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  1. Summerman, gardener and gardener (anonymous)

    If you want to invite unusual "green guests" to your garden, I recommend paying attention to Japanese grass, or honekhollo. Growing, it forms dense thickets of narrow linear leaves resembling dwarf bamboo. Hakonehloa easily tolerates partial shade, but can grow in sunny areas with sufficient and timely watering. The soil loves breathable, rich in humus.

    Last year's leaves are removed in the early spring, pruning at a height of 5-10 cm from the ground. I mulch the bushes to preserve moisture in the soil, to protect it from overheating in the heat, and from freezing in snowless winters. After the emergence of young shoots, I feed with any complex mineral fertilizer. I divide the plant in the spring (in April-May). As soon as buds appear, similar to thorns, carefully separate them together with the rhizome and plant vteneni, water them. Vladimir KORZHOV, Mogilev

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  2. Lyudmila

    I advise everyone I know to plant a blue fescue on the site. This perennial cereal up to 40 cm high, which resembles a blue fluffy bump, looks great along my path. Winters well without shelter. It grows very fast and fast, so every 2 years I divide the blue fescue turf turf for renewal. It can also be propagated by seed: in spring (April) I put 3 seeds in the holes at a distance of about 20 cm from each other.

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