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Live tree bindings

Live tree bindings

Defective crowns are often produced in orchards as a result of incorrect formation or inattention, which can not withstand the load of fruit and tear. For a tear …

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February in the garden – Gardener's calendar

February in the garden – Gardener's calendar

If there is no more snow, and the temperature is high enough, that allows you to carry out plant protection treatments in …

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January in the garden – Gardener's calendar

January in the garden – Gardener's calendar

At the end of December, we should whitewash the trunks and thick branches of fruit trees with lime. Who didn't, let – using …

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Thuja (Thuja)

Thuja

Thuja (Thuja) it can be a tree or a shrub of various shapes. Twigs with scales strongly flattened. Thuja seedlings have needles, which pass with age …

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Spruce

Spruce

Spruce (Picea) it is a tree with a conical crown and whorl-shaped branches. Mostly square needles, only in some species it is flattened, similar to firs. cones …

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Fir – Pine

Fir

Fir (Abies) is a tree with a cylindrical crown, simple, smooth trunk and whorl, evenly distributed branches. Needles flattened, most often with lighter stripes on the underside. cones …

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Juniper

Juniper

Juniper (Juniperus) is a tree or shrub that is often creeping, with pin or scaled needles. Seeds in fleshy covers – black cone-berries, covered …

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Pea cypress

Pea cypress

Pea cypress (Chamaecyparis pisifera) is a tree growing into 50 m. The crown is narrowly pyramidal, but not brief. Twigs spread out flat, fan-shaped, a bit dangling. Scales …

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Common yew

Coniferous trees and shrubs, preserving decorative values ​​in winter, can be used in the garden to a limited extent, as a background for flowering and interesting ornamental plants …

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Cutting frozen trees

Cutting frozen trees.

If the trees freeze over, the cutting should be postponed until late spring. In the second half of April, and by May at the latest it can already be recognized …