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Green adjika for the winter

Green adjika for the winter

The Russians owe ajika to the inhabitants of the Caucasus. There are a great many options for this spicy delicious sauce. The same goes for the color palette. Classic adjika should be green. The Russians, taking Caucasian recipes as a basis, add not only traditional ingredients. In addition to walnuts and suneli hops, adjika can contain bell peppers, apples and greens grown in the garden.

How to Grow Bell Pepper

How to Grow Bell Pepper

Today red, yellow, green or white bell peppers will surprise no one. The shape of the peppers is also different: from cuboid to elongated, conical. Among all the variety of varieties, Bell pepper stands out favorably, the fruit of which resembles a flower bud. This plant is unique and belongs to the rare group of berry peppers.

Repaired raspberry varieties for the Kuban

Repaired raspberry varieties for the Kuban

Russia is a recognized world leader in raspberry cultivation. It is perfectly suited for cultivation in temperate and cold climates. Berries are appreciated not only for their excellent taste, they have healing properties, they are successfully used to treat and prevent cardiovascular, colds and other diseases.

Growing hops - 2 simple methods presented

Growing hops - 2 simple methods presented

Hops are the star among climbing plants. Accordingly, one might think that it can be easily propagated. But that's not the case. Hops can be easily propagated through cuttings and cuttings There are many climbing plants that can be used to beautify the garden quickly and easily.

Video: Mixing nettle slurry - This is how you easily produce the organic fertilizer yourself

Video: Mixing nettle slurry - This is how you easily produce the organic fertilizer yourself

Nettles are not so popular in the garden. It is an annoying weed, which spreads quite quickly and also hurts when you touch it. For gardeners, there is often only one solution - the nettles have to go. STOP! Instead of being annoyed, you should be happy to have nettles in your garden.

Yugan's honeysuckle

Yugan's honeysuckle

The wild-growing edible honeysuckle is small, tasteless, besides, when ripe, it crumbles to the ground. True, it has a lot of useful properties and almost does not get sick. Back in 1935, Michurin recommended the introduction of honeysuckle into culture, but it was not until the second half of the 20th century that the first varieties appeared, which did not differ in either impressive size or outstanding taste.