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Tarragon

Tarragon Tarragon, also called tarragon or, scientifically, Artemisia dracunculus, is a plant of the Asteraceae family whose origin is Siberian; currently, it is widely cultivated in Russia but is also present in Italian crops. Its presence in Italy is linked to a legend that tells the origin of cultivation.

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Manuka plant

Question: Manuka plant Kindly I would like to know if it is possible to find the Manuka plant (new zealand) in Italy, in order to cultivate it. Thanks Leptospermum plant Scoparium manuka red flower outdoor plant Price
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Beautiful at night

Question: Beautiful at night what does the night beauty do? is a curative plant Mirabilis jalapa - Beautiful at night - Spg - Semi Price
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Primula

On this page we will talk about: other articles: see also: Primula - Primula polyantha Primula: Primroses are small perennial plants, widespread in nature in Europe, Asia and America; the varieties we find in the nursery are hybrid varieties, derived from European and Asian species. They are grown in a shady or partially shaded place, but bright; an excess of sun tends to make small plants bloom too quickly and ruin the flowers.
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Sedum

On this page we will talk about: Sedum: The sedum are succulent perennial herbaceous plants, which produce in the summer season dense tufts of fleshy leaves, arranged on thin erect or arched stems; many species and varieties are ground cover. In summer or autumn they produce numerous small star-shaped flowers, yellow or pink.
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Myrtle

Question: myrtle I would like to know if something can be done with myrtle dried leaves or they are of no use. Since I have some because the branches have dried up before being thrown away, I wanted to know if they have any function. I await an answer thanks True ornamental bush PLANT OF MIRTO DA LIQUORE Price
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Celery cultivation

On this page we will talk about: other articles: Celery cultivation: Celery is a vegetable that produces a large stalk of leaves, with a fleshy petiole; it is cultivated starting from the seed, which is placed in the seedbed starting from February-March, and is kept in a warm and sheltered place until the seedlings can be moved, in spring.
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Ivy

On this page we will talk about: other articles: see also: Edera Ivy: Common climbing, present in Italy also in the spontaneous flora. Ivy is a vigorous evergreen, which can grow several centimeters in a single year of vegetation. It loves sunny or shaded positions, adapting without problems; prefers a well-drained soil, and does not require special fertilizing.
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Fruit plants

On this page we will talk about: other articles: see also: Find plants Fruit plants: Fruit plants are generally vigorous and fast-developing species, which can reach a few meters in height within a few years. For those who only have a terrace where they can grow their own fruit, there are dwarf varieties of fruit trees in nurseries, generally produced by grafting the plants on low rootstocks and slow growth.
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Dwarf shrubs

On this page we will talk about: other articles: Dwarf shrubs: Often in city parks or in large gardens we suffer the charm of large shrubs and trees, which are unlikely to find a place in our small patch of land. To help us nurserymen constantly produce new varieties of dwarf shrubs, especially conifers, whose company would be quite difficult if they developed like the classic botanical species.
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Tulip

On this page we will talk about: other articles: see also: Tulipano - Tulipa Tulipano: The tulip is one of the most widespread and hybridized bulbs in the world, whose cultivation has been very successful in Europe; it is a real bulb, originating from Turkey. Tulip bulbs are planted in autumn or late winter, in a sunny position, with a cool, deep and sandy soil, so that their development is not slowed down by an overly compact substrate.
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Jasmine

On this page we will talk about: other articles: see also: Jasmine - Jasminum polyanthum Jasmine: A climber of Asian origin, jasmine is grown throughout the Mediterranean area, as a garden plant; it is a vigorous plant, belonging to the oleaceae family, as well as the so-called evergreen jasmine.
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However

On this page we will talk about: other articles: Pero: The pear tree, pyrus communis, is the plant that produces pears, fruits with a particular enlarged shape at the base, which ripen from late spring until autumn, depending on the variety of pear abode. They are fruit trees of easy cultivation, and enjoy the advantage of keeping themselves small, so that they can also be cultivated in small gardens.
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Spinach cultivation

On this page we will talk about: other articles: Spinach cultivation: Spinach is an easily cultivated leaf vegetable; consumption of the cooked product, however, leads to the need for a fairly large plot, to avoid obtaining inconsistent crops. The soil must be well worked and mixed with little organic fertilizer: spinach tends to accumulate nitrogenous substances in the foliage, so it is advisable to avoid regular fertilization of the soil after sowing.
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Eucalyptus

Question: can eucalitpo leaves be harmful? The eucalyptus leaves are excellent for coughing, raffraddore etc. But is it true that if they are not collected at the right time, they are carcinogenic? If yes, in which period should you collect? Deuba Bologna bench 2 seats FSC® certified eucalyptus wood max.
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Sempervivum

On this page we will talk about: Sempervivum: As the name implies, these plants are so easy to cultivate that they will hardly leave your garden or terrace once they are planted. Some species also survive on sunny high mountain pastures. They are succulent plants, which produce thick rosettes of fleshy leaves, almost triangular in shape, and of various colors, usually intense light green.
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Magnolia stellata

Question: Can I use magnolia stellata flowers for a liqueur? Good evening, I am a gardener and for some time I have had the idea of ​​putting a star-shaped magnolia flower in a bottle of grappa, considering that its scent is very delicate I thought it could be very good!
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Lily

On this page we will talk about: other articles: Giglio: Lilies are bulbous of Asian and European origin, which produce large flowers during the summer months. The lily bulbs are placed in full earth, or in pots, where they can be left undisturbed even during the winter period, since they enter in complete vegetative rest, and therefore well tolerate the frost.
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Hedera

Question: Hedera Can I use the wood recovered from the removal of a large hedera plant as firewood in a stove? Thanks in advance for your reply. PLANTI 'real outdoor plant HEDERA algeriensis' Gloire De Marengo' ornamental ivy climbing ivy in pot diameter 19cm height 1,50m Price
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Conjunctivitis

Question: conjunctivitis Besides chamomile flowers which other flowers can be used as an eye pack to relieve the discomfort of conjunctivitis? Thanks so much!!!! Germination I Seeds: 100 - Seeds: Viola Hull conjunctivitis !! Vigorous Bush Type !! A Southern favorite !! Free Shipping Price
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St. John's wort

Question: St. John's wort I have had two hypericum vases for a year and they are very thick, I ask politely if they should be thinned out, if fertilized and when. They are placed on the terrace with wind and sun, but this year with hail, unusual in my city of Catania, it has ruined a bit. Thank you so much. SAFLAX - Set for cultivation - Hypericum - 300 seeds - Hypericum perforatum Price
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