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Best Smelling Roses: Fragrant Roses For Your Garden

Best Smelling Roses: Fragrant Roses For Your Garden

By: Mary Ellen EllisRoses are beautiful and have been beloved by many, especially their wonderful aromas. Fragrant roses have been delighting people for millennia. While some varieties have notes of specific fruit, spices, and other flowers, all roses have a unique smell characteristic of this type of flower.

 Secrets of processing black currant from diseases and pests

Secrets of processing black currant from diseases and pests

Black currant bushes are found in almost every area. Not only the berry itself is healthy and tasty. The leaves and twigs of this shrub are used in folk medicine and in preparations for the winter (pickles, compotes, marinades). Therefore, it is important to get a good harvest of berries and keep the foliage green and healthy until autumn.

Identifying Root Maggots And Control Of Root Maggots

Identifying Root Maggots And Control Of Root Maggots

By: Heather RhoadesRoot maggots can be a pain for any gardener who is trying to grow almost any kind of root vegetables or cole crops in their garden. While the root maggot fly is more of a problem in some parts of the country than others, they can affect almost any gardener. Knowing the symptoms of root maggots and control methods will help you keep this troublesome pest out of your garden.

Chinese Perfume Tree Care: Growing Chinese Perfume Trees

Chinese Perfume Tree Care: Growing Chinese Perfume Trees

By: Teo SpenglerChinese perfume tree (Aglaia odorata) is a small evergreen tree in the mahogany family. It is an ornamental plant in American gardens, typically growing to 10 feet (3 m.) or under and producing intensely fragrant sprays of unusual yellow flowers. If you want to start growing Chinese perfume trees, read on for information on these lovely plants and for tips on Chinese perfume tree care.

Euphorbia breviarticulata (False Cow Horn)

Euphorbia breviarticulata (False Cow Horn)

Scientific NameEuphorbia breviarticulata PaxCommon NamesFalse Cow HornSynonymsEuphorbia breviarticulata var. breviarticulataScientific ClassificationFamily: EuphorbiaceaeSubfamily: EuphorbioideaeTribe: EuphorbieaeSubtribe: EuphorbiinaeGenus: EuphorbiaDescriptionEuphorbia breviarticulata is a stout, succulent, leafless bush up to 15 feet (4.

Tasteless Stonecrop

Tasteless Stonecrop

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