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The Swedish croft dream WIN! The book about our beloved croft flowers! Interesting

The Swedish croft dream WIN! The book about our beloved croft flowers!

Sommartorpet's garden is far from well-groomed and perfect, but all the closer to the dream of the beautiful summer. Both flowers and people thrive here! Poor tip and small croft guide: MY BEST PIG TIP Tip "Choose plants from the same spirit of the time" Lars-Åke Gustavsson, author of the large standard work "Roses for Nordic gardens" and project manager for the national inventory of older cultural roses.

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Allergy Friendly Plants: Tips For Making Gardens Allergy Friendly Interesting

Allergy Friendly Plants: Tips For Making Gardens Allergy Friendly

Gardening, or even enjoying a garden, is the farthest thing from their minds. Plant pollen is for sure any allergy sufferer’s worst enemy. However, with a little planning and research, it is possible for people allergic to garden plants to create and enjoy anti-allergy gardens all season long. Let’s learn more about how to make an allergy friendly garden.

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Pike lake Interesting

Pike lake

When, on one of the trips to the Karelian Isthmus, my fishing partner Vadim, a local fisherman-old-timer offered to fish pikes on Lake Shchuchye, Vadim took this offer calmly. At the same time he agitated me. When Vadim and I, covered with frost, came to the house of the old-time fisherman Fedotych, he was clearly in a "non-working state."

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Ficus problems: the expert responds on Ficus diseases Interesting

Ficus problems: the expert responds on Ficus diseases

THE AGRONOMAN ANSWERS ON HOW TO GROW AND CARE FOR PLANTS MY FICUS BENJAMINA, AFTER AN ATTACK OF COCHINELES AND & 39; ALL STRIPPED, WHAT DO I DO? QUESTION FROM FEDERIC Dear Agronomist, thanks to your columns I discovered that my ficus benjamin, the variegated green and white one, had an advanced attack of scale insects.

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False pepper Interesting

False pepper

Question: False Pepper I have been planting a false pepper for about 5 years, which has grown very well. The only problem is that it makes so many flowers that fall and therefore never grow to become berries. What can this depend on? or what precaution can I take? Thanks for your availability, I am waiting for news.

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What Are Yellow Wax Bells – Tips For Growing Yellow Wax Bells Interesting

What Are Yellow Wax Bells – Tips For Growing Yellow Wax Bells

By: Teo SpenglerMost gardeners keep an eye out for plants and flowers for the darker garden corners, and yellow wax bell plants (Kirengeshoma palmata) are good for the short shade list. The foliage is large and dramatic and the yellow wax bell flowers hang in delicate nodding blossoms.What are yellow wax bells?

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Campanula Interesting

Campanula

Characteristics The genus Campanula includes a large number of species, most of which come from the old continent and have the characteristic of growing spontaneously a little; in every place, from the plains to the mountains.The genus Campanula belongs to the family of the Campanulaceae and we are talking about an extremely vast genus, since it includes more than three hundred species native to Europe.

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Stangopea orchid Interesting

Stangopea orchid

On planet Earth, there are about 30,000 different types of orchids, which differ in shape, size, color. However, all of them are undoubtedly very beautiful. For a long time, people have been fascinated by these delightful beauties. Despite such a capricious nature, people grow an orchid at home, providing it with all the necessary conditions in order to one day admire its beautiful flowers.

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Growing Kris Plant Alocasia: Information About Alocasia Indoor Planting Interesting

Growing Kris Plant Alocasia: Information About Alocasia Indoor Planting

If you’re an indoor plant enthusiast looking for a unique addition to your collection of houseplants, then Alocasia may be the ideal plant for you. Also known as the African mask or Kris plant, Alocasia doesn’t come from Africa at all. It gets its name from its resemblance to the hand carved ceremonial masks found there, but actually hails from the Philippine Islands.

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What Is A Buttercup Watermelon: Tips For Growing Buttercup Watermelons Interesting

What Is A Buttercup Watermelon: Tips For Growing Buttercup Watermelons

By: Amy GrantTo many folks, watermelon is THE thirst quenching fruit on a hot, summer day. Nothing quenches a parched body like a huge slice of cold, ruby red melon dripping with juice, except perhaps a wedge of cold, Yellow Buttercup watermelon. What is a Buttercup watermelon? If you’re interested in learning about growing Yellow Buttercup watermelons, then read on to find out about Yellow Buttercup watermelon care and other interesting Yellow Buttercup watermelon info.

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Flowers under birch Interesting

Flowers under birch

Question: flowers what kind of flowers is suitable under the birch LuigiFlowers under birch: Answer: flowers Dear Luigi, first of all thank you for contacting us via the & 34; Questions and Answers & 34; of our website. The birch is a plant with a not particularly dense foliage, with rather small leaves that allow the radiations of the sun's rays to filter very well.

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Pyrethrum Interesting

Pyrethrum

Characteristics Contrary to what one might think, medicinal plants are not used in phytotherapy only for the treatment of body disorders, but also for diseases of some animals or to create effective fertilizer that makes crops strong and protected from parasites and fungi.

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Useful properties of raspberry and its leaves Interesting

Useful properties of raspberry and its leaves

Raspberries are a delicious delicacy, and, while absorbing berries with appetite in the summer, people do not think about the beneficial and healing properties. However, since childhood, many people know that raspberries have a diaphoretic effect, therefore, after drinking tea with raspberries or its leaves in winter, you should not immediately go outside. This property is often used in the treatment of colds.

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Embryophytes: definition and meaning Interesting

Embryophytes: definition and meaning

BOTANICAL EMBRYOPHYTIC DICTIONARY The name embryophyte derives from the fact that plants develop a multicellular embryo inside the same plant therefore it is synonymous with terrestrial plants.Traditionally, embryophytes include bryophytes (mosses, antoceros and liverworts) and vascular plants (tracheophytes).

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Bunny Cactus Interesting

Bunny Cactus

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Peat Moss And Gardening – Information About Sphagnum Peat Moss Interesting

Peat Moss And Gardening – Information About Sphagnum Peat Moss

By: Jackie CarrollPeat moss first became available to gardeners in the mid-1900s, and since then it has revolutionized the way we grow plants. It has a remarkable ability to manage water efficiently and hold on to nutrients that would otherwise leach out of the soil. While performing these amazing tasks, it also improves the texture and consistency of the soil.

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Cabbage and watercress, mustard, rucola, deer-horned plantain, spinach, Swiss chard Interesting

Cabbage and watercress, mustard, rucola, deer-horned plantain, spinach, Swiss chard

Leafy salads and herbs. Part 2 Spinach I sow cabbage salad on seedlings in mid-March. I really like the Mowgli varieties, the right size. When the first true leaf appears, I dive the plants and plant them in peat-distilled tablets. When small roots appear from the mesh, I remove the mesh and put the tablets in a tray with special holes for each such tablet.

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Steps For Harvesting Lemongrass Interesting

Steps For Harvesting Lemongrass

By: Nikki Tilley, Author of The Bulb-o-licious GardenLemongrass (Cymbopogon citratus) is a commonly grown herb. Both its stalk and foliage are used in many prepared dishes such as teas, soups and sauces. While it is easy to grow and care for, some people are not sure about when or how to go about picking lemongrass.

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Garden Statue Ideas – How To Use Statues In The Garden Interesting

Garden Statue Ideas – How To Use Statues In The Garden

By: Mary Ellen EllisThere is an artful way to select and place statues in thegarden. Landscaping with statues can quickly go from elegant and whimsical totacky and cluttered as well. To avoid making your garden look like a yard sale,plan ahead and use these tips to create art in the garden.Steps to Using Garden Sculptures WellMost neighborhoods have that one yard that make the rest ofus cringe.

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Bach rescue flowers Interesting

Bach rescue flowers

Rescue Remedy is nothing more than a preparation consisting of five flowers (Clematis, Impatiens, Rock Rose, Cherry Plum and Star of Bethelhem) which is also frequently called with the name of Five Flowers Remedy or with other names Dr. Edward Bach obtained this particular blend to counteract any type of situation that can be defined as "emergency".

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