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Coleus bloom and features of its cultivation

Coleus is a very bright ornamental plant. Coleus has bright, colorful, velvety leaves. The plant is more accustomed to see at home, but it gets along well in the garden. Contents: Where did Coleus come from? Variety of species and varieties of Coleus? Caring for the plant Where did Coleus come from?
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Currant pruning in spring and during harvest

Pruning currants in spring is one of the essential components of caring for this plant, which helps to form a harmonious bush, greatly increase the yield and simplify the process of harvesting. Red and white currants should only be trimmed during dormancy, when the plant has no leaves.
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Camelia and mimosa

Question: Camellia and mimosa Good morning I would like to know an information about the plant (CAMELIA) you can plant in the garden, and if so what are the methods to follow for its maintenance if it is a plant that in winter is better to cover it and if the heat it is annoying, in which periods it is better to plant it and in which it blooms.
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Fertilizer mullein and features of its use

The dream of every gardener is to grow a truly beautiful garden that will be rich in a variety of fruit plants, as well as weeded beds, where various vegetables ripen. But in order to reap the benefits, you must first invest a lot of effort, including feeding the soil on which all horticultural crops grow.
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Leontopodium alpinum

Leontopodium alpinum: COMPOSITAE LEONTOPODIUM ALPINUM Cass. Edelweiss Plant 5-20 cm tall, white tomentosa. Rosetta root leaves, numerous heads with tubular flowers in densely white woolly corymbs, surrounded by 7 - 8 flowered leaves with a sunburst. This inflorescence has the appearance of a single flower.
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