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Acetosella - Oxalis acetosella

Name: Oxalis acetosella Family: Oxalidacee Common names: agretta, cuc—Č herb, melagra, panavella, pan e vin, zanzarella. Habitat: it grows up to a height of 2000 meters, in mountainous and premontane areas. Parts used: fresh leaves Etude de l'Oxalis Acetosella Prezzo
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Fruit and Vegetables

Red beet - Beta

The red beet is cultivated for the round root of red color with violet reflections, which is consumed cooked for salads and other preparations. Climate: temperate climates prefer it, not being a winter variety, in fact it must be planted at the end of winter, when there is no longer the risk of late frosts.
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Apartment plants

Epidendrum

Epidendrum are orchids of South American origin; Linnaeus initially classified with the name of epidendrum all the epiphytic orchids that he knew, in fact the name means plant that grows on trees, and therefore it is an elegant way to express the concept of epiphyte; for this reason, until some tens of years ago, many species and kinds of orchids were placed in the genus Epidendrum.
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Gardening

Pruning

The prunings are practiced to favor the development of new shoots, to clean the plants of damaged or damaged branches, or to contain the development of excessively "exuberant" plants. For each plant and shrub, however, it is necessary to follow correct times and ways, to avoid the most common pruning errors that we can admire in every garden.
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Gardening

Lawn in a hanging garden

Question: Lawn in a hanging garden I built a basement (50 m3) and above I intend to sow a lawn and some plants, I would like to know: - if in the part of the basement where there is little land about 20 cm I can put plants, - if in addition to the normal lawn area I have to add something in such a way that the lawn is perfect, the lawn is in partial shade, the lawn will be used by children and not by animals.
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Apartment plants

Ficus margin

Question: A ficus layering I would like to know the precise name of the ficus I have at home: it is the typical ficus tall (about one and a half meters) and thin, with a triple trunk (diameter of each trunk approximately cm), which is used as an ornament in the exhibition halls etc. I would also like to know if the layering carried out on small branches (es the thickest that this ficus spossa have) has hopes of success, how to do it and if in conjunction with the repotting.
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