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Small garden? Colibrм System waters it big

All the advantages of underground irrigation Even those who have only a small garden, can have many satisfactions and spend so many moments of relaxation in the open air, but they also find themselves having a commitment not just, especially in spring and summer. To prune the branches, to mow the lawn, to take care of the flowerbeds and above all to water: a vital necessity for all the plants.
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Sowing vegetables

On this page we will talk about: see also: Growing Vegetables Sowing vegetables Sowing in the open air must be preceded by an adequate preparation of the soil that must be soft and well crumbled, moist and rich in nutrients. To trace the straight rows, use a tightly stretched string, then fill the furrows with a mature compound.
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Dry phalaenopsis

Question: how do I make phalaenopsis bloom? I have two phalaenopsis that are dry except the roots that are a little green can I make them bloom ??? 12 L Sphagnum Moisturizing Peat Nutrition Organic Fertilizer for Orchid Phalaenopsis Garden Supplies Price
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Plants composition

In the world of plants and gardening we talk about composition when we have to make decorative combinations between different species of plants. The composition may include different species or similar. In all cases, the main purpose of the same is to obtain a particular decorative effect.
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Best season to take root

Question: best season to take root I have to redo the garden and I am uncertain whether to plant new plants now in spring or autumn. the plants are a badger, small pines, coniferous trees and maples. except for the maples that will be exposed to the north-west, the rest will be south facing, therefore exposed to sun shining in summer with no shade and temperatures up to 38 °.
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Aromatic

The aromatic plants are characterized by their intense and often pleasant smell for humans. The perception of these aromas is due to the presence of substances called "essential oils" which have various functions (attraction, insect repellent, etc.) in nature. Some vegetables have a uniform spread of "essential oils" (such as rosemary), others concentrate their presence in some parts of the plant such as leaves, seeds, petals or bulbs.
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