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Kalanchoe 'Elk Antlers'

Scientific NameKalanchoe & 39;Elk Antlers& 39;Scientific ClassificationFamily: CrassulaceaeSubfamily: SedoideaeTribe: KalanchoeaeGenus: KalanchoeDescriptionKalanchoe & 39;Elk Antlers& 39; is a succulent with green, antler-shaped leaves with maroon margins when grown in full sun. It grows up to 10 inches (25 cm) tall and up to 8 inches (20 cm) wide.

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Orchid playone

The genus Pleione (Pleione) is a small representative of the orchid family, and includes about 20 wild and cultivated species. In the natural environment, this orchid occupies forest zones in Thailand, India, Laos and Burma, and also settles at the foot of the mountains of Nepal, Tibet and the Himalayas.

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Date - gooseberry with a southern temperament

Summer is coming to an end. The gooseberry bush beckons with large dark berries. If this is an old, fruitful, but prickly bush, you will probably have to get acquainted with Date. An amazing combination of noble color of berries and a delicate duet of sweetness and sourness. And how solemn the bush, hung with fruits, looks like a Christmas tree with toys!

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Why does radish go into the tops or holes appear on the leaves: solving problems when growing a vegetable New

Why does radish go into the tops or holes appear on the leaves: solving problems when growing a vegetable

Radish can be called the most common vegetable in summer cottages. After all, its cultivation is not difficult, except that protection is required from a cruciferous flea. Otherwise, everything is simple: planted, watered, in three weeks the harvest of juicy, vitamin fruits is ready. But recently, many gardeners have complained that they do not succeed in a good radish: it turns yellow, then it tastes bitter, then it does not tie any fruit at all.

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Herbal Treatment Tips: Growing Your Own Herbal Remedies Interesting

Herbal Treatment Tips: Growing Your Own Herbal Remedies

By: Laura MillerLong before pharmaceutical companies cranked out medications by the millions, people relied upon herbal remedies to treat diseases, injuries, and maladies. Interest in these natural remedies is trending, as studies indicate many of these age-old remedies from the garden have a positive impact upon health.

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