A wide variety of shrubs are used as ornamental plants. More and more fans of landscape design choose spirea for decoration. There are several varieties of this plant. Spirea Japanese Firelight is suitable for decoration in a variety of forms. Looks great near water and as a hedge.
Clearing snow in winter is becoming a heavy burden for many residents of the private sector. During the period of heavy snowfalls, you have to clean the area daily, and sometimes several times a day. It takes a lot of time and effort. The process of snow removal can be facilitated and accelerated by partial mechanization of the process.
Armeria (Armeria) fascinates at first sight. On a pillow of bright greenery there are carnations-flowers. The plant looks great in bright places and surrounded by stones. The variety of varieties and species makes it possible to use armeria for a variety of landscape purposes. The birthplace of the plant is Western and Eastern Europe.
Boxwood (buxus) is an evergreen plant with a dense crown and glossy foliage. It is undemanding to care for, tolerates haircuts well and keeps its shape steadily. The plant is used in ornamental gardening for landscaping, creating topiary, curbs and hedges. You can transplant boxwood in spring and autumn.
Tomato Russian size fully lives up to its name. It is a large variety, very fruitful, tasty and aromatic. It is used not only for home purposes, but also in large agricultural companies. This variety is cultivated on an industrial scale. The tomato bears fruit for a long time, and all the characteristics and description of the Russian size tomato variety have made it popular for more than 20 years.
Phellodon black (lat.Phellodon niger) or Black Hericium is a small representative of the Bunker family. It is difficult to call it popular, which is explained not only by its low distribution, but also by a rather tough fruiting body. The mushroom does not contain any poisonous substances. What does Phellodon black look like? In appearance, the Black Hericium is similar to terrestrial polypores: they are solid, shapeless, rather large and form, together with neighboring fruit bodies, whole aggregates.