Question: old wild lemon in pot, born from lemonade seed ca. 30 years ago, used to endure the Milanese winter, beautiful, robust but full of thorns and obviously without a fruit. Is it still pluggable? Could I have advice and do the homework? Elho green basics, Planter table, Living black, XXL Price
Flower gardens To set up beautiful flower gardens, depending on the size, various types of plants can be used, namely: - trees (ornamental or fruit trees) - bushes - herbaceous plants - evergreens - climbing plants These are plants from the ground , adaptable to the climatic conditions, to the luminous exposure and to the external soils, which have very different needs from those of indoor plants.
Question: parasites For some time now, in my garden, small, almost red, thin, pink worms about two centimeters long nest beneath the surface of the ground and near the root in the center of the heads of salad. in a few days the head withers and the plant dies. What can I do to eradicate this parasite and what product can I use?
Quinoa Quinoa is an annual herbaceous plant, or biennial, native to South America, where it develops in particular on the Andean highlands, therefore in particular climatic conditions. Quinoa belongs to the chenopodiacee family, meaning it is related to spinach (to cite a plant we know well), and its small seeds are consumed; it is not a cereal, but a pseudocerelae, as it does not produce flour from quinoa seeds.
Main features of the aloe Aloe (also known as aloe vera, aloe, desert lily, burning plant, elephant gall, aloe barbadensis) is a plant that adapts very well to indoor environments; It has been known since ancient times for its innumerable beneficial properties.
Roof garden The construction of a roof garden can give very fascinating results and is a great way to have an original and comfortable environment. The vegetables to choose for the construction of a roof garden can be: - medium-sized or small trees - shrubby plants - climbing plants - evergreen plants - flowering plants Before deciding which varieties to introduce into the roof garden, some preventive considerations must be made, and that is: - extension of the area - exposure to light - climatic conditions - types of containers available and their dimensions - types of soil - coexistence between plants.