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Sempervivum heuffelii 'Purple Haze' (Job's Beard)

Sempervivum heuffelii 'Purple Haze' (Job's Beard)

Scientific NameSempervivum heuffelii & 39;Purple Haze& 39;Common NamesJob& 39;s BeardSynonymsSempervivum & 39;Purple Haze& 39;, Jovibarba heuffelii & 39;Purple Haze& 39;Scientific ClassificationFamily: CrassulaceaeSubfamily: SedoideaeTribe: SedeaeSubtribe: SedinaeGenus: SempervivumDescriptionSempervivum heuffelii & 39;Purple Haze& 39; is a perennial succulent with a unique rosette of flat, rounded leaves with pointed tips.

The Snowman

The Snowman

Introduction Another recurring element, in the areas where the snow falls abundantly, of the Christmas holidays are certainly the snowmen. an anthropomorphic sculpture.

Vegetables For Zone 7 – Learn About Vegetable Gardening In Zone 7

Vegetables For Zone 7 – Learn About Vegetable Gardening In Zone 7

By: Liz BaesslerZone 7 is a fantastic climate for growing vegetables. With a relatively cool spring and fall and a hot, long summer, it’s ideal for virtually all vegetables, as long as you know when to plant them. Keep reading to learn more about planting a zone 7 vegetable garden and some of the best vegetables for zone 7.

Weeds that can be used to decorate garden plots

Weeds that can be used to decorate garden plots

You should not rush and get rid of weeds, because some of them can help arrange a garden plot. With their help, you can create a living fence for a flower bed, accentuate a path or decorate a tree trunk circle. Filamentous veronica is a creeping plant with pale blue flowers.

Daisies: growing from seeds, planting and care in the open field, photo

Daisies: growing from seeds, planting and care in the open field, photo

Garden plants Published: Last changes: The daisy plant (lat. Bellis) is a genus of perennials of the Asteraceae family, or Compositae, numbering 14 species. In nature, daisy flowers grow in the Mediterranean. From ancient Greek margarites translates as "pearl", this is a figurative and very apt name for small white flowers of a wild daisy.

Growing white cabbage seedlings

Growing white cabbage seedlings

"If you grow cabbage, it won't be empty in the bins" There is no greater blessing than to rejoice in your deeds, for this is the share of a person ... "Wise Solomon (950 BC) According to the research of scientists, cabbage appeared in Russia around the 9th century It was brought by the Greco-Roman settlers. We can say that Russia has become a second home for cabbage.