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Digital - Digitalis purpurea

General The genus digitalis consists of about twenty species, and numerous hybrids, of biennial plants originating in Europe, now widespread in America, Africa and Asia. In the first year of life, the digitalis purpurea plant does not produce flowers, it consists only of a basal rosette of long dark green lanceolate leaves, sometimes covered by a whitish woolly hair.
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Apartment plants

Loss of benjiamin leaves

Question: benjiamin leaf loss I have had a benjiamin for two years, in short, it loses leaves and is emptied. I flared it, it is positioned in front of a window which gives it light but which does not beat the sun. but now I think I understand it.
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Garden furniture

Iron gazebos

"Title =" IRON GAZEBO: A SOLID AND ELEGANT STRUCTURE - IRON GAZEBO "> IRON GAZEBO: A SOLID AND ELEGANT STRUCTURE If you intend to create a romantic corner in your garden or on your balcony, a corner that will allow you to enjoy the summer in the best way, a gazebo is what you need.
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Garden

Puschkinia scilloides

General To this genus belong only two species of small bulbous plants. The bulbs of Puschkinia scilloides produce pairs of large fleshy leaves, dark green in color, shiny and thick; in late winter-early spring a cylindrical stem develops between the leaves, 15-20 cm high, on which numerous bell-shaped flowers, white or blue in color, crossed by blue streaks; the "alba" variety has completely white flowers.
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Fruit and vegetables

Organic farming companies

Organic farming companies The Green Revolution of the 60s and 70s introduced hybrid seeds, radically changing the relationship between farmer and crop. These hybrid seeds produce weaker plants that need higher doses of pesticides and fertilizers. The recent introduction of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and seeds (which go hand in hand with specific herbicides, pesticides and fertilizers) is the latest threat to balance and well-being, not only of the Earth, but also of humans.
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Coriander - Coriandrum

Coriander The Coriandrum or Coriander is native to the eastern Mediterranean area; it grows in the middle of the Mediterranean scrub. It is an annual aromatic plant, with a slender and erect habit, of medium size; it can even reach 70 cm in height and 20 cm in diameter. The leaves are particularly bright green in color.
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