belonging to the Asparagaceae family along with Agave and Sansevieria.Known by its common name, Glory of the Snow, this plant is native to the eastern Mediterranean, particularly Turkey, Cyprus, and Crete.Chionodoxa species are very similar to the plants from the Scilla genus.
Growing asparagus in raised garden beds provides perennial asparagus plants a secluded spot for controlled growing conditions.It allows for undisturbed growth each year. A raised bed isolates the seed and crops from invasive weeds and grasses. With shallow roots Asparagus don’t compete well with weeds.