Many gardeners in the northern regions dream of growing walnuts. But even if it is possible to grow a tree to a more or less adult state, then it is almost impossible to get mature fruits from it. The Manchurian nut, which feels rather well in the north of the middle zone, right up to the Arkhangelsk region, and in the Urals, and in Siberia, will serve as a good alternative to it.
Vinegar blanks are not welcome in every family. Some can not eat it for health reasons, some adhere to a healthy diet. In both cases, the vinegar is excluded from the diet. Therefore, the recipe of tender squash caviar without vinegar for the winter is very popular.
Zucchini is a favorite and popular vegetable. There are a lot of possibilities of use, an excellent dietary taste and nutritional value have made him a permanent resident at the dacha plots. The one who first decided to grow the seedlings of zucchini on their own, looking for answers to questions that arise a lot. When it is better to sow seedlings for zucchini seedlings, how to grow healthy zucchini for seedlings, what to do if someone eats seedlings?
The work of breeders does not stand still, therefore, on the market of goods and services, lovers of exotic can meet a rather unusual and original variety - Tomato Firewood. This name was given because of the unusual shape of the tomatoes. A bunch of fruits in the process of ripening looks like an armful of firewood. This variety was loved by many gardeners for the opportunity to grow tomatoes not only on the land, but also at home on the balcony.
Those who are looking for gooseberries, which give a lot of tasty fruits, should learn more about what is a "Consul", an unpretentious to the soil variety with high immunity. Gooseberry varieties Consul attractive still lack of thorns. This greatly facilitates the collection of fruits. The history of breeding varieties Gooseberry "Consul" - a new variety, bred at the end of the last century.
Talgar beauty was born in Kazakhstan from the seeds of the Belgian pear Forest Beauty. Breeder A.N. Katseyok brought it out by the method of free pollination at the Kazakh Research Institute of Horticulture and Viticulture. Since 1960, the variety has passed state tests and only in 1991 the pear was zoned in the Kabardino-Balkarian Republic.