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Apartment plants

Clivia - Clivia miniata

The Clivie are herbaceous plants native to southern Africa, they belong to the same family as the amaryllis; they produce a large, fleshy rhizome, which tends to spread much; directly from the rhizome tufts of large arched, ribbon-like, fairly leathery, dark green leaves develop.
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Apartment plants

Anthurium - Anthurium andreanum

On this page we will talk about: other articles: "title =" Anthurium andraeanum - orange anthurium "> Anthurium andraeanum The anthurium is a herbaceous plant from the rainforests of Central and South America. It belongs to the Araceae family. The anthurium genus includes more of 500 species that can be both epiphytic and terrestrial.
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Bonsai

Pino, Pine with five needles - Pinu pentaphylla

Evergreen conifer native to Asia, and in particular to Japan; in nature these trees can reach 25-30 meters in height. It has an erect trunk, with smooth bark in young specimens, which becomes thick and wrinkled with age; the foliage is pyramidal, very dense and branched, it tends to slightly round in mature specimens; the needles are bluish-green and group in mazetti of five, as the name suggests.
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Garden

Pieris and skimmia

Question: Pieris and Schimmia hi, I need advice about the varied Pieris I have on the terrace: I bought it in November along with 2 skimmies. Since all 3 plants had buds, I waited for the flowering and especially the spring before transplanting them into the planter.
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Flowers

Primula elatior

Primula elatior: PRIMULACEAE PRIMULA ELATIOR (L.) Hill Primola Plant 5-20 cm tall. Wrinkled green leaves, umbel flowers, pale yellow, flap corolla of 2 - 3 cm. of diam. chalky with 5 lanceolate teeth. Flower. : III - VII. It grows in grassy places from the plain to the middle mountain. Sur La Structure Et Les Modes De Fécondation Des Fleurs: Et En Particulier Sur L'hétérostylie Du Primula Elatior, Volume 1 Price
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Flowers

Carrot

Carrot: This plant grows spontaneously in meadows throughout Europe, reviving them especially during late spring when the flowers of the Wild Carrot become even invasive. There are numerous properties associated with the plant and range from efficacy against "love problems" (aphrodisiac power) to the remedy for nerve diseases.
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