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Acacia of Constantinople
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Acacia of Constantinople

Question: acacia from Constantinople Good morning, I have to choose a plant to put in the garden. I live in the province of Milan. The precise place is a fairly wet corner, sheltered from the garage, but wide. The plant will have to reach a maximum of 10 meters in height and will have to cover my garden a little from the neighbors.

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Palermo Botanical Garden

Visit to the Botanical Garden of Palermo We decided this month to visit an important and ancient garden that, thanks to its particular geographical positioning, contains in itself the charm of the tropical and continental flora: the Botanical Garden of Palermo. It is an institution that since the first years of life has represented an important reference for the cultural and scientific life of the Sicilian capital.
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Bugle grass

The bugle grass The term bugola herb refers to a small creeping perennial, whose Latin name is ajuga reptans; it is a plant of fairly compact dimensions, which produces a dense carpet of oval or roundish leaves, quite soft, from which in summer a sturdy stem rises, up to 25-35 cm high, which bears some small blue flowers , with five petals; it belongs to the same family as mint, and the familiarity is very noticeable in the similarity between the flowers of the two plants.
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Cumin

The Cumin Cumin is a very common spice in the world, indeed, in reality the term cumin indicates at least two different spices, one typically used in Asia and in North Africa, derived from the fruits of the cuminum cyminum, which is the "true" cumin, the other, mainly used in northern Europe, obtained from the fruits of carum carvi, often called cumin.
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Deer horn fern

Deer horn ferns Beautiful ferns, with an elegant bearing, and deer horn ferns are called in Latin platycerium, and come from the forests of Madagascar and Australia; in nature they behave as epiphytes, meaning that their roots do not sink into the ground, but into the few decomposed debris that can be found at the bifurcation of the branches of high trees.
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Pollina

Pollina good morning, I am writing this mail to you to know the chemical composition of the manure. in addition if it is not a problem for you, I would like to know if the droppings, before being used as a fertilizer, must undergo processing (for example fermentations, dehydration or hydration, etc.), I thank you right now for the answer and I offer you the my best regards daniele Totò Piccinni Eco-CHICKEN, organic fertilizer dried pollen in sacks of 20Kg (1) Price
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Pomegranate

The Pomegranate Tree of modest size, cultivated for thousands of years in the Mediterranean area; in reality it is a plant native to the Middle East and southern Asia, from where the Arab populations brought it to Greece and Rome. The Latin name evokes the Carthaginian world, as the Romans learned to cultivate the pomegranate from the Punic populations (ie Carthaginians) who lived in present-day Tunisia.
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Heather

Question: erica My heather belongs to the most common type (mauve flowers and green twigs). For a while I have noticed that the branches are brownish, my boxes of heather are on the balcony. What does it mean, are they withering? I want to clarify that although I keep the soil moist, I almost never water it.
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Grow roses

Question: Growing roses Salve. I'm Rossella R. I'm writing to ask you for help regarding a problem that I just can't solve for years. I love roses, but every time I buy one, putting it on my terrace, it is punctually devoured by tiny green worms. How can I do?
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Hibiscus

Question: hibiscus This summer I planted a blue hibiscus in a sunny part of the garden, despite the smallness of the plant, in August the first two or three flowers have already sprung up. I noticed that from the first days of November the seedling drops small yellow and dry leaves.
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Cover the plants

When autumn comes, as soon as the temperatures drop, the problem is the same every year: and now how do we do with that orange plant that we bought in the nursery this summer? All gardening enthusiasts, at least once in their life (perhaps even more often) have dared to buy seeds, cuttings, plants, shrubs of tropical, exotic, particular origin, which will surely perish in the winter climate of the Po valley; often it also happens that the fashion of the moment brings so many gardening enthusiasts to plant the shrub of the year in the garden, the one that can not miss in the mixed border, the one recommended to us by the June magazine, the one that makes those flowers incredible.
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Succulence

Types of succulence Succulent plants, also called succulent plants, are plants that in the course of their evolution have assumed particular forms to survive in arid, hot and often with high percentages of salt; most plants on the globe could not survive in these areas, especially due to the lack of water.
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Pruning

Question: pruning we have pruned a laurel hedge tightening it a lot, it's almost empty, will it recover? the hedge has large trunks, is 15 years old !!! GRÜNTEK Professional Telescopic Lopping Shears - Pruner XT 685-940 mm. Bypass cut. 82mm Teflon coated blade. Adjustable length. Price
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Orchid in the garden

Question: orchid in the garden From approx. 2 weeks I was given a potted orchid, can I plant it in the garden? Set of 4 pcs, transparent flower vase for orchids, with breathable hole, plastic flower box for desk or garden decorations, As shown, 15 cm Price
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What insect populates my photinia hedge?

Question: What insect populates my photinia hedge? On my photinia plants I noticed on the branches of white insects vaguely todic and soft, the largest with diam. of 3mm., as if a drop of cream had fallen on the branch and the tip of the same was placed curved at the top of the back.
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Washout

Question: Flush Good morning. I have a part of the garden, about 50 MC, so small but close to the house, very steep and under some trees. I tried in various ways but to no avail to get it. Since every rain creates an annoying leaching of the ground, I wanted to definitively resolve the thing.
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Rose plants

Question: rose plants Do I have to move some rose plants, can I do it now also given the fairly mild weather or should I choose another period? Thanks for your advice. Chiara Plant in outdoor rose garden vase ROSE ORANGE 'PEACH FLOWER' FROM TRANSPLANT Price
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Benjamina

Question: my brother-in-law benjamina has pruned his banjamina, I have picked up some branches and put them in 1 bucket with water, I would like to plant them, but someone told me that the roots must hunt them in the water, what should I do? regards. Olive Grove - Indoor, office or apartment plant, Ficus benjamina, height 1.5 m Price
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Hyacinths

Question: Hyacinths I have a hyacinth bulb outside in a microscopic jar that has put a gem on sunny days. Today I decided to take him inside where there are about 18 degrees ... did I do wrong? Should I leave it inside? I don't know what to do with this map! can someone give me advice?
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Cut roses

Question: info Hello I wanted to know what is the right cut for roses and how many times I have to give some water thanks I wait for your news as soon as possible, sorry and good evening Mark Ps / apple explain in a way that I understand greetings I have to pay for questions Gloves professional gardening for rose pruning, gloves for women with durable Piskin thick and sword and cut proof, with long forearm protection, M, Green, 1 Price
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