All gardeners are divided into those who manage to grow garden strawberries, and those who are not yet very successful in this difficult business. This often depends on experience, but not always. Even beginners will be able, if they wish, to get a good harvest of sweet and large strawberries if they follow all the tips and tricks that experienced gardeners can supply them.
Probably, tomatoes are those vegetables, the disappearance of which from our diet we simply cannot imagine. In the summer we eat them fresh, fry, cook, simmer when preparing various dishes, make preparations for the winter. One of the most delicious and healthy juices is tomato juice. Tomatoes contain vitamins, biologically active substances, they are shown in the diet for weight loss and depression.
Inexperienced mushroom pickers bypass russules, consider them inedible. In fact, these mushrooms are good for preparing delicious meals for the winter. One of these blanks is russula caviar. There are many recipes for mushroom delicacies for the winter, some options will be presented below. Is it possible to make caviar from russula? Caviar can be cooked from different mushrooms, including russula.
Among all the mushrooms, the snow-white dung beetle has a very unusual appearance and color. Almost every mushroom picker saw him. And, undoubtedly, he was interested in whether it can be eaten. Snow-white dung beetle (Latin Coprinopsisnivea), which should not be confused with white dung beetle (Latin Coprinuscomatus), is inedible.
Culture in natural conditions grows in mountainous areas and forests. Mountain ash is found and blooms in spring everywhere: in countries with harsh climatic conditions, and in the middle lane in the northern hemisphere. Does mountain ash bloom? There are more than 80-100 species of this tree. In central Russia, the common mountain ash most often blooms in spring.
There are many unpretentious flowering plants in the world that, until recently, were not at all known to Russian flower growers. Among them can be called a guest from the North American continent - nemophila. This flower, of course, does not pretend to compete with gladioli, lilies and roses, because it is just an annual.