You can build cages for rabbits with your own hands from scrap materials: unnecessary boards, plywood, chipboard, slate, bricks, metal cutting, tin, etc. The design of the cages is also different, but it is better to choose one that does not take much of your time to make and will be convenient for feeding the rabbits, examining them and regularly cleaning them.
Back in the middle of the last century, the cultivation of grapes in central Russia seemed unlikely. After all, these vines love the sun and warmth, which is so lacking in the regions located near Moscow. Only by persistence, patience, deep knowledge and many years of work of breeders, this barrier was overcome.
Garden Plants Published: Last Edits: When autumn comes, the main task of any gardener is to prepare plants for wintering. Lovers of clematis blooming vines have many questions: what to do with clematis in the fall, that is, what activities need to be carried out to prepare it for winter, is it possible to plant clematis in the fall or is it better to do it in the spring, how to plant clematis in the fall, how to care for it after planting, when to transplant clematis - in autumn or spring ... There are a lot of questions, so we decided to post an article on the site in which you will find answers to your questions.
More and more original tomatoes are settling in gardeners' beds: black or purple, the size of a watermelon or a pea. Gourmets appreciate their taste. Black Heart Breda The variety was bred in California in the early 2000s. It is considered mid-season: tomatoes ripen 90-130 days after planting.
Assorted compote or uzvar is a drink made from a mixture of water, berries and fruits. Such preparation for the winter is very popular. At home, the uzvar turns out to be tasty, healthy and natural. Indeed, it contains only fresh fruits, which means that the maximum preservation of vitamins in their original form is necessary.
By: Liz BaesslerImage by TTMoss is the perfect choice for that spot where nothing else will grow. Thriving on just a little bit of moisture and shade, they actually prefer compacted, poor-quality soil and will even be happy with no soil at all. Keep reading for more information about different types of moss and how they can fit into your garden.