By Martyn Cox
Пособие содержит вдохновляющие идеи для разведения растений в контейнерах. Читайте его, если хотите принести красоту и уют в помещении или украсить свой внутренний дворик цветами и растениями.
Вы увидите великолепные фотографии, получите подробную информацию о выращивании фруктов, овощей и растений в контейнерах, узнаете условия выращивания и основные качества растений, сможете использовать подобранные интересные сочетания и дизайнерские идеи размещения растения в доме, на внутреннем дворике и террасе на крыше.
Whether you must carry influence and sweetness interior or costume up your patio with vegetation or efficient crops, develop crops in Pots is filled with inspirational principles that discover the complete diversity of vegetation that may be grown in containers.
With wonderful images, info on transforming into vegetables and fruit in bins, and crops geared up through starting to be stipulations and key traits for ease of reference, develop vegetation in Pots positive factors fascinating mixtures and layout rules, exhibiting crops in situ in the house and on patios and roof terraces.
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Brugmansia is a heavy feeder and responds well to a liquid fertilizer every two weeks in summer. In late spring, prune to keep it in shape, and trim off dead or spindly growth. 48 FOLIAGE AND FLOWERS Go bananas Create your own leafy jungle with pots of bananas. The plants boast huge leaves that unfurl majestically from spring until fall, and they are ideal for large containers. If you place them in a sunny, sheltered location, and feed and water them regularly, bananas will put on an exotic display for many years.
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