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Forgotten plants

Forgotten plants Even in the nursery there are fashions, plants that in certain periods are found in every dimension and color, for some reason they are soon forgotten or neglected for other plants, more exotic or easier to grow or perhaps more widespread in the backgrounds of the films in TV. The motivation for which a plant is successful or not actually often escapes nursery owners, who are forced to stock up on their customers' favorite plants, occasionally trying to suggest some alternative, not always successfully.
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Hymenocallis

About 30-40 bulbous plants belong to the genus Hymenocallis, originating in Central and South America, closely related to the genus Ismene. The species of this genus have large roundish bulbs, which are buried at a depth of about 12-15 cm, and are almost always recognizable because of the beautiful shapes of their flowers; there are species of evergreen or deciduous hymenocallis.
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Dwarf pine

Question: Mugo pine I bought about a month ago two "pinus mugo" conifers I haven't had time to plant them yet but am I noticing that the needles are yellowing visibly? What can it depend on ????? Mugo Pine Plants "Pinus Mughus" in vase Ø 18 real photo Price
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Growing ageratum from seeds - we create beauty with our own hands

Ageratum is a beautiful ornamental plant native to the American tropics. That is why growing ageratum from seeds is becoming more and more popular among flower growers. Growing ageratum from seeds up to 5-6 weeks Sowing ageratum seeds for seedlings begins 60 ... 70 days before transplanting into flower beds. By this time, the first flowers will bloom on the bushes.
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