The genus Abelia (Latin Abelia) includes more than 30 plant species. The family was named in honor of the famous doctor K. Abel, who worked in China in the 19th century.
The fruits of cultivated plants are certainly a very valuable food product. Eating them in food brings great benefits to the human body. In addition to all kinds of vitamins and microelements, the fruits of horticultural crops contain organic acids, carbohydrates, proteins, etc. Not only fresh apples, pears and plums themselves are of great nutritional value. Various kinds of winter preparations from fruits are no less useful for health. This can be, for example, compotes, juices, jams, preserves.
The first step is to carry out work on careful rejection and elimination of already infected plants, then the remaining healthy shoots, together with the soil, should be abundantly treated with a weak solution of potassium permanganate (potassium permanganate). A mixture of ash and powdered sulfur also gives a positive effect.
Saturation of the soil with chalk or dolomite flour, which contain calcium, reduces the risk of infection, since fungal parasites do not develop under conditions of concentration of this chemical element.
A proven remedy against disease-causing fungi is a mixture of potassium permanganate and boric acid. This solution is recommended at the beginning of summer to process the roots of flower and berry crops.
Use only healthy seeds as planting material.
Only use varieties that show resistance to Fusarium fungi.
Use seeds that have been specially treated by the manufacturer.
Remove infected plants with the soil and incinerate immediately.
Treat the tools used and even the garter material with industrial alcohol.
Treat the soil with fungicides.
Cover the soil with black PVC sheeting as it inhibits the growth of the fungus.
Since the source of the appearance and development of fusarium is considered to be the increased humidity of the ambient air and soil, it makes sense to regularly ventilate the room.
Use water for irrigation, after dissolving phytosporin-M in it.
Factors predisposing the appearance of fusarium wilting
Areas located in lowlands, stagnation of moisture in the soil, as a result of which the access of air to the roots is limited.
Excessive use of chemical products.
The presence of busy highways, metallurgical enterprises, industrial zones near the site.
The weather is too hot, when the air temperature is kept in the region of +30 degrees for a long time.
Author: Marina Chaika February 16, 2019 Houseplants
I dreamed of this beauty for a long time - gardenia jasmine... But the prices for this flower in our stores scared me away. Already a large adult flower costs a lot, but it is said that specimens grown in a greenhouse practically do not survive at home. Affected by the difference in temperature and humidity levels. It is believed that adapted plants need to be purchased for the home. But they are not sold.
Headpiece - This is a very rare plant that is protected by the state. There are only 2 varieties in the genus, growing no higher than 30 cm. They have a rather fragile, hollow stem, on which red stripes are clearly distinguished. On each of them there are drooping light yellow brushes with flowers. Reproduction is possible with the help of stolons, on which there is a growth point, seed reproduction of this species is almost impossible.
Digitalis - a very common garden plant that has medicinal properties. The ground parts of the foxglove are used to treat cardiovascular diseases.
In the wild, these flowers grow without prying attention, so they do not need to be carefully looked after in home gardening. In the open field, it is grown as a biennial plant, and during flowering, many bell-shaped buds are formed in pink, white, purple, cream, red.
Narcissus - This is a decorative flower, which is considered to be the homeland of Portugal. It is grown in a greenhouse or at home. Among indoor flowers, daffodil can be considered one of the most attractive. Its leaves are juicy and wide, like grass. This bulbous plant grows in groups in the open field, which allows you to create a bright yellow glade of flowering plants. Suitable for growing is moderate moisture and nutritious soil. Very often, these plants are used for cutting, to compose bright bouquets that retain their freshness for a long time.
Nasturtium - these are very beautiful garden flowers that can be found more often in the highlands than in the plains. Due to the natural growing conditions, nasturtium adapts well to cold climates, and easily survives small frosts. During the summer, it grows well in partial shade outdoors. In the genus, you can find both an annual and a perennial species with tuberous and fibrous roots. Most of the varieties of nasturtium are not demanding on the soil, therefore they are often used to decorate unsightly places.
Naiad guadalupe used for landscaping aquariums, it is considered a beautiful and delicate plant in bright green colors. It is unpretentious, since the level of lighting and the composition of the soil are not important for growing. It is advisable to maintain the permissible water temperature within 25 degrees and reduce its hardness.
Neanta Is a very beautiful home-grown perennial that looks like a palm tree. The plant is not difficult to care for, and it is enough to provide it with a suitable temperature and moderately moist soil. When planting, it is necessary to create a drainage layer that will avoid rotting of the root system. This is the palm tree that easily adapts to indoor growing conditions, and is a slowly growing flower that does not exceed 1.5 meters in adulthood.
Forget-me-not - a very beautiful perennial, whose homeland is Europe. It is grown both outdoors and at home. The leaf plates can be up to 5 cm in length and are located very close to each other along the entire length of the stems.
Forget-me-not blooms with very beautiful small flowers in a wide variety of colors. During flowering, umbellate inflorescences are formed from 5-petal small flowers. Gardeners very often grow forget-me-nots for decorating rock gardens, planting it between small stone paths.
Nectaroscordum refers to tropical plant crops growing in Europe, Iran Minor, Asia and the Caucasus. It is a humble perennial bulbous plant that is often prized as a quality decoration for flower beds and flower beds. It is used for landscaping, due to its unpretentiousness and the presence of a very sweet aromatic during flowering. Often, flower growers use these flowering bushes to decorate the voids on the site. Nectar scorchum takes root on any soil and requires a minimum of attention.
Neomarika - an exotic plant that does not adapt well to cold conditions, which is why it can only be grown at home. As a potted culture, the flower is large enough, making it very difficult to miss. Those who decide to breed such a plant will be able to enjoy a very beautiful flowering period. Despite the exoticism of neomariki, it is very easy to grow, it is considered hardy and unpretentious.
Neottiante nodule - a herbaceous perennial, reaching a height of 30 cm and having translucent hairs that cover spherical tubers. They are located at a shallow depth in the soil, and each of them grows a thin ribbed green stem with pointed lower leaf blades. Over time, inflorescences appear on them with a one-sided arrangement of pink-purple buds. The flowering period does not happen every year.
Neoregelia Is an exotic home flower belonging to the Bromeliad family. Under natural conditions, it grows in tropical rainforests in Brazil. Only a few varieties of this plant are grown at home. Neoregelia is an epiphyte that refers to evergreen herbaceous crops reaching 50 cm in diameter. Its leaves have a shiny surface and a bright green color, an elongated shape with a pointed end and small thorns along the edges.
Nepentes pitcher - this is a predator liana, which has sufficient strength. On the shoots, the leaves are light green and smooth to the touch in a regular sequence. A tendril grows from the top of the leaf plates, on which there is a trapping device, which outwardly resembles oval jugs about 7 cm in diameter and 10 cm long.Around the edge there are fringed combs, on top there is a wide throat with a bent small lid that does not cover the entrance.
Nerine or Narina - This is a monocotyledonous plant, which in natural conditions is represented by 13 varieties. Outwardly, it looks like a lily, but the buds have a more graceful structure. They are distinguished by the presence of thin petals and long stamens extending beyond them. Many varieties of Narine are of great value and can even be placed on the same level as orchids.
Nertera - This tropical plant can be grown at home. It occurs naturally in tropical forests, America, New Zealand and Asia. Translated, the name sounds like "small" or "low". Nertera is a creeping perennial with small opposite leaves on creeping stems. During flowering, white buds appear, which bloom in May.
Nemophila characterized by the presence of pale stems that grow in all directions. They rise to a height of only 10 cm if planted along the curbs, and easily fall from shallow flowerpots. During flowering, flowers appear no more than 2 cm in diameter, which peep out of the abundance of succulent leaf plates already in April. Depending on the variety, the buds are bicolor or solid in blue, purple, white or red. In open ground, Nemophila seeds are sown in April, but seedlings can be grown from mid-winter. You can plant seedlings in early spring, because the seedlings are very resistant to night frosts.
Nephrolepis or home fern Is a lush indoor flower that takes its rightful place in floriculture. He is unpretentious and does not need to be constantly looked after. It tolerates shaded areas easily. This fern can be grown in dry air and low consecration, even when the heating is on. In addition to indoor growing, nephrolepis is also found in the open field. Also, the houseplant can be taken out into the garden for the summer in flowerpots.
Nivyarnik - This is a perennial plant, which, according to half of the growers, is very similar to chamomile. According to other experts, it has many features in common with aster. According to another opinion, it can be assumed that Nivyarnik is very similar to luxurious chrysanthemums. Such disagreements occur only because different varieties of nivyanik are described and each of them can really be similar to one of the above colors.
Nigella - a very beautiful plant that belongs to the Buttercup family. A flower bed or mixborders are ideal for growing. There are many varieties of nigella, which can be both dwarf and medium-sized. The smallest plant is only 15 cm tall. The growing season takes about 160 days. For cultivation, it is better to choose a well-lit area with loose and nutritious soil.
Nidularium - This is a unique flower, which is known for the absence of a stem and its dense leaf rosette is formed almost from the very roots. The leaf plates have short spines at the edges and a glossy smooth surface. In nature, you can find about 25 varieties of this plant, only a few of them are used in indoor gardening. It is a terrestrial flower or epiphyte, the rosette of which consists of 16 broad leaves with a pointed end.
Nirembergia is perennial and annual, and is presented in the form of dwarf shrubs with thin creeping or branched stems. Leaves of various shapes are distributed on them, which are whole, linear on the petioles or tightly sitting on the stems. During flowering, large purple, blue or white buds are formed. The plant stands out from the rest of the long flowering period, which begins in early summer and lasts until late autumn. This blooming flower is highly prized by garden designers who use it to decorate their plots.
Nolina or Bocarnea - This is a representative of the Agave family and in nature the plant is found in the south of the United States and in Mexico. In total, there are about 10 species in nature, which are in many ways similar to each other. Basically, the plant looks like a palm tree in appearance and is distinguished by the presence of a stem with a thickened base similar to a bottle. This allows you to tolerate drought well for some time. Due to this appearance, the flower received a second name, which sounds like "elephant's leg", and because of the tangled and lush leaves at the top - "horse's tail".
Nomocharis rarely found in Russian gardens, because this plant is quite exotic and demanding on growing conditions. When planting such a flower, it is important to take into account all its preferences, this is the only way to observe a violent and long flowering. Nomocharis looks beautiful in group plantings and is able to decorate any lawn and flower bed. In natural conditions, the garden flower can only be found in China, Tibet and the Himalayas in the highlands.
Notocactus - This is a succulent, which is very fond of flower growers because of the simplicity of cultivation. In addition, the plant has a very spectacular flowering period and beautiful yellow flowers appear on it every year. You don't need to spend a lot of time on this culture after planting, so it will suit even the most inexperienced growers. The plant is grown at home and adapts to any light, but not wet soil. Since it is a succulent, it is very important not to flood it so that the roots do not start to rot.
Noricum or field sage has paniculate inflorescences and wide leaf plates, which, when mechanically damaged, smell very unpleasant. Despite the fact that the knotweed is not recognized by official medicine, it is widely known in folk herbalism and is used for the production of food additives. This plant is poisonous. It is necessary to take drugs based on it only after consulting a specialist.
Night violet or Matrona's nocturnal very well known in horticulture. In nature, there are about 30 varieties of nocturnal, which is found in the Caucasus, Siberia, the Mediterranean, and Europe. Depending on the variety, this plant grows up to 1 m in height and has a developed stem with a thin, translucent pile. In the evening, the Night Violet emits a pleasant and rich aroma during flowering.