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Brazier

By brazier we mean that container in which the coals are placed, below the barbecue grill. This system obviously allows you to collect all the coals, and is therefore safer than turning on a barbecue directly on the ground, without any type of side protection.
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Margelan radish

In almost every garden, summer residents take away not the last place for such a culture as radish. A good alternative is the Margelan radish, which is also popularly called "Green". Although she does not have such a sharpness as her close relative, she is still no worse. Green radish is very juicy, tasty and goes great with all products in salads.
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Growing aquilegia from seeds

One of the original garden plants that have recently gained particular popularity is aquilegia. There are about a hundred species of aquilegia, each of which surprises with its unusual color scheme. Aquilegia is considered a perennial herb belonging to the buttercup family. Flowers have not only a beautiful original color, but also an extraordinary shape.
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Garden

Aquatic lettuce - Pistia

The pistia is a floating perennial plant native to the American continent. Its common name, aquatic lettuce, suggests its shape, in fact the tufts of pistia are very similar to heads of lettuce, whose leaves are however thick, slightly spongy and with serrated edges, covered by a thick and soft down and have deep veins .
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Fruit and Vegetables

Olive tree pruning

Question: Olive tree pruning Hi, I would very much like to have some information on how to prune olive trees. I am a DIY gardening enthusiast and I own some olive trees in the country. I would be very grateful if you could advise me about it. Waiting for a reply, I thank you in advance!
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Garden

Chrysanthemum - Chrysanthemum

The hybrid chrysanthemums With the name chrysanthemum the flowers of the genus chrysanthemum that bloom in autumn are usually indicated; these are hybrid species, selected for the beauty or the size of the flowers; their diffusion is instead due precisely to the autumn flowering, given that in Italy they are the flowers traditionally used as a gift for the dead, whose feast falls in November.
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