Tall trees are not just the most important structural and protective elements of site design. It is not for nothing that designers often call them the “crown of the garden”: they create the basis, the basis of design, style and concept, are responsible for the harmony and attractiveness of any site for decades. And the most important role is not played by fruit trees, but by their decorative counterparts.
Provencal herbs are the name of a blend of Provencal Mediterranean kitchen herbs that can be used to enhance the smell and taste of various dishes. Provence is a province in the south of France where herbs are traditionally grown, hence the name. The composition of the aromatic mixture of Provencal herbs can be the most diverse, but the basic herbs, as a rule, are: thyme, marjoram, rosemary, basil and savory.
Sunflower native to South America. Interestingly, initially its seeds went only to livestock feed. But soon people tried the seeds, and they became a cheap treat. But the sunflower oil began to be extracted only in 1840. Sunflower seeds are rich in vitamins, minerals, proteins and polyunsaturated fatty acids.
Currently, among other vegetable salad crops, a Mediterranean delicacy begins to take a firm place - the leafy vegetable salad of arugula (arugula, rucola). For a long time he was unusual for Russian cuisine. If in Italy in the first century, arugula was considered an indispensable vegetable on the dining table, used as a spice, then in Russia it was an annoying weedler and only in the 20-21 century it began to occupy a worthy place in the kitchen menu of our regions as a salad plant.
3. Tulip variety "White Triumphant", lilac-colored, late-flowering tulip Elegant, but amazingly strict garden aristocrat - this is how this tulip in all its glory at the peak of flowering seems. This plant seems to have been created for regular gardens and projects with a focus on strict lines and orderliness.
Beginners often think that clematis cultivation is available only to skilled flower growers, moreover, somewhere in the south or in the Baltic states. Fortunately, this is not so. Even in the most “uncomfortable” areas of the Non-Black Earth Region, the North-West of Russia, the Urals and Siberia, enthusiasts collect wonderful collections of clematis, experience new varieties and new methods of growing them.