Honeysuckle (Lonicera) got its name in honor of the medieval German botanist Adam Lonitzer. He himself wanted to call her a honeysuckle, because in those days, decorative species of honeysuckle or honeysuckle were common. In total, about two hundred lonisers or goat leaves are known. These are unpretentious, winter-hardy shrubs with delicate flowers and beautiful fruits, some of which are edible and extremely useful.
Many people like grapes because it is juicy, sweet, refreshing. This is not to say that it contains many vitamins, but it is very tasty. Today we will tell you about what kind of grape varieties do happen, how they differ, as well as some other features. Kishmish This grape is both white and black (blue-black).
Many sources say that the landscape style appeared in the XVIII century in England. According to history, the English naturalists-naturalists created new cultural trends from the East, which ultimately affected the literature and painting of the country. It turns out that there was a major cultural explosion, which led to the emergence of new views on the world of landscape design.
Gimnem Sylvester (forest, ordinary) has been successful in Indian medicine for more than one millennium. Evergreen vine, similar to a vine, is a powerful homeopathic immunomodulator that allows people to maintain an active lifestyle all year round. Botanical description of the forest Gimnema (Sylvester) Gimnem (synonyms for the hymnem, the gymnemus, goodmar, lat.
Good evening) There is fresh chicken manure, I know, peppers and eggplants love it, but how to breed it so as not to burn the plants? Who does how? Thanks for the answers in advance) Tags: Diseases, Greenhouses 397 views | 05/31/2016 20:41 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?
A mooring is an equipped facility for mooring floating equipment for various purposes. When the first moorings appeared, it is not entirely clear: for a long time they were adjacent to unequipped berths, if the boat can be pulled ashore by hand. Most likely, they began to be erected in those cases when the ships had weight and cargo, as well as with an unstable coastline: for example, if there are tides or seasonal fluctuations in the area (floods, monsoons).