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Everyone wants to decorate their site, make it cozy. One of the most beautiful ornamental plants is verbena. It spreads on the ground with a beautiful pattern, and becomes an interesting and unusual highlight of a flower bed, flower garden or border. Also, the plant is quite unpretentious in care, and even a novice gardener can decorate his plot with it.
Grapefruit Grapefruit is a citrus fruit called citrus x paradisi, since in the areas of origin it was once called a forbidden fruit; until a few decades ago it was believed that grapefruit was a species of citrus, subsequent studies have instead shown that it is a hybrid, between the pomelo (citrus maxima) and the orange (citrus x sinensis).
Basil is a spicy herb that is prized for its indescribable aroma and beneficial properties. Many gardeners began to grow this spice on their backyards, successfully applying two main technologies: sowing seeds directly into the open ground and the seedling method. The latter will be discussed in the article.
Infusion of ginger The infusion of ginger, widely used in traditional oriental medicine, is an effective remedy for treating the body in a natural and healthy way. This is why this type of preparation is among the most well-known in the field of phytotherapy, that is to say the therapeutic practice that uses plants or parts of them for the research of the well-being of mind and body and for the treatment of minor illnesses and diseases.
There are no miracles. They are especially common in the science of breeding. A real miracle can be called a novelty among dark-colored tomatoes - the Chocolate Miracle. It was tested in Siberia and is recommended for growing in open ground and greenhouses. The authorship is attributed to the monks of the monastery of St. Dionysius on Mount Athos.