Question: Azalea Japonica dried flowers For about 15 days I bought a Japan azalea in a nursery, transported home in a car wrapped in cellophane, I repotted it with a dedicated soil. After a few days, however, all the flowers dried up and gradually I removed them. There is, however, a fairly luxuriant foliage production.
Thyme essential oil The scientific name of the thyme is "tymus vulgaris". It is a perennial plant, that is found in all seasons, which belongs to the family of labrateae. Known since ancient times, it seems that in Greece it was used to collect thyme when it was still fresh with dew: then bunches were created with mint and rormarino which hung in cases to propitiate the gods and ensure that they gave the family health and prosperity in the years.
Why paper flowers and the materials needed to make them are created Paper flowers, so beautiful and colorful, are becoming increasingly popular in Italian homes, sometimes replacing real ones: this is because a high percentage of people are allergic to pollen or to the scents emanating naturally from real flowers or because it does not have the material time to take care of them, thus leaving them dry.
Question: Sapling pear tree Good morning, I have a pear tree of 5 years old, and a crack has appeared in the bark of the trunk, is it serious ?? thanks and regards Answer: Alberello pero Dear Roberto, the cracks on the bark of fruit trees could be due to excessive cold (especially if the plant is young), scarce watering during the growing season, presence of mushrooms or insects under the bark.
Generalities These vegetables are all hybrids of the same plant, Brassica oleracea; over the millennia man has selected and hybridized the brassica species, which also tend naturally to hybridize, in this way we now have several plant hybrids available, most of which are used for food; cabbage, cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, mustard, turnips, radishes, rapeseed belong to the brassica family.
Cabbage Cabbage is a vegetable belonging to the cruciferous family: its species is called Brassica. Cabbage is widely used in cooking and it is eaten both the leaves - as in the case of cabbage, cabbage and Bruxeller's sprouts - and the flowers that have not yet ripened, as is the case with cauliflowers and broccoli.