Hello dear gardeners, gardeners and gardeners. Now you go to markets, exhibitions, various garden centers, get seedlings. Many of you planted them last year. As for the annual seedlings planted last year and uncircumcised, that is, you have not initially formed growth points, then you are doing it now.
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Hello dear gardeners, gardeners and gardeners! My dears, now we are cutting our gardens, we are doing sanitary pruning, as a rule, we remove various plant debris before winter, those that we don’t need, and even less so for plants. And thus, our hands reach hydrangea. Nikolai Fursov.
Hello dear gardeners, gardeners and gardeners! My dear, each of you in the garden has some corners of ornamental plants, decorative plantings, maybe someone has some small ponds, dry rivers are made. I know that many are now paying attention to this. And such a plant as, for example, Greenland rosemary, which recently appeared on our market, will be a wonderful decoration for such a cozy corner.
Hello dear gardeners, gardeners and gardeners! Outside the window, November is the time to produce winter crops. Basically, after all, in the garden, of course, we plant green and root crops. This is beetroot, and carrot, and parsley, and dill, and lovage, and sorrel. A lot of crops. Salads! The mass of crops that we can now sow in order to get a very early crop.
Hello dear gardeners, gardeners and gardeners! Today is the time to talk with you about sowing seeds of the so-called oilseeds. Almost oilseed. That is, we will talk about seeds, about those cultures in which the seeds themselves contain a lot of oils, which is why the seed is preserved inside, and these seeds sprout for a very long time.
Hello dear gardeners, gardeners and gardeners! Today we will talk about hippeastrum. Candidate of Agricultural Sciences Nikolai Fursov Hippeastrum is a huge family, a huge, somewhere around 80 species is part of it. A huge number of not only species, but also varieties, naturally, because of which there are only no flowers for coloring.
Hello dear gardeners, gardeners and gardeners! Well, it’s cold autumn outside. Our gardens have already fallen asleep with the beds. Nevertheless, we sometimes succumb to the temptations with you and acquire, acquire plants. Although planting in open ground is still too late. And it’s very difficult to keep many of these plants in winter in urban apartments.
Hello dear gardeners, gardeners and gardeners. It is winter on the street, there is nothing special to do, especially in the garden, in the garden, so now is a good time to acquire seeds, and especially those crops that maybe you have never tried to grow at home. Today I want to tell you about such an interesting and useful culture as daikon.
Hello dear gardeners, gardeners and gardeners. So the time has come to prepare the seeds of perennial crops for sowing. But the fact is that many seeds from perennial crops require a process called stratification. There is a process for preparing seeds, consisting in mechanical damage, for example, the skin of the seed coat - this is scarification.
Hello dear gardeners, gardeners and gardeners. There is very little work left in our gardens on the street. We occasionally raid. And, in general, we are not doing any big work there. And, of course, we miss plants very much. Therefore, now I pay great attention to my houseplants.
Hello dear gardeners, gardeners and gardeners! While on the street in the garden, in the garden, we don’t have much to do, we, of course, pay great attention to our indoor plants. And very often it happens that it’s just by chance that in a pot with a houseplant, we grow either a lemon, an orange, or a mandarin.
Hello dear gardeners, gardeners and gardeners! My dears, today I would like to tell you, to introduce many of you to such a plant as a nut. Nikolai Fursov. Candidate of agricultural sciences Nuts, there are only about 20 species. And only 4 of them grow in Russia.
Hello dear gardeners, gardeners and gardeners! Today we will talk with you about greenery, more precisely, about those green crops that can be grown during the winter until the next planting on the window. Nikolai Fursov. Candidate of Agricultural Sciences Well, if you have not grown celery in your garden, either root or leaf, you will need to buy it.
Hello dear gardeners, gardeners and gardeners. My dear, today I really want to tell you about the reproduction of tree peonies. You've probably heard a lot about how tree peonies breed with great difficulty. They do not grow so fast, they cut very badly, the results are very unimportant, one might say.
Hello dear gardeners, gardeners and gardeners. There are a lot of different kinds of goods in stores, and first of all, all the gardeners have now attacked the onions. There are a huge number of onions by variety, and you do not know which one to choose. First of all, I would advise you to take more varieties and test them in their plots.
Hello dear gardeners, gardeners and gardeners! I know that in many of you in the gardens, roses have become invaders. Almost no gardens can do without roses. Many of you shelter roses, many of you leave and cover with snow during the winter. This is all very good. And now the time has come when it is simply necessary to go to the country house - and if you live there, then all the more so - go right away to your roses, shelters, and immediately open them.
Hello dear gardeners, gardeners and gardeners! Today, the program will be devoted to indoor plants. We will rest a little from seedlings, from the garden, so we will take up such a plant called eucharis. A plant of exceptional beauty. You can see this plant in bloom on the screen behind me.
Hello dear gardeners, gardeners and gardeners! Today we will talk about roses that can be grown in winter on our window sills in apartments, or on glazed, insulated loggias and balconies, or, of course, who has winter gardens, then God himself ordered to grow roses there in winter period.
Hello dear gardeners, gardeners and gardeners. Today we will talk about choosing cucumbers for growing in our beds, in greenhouses, in greenhouses, under shelters. And I would like to note that recently most gardeners still use hybrids, parthenocarpic hybrids, those that do not require pollination, although it is very unfortunate that they forget the varieties, those that are bee pollinated, as a rule.
Hello dear gardeners, gardeners and gardeners! My dear, many of you, arranging a garden on your site, planning plants, select varieties and do not know which varieties to choose, how to stay on varieties. And now is the best time to try these varieties in order to know what taste they are.
Hello dear gardeners, gardeners and gardeners! It's time to cut the cuttings. You ask: for what? And I will answer you: in order to make a commotion in the garden. My dear, many of you, for example, acquired fruit trees, planted, waited for the first harvest, and suddenly saw completely wrong varieties.