Rest in the country can be prevented by a lot, but the most common reason for a spoiled mood in the fresh air is mosquitoes. They buzz over the table, crawl into the eyes, bite painfully and leave traces, so the time has come to get rid of annoying guests! Almost any evening in the country house ends with loud applause, which does not sound to the best storyteller of jokes and even a friend who does not masterfully play the guitar, namely mosquitoes that flock to the light and warmth in our gazebo.
Juniper in the fall requires some attention. In order for the bush to delight all year round with rich, juicy greens and a pleasant aroma, it should be properly prepared for winter. If for some reason the plant turns yellow, does not take root, it is worth listening to the advice of experienced gardeners. Adhering to simple recommendations, you can achieve good results.
Many summer residents today grow grapes on trellises or other special supports, but there are always those who are more interested in building a real arbor from the vine. Therefore, it will be timely to tell you how to make an arch under the grapes with your own hands. The arch for grapes is a classic country product and even landscape decoration.
Many women are afraid to use honeysuckle while breastfeeding. The main fear concerns the high likelihood of developing an allergic reaction in a child. But in fact, the berry is not prohibited during breastfeeding. It contains a lot of nutrients that a child needs for full development.
Rosemary (a photo of the plant is presented below) is an evergreen shrub belonging to the Lamb family. It was brought to Russia from the Mediterranean, where it is found in natural conditions. It is widely used as a condiment in cooking. The plant has healing properties, therefore it is used in folk medicine.
The second half of summer is not only a wonderful time when it is already possible to collect the first fruits from cultivated plants, but also the time of awakening of the destructive phytophthora. This insidious disease, affecting mainly nightshade crops, is capable of mowing, if not the entire crop, then most of it. Some gardeners do not try to fight it, but simply choose early varieties of tomatoes, peppers, eggplant and potatoes and harvest before the start of the phytophthora season.