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Living stones

Plants in nature tend to adapt to the most disparate conditions; to do this, many plants have taken on very particular forms, which we manage to bring back to the concept of plant. A typical example is represented by the succulents that we commonly call living stones; these plants belong to different genera, but they are all from the same family, the aizoaceae, and live in the arid areas of southern Africa.
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Garden furniture

Garden flower beds

Garden flowerbeds The flowerbeds are very important, not only for the visual effect of the green, but also because they can define the spaces that surround the perimeter of the garden. They can introduce notes of color and volume, without neglecting their role for the enrichment of flowers and trees. Before thinking about putting flowers in the garden, it is necessary to design a plan of what are the areas for your relaxation, the background and the beauty.
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Fruit and Vegetables

Wild cherry

Question: Cherrywood I have a cherry tree born from a root of another self-fertile sunburst cherry tree that I have uprooted and transplanted to 10 m I wanted to know if this tree will make flowers or if I have to graft it since since he was born (3 years) never did flowers how should I behave?
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Garden furniture

The nursery

The nursery: what it is and how it is composed The nursery is equipped with a variable operational and logistic structure depending on the production address and the kind of specialization. Characterized by numerous sectors, each of which is set up in such a way as to comply with a specific phase of the production cycle, it presents the so-called collections, that is cultivated plots in which are placed the mother plants from which the material is then taken (offshoots from offshoots) , scions, cuttings, seeds, rooting cuttings and so on) of first propagation.
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Gardening

Camellia diseases

"Title =" Camellia diseases - diseased camellia leaves "> Camellia diseases Camellia is a shrub present in nature in over eighty varieties, but all are very delicate and prone to diseases which are mainly due to the infestation of the shrub by fungi or parasites However, there are also causes different from the actual disease that hurt the camellia and can even be fatal: the first of these is the burn.
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Oleander

On this page we will talk about: other articles: see also: Oleander - Nerium oleander oleander: The oleander is a medium-sized shrub, very widespread even in its natural state in the Mediterranean area. Evergreen plant, in spring and summer it produces beautiful flowers in shades of pink and red, followed by long pods full of seeds, usually fertile.
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