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Prepare the soil for the flower pots

On this page we will talk about: preparing the soil for flower pots: It is always pleasant to have colorful flower vases on the terrace, which will cheer us up every day. Most herbaceous flowering plants are cultivated without difficulty on the terrace, provided you follow a few simple rules.
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Dripper

When we talk about drippers in reference to irrigation, we indicate a system that allows dosing water drop by drop. The same term can also be used in reference to a sunken structure that is installed on the balconies so as not to allow water to stagnate. In this case we will deal with drippers in a way strictly related to irrigation.
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Hatiora salicornioides

Epiphytic cactus native to Brazil. It has thin cylindrical stems, divided into numerous segments, erect or slightly arched, completely without thorns, light green in color, very branched; in nature they can grow to heights of over one meter, generally in the container they reach 50-60 cm in height and width.
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Variegated leaves

The variegated leaves More and more often in nurseries we find plants, sometimes even the most common and widespread, with foliage of particular color, with pink, yellow, white streaks or zoning; in most cases these are not incredible genetic manipulations, in reality they are real mutations, which occur randomly in nature.
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The nervation of the leaves

Shape of the Rib From the rib of the leaves we can go back to the species of the plant and clarify any doubts regarding the classification. Knowing the veins of the leaves is a basic element for becoming a good botanist and starting to study the classification of plant species.
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Fat plants

Ariocarpus - Ariocarpus fissuratus

The cacti: Ariocarpus The ariocarpus are a genus of cacti originating from Mexico, which has about a dozen species; these are very particular cacti, so much so that their body often becomes invisible among the rocks, becoming a gray-green color, with the presence of a rough and leathery surface; all the species of ariocarpus have a squat stem, covered with more or less developed tubercles, which sometimes protrude from the stem of several centimeters.
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