Uzbek pigeons have long won the sympathy of breeders all over the world. Once upon a time on the territory of modern Uzbekistan, which was considered a kind of oasis, there were peoples, many of whom were engaged in breeding pigeons. The experience and skills of breeders have been passed down from generation to generation, and today Uzbek pigeons are the envy of many lovers of these birds.
Gardeners are always trying to find the perfect variety of a particular vegetable to grow annually. It must be versatile, disease and virus resistant, and taste great. Carrots are no exception. Among this popular root vegetable in our country, there are varieties that you want to grow again and again.
Ornamental apple trees with small apples are popularly called paradise. They are very popular lately because of their always elegant look - bright pink or raspberry flowers are replaced by colorful leaves, and from mid-summer to winter you can admire the bright apple fireworks. The shape of the crown of trees is also diverse - weeping, compact, sprawling, columnar, etc.
The most popular additional ingredients in the preparation of honey mushrooms are potatoes and sour cream. The taste of this delicacy is familiar to everyone from childhood. You can cook honey mushrooms with potatoes and sour cream in various ways. Depending on the recipe, the taste and texture change. This makes it possible to diversify the everyday table in the mushroom season.
Tomato Honey Salute is a relatively new variety, bred in 2004. Tomatoes are suitable for erection in open beds and under a film cover. The bicolor fruit has such a sweet pulp that it is used as a dessert and in fruit salads. Subject to the rules of growing from 1 sq.
The tomato is a native of South America, where it grows wild as a perennial vine. In more severe European conditions, a tomato can only grow as an annual, if not grown in a greenhouse. The Italian name for the overseas curiosity pomo d'oro and the original Aztec "tomatl" through the French tomate gave the same names in Russian for this berry: tomato and tomato.