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Sweet cherries boiled with walnuts are no longer jam, but just a luxurious delicacy. Even the mother-in-law ...


The tulip can be safely called the "king" in the spring flower bed. There are more than 150 types of them in the world. The advantages of tulips include not only a variety of shades and shapes, they also get along well with crocuses, daffodils, lilies of the valley and other types of plants.

Compositions of these flowers will turn any flower bed into a work of art.


Melon seeds (29)

Seeds of the most popular varieties and hybrids of melons, popular among professional farmers in Ukraine, giving high-quality fruits and high yields, well adapted to various growing conditions throughout Ukraine: in open ground, greenhouses, film tunnels. The presented melon seeds are the leaders among the varieties that exist today, which are grown throughout Europe. The fruits have excellent taste and marketability, high sugar content, equally good cultivation results, both in the south of Ukraine and in more northern regions. In this section, you can buy melon seeds at competitive wholesale prices.


Plant growing audio - garden and vegetable garden

Dreaming of an early harvest? We will show you how to achieve this.

We will tell you how to competently grow cucumber seedlings at home.

How to grow environmentally friendly, but healthy vegetables on your site?

Your young potato already at the beginning of summer is the dream of any summer resident!

To your attention - an overview of models of electric hoes and rippers, created to help all summer residents of the planet.

Briefly about the weather and the main works on the site in April.

A selection of annual and perennial flowers with flowering dates and seed sowing times.

What perennials should be planted in your flower bed so that they please with their flowering in the near future?

Is it possible to get a harvest of garden strawberries (strawberries) already in the year of planting?

How to determine the lack of vitamins in the body, and how to fix the situation?

Systematic care is a guarantee of health and lush blooming of your roses. Our rose grower calendar will tell you how to plan a rose care schedule.

The last days of winter are on the calendar. An active sowing campaign is about to start, and the happy owners of greenhouses can already see the first shoots on the window. Are you all set?

Make sure of this by downloading the latest release.

Everything about soil, seed preparation, seedlings, fertilizing, watering, treatment and shaping of bushes in one file.

Diagrams and tables with accessible and visual material.

Everything about planting seedlings, shaping the crown, feeding, watering, treatment and care in one file.

Diagrams and tables with accessible and visual material.

Everyone knows that the first greens can be harvested in May. What about cucumbers and radishes?

Let's talk about the most popular drugs that are used for spring garden processing.

Do you want the fruit to not get sick in summer, not break and give a good harvest? Then urgently in the garden, before the start of the sap flow, you need to do something!

How to help seedlings grow strong and healthy?

Let's talk about the most popular drugs that are used for spring garden processing.

10 helpful tips for growing strong, healthy seedlings.

We will tell you how to competently grow cucumber seedlings at home.

Dreaming of an early harvest? We will show you how to achieve this.

If you don't know how to preserve birch sap at home, see our selection of recipes!

See for yourself how many different dishes you can make with potatoes!

We understand what a Bordeaux mixture is and how to properly use it in the garden and vegetable garden.

March is approaching, which means it's time to take care of the safety of the garden - to protect trees and bushes from diseases and pests.

Tips for grafting trees in your garden in spring.

Everything you wanted to know about the most famous nitrogen fertilizer.

Berry bushes are among the first to wake up. So, it is impossible to delay spraying currant bushes in the spring - diseases and pests are not asleep!

Schemes, photos and videos of spring pruning of garden trees.

Correct pruning of roses in spring is the key to the rapid growth and lush flowering of the queen of the flower garden.

Simple and intuitive instructions for spring pruning of grapes.

Eat at night and even lose weight? It is possible, we will prove it to you!

Do you think the calendula on the site is just a bright annual? However, this plant can do a lot of benefits!

We understand what a Bordeaux mixture is, what it is used for and how to prepare it correctly.

Everything you need to know about how to properly plant edible honeysuckle on your site.

Natural and pharmaceutical remedies to protect seeds and soil from infections

"Fasco" is a formula of love for plants.

Garden Center Greensad

Garden video school "Shining"

It would seem that not so long ago you rolled up cans of pickled and pickled vegetables in the sweat of your brow, but now you have to think about what to do with your "surplus production".

Chicken broth and fried chicken - what more exotic can you make from familiar meat?

Why you should pay attention to soy wax candles if you care about your health.

What to play on cold winter evenings in anticipation of the start of the season?

17 variants of original Christmas trees that will create a festive atmosphere in your home.

Low maintenance, simplicity and naturalness are the three pillars of modern landscape design.


Vegetables and flowers with a long growing season are sown early, when daylight hours are still very short, for full growth they need additional lighting for at least 12 hours a day. In the dark, seedlings stretch out, lack nutrition and are more likely to get sick.

In the early stages, the nutritional value of the soil is not important, there is enough peat substrate, the main thing is that it is loose, and the roots have enough oxygen. Later, when the first true leaves appear, the seedlings are replanted with more saturated soil. If the plantings are individual, it is recommended to immediately use a specialized mixture for vegetables or flowers, or regularly feed the plants with complex fertilizers.


Books about growing plants at home and in the garden

Books on plant breeding at home and growing in the garden and in the country.
1. Dr. DG Hession "All about vegetables", Kladez - Bux, 144 p., 2005, 300 rubles.
Sold. 2. Popov, E.B. Garden and vegetable garden in the house. 1987.250 rub. Sold
3. Korchagin V. Protection of the garden from pests and diseases. M. Agropromizdat, 1987.320 p., Ill. solid. binding, regular format. excellent state
RUB 250
4. Sukhanova N.P. Home garden. Foreign experience. M. Agropromizdat 1990 88s .. Ill. Soft. binding, Regular format.
100 rbl
5. Blaze O.S. Fruit garden in the room. Garden of Eden series. M. OLMA 2002 31 s. cardboard (paperback) cover, enlarged format.
Features of breeding and growing fruit crops at home, practical recommendations for care: large-crested pineapple (cultivated pineapple), cultivated banana, grapes, pomegranate, melon tree (carica papaya), coffee tree, feijoa, fig tree (fig), chocolate tree (cocoa tree), home apple, sweet orange, lemon.
RUB 100
6. Smirnov N. Vegetable garden in the VDNKh room. 30 p., 1989, 100 rubles.

7. Davydov V.D. Councils for gardeners. Directory. 3rd ed., Rev. and add. Donetsk Donbas 1989 188 p., Ill. hardcover, regular format.
RUB 200
8. Tavlinova GK Flowers in the room and on the balcony. L. Kolos 1982 192 p., Ill. Paperback, Regular format.
250rub
9. Ganichkina, O.A. Councils for gardeners. Mos. slave. 1988, 157 p.
RUB 200
10. Strizhev A. N. Your productive area :. M .: Knowledge, 1990. 256 p. cover, reduced format.
RUB 150
11. Melnikova A.I., Orekhovskaya M.V. Protecting vegetable crops from pests and diseases. Moscow worker 1988 240s. Paperback, reduced format.
RUB 150

12. Semenov D.V. Your favorite cactus, Series: Living world around us, Publishing house: Fiton +, 2001, p. 176
200 rbl
13. V. N. Gapon, N. V. Shchelkunova, True and False About Cacti. Practical advice on growing, caring for and protecting against pests and diseases
Series: Flower Kaleidoscope, AST, Astrel, 2001, 160 p.
250 p.
14. Vorontsov V. Houseplants. New care guide. M. Fiton + 2003.288s. tv per.
RUB 300
Sold. 15. Porubinovskaya, G.V. Palms, 2001.250 rubles. Sold.
Sold. 16. Encyclopedia of indoor plants Bykhovets S.L., 2006,
RUB 350 Sold.
17. Yvonne Reese, Rosemary Titterington, Growing Aromatic and Medicinal Plants, Book (2001), Cron-Press 104 pp., Enlarged format.
RUB 250

More detailed information (photos of pages with content, etc.) can be sent to e-male.
Call from 12 to 23 hours. I do not answer SMS. I can deliver free of charge to the metro Borisovo or Alma-Atinskaya.


Plant growing audio - garden and vegetable garden


It is impossible to imagine our table without vegetables and potatoes. They are the most important component of the diet of both the academician and the carpenter. Vegetables - a pantry of carbohydrates, protein, organic acids, vitamins, mineral salts, enzymes, and other essential nutrients. Of particular value are vitamins, which are either almost absent or present in small doses in other products. Do not rely solely on grocery stores and markets, start your own vegetable garden. Especially if you want to have fresh vegetables straight from the garden. The secrets of growing vegetables are not that difficult. Diligence, perseverance, curiosity, ingenuity will help you overcome all difficulties and become a real vegetable grower.

So, advice from specialists and experienced gardeners.

To extend the season for the consumption of fresh vegetables, early, medium and late varieties are planted. The earliest harvests in the open field can be obtained from the cultivation of perennial crops (sorrel, rhubarb, perennial types of onions), as well as from winter sowing of carrots, beets, parsley, radishes and planting onions. Early vegetables of annual crops (lettuce, cucumbers, radishes) and onions can be grown in small greenhouses in the garden.

They accelerate the development of shelters made of film or glass without artificial heating in early spring. You can grow radishes under them. They can cover sorrel, rhubarb, onions, winter crops of beets and carrots.

Vegetable plants according to biological, botanical and economic characteristics, they are classified into homogeneous groups.

Cabbage plants. There are several varieties of cabbage: white cabbage, cauliflower, red cabbage, Savoy cabbage, Brussels sprouts, kohlrabi and leafy cabbage. Almost all types of cabbage are biennial plants. Only in the second year, the planted stalks with apical buds give seeds. Plants of this group are cold-resistant, require increased moisture supply, although they do not tolerate excessive moisture (especially long-term), they are demanding on soil fertility. Cauliflower, Chinese cabbage and broccoli under certain conditions form seeds in the first year of life and are annual.

Mid-season cabbage varieties are suitable for pickling, late varieties for pickling and long-term storage. Red cabbage is unsuitable for cooking, it is used fresh for salads. Cauliflower is good for boiling, roasting, and canning.

Roots. This group includes: carrots, parsnips, parsley, celery (umbelliferae family) beetroot (from the haze family) radish, turnips, turnips, rutabagas, radishes (cruciferous family) chicory (from the aster family). All root crops form seeds in the second year of life (when planted with an intact apical bud), with the exception of radishes and summer radishes, which give seeds in the first year. Without exception, all plants of this group are cold-resistant, require high soil fertility, moisture supply (especially in the period after sowing the seeds).

Bulbous plants. In this group, onions, leeks, perennial varieties of onions (multi-tiered shallots, batun onions) coexist. All these plants are cold-resistant. Onions and garlic contain many nutrients and vitamins. Onions are grown by seeds (nigella), sevkom (small onions 1.5-2.5 cm, usually obtained from nigella) and a sample (3-4 cm or more).

Fruit vegetables. Cucumbers, zucchini, squash, pumpkin, watermelons, melons (pumpkin family) tomatoes, peppers, eggplants (nightshade family). All these plants are very thermophilic and require highly fertile soils. Almost every year, in our conditions, to obtain these vegetables, it is necessary to use protective agents against frost and low temperatures.

Peas, beans and beans (legume family) also belong to the group of fruit vegetables. Unlike their neighbors, they can withstand low temperatures. Beans are somewhat more thermophilic than peas and beans.

Green vegetables. These are the familiar salad, dill, parsley, celery, watercress, coriander (do not be confused that we also included some of them in the group of root vegetables - remember the sayings about tops and roots), as well as other cultures that we almost not familiar and not cultivated in the middle lane. All of these crops are cold-resistant annuals, they are mainly sown with seeds.

Perennial vegetables. It is somehow unusual to call sorrel, rhubarb, asparagus, horseradish vegetables - but it is so. All these plants are frost-resistant, in one place they can grow from two to five years. Propagated by seeds and vegetatively.

Potatoes. Among vegetables it takes a special place, it is bred to obtain tubers. Potatoes belong to the nightshade family. Potato bushes are easily damaged by frost. Propagated mainly by tubers, but you can also propagate it by eyes, sprouts, dividing a bush and even seeds (this laborious work does not give the same effect as propagation by tubers).

Part garden plot that you allocate for vegetable crops should not be shaded. If possible, you should choose a free, well-lit area with the most fertile soil (if the soil is not very fertile, you need to patiently start creating it for many years). A common mistake of novice vegetable growers is the desire for a combined arrangement of crops, when vegetables and strawberries are placed among young apple and pear trees. As long as the trees are young, everything seems to be going well: the crowns do not shade the beds too much, there is enough light and food for vegetables. But trees quickly gain strength, grow, and then the intermediate crops fall into the shade, their yield decreases from year to year. Indeed, most vegetable crops and potatoes do not tolerate strong shading and the presence of roots of woody plants in the soil. Therefore, one of the main rules for complex gardening and horticulture - provide a place for each crop and take into account the need to subsequently carry out a competent change (alternation) of vegetables and berries. After all, a certain culture should be returned to its original place not earlier than after three years, and even better - after four or five years. To do this, you need to draw up a clear plan for the placement and rotation of crops.

The timing of the return of crops to their original place is roughly the following: cabbage - 3 - 4 years, carrots - 3, peas - 4 - 5, celery - 3, tomatoes - 3 - 4, cucumbers - 3, lettuce - 1-2, onions - 4 - 5 years.

The yield decreases especially sharply and the quality deteriorates with permanent cultivation of cabbage, beets, peas, tomatoes, cucumbers, and potatoes.

When plants are re-grown on the same soil, a decrease in yield occurs as a result of the release of physiologically active substances into the soil, which subsequently inhibit the same culture.

The most appropriate width of the beds is 1.2 m. Between the beds, paths 0.3 m wide are left. The creation of narrower beds is a waste of the land of the garden plot, wider ones - it makes it difficult to cultivate the soil, care for plants and harvest.


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