Gardening

How to keep cut roses alive in a vase longer

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The bunch of roses always creates the festive atmosphere which you are eager to keep longer. However, the time of the flowers being fresh depends on many factors that we sometimes cannot change. For example, the specie of roses, the place of origin and the way of delivery, how long they were at the florist’s and in what conditions they were kept, etc. However, we are able to make them last longer if we handle them properly. Read the following about how to do it. Spray for houseplants Aspirin Sugar Absorbent carbon Citric acid Pieces of ice Big plastic ...

How to do transplantation of house flowers

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I’ve received two house plants so-to-say as a "heritage": geranium and begonia. They were planted into one-time pots containers and the state of flowers was quite bad. Geranium is dried up a bit, begonia is slightly rotted. I decided that they should be instantly transplanted. I bought earthenware pots without polish (I suppose that in such pots flowers breathe better), dug up a little soil and bought another universal neutral soil for flowers in store and began transplantation. Flowers Neutral store soil Nature soil Ceramic pots Scissors Spoon Tank ...

How to grow celery greens at home (easy solution)

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Celery is very tasty and useful spice. It is available in three types: root where the main value is represented by a tuber, in the form of a reminding beet; the foliage where the course top part of a plant (greens); and the petiole, at which very thick sticks of the leaves are used. Celery greens is not so difficult to grow at home from a cabbage stump, right on window sill. Petiolar celery Flowerpot Soil Buy a celery. Pay attention that you are buying fresh, not dried up celery or vegetable that is beginning to rot. Look at this ...

Propagating ficus cuttings at home

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I love to plant ficus and always breed it, and then give them away to friends. I want to tell and show how I multiply this flower at the home. Adult plant ficus Flowerpot Landing ground Gloves Scissors (or a knife, pruner) Wadding Water The first step is to carefully trimming ficus shoots from various angles, forming a flat crown. If you made a cut milky liquid will flow out, so put wet cotton pads to the point of cut to prevent this. This also protects the plant from excessive loss of juice. Rinse ...