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High-yielding outdoor peppers

High-yielding outdoor peppers

Pepper is a very popular culture. Its homeland is Central America. Our gardeners know that the method of growing this vegetable depends on the length of the summer. We will talk about this later. The main question that interests us: what varieties of pepper to choose in order to collect an unprecedented harvest by the fall.

Plum Pastila

Plum Pastila

Plum pastila is another option for winter preparations. This dessert will undoubtedly please both adults and children. It is tasty, aromatic and contains exclusively natural ingredients: plums, honey, pears, cinnamon, proteins, ginger, etc. It can be used both as an independent dish and as an additive to sauces and desserts.

Onion sets Cupido F1: variety description, photos, reviews, when to plant

Onion sets Cupido F1: variety description, photos, reviews, when to plant

Cupido onion is a high-yielding hybrid that can be grown in different regions of Russia (from the middle lane to the Far East). Differs in large bulbs, pleasant, not very pungent taste and attractive presentation. Suitable for private farms and for commercial cultivation. Description and characteristics of the Cupido onion The Cupid onion (sometimes called Cupid) belongs to the first generation hybrids (designation F1).

Pool edging: 6 ideas for a stylish look at the pool

Pool edging: 6 ideas for a stylish look at the pool

Wood and tiles are the most common materials used to surround the pool. There are other options that even make work significantly easier. Lying by the pool, dangling your legs in the water and switching off from everyday life - there is nothing nicer after a hard day's work.

Secure the slope with gabions - explained step by step

Secure the slope with gabions - explained step by step

Gabions have become increasingly popular in recent years. No wonder, because they are versatile. They can be used to attach a slope, for example, very well. Gabions can be filled in a variety of ways. At first you only saw them as fences or privacy screens. Now they are real all-round talents.

Composting leaves - How to make your own fertilizer

Composting leaves - How to make your own fertilizer

If leaves gather again when raking, you do not have to dispose of them. You can also use it to make valuable fertilizer. You don't even need much for that. Composted foliage works well as a fertilizer: Autumn is in itself a beautiful season, especially because of the colorful foliage that hangs so picturesquely on the trees every year.