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How to breed honeysuckle

My sister grew a wonderful honeysuckle bush. I want my growth to be the same too. But I don’t know how to breed. Honeysuckle bushes also grow in the neighbors, but no one near us. Is it necessary to have both female and male bushes in order to harvest berries? Or honeysuckle bisexual?
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Petrol snow blower Champion ST556

The cloudy autumn will end very soon and snow will replace the boring rain. Snowflakes will whirl in a whimsical dance, and the wind, howling, will scatter them around. You will not have time to blink an eye, but already around the snowdrifts, which not only decorate the site with their whiteness, but also do not allow cars and people to move freely.
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Blackberry care in autumn, preparation for winter

Blackberry forest berry is not found in every gardener on the site. The culture is not popular due to uncontrolled sprawl and thorny branches. However, breeders have bred many cultivars that produce large berries and even without thorns on the stems. To grow such a miracle, you need to know how to care for blackberries in the fall, when to cut them, which month is better to choose for planting and other subtleties of agricultural technology.
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Morel mushrooms: photos of edible and inedible, description, benefits and harms

Morels are edible mushrooms found in forests in early spring. They are classified as conditionally edible. Subject to the rules of preparation, tasty and healthy dishes are obtained from them. Photos of morel mushrooms will help to distinguish them from other varieties. Why the mushroom is called morel According to the photo and description, morel mushrooms have a spongy surface.
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Mallow (stem-rose) wrinkled: photo, varieties, planting and care

Stock-rose wrinkled (Alcea rugosa) - a variety of herbaceous perennial plants used for decorative purposes. They have gained considerable popularity among gardeners due to their long flowering and unpretentious care. Stock roses have found application in landscape design, they are actively used to decorate plots.
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Edible and poisonous mushrooms of the Samara region

Mushroom pickers of the Samara region boast fertile forests. Ceps, chanterelles, honey agarics, mushrooms, mushrooms and many other edible varieties grow here. Mushroom places of the Samara region There are many very popular mushroom places on the territory of the region, which are well known not only to experienced mushroom pickers, but also to beginners of the "quiet hunt": among the richest places for butter, russula and black mushrooms are the area near the village of Krasny Yar ; for honey mushrooms, as well as real mushrooms and foxes, you can safely go to the outskirts of the village of Pribrezhny in the territory of the Krasnoglinsky district; one of the favorite places for mushroom pickers is coniferous forest belt, birch grove and linden plantings around the villages of Old Binaradka and Kurumoch; the surroundings of the village of Kanuevka, located in the Bezenchuksky district, abound in early spring with boletus, boletus and russula; in the forests around the village of Orlovka in the Koshkinsky district, such mushrooms, as boletus and boletus mushrooms, as well as russula and pigs, massively bear fruit until autumn the abundance of brown boletus, boletus, boletus and black mushrooms is characterized by mixed forests near the village of Malaya Malyshevka in the Kinelsky district; A very popular mushroom spot is the village of Zaborovka on the territory of the Syzran region, in the vicinity of which you can collect honey mushrooms, traps and butter.
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