Caryopteris clandonensis is a small deciduous shrub native to central Asia. It has an erect habit, generally roundish, and reaches a height of one meter; the leaves are small, oval or lanceolate, gray-green, slightly pubescent on the underside, they give off a delicate aroma if rubbed with your hands.
Nectarine is a type of peach, this fruit is gaining popularity every year at home and abroad. It is valued for its visual appeal and taste. Thanks to the breeders, different varieties of nectarines have been developed, each of which has its own flavor. typesThe best varieties of nectarineSingle-fertile varietiesThe earliest varietiesBig-top and Nikitinsky-45
Hydroculture Hydroculture, also known as hydroponics, is a method of plant cultivation that completely excludes the use of soil or similar substrate; the roots of the plants are placed in a container filled with expanded clay, or other incoherent and inert material, and then placed in another container with water and nutrients: over the course of the weeks the inert material absorbs water and nutrients, making them available to the whole root system.
The time has come for spring greenery and fresh vegetables, among which zucchini occupy a special place. These vegetables can be fried, baked, or even prepared such a dish as a zucchini casserole with minced meat. Contents: Zucchini casserole with minced meat, tender, in the oven Zucchini casserole with minced meat and tomatoes in a slow cooker Grated zucchini casserole with minced meat and rice Squash casserole with saber meat, dietetic pie with minced meat and mushrooms Zucchini casserole with cheese Zucchini casserole with minced meat, tender, in the oven Oven-cooked dishes are always distinguished by their amazing tenderness and mild taste.
Fresh vegetables and fruits from their own garden have always been very popular, because in their cultivation and processing in a variety of ways, as a rule, amateur gardeners trust only the most natural preparations. Eggplants have always been one of the important vegetables on our table, because their beneficial properties - pectin, fiber, protein - were known back in the Middle Ages.