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Galerija. Rasadnik baštenskog cveća -Trajnice Perene Začini Puzavice Vodene biljke Heuchera. Tech Project Management. Rasadnik Bogdanović. Prodaja sadnice voca i lozni kalemovi. Internet Agro Portal... Hidroponika. Gardening Ideas: Cinnamon makes a great rooting hormone substitute! (All Things Plants) How to Grow Asparagus. If you love asparagus and want to grow some yourself, waste no time in getting started.

How to Grow Asparagus

Even with the best of care, an asparagus bed won't hit its stride for several years. But once that happens, the bed will produce an abundant crop of spears spring after spring for at least the next 20 to 30 years. In the old days, gardeners were told to prepare an asparagus bed by digging an 18" deep trench and then backfilling it with a mix of compost and soil. Thanks to plant breeders at Rutgers University in New Jersey and elsewhere, today's improved varieties of asparagus are less work to plant (6" to 12" deep is adequate) and produce almost twice as many spears per plant. The production increases are due to the fact that these hybrids are all-male cultivars, so no energy is wasted producing seeds. All About Pumpkins - Learn How to Grow Pumpkins - Basic Information. Growing Pumpkins Growing a pumpkin is easy, fun and rewarding.

All About Pumpkins - Learn How to Grow Pumpkins - Basic Information

On our farm, our approach is a bit different than what you might read on the back of a seed packet or on other internet sites. It isn't nearly as hard as some instructions make it sound. Below you will find a wealth of basic information so you can learn all about growing pumpkins. What to plant: How to grow lemon fruit trees in containers. Update: Visit our latest citrus joy: Kishu Mandarin Tree !

How to grow lemon fruit trees in containers

After a visit to Sorrento Italy in April of 2000, we were immediately smitten with all the wonderful lemon trees adorning the Italian coastline. All throughout Amalfi and Sorrento we saw gorgeous scenes of Sorrento lemon trees in terra cotta pots adorning house fronts, store fronts and cobblestone alley ways. We knew right there and then we wanted something equally picturesque in our backyard. So, we planted a lemon tree in a container! Tips for Planting Your Favorite Bulbs. Thumb Tack: Grafting 101. Grafting is essential to growing good fruit, and this video shows you how to do it.

Thumb Tack: Grafting 101

Unlike veggies, you can't plant fruit trees from seed. If you do, it's kind of like rolling the genetic dice. Sometimes, you'll get a delicious fruit with all of the attributes we enjoy. And indeed, this is how people developed varieties like the golden delicious apple. But most of the time, fruit trees planted from seed produce small, oddly shaped, mealy, or sour fruits. For those of us that would rather get our orchards established before experimenting, grafting is a simple solution. How to Grow Garlic. Soil preparation: Garlic will tolerate some shade but prefers full sun.

How to Grow Garlic

While I've seen cloves sprout in gravel pits, garlic responds best in well-drained, rich, loamy soil amended with lots of organic matter. DIY Hanging Garden. I have had these really beautiful mercury glass bottles that are meant for hanging candles, but once the votive was inside and lit, you could barely see the inner glow.

DIY Hanging Garden

I really love the idea of a hanging herb garden (see others here) so I finally created my own! How To: Self-Watering Seed Starter Pots. Untitled. Companion Planting With Vegetables and Flowers - Organic Gardening.

Each spring, I grow legions of onions and shallots from seed, and my biggest challenge is keeping them weeded.

Companion Planting With Vegetables and Flowers - Organic Gardening

Last year, I planted pinches of arugula between the short rows of shallots, and the leafy, fast-growing arugula smothered any weeds and showed remarkably little damage from flea beetles, which often plague it. The arugula was ready to harvest just when the shallots needed room to grow. In a eureka moment, I realized I had discovered a vegetable companion-planting partnership I could use year after year to make my garden healthier and more productive.

The idea of “companion planting” has been around for thousands of years, during which time it has become so besmirched with bad science and metaphysics that many gardeners aren’t sure what it means. 5 Foods You Can Grow From Leftovers. Looking for yet another way to get more from your garden?

5 Foods You Can Grow From Leftovers

How about regrowing vegetables from the leftover bits and pieces? Reduce, reuse and recycle in your garden with these five foods that you can keep growing (and regrowing) even after you've gotten a good meal or two out of them. Did you know that you can regrow celery from the leftover stalk stub? It's true. Just take a freshly cut bottom (the whole stub), soak it in warm water overnight, then plant it (cut side up) in fertile soil.

Whether you already grow ginger in your garden or have a few fresh nubs from the grocery store, it's possible to plant what you have and recycle your ginger roots. Not sure what to do with those couple of tiny garlic cloves that you can't be bothered to peel? Tired of throwing away all of those crazy-shaped ends from your garden-grown sweet potatoes? It just got even easier to grow green onions. How to Grow Brussels Sprouts. Growing Brussels sprouts is like growing tiny, snack-sized cabbages on miniature palm trees.

How to Grow Brussels Sprouts

A cool-season crop that's relatively easy to grow, Brussels sprouts are nutritious, cruciferous (Brassica oleracea / Cruciferae) vegetables related to kale, cauliflower, broccoli, and (of course) cabbage plants. But, while its pedestrian vegetable cousins grow on the ground in plump, round balls, Brussels sprouts grow on huge, crazy stalks that can tower over other fall vegetables. If you're ready to give growing Brussels sprouts a try, remember that there are two main varieties: late-maturing cultivars that are taller and easier to harvest and early-maturing dwarf varieties that take up less space but are harder to harvest.

Here are some quick-and-dirty tips for growing Brussels sprouts in your garden: Plant seeds 1 inch deep and 3 inches apart, and space plants in rows 24 to 36 inches apart. How to Grow Cauliflower. If you're looking for another fall vegetable to plant in your garden, consider growing cauliflower (Brassica oleracea / Cruciferae).

How to Grow Cauliflower

Gardening 101, How To Grow Cucumbers, How To Process Cucumbers, And Medicinal Properties Of Cucumbers. Your cucumbers will need a lot of attention, but given the proper care you will be able to harvest large amounts of cucumbers. Six cucumbers will produce enough cucumbers for a family of four through out the summer. Cucumbers require warm weather and they will mature quickly so they can be grown almost anywhere. Cucumbers grow from seed in 55 to 60 days. Tips for Growing Great Carrots.

October 4th, 2011. Stone Fireplace Picture Gallery...Unique Designs To Rock Your World! The images in our stone fireplace picture gallery are designed to rock your world (well, almost)! Featuring some of the most unique stone fireplaces we've discovered to date, they defy the laws of conventional design. Chiseled, carved and stacked in unusual patterns, shapes and forms, they are crafted from a wide and varied assortment of stone types ranging from sandstone to soapstone!

Freestanding Sandstone Fireplace Above By Canyon Landscape, Durango, Colorado (Photo Credit: Scott DW Smith) Traditional or contemporary, for indoors or out, the fireplaces pictured here did not "escape" the artistic vision of their creators to exceed the limits of conventional design. Landscaping ideas with stone: Pondside retreat < 50+ landscaping ideas with stone. Growing Watermelons — Tips From Experts at Willhite Seed - Grow It Blog.

If you are thinking about growing watermelons this summer, you should check out Willhite Seed Inc. This seed company based in Poolville, Texas, has been specializing in watermelons for over 90 years. They currently offer 51 watermelon varieties! — 22 open-pollinated varieties and 29 hybrids. Here are a few tips from the good folks at Willhite on growing this dee-licious fruit: * Watermelons ordinarily are planted early in cold soils. * Young watermelon seedlings emerge over a longer period of time (up to three weeks) than those of most other crops. . * Good-quality mature melons are firm, fresh and attractive in appearance with good color. * Color may vary from deep solid green to gray, depending on the variety. * Ripe watermelons will have a dull rather than a shiny surface and the underside of the melon will be yellowish in color or beginning to turn from a white or pale green to light yellow. * The flesh of a cut ripe watermelon should have a fresh, firm texture and bright color.

Vegetable Gardening / growing cabbage. Pruning Tomatoes. Side stems affect plant vigor As a tomato grows, side shoots, or suckers, form in the crotches, or axils, between the leaves and the main stem. If left alone, these suckers will grow just like the main stem, producing flowers and fruit. Suckers appear sequentially, from the bottom of the plant up. The farther up on the plant a sucker develops, the weaker it is, because the sugar concentration gets lower as you move up the plant. On the other hand, side stems arising from below the first flower cluster, although stronger, compromise the strength of the main stem. I keep tomatoes free of side stems below the first fruit cluster. A magical space < Great Garden Paths.