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The rules and secrets of growing Beijing cabbage in your garden

Peking cabbage (Brassica rapa subsp. Pekinensis) amateur vegetable growers often call Chinese cabbage, petsay or lettuce. This herbaceous garden crop from the Brassicaceae family is also well known in our country as a "Chinese salad". Such kale is less popular than white cabbage, but it is a very tasty and healthy vitamin vegetable product.
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Plants

Evergreen Colon Juniper: Planting and Care Rules

Column-shaped juniper is one of the oldest plants, surprising not only by its unpretentiousness, but also by unique healing properties. This coniferous creature belongs to the cypress family and grows mainly in moderate climatic conditions. Many of its varieties are in North America, Europe and Asia.
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Plants

Fittonia: characteristics of species and features of cultivation

Fittonia (Fittonia) belongs to the genus of South American plants from the Acanthus family, and is represented by four decorative foliage species. Fittonia care has a number of features that are very important to observe at all stages of the growing season. Fittonia: general characteristics and species The herbaceous perennial has surface roots and creeping shoots, which are very easily rooted in nodes.
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Plants

Canned Gherkins: Five Best Recipes

Many people think that gherkins are exotic vegetables from overseas countries. In fact, gherkins are called special varieties of small cucumbers, the size of which does not exceed four to eight centimeters. As a rule, miniature green fruits are not used for salads, but they make various preserves from them.
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Cherry in Siberia

I read in a local newspaper about cherries. It turns out that gardeners have lost interest in her, but once our places were the most cherry, and no one especially looked after cherries, she herself grew. Now it freezes, gets sick, blackens, dries up, etc. And I really want cherries! In Siberia, mom has annual crops, in spite of 40 degree frosts, but with us.
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