For tomato lovers, there are a huge variety of varieties on the market with a wide variety of characteristics. They differ in size, color, ripening time and other parameters. Therefore, an admirer of this vegetable needs to know which species is suitable for their areas, regions. So let's take a look at one of the most popular varieties of tomatoes - the Tretyakov Tomato.
Among all vegetables, it is tomatoes that are most often used for conservation. They can be harvested in large quantities, and the taste is suitable for many dishes. You can cook them in different ways in order to get exactly the product that you plan to store throughout the winter. Some of the most interesting are sweet recipes for pickling tomatoes for the winter.
Scylla, she's a scrub, is a fragile and delicate flower that, without waiting for all the snow to melt, breaks out of the soil. This small but bright flower can be found not only in the forest, but also in the flower beds of gardeners. Scylla is quite easy to plant and take care of her in the future. For this, many flower lovers appreciate it.
The origins of the history of astilba, called Delft Lace, go back to a relatively ordinary-looking plant that grew in the Southeast of our continent and the territory of Japan. It became famous among botanists in 1825. Not impressive in appearance. Presumably "astilba" and then meant "without shine."
Pear "Elena" was bred more than fifty years ago by the famous breeder P. G. Karatyan as a result of crossbreeding of the popular variety "Forest Beauty" and the variety of pear "Winter Bere". The variety in terms of ripening belongs to the category of early winter varieties, and the main harvest falls on the last decade of September.
Bright autumn flowers delight with their flowering until frost. Perennial bush chrysanthemum Geordi has an unusual color. It does not require special growing conditions, because it has good resistance to adverse climatic conditions. Thanks to bright colored caps, it can harmoniously stand out against the background of other plants or complement any bouquet.