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Aptenia

Aptenia is a small genus of flowering plants in the family Aizoaceae, native to southern Africa. The genus name is from the Greek & 34;a& 34; meaning & 34;not& 34; and & 34;ptenos& 34; meaning & 34;winged& 34;, and refers to the wingless fruit capsules.Click on the photo or the name of the succulent plant for which you wish to see further information.

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Cellogin's orchid Information

Cellogin's orchid

Such a genus as cellogyne is directly related to a fairly large family of orchids. Such plants, growing in natural conditions, can be found in the vast territories of the tropical forests of South and Southeast Asia, as well as on the islands of such oceans as the Pacific and Indian. Most of these plants are epiphytes, but lithophytes and terrestrial ones are also found.

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Hibiscus flower: growing at home, difficulties of care Information

Hibiscus flower: growing at home, difficulties of care

Houseplants Published: 20 Aug 2012 Reprinted: Last revisions: Hibiscus first appeared in European greenhouses in the eighteenth century. Hibiscus came to Europe, or rather, sailed from the tropics of Asia. In natural conditions, hibiscus are trees and bushes. Breeders managed to cultivate several types of hibiscus for home floriculture, so now this guest from the tropics often decorates our apartments.

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9 tips to get rid of damaging mold in your cellar Information

9 tips to get rid of damaging mold in your cellar

A damp and cool cellar is the ideal storage for vegetables and preservation. Unfortunately, this environment is also favorable for dangerous mold. To get rid of it, you can use various methods. The gray checker Application of this method does not require special skills, but it is necessary to read the instructions.

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Types of grafting Information

Types of grafting

Types of grafting Grafting is a cultivation practice intended to obtain a new plant from the crossing of two similar or related plants. In this sense, this technique can also be defined as a method of plant propagation. It is preferred to graft the plants when from the propagation by seed or by cuttings, qualitatively and quantitatively appreciable new species are not obtained.

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Homemade ficus Benjamin: how to care, watering, transplanting, reproduction Collections

Homemade ficus Benjamin: how to care, watering, transplanting, reproduction

Houseplants Published: August 30, 2012 Reprinted: Last edits: One of the most popular houseplants has always been the ficus, and this is not surprising, since the ficus plant is unpretentious, evergreen, adapting well to new conditions. And for those who are constantly busy, such a non-capricious and at the same time beautiful plant is quite suitable.

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