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La Bistorta The one that in the jargon is called Bistorta, has a botanical name that corresponds to Polygonum bistorta and is a perennial herbaceous plant, no higher than 50 centimeters. It belongs to the Polygonaceae family and produces warm pink flowers, very delicate and pretty. The plant has an underground stem or the rhizome that is renewed every year with new roots.

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Watermelon

On this page we will talk about: other articles: Watermelon: Watermelons, or watermelons, are large fruits with a particular red pulp, very fresh and refreshing, which are consumed in summer. They belong to the family of cucurbits, such as melons, pumpkins and courgettes; the similarity with these plants can already be seen from the small flat and pointed seeds at one end.
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Bouganville

On this page we will talk about: other articles: see also: Bougainvillea bougainvillea - Bougainvillea Bougainvillea: The bougainvillea is a creeper native to South America, particularly Brazil; it has vigorous development, and on the market it is possible to find varieties with fuchsia, yellow, red, pink, and even white inflorescence; generally it has a climber development, but in the nursery we can find small shrubs, with hanging development.
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Fuchsia

On this page we will talk about: see also: Fuchsia - Fuchsia Fuchsia: Fuchsias are medium or small shrubs; the species of small dimensions generally fear the cold, while the larger ones are well resistant to frost; in nurseries we find with greater ease fuchsicles poorly resistant to frost, which are grown outdoors only in the summer, but which produce a richer and more decorative flowering.
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Dipladenia

On this page we will talk about: other articles: see also: Dipladenia - Mandevilla splendens Dipladenia: Dipladenia, also known as mandevilla or sundavilla, is a creeper of South American origin, cultivated for its splendid flowers, which it produces throughout the summer. This climber does not produce tendrils, but develops wrapping itself around the supports that we will have to supply; if we do not place our dipladenia near a trellis or a reed it will develop downwards.
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Pyracanta

Question: pyracanta a friend tells me that pyracanta berries are edible. is it true? IF YES, how and why are they used? Thanks, best regards to all antonella memmi Pyracantha "Orange Glow" [Vase Ø18cm] Price
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Mouths of lion

On this page we will talk about: other articles: Mouths of lion: Perennials of small or medium size, the lion's mouths soften gardens and terraces, and are generally grown as annuals, given the low resistance to frost. There are many varieties of snapdragons, which differ in the color of the flowers, but above all in their growth, some produce spikes of flowers more than 120-130 cm high, others develop small roundish bushes, which do not exceed 25-35 cm .
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Onions

Onions: Onions are small annual herbaceous plants, of which we eat the fleshy leaves, which tend to swell towards the base of the plant, forming a bulb of various sizes. They are cultivated in the garden, the cultivation in pots is not recommended, since they require a good amount of space.
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Oleander

On this page we will talk about: other articles: see also: Oleander - Nerium oleander oleander: The oleander is a medium-sized shrub, very widespread even in its natural state in the Mediterranean area. Evergreen plant, in spring and summer it produces beautiful flowers in shades of pink and red, followed by long pods full of seeds, usually fertile.
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Coriander repertoire

Question: coriander repertoire In the MB province, where to buy fresh coriander bunches ??? Plant Theater cocktail Garden kit, variety to grow Price
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Bitter grass

Question: bitter grass From my country in Calabria I brought a plant of "bitter grass" which until a few decades ago was macerated in wine to cure loss of appetite and weight loss. Where I send you a leaf to know what species it belongs to and the principle or principles active? thanks Bitter to herbs - Set gift of seeds with 6 tonic herbs for the preparation of excellent liquors Price
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Laxatives

Question: Laxatives Are there any plants to use as a laxative or for stomach acid? If yes, how are they used? Odorless, Colorless, Tasteless Vaseline Oil. For Oenological Use. Price
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Savory

Savory is an aromatic and medicinal plant originating from Asia, widespread for thousands of years in the wild state also in Italy; it is a plant that is often found in the uncultivated. Annual plant, or biennial, produces erect stems, poorly branched, thin, at most 25-35 cm high, which bear long leaves, almost linear, thin and delicate, very aromatic.
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Mahonia berries

Question: Are mahonia berries mahonia edible? I have heard different opinions. If so how? .When should they be collected? Pyracantha "Orange Glow" [Vase Ø18cm] Price
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Cannabis

Hemp Cannabis is commonly known as the plant from which marijuana is obtained, a drug that is widespread all over the world; marijuana exploits the hallucinogenic active ingredients present in the leaves and in the resin emitted by cannabis plants, although in fact not all cannabis species and subspecies contain sensitive amounts of hallucinogenic substances.
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Shea

Shea butter is the dense and compact oil extracted from the fruit of a plant widespread in nature in central Africa, called Vitellaria paradoxa (there are some synonyms). It is a medium-sized tree, which generally does not exceed 10-12 meters in height, with a short and broad stem and squat branches, at the apex of which develop long, petiolate, oval leaves, arranged in large tufts, evergreens.
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Neem

Neem Neem oil is extracted from the seeds of a tree of Asian origin, the azadirachtia indica, a plant closely related to the Melia azedarach and mahogany. It is an evergreen tree, now widespread in most of the globe, with large, imparipinnate leaves, dark green; it develops up to about 12-15 meters, with a broad and dense crown.
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Algae notori

Algae noori Algae noori are those we commonly see used in the preparation of sushi, a typical Japanese dish; the thin dark veils are produced using various algae of the genus Porphyra, very common in all the oceans; in Japan and China the production of notorious algae is so high that the porphyra, once simply collected from the sea, is now cultivated on large nets left floating under the surface of the water.
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Seine

The Senna The Latin name is Cassia angustifolia, or Senna alexandrina, to witness how this plant is sometimes attributed to the genus cassia, other times to the senna genus; the common name unites it to other species of the genus senna, with which it shares some morphological characters; it is a medium-sized shrub, originating in the Mediterranean area, of Africa and Asia, used since ancient times as a medicinal plant, in herbal medicine and in the Indian, European and African pharmacopoeia, and in herbal medicine.
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Mother Grass

Question: Mother Grass Did I want to know if the mother grass I use in the kitchen is easily found in the store? Thank you TACKLIFE - Telescopic pliers, 78 cm Telescopic pliers Folding, Prehensile pliers, Garbage collector, Pliers Clamp in Rubber - RG01 Price
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Draining plant

Question: draining plant what herbal tea can I use in addition to fennel seeds? Or I hold a lot of liquids, to the point that touching my legs is pain. you could tell me Jeffergrill Snail Shape Ceramics Succulent Plant pot Garden container Decorative flower Bonsai pot plant Price
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