Reviews and comments: 5

  1. Maria Zolotova, Moscow region

    In the country grows a tall walnut. I know that under this giant other plants grow poorly. But so want to decorate the yard.

    Prompt unpretentious flowers that take root under the spreading crown of the nut.

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    • OOO "Sad"

      - Under walnuts, it is better to plant ground cover or evergreens - for example, periwinkle (small-leaved, variegated, Balkan). Hosts will look gracefully - their decorative leaves will give the site a fabulous look. European swimsuit, medicinal bathing, astrantia, geykher, creeping tentacle, bruunner, rogers are worthy applicants who, with minimal care, will not be frightened by the giant neighbor and the conditions of the shady area.

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  2. Larisa Bolshakova, Chelyabinsk region

    I have accumulated a lot of walnut shells. I know that medical tinctures are made from it. Is it possible to somehow apply it in the garden? Is there a benefit from her plants?

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    • OOO "Sad"

      - The shell of walnuts contains a lot of calcium, as well as other macro-and micronutrients necessary for the growth and development of plants. But in order for the plants to be able to assimilate, the shells need to be ground into powder (which is very laborious), and only then can they be applied to the soil (approximately 2 st. Per 1 sq. M).

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  3. Summerman, gardener and gardener (anonymous)

    What happens to the nut? Every year the leaves curl and blacken around the edges, but do not fall. Maybe something is missing? This is a zoned variety, the names I do not know, and the fruits have not yet been harvested, but it fruits from friends.

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