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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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Fruit and Vegetables

Lemon graft

Question: Graft of the lemon While living in a non-natural area for lemons (Le Marche), for some years I have managed to grow 3 splendid specimens grown in pots and a younger plant on the ground. Because the plant on the ground has 2 wild branches I would like advice on the period and the best technique for grafting.
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Flowers

Nigritella nigra

Nigritella nigra: ORCHIDACEAE NIGRITELLA NIGRA (L.) Rchb. Nigritella, purple Morettina 8-15 cm tall plant. Fluted linear leaves, small flowers in very dense spike, small (1-2 cm) purpureonerastri, scented with vanilla. Flower. : V - IX. It grows in high mountain pastures (1400 - 2500 m) on calcareous soil.
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Garden

Freesia - Freesia refracta

The Fresie Only some are the species of freesia present in nature, all widespread in southern Africa, in the province of the Cape; in the garden we usually find hybrids and cultivars of the freesia refracta species, of golden yellow color, intensely scented. The freesia refracta hybrids can be found in a wide range of colors, from white to yellow, from orange to purple, from pink to deep purple; the cultivated species of freesia refracta are not as perfumed as the botanical species, but they nevertheless emit an unmistakable aroma, also used in the composition of perfumes.
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Garden

Nicandra physalodes

The nicandra physalodes is an annual herbaceous plant native to Latin America, especially its spontaneous growth is limited to the region of PerŅ‰. The stems are erect, herbaceous, rigid and reach 40-80 cm in height; the nicandra species carry many large leaves, rough and thick, of a bright green color.
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Garden

Nymphaea

The genus Nymphaea includes about fifty rhizomatous perennial aquatic plants, with very ornamental flowers, often sweetly perfumed and of a unique beauty, coming from Australia and south Africa. The Nymphaea is undoubtedly the most famous among the aquatic plants. The round, floating leaves grow from the bottom still rolled up, unroll when they reach the surface of the water and cover large areas; they are an intense green color, tinged with red on the underside of the leaves.
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