I recommend, Russian willow

I recommend, Russian willow

For true Russians -
Russian willow, -
Gentle and graceful
Sweet and beautiful ...
And to top it off -
Unpretentious.

Now in the garden plots, various ornamental trees and shrubs are at a premium. For the most part - exotics. However, among our, primordially Russian breeds, there are many species that will do honor to any decorative composition, although undeservedly, are neglected. Such is the Russian willow (Salix rossica Nas.) - a low tree, up to 8 meters in height, often inclined to the ground.

It is distinguished by a lush crown of weeping branches, densely covered with long, long narrow-lanceolate silvery-green (top - green, bottom - white with hairs) along the edges with slightly curled leaves. Where is there before her rakite (willow brittle), which is widely used in landscaping.


The Russian willow reproduces easily and simply - just put the stalk in a vessel with water, as in two weeks you will have a plant ready for planting with numerous roots. And it grows very quickly in the first years of life. So you don't have to wait long for it to develop, take on a decorative form and become a garden decoration. He is not afraid of frost and frost. It does not give root suckers that clog the site, but it can form pneumatic growth.

The willow is completely undemanding to the soil, but it loves water, therefore, as if by nature itself, it is intended for landscaping water bodies, their decoration. A large number of plants of this breed on the site is useless, but one or two trees, inclined to the water, will create a unique lyrical mood for you, appearing as if revived Chinese or Japanese miniatures.

Vladimir Starostin, dendrologist,
candidate of agricultural sciences

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Spireas used in ornamental gardening can be divided into spring-flowering and summer-flowering ones. The inflorescences of spring-flowering species are white, summer-flowering inflorescences have a color of inflorescences from white to almost purple-red. Both are popular in ornamental gardening. They are widely used in landscaping gardens and parks, both when creating compositions and for organizing a wide variety of hedges.

In warmer regions, they have long been accustomed to lavender, but for us, residents of the middle lane, it remains something attractive and desirable, like a summer trip to the warm sea. Silver-blue leaves, a lilac halo of delicate spikelets and an extraordinary strong aroma at the slightest touch - it's impossible to resist!

Almost all Veronica are distinguished by wonderful independence and unpretentiousness. They can grow in almost any soil, many tolerate shading, and many can grow in dry areas. That is why Veronica is widespread throughout the globe and is very diverse.

"What could be easier than planting a Christmas tree in the garden!" - a seasoned summer resident will say. But no! If you have questions about the choice of seedlings, about determining the location and effective care, then there are still “white spots”. The purpose of this cheat sheet is to help beginner gardeners and experienced gardeners to validate the value of personal experience.

Some varieties and types of hydrangea are "not constant" and can change color depending on the composition of the soil, weather conditions and even - the timing of pruning. In this article I will tell you how this happens and what you need to do to change the color of the hydrangea.

Deciduous rhododendrons are called azaleas for simplicity and convenience. They are distinguished by a delicate aroma, blazing autumn foliage, a varied range of colors: from bright yellows, oranges and reds to delicate white and pink colors and shades. Most species and varieties of deciduous rhododendrons grow and bloom well in the middle lane.

Good evening, I really want to buy poppies, but I just can't find them, and you don't have them either. When, and in general you have them.

Good day! Yesterday I received the order 608314. Unfortunately, the rhizome of Echinacea Purpurea Strawberry & Cream is completely rotten, dead, not a single living root - the roots are rotten, brown, moist, not elastic, they fall apart in the hands (they do not break, but they disintegrate, like any rot) ... It all just fell apart in my hands. In addition, Bella Bianca's sapling of Cinquefoil is also dead - completely dry blackened trunks, with dried buds and wood, the trunks crumble when touched, everything is brown, lifeless at the break. You can see it very well live, you won't be mistaken. Attaching photo. The rest of the plant material is in order at the moment, although the Phlox Unic Old Blue rhizome is very small, 2 × 3 cm, a disgrace. And coniferous seedlings - this is a small twig, apparently, not so long ago stuck into the rootstock crevice, raise doubts about their viability. Please replace dead seedlings!


New, clean, beautiful, modern, comfortable! Thought out everything to the smallest detail, everything for the convenience of vacationers! Everyone smiles and the full feeling that everyone was waiting only for you! Very beautiful interior, in every part of the hotel is different! Everything is matched to a certain style Feels the work of a good designer! An interesting solution to the panel near each room - no plates on the handle, modern mirror panels with a bell and luminous indicators. Handsomely! No need to carry towels (beach towels) - it's a huge +! They are always fresh, laid out on sun loungers and gazebos, both in the pool and on the beach! The food is varied: ships from sushi and any meat and huge shrimps and cheeses and bread, pizza on the thinnest dough, sweets, cakes, pastries in lots and lots of fruits all day long (including the beach)! And also unusually tasty ice cream, coffee and also all day long, so it is unlikely that you will be able to lose weight! Special thanks to the staff of the terrace bar, who remember the preferences of all guests from the first time, right down to the amount of sugar. Excellent animators of the miniclub, they know what to do with children of different ages, and the club itself is 6 different themed rooms and a playground on the street, where there is also a garden and a vegetable garden! Thanks to the girls Natasha, Nastya, Mihriban and Mr. Mustafa.
A shuttle service is organized to the beach - you come to the reception and inform about your desire to visit the beach, there is a car, or a minivan or a bus, 4 minutes and you are there! And the same circuit is back, very convenient. At the expense of cleaning: we came after the beach, before lunch, it was already cleaned, the refrigerator with drinks, tea, coffee, hygiene products, everything was added! I never even saw it happen! The pool is large, clean, very comfortable furniture in the gazebos, the sofa can easily accommodate two adults and two more cool chairs and a table! A girl-waiter on rollers serves near the pool, so you don't have to wait, everything is instant. And from 4 pm the pianist is playing. First on a white piano, after dinner on a black one! For this, a special thank you! Impressed! Virtuoso! Thanks to all the staff for a wonderful two weeks. Would recommend this beautiful and classy hotel!

New, clean, beautiful, modern, comfortable! Thought out everything to the smallest detail, everything for the convenience of vacationers! Everyone smiles and the full feeling that everyone was waiting only for you! Very beautiful interior, in every part of the hotel is different! Everything is matched to a certain style Feels the work of a good designer! An interesting solution to the panel near each room - no plates on the handle, modern mirror panels with a bell and luminous indicators. Handsomely! No need to carry towels (beach towels) - it's a huge +! They are always fresh, laid out on sun loungers and gazebos, both in the pool and on the beach! The food is varied: ships from sushi and any meat and huge shrimps and cheeses and bread, pizza on the thinnest dough, sweets, cakes, pastries in lots and lots of fruits all day long (including the beach)! And also unusually tasty ice cream, coffee and also all day long, so it is unlikely that you will be able to lose weight! Special thanks to the staff of the terrace bar, who remember the preferences of all guests from the first time, right down to the amount of sugar. Excellent animators of the miniclub, they know what to do with children of different ages, and the club itself is 6 different themed rooms and a playground on the street, where there is also a garden and a vegetable garden! Thanks to the girls Natasha, Nastya, Mihriban and Mr. Mustafa.
A shuttle service is organized to the beach - you come to the reception and inform about your desire to visit the beach, there is a car, or a minivan or a bus, 4 minutes and you are there! And the same circuit is back, very convenient. At the expense of cleaning: we came after the beach, before lunch, it was already cleaned, the refrigerator with drinks, tea, coffee, hygiene products, everything was added! I never even saw it happen! The pool is large, clean, very comfortable furniture in the gazebos, the sofa can easily accommodate two adults and two more cool chairs and a table! A girl-waiter on rollers serves near the pool, so you don't have to wait, everything is instant. And from 4 pm the pianist is playing. First on a white piano, after dinner on a black one! For this, a special thank you very much! Impressed! Virtuoso! Thanks to all the staff for a wonderful two weeks. Would recommend this beautiful and classy hotel!


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  • GARDEN
    • Shrubs for giving
      • Actinidia kolomikta
      • Barberry
      • Common barberry
      • White currant
      • Euonymus
      • Hawthorn
      • Lingonberry
      • Elder
      • Elderberry black
      • Camelthorn plant
      • Evergreen shrub
      • Hydrangea
      • Action
      • Rough action
      • Decorative
      • Blackberry
      • Blackberry Agave
      • Honeysuckle
      • Forest honeysuckle
      • Honeysuckle, pruning
      • Green currant
      • Viburnum
      • Viburnum red (ordinary)
      • Viburnum ordinary
      • Tree caragana
      • Karyopteris
      • Dogwood
      • Gooseberry
      • Shrub cotoneaster
      • Leukotoe
      • Loch
      • Loch narrow-leaved
      • Raspberries
      • Raspberry yellow
      • Raspberry Polana
      • Raspberry remontant
      • Crimson tree
      • Juniper
      • Juniper Blue Chip
      • Juniper species Mint Julep
      • Pyracantha
      • Whipped up
      • Ryabinnik
      • Boxwood
      • Sarcococcus
      • Lilac
      • Skimmia
      • Currant
      • Pink currant
      • Black currant
      • Spirea
      • Birch spirea
      • Spirea Bumald
      • Spirea willow
      • Bearberry
      • Photinia
      • Cercis
      • Blueberry
      • Rose hip
    • Garden layout
      • Nursery in the country
    • Planting and caring for trees
      • Decorative trees
        • Silver acacia
        • Royal Delonix
        • Ginkgo tree
        • Prutnyak
        • Bird cherry
        • standard roses
      • Deciduous trees
        • american maple
        • White oak
        • Birch
        • Fluffy birch
        • Oak
        • Willow
        • Spherical willow
        • Maple
        • Ash-leaved maple
        • Horse chestnut
        • Small-leaved linden
        • Three-lobed almond
        • Alder black
        • Sophora
        • Tabebuya
        • Poplar
        • Poplar white
        • Black poplar
        • Eucalyptus
      • Fruit trees
        • Plum
        • Apricot
        • Common apricot
        • Avocado
        • A pineapple
        • Grapes
        • Grape Magarach
        • Grapes Timur
        • Grapes Anniversary of Novocherkassk
        • Cherry
        • Growing nuts
        • Walnut
        • Pear
        • Columnar pear
        • Forest pear
        • Wild pear
        • Dragon eye
        • Yellow cherry
        • Cocoa
        • Dogwood
        • Lime
        • Mango
        • Mandarin
        • Muscat
        • Medlar
        • Sea buckthorn
        • Sea buckthorn buckthorn
        • Peach
        • Rowan red
        • Tamarillo
        • Pistachios
        • Persimmon
        • Citrus
        • Bird cherry
        • Sweet cherry
        • Prunes
        • Black walnut
        • Apple tree
        • Apple Royalty
        • apple tree delight
        • Apple Champion
      • Coniferous trees
        • Spruce
        • Spruce Glauka
        • Red spruce
        • Spruce Nidiformis
        • Cedar
        • Juniper Blue Star
        • Fir
        • Fir monochromatic
        • Sequoia
        • Pine
        • European cedar pine
        • Scots pine
        • Scots pine
        • Siberian cedar pine
        • Yew
        • Hemlock
        • Thuja
    • Berries
      • White strawberry
      • Strawberry
      • Ruyan's strawberry
      • Strawberry
      • Large strawberry
  • FLOWERS
    • Balcony flowers
    • Climbing plants
    • Biennial flowers
      • Mullein
      • Night violet
      • Ferocious
      • Echium
    • Wild plants
      • Butterbur
      • Common warthog
      • Hogweed
      • Sosnovsky's hogweed
      • Siberian Buzulnik
      • Cornflower rough
      • Viola
      • Wolf bast
      • Crow's eye four-leafed
      • Fisher's carnation
      • Marsh geranium
      • Iris calamus
      • Siberian iris
      • Red clover
      • Rapunzel bell
      • Crowded bell
      • Mullein bear ear
      • European swimsuit
      • Velcro
      • Round bow
      • Angular bow
      • Lupine multifoliate
      • Unclear lungwort
      • Finger-root meat-red
      • Spotted fingernail
      • Noble liverwort
      • Broadleaf cattail
      • Egg-shaped cache
      • Schrenck's tulip
      • Curly hops
    • Indoor flowers
      • Aglaonema
      • Adenium
      • Azalea
      • Amaryllis
      • Anthurium
      • Areca
      • Asklepias
      • Asplenium
      • Terry balsam
      • Barleria
      • Begonia
      • Brovallia
      • Buckenville
      • Gardenia
      • Geranium
      • Decembrist
      • Dracaena
      • Dracaena fragrant
      • Dracaena bordered
      • Dracaena Sandeoa
      • Dracaena
      • Drimiopsis
      • Jacaranda
      • Indoor jasmine
      • Zamioculcas
      • Zephyranthes
      • Ixora
      • Cactus
      • Kalanchoe
      • Callistemon
      • Callas
      • Carmona
      • Indoor azalea
      • Room bell
      • Costus
      • Krupka
      • Kufeya
      • Medinilla
      • Mini orchid
      • Indoor myrtle
      • Midges
      • Male happiness
      • Orchid
      • Dendrobium Orchid
      • Ludisia orchid
      • Orchid
      • Palm Washingtonia
      • Palm trees
      • Nightshade
      • Pedilanthus
      • Pelargonium
      • Pelargonium angel
      • Pellionia
      • Peperomia
      • Pilea
      • Plectrantus
      • Plumeria
      • Pteris
      • Ruellia
      • Sanchezia
      • Pig
      • Saintpaulia
      • Spathiphyllum
      • Streptocarpus
      • Fat woman
      • Tradescantia
      • Usambara violet
      • Phalaenopsis
      • Ficus
      • Haedorea
      • Hamelacium
      • Chlorophytum
      • Hoya
      • Hoya wax ivy
      • Indoor eucalyptus
      • Epipremnum
      • Yucca
      • Jacobinia
    • Medicinal plants
      • Aloe tree (agave)
      • Butterbur medicinal
      • Ivan tea narrow-leaved
      • Ginger
      • Oxalis ordinary
      • Stinging nettle
      • Yellow capsule
      • Burdock
      • Peppermint
      • Balsamic tansy
      • Bitter wormwood (real)
      • Rosemary
      • Tatarnik prickly (budyak)
      • Thyme
      • Creeping thyme
      • Field violet
      • Violet tricolor
      • Thyme
      • Thistle thistle (tartar)
      • Sage
      • Drooping sage
    • Perennial garden flowers
      • Anemone
      • Astilba
      • Perennial asters
      • Balsam
      • Waller's balsam
      • Marigold
      • White roses
      • Bletilla
      • Bodyak
      • Vallota
      • Waldsteinia
      • Weigela
      • Loose mint
      • Verbena
      • Volzhanka
      • Curly rose
      • Carnation
      • Chinese carnation
      • Pinnate carnation
      • Garden carnation
      • Carnation herb
      • Shabo carnation
      • Gelenium
      • Dahlias
      • Hyacinth
      • Gladiolus
      • Hydrangea paniculata
      • Garden hydrangea
      • Lipstick
      • Gunner
      • Dubrovnik
      • Hedgehog
      • Jaundice
      • Larkspur
      • St. John's wort
      • Goldenrod
      • Ixia
      • Iris
      • Hyssop
      • Kaluzhnitsa
      • Calceolaria
      • Arends' Stone Grinder
      • Reed
      • Cardiocrinum
      • Cassiopeia
      • Katran
      • Kenyan rose
      • Clover
      • Clematis
      • Clematis Ville de Lyon
      • Clematis Multi Blue
      • Feather grass
      • Clefthoof
      • Coreopsis perennial
      • Brown roses
      • Stone berry
      • Cat's paw
      • Crocuses
      • Water lily
      • White water lily
      • White water lily
      • Swimsuit
      • Lavender
      • Lily of the valley
      • Laurentiya
      • Linen
      • Liatris spikelet
      • Day-lily
      • Lily
      • Limonium
      • Bulbous iris
      • Lunnik
      • Toadflax
      • Lupine white
      • Mallow
      • Cuff
      • Maral root
      • Lungwort
      • Meconopsis
      • Small petals
      • Spurge
      • Mordovnik
      • Hellebore
      • Mosses
      • Narcissus
      • Forget-me-not
      • Neoregelia
      • Nerina
      • Nymphea
      • Ozhika
      • Comfrey
      • Sedum
      • Fern ostrich
      • Primrose
      • Liverwort
      • Tansy
      • Pion
      • Climbing roses
      • Sagebrush
      • Boneset
      • primrose
      • Proleska
      • Mallow
      • Lumbago
      • Poultry
      • Pemphigus
      • Cotton grass
      • Hornwort
      • Rhodiola
      • Rhododendron
      • rose flower
      • Rose Iceberg
      • Rose Black Baccarat
      • Rose westerland
      • Rose Golden Celebration
      • Rose Double Delight
      • Rose Casino
      • Rose Midsummer
      • Rose Parade
      • Rose Polka
      • Rose Falstaff
      • Rose black magic
      • Rose Elf
      • Pink lilies
      • Chamomile
      • Ruta
      • Duckweed
      • garden lilies
      • Sanguinaria
      • Meadow core
      • Crowned serpukha
      • Feverweed
      • Cyanosis blue
      • Smilacin
      • Dream herb
      • Stevia
      • Passionflower
      • Arrowhead
      • Common rape
      • Thermopsis
      • Wheatgrass grass
      • Cane
      • Yarrow
      • Tulip
      • Uvularia
      • Falyaris
      • Phlox
      • Fuchsia
      • Hosta
      • Corydalis
      • Chrysanthemum
      • Chrysanthemum Zembla
      • Chrysanthemum single-headed
      • Brazilwood
      • Tsimicifuga
      • Chernogolovka
      • Scullcap
      • Edelweiss
      • Erika
      • Tarragon
      • Echinacea
      • Poisonous milestone
      • Common ulcer
      • Tribulus creeping
      • Fraxinella
      • Woodruff
      • Orchis
    • Annual flowers
      • Sesamum indicum L.
      • Ageratum
      • Ammobium
      • Angelonia
      • Aster
      • Asters
      • Marigold
      • Bidense
      • Beans
      • Venidium
      • Gaura
      • Gomfrena
      • Morning glory
      • Calendula
      • Kvamoklit
      • Clarkia
      • Cleoma
      • Castor oil plant
      • Collinsia
      • Sesame
      • Lakfiol
      • Leptosiphon
      • Limnantes
      • Lobelia
      • Lunaria
      • Poisonous buttercup
      • Malopa
      • Mattiola
      • Mattiola two-horned
      • Mesembriantemum
      • Monarda
      • Common touchy
      • Nemesia
      • Marigold
      • Petunia
      • Sunflower
      • Ptylotus
      • Floating bagel
      • Spilantes
      • Sudanese grass
      • Scovola
      • Tobacco
      • Titonia
      • Phacelia
      • Figelius
      • Phlox
      • Fortunia
      • Chrysanthemum annual
      • Zinnia
      • Cynoglossum
      • Succession
      • Nigella Damascus
      • Emilia
      • Yarutka
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  • Country recipes
  • Do-it-yourself cottage repair
  • GARDEN
    • Growing greens
      • Parsley
      • Curly parsley
      • Rucola
      • Celery
      • Dill
      • Chives
    • Growing vegetables
      • Watermelon
      • Eggplant
      • White eggplant
      • White filling
      • Dutch cucumbers
      • Peas
      • Decorative pumpkin
      • Yellow watermelon
      • Yellow pepper
      • Zucchini
      • Cabbage
      • Cabbage (Latin Brassica oleracea)
      • White cabbage
      • Broccoli
      • Kale
      • Potatoes
      • Onion
      • Bow Carmen
      • Slime onion
      • Carrot
      • Wild carrots
      • Chickpea
      • Cucumber
      • Cucumber director
      • Cucumber Competitor
      • Cucumbers
      • Hot peppers
      • Pepper
      • Sweet pepper
      • Late white cabbage
      • Tomatoes
      • Radish
      • Radish cherry
      • Oil radish
      • Beet
      • Celery
      • Tladiant
      • Tomato
      • Tomato Banana Legs
      • Tomato King of Kings
      • Tomato Honey
      • Tomato Tolstoy
      • Tomato apple tree of Russia
      • Pumpkin
      • Beans
      • Black garlic
      • Garlic
    • Landing
    • Garden care
      • Urea fertilizer

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How to rooting twigs

In order for the openwork hedge to take root and flourish, it is necessary to root the rods correctly. To do this, before planting in open ground, "revitalize the rods" is carried out. They are placed in water at room temperature for up to 48 hours.

The process of "revitalization" will start the sap flow inside the twig, which will facilitate the weaving of the openwork hedge. In addition, "revitalization" will accelerate the formation of the root system.

It is undesirable to overexpose the rods in water. If the twig takes root into the water, then when transplanting into open ground, there is a high risk of damaging its root system. Broken-rooted twigs will not take root.

The ideal state of the hedge rods is the appearance of white dots on the bark. Willow roots will form from them.

The rods are planted in the furrow to a depth of more than half of the rod. The minimum depth is 40 cm. In this case, the root system of the hedge will be powerful, which will allow you to water less often, unlike other plants in your area. The willow will receive all the necessary moisture during the rain. The willow is not demanding on the composition of the soil, so the twigs can grow without fertilizers.

After planting the twigs in open ground, cover them with three layers of mulch. In this case, you will create a good microclimate for their rooting.

The first layer of mulch is made from cut grass. The thickness of the layer is 2-3 cm. The second layer of mulch is the soil. The thickness of the soil layer is 5 cm. Then the soil is covered with another layer of grass 2-3 cm thick.


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