Balsam Fir Nana: Planting and Care Various plants are used for landscaping. Fir balsamic Nana - a great option for such a case. This evergreen conifer is part of the pine family.
Birch Schmidt. Features of birch wood Schmidt How many interesting things exist in our plant world! What unusual, amazing trees grow on Earth! And one of them is called Schmidt's birch.
Small-leaved linden, main varieties, planting and caring for it In Europe, as well as in the regions of East Asia, such a persistent and productive tree species as the small-leaved linden is common.
Extraction of birch sap. Time, place of collection, storage and medicinal properties of birch sap. Birch sap is a clear liquid that flows from cut or cracked trunks and birch branches under the influence of root pressure.
Eucalyptus. The healing properties of a unique tree Eucalyptus is a large-sized, fast-growing tree. They attribute it to the family of myrtle. Eucalyptus leaves are used for medicinal purposes.
Colonious trees: varieties, features of care and reviews. Colony-shaped fruit trees. Colony-shaped fruit trees Many city dwellers are looking forward to the first warm days after winter.
What a linden tree looks like, how it blooms In the middle of summer our forests are filled with honey aroma, and the air is hummed by bees. It bloomed Lipa - mother, nurse and keeper of the Russian land. Lipa - one of the most revered trees of the Slavs.
Red Maple: Planting and caring for a tree Old Maple knocks on the window and waves its branches in a friendly way, inviting us to go outside and enjoy the surrounding beauty.
English oak: photo and description of planting and care Botanical name: English Oak (Quercus robus), Common Oak, genus Oak, family Beech. Motherland of English oak: Europe, Crimea, Caucasus. Lighting: photophilous. Soil: wet, fertile.
Birch (indoor plant): planting, care, breeding Home plants give the dwelling a very special atmosphere, enliven the rooms and make you feel closer to nature.
Purple willow Nana in landscape design Today there are about 170 subspecies of willow. Its Latin name is Salix. This tree is cold-loving and has come to us since the time of the Cretaceous period. Willow actively grows in the northern regions.