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Bell Pepper | Growing and care Bell pepper

Bell Peppers Bell Pepper is known from several names like sweet pepper, pepper, capsicum, Shimla Mirch etc. It is found in mainly Australia, Canada, Ireland, Singapore, India, Bangladesh and New Zealand. The plant produced in different colors, such as green, red, white, yellow, Orange, chocolate, Brown, and Violet etc. The ribs and seeds inside bell peppers may be consumed, but …

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How to Grow Litchi Tree in container | Nature Bring

How to Grow Litchi Tree in container | Nature Bring About Litchi Litchi trees are evergreen and decorative. When its fruits mature, it is brown or red; the part of the fruit is white pulpy. Seed is found in this pulp, which is large in size and color is brown. The shape of the fruit of the litchi is round …

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How to Grow Camellia | The flower of Asia

Camellia Camellia flower has its own charm, it enhances the beauty of the garden and blooms for a long time. Flowers of different colors between green shiny leaves double the beauty of the garden. The South is called the heart of Camellias. Normal Camellia is flowers of Japan. Although it seems that these beautiful plants have been born here, in …

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How to grow Plum Tree Easily in container | Nature Bring

Plum Tree Plum tree is adapted an to a great extent, it is very compact and its care is quite easy compared to other fruits. Therefore plums tree is a good choice for new gardeners, who want to grow fruit trees. The plum tree is the attraction of a garden because its fruits are very good to see. The fruits of …

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Growing Blueberry in container | Easy tips by Nature Bring

Blueberry (Cyanococcus ) Blueberry is very good and popular fruit. It contains many nutrients and antioxidants. If you want to get organic and fresh blueberry, you can easily grow them in your container. If you grow in a container because its trees contain shallow root system and It is easy to move and not require a lot of space.  Which …

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How to grow Raspberry in container | Nature Bring

  Raspberry is easy to develop, if proper care is taken, you can enjoy its fruits for a long time. Raspberry is actually the popular fruit of the summer. Some raspberries are such that give plenty of fruit mid-summer till mid-autumn. There are lots of varieties which are suitable for planting in many planting zones. Raspberries can be grown in …

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Growing Lemon Tree in containers | Planting and care

Mayor Lemon You may have seen large lemon trees in the garden. In summer, when yellow and green fruits thrive on them, it becomes the attraction of a garden. And if you plant a Meyer Lemon tree, it is even more beneficial,  because the Meyer lemon tree produces too many fruits in the containers. The fragrance of the flower of …

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Growing Sapodilla tree in container | Easy tips by Nature Bring

Growing Sapodilla tree in container | Easy tips by Nature Bring  About Sapodilla: The better it is to see the fruits of Sapodilla, it is equally superior to the taste and the attitude of health. This tropical evergreen tree is native to Yucatan and Guatemala. It is grown in very large quantities in tropical areas which are mostly used for …

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Growing Cherries in container | Easy tips by Nature Bring

Growing Cherries in container | Easy tips by Nature Bring Written by: Sarita Parashar                              Date: 13.04.20117 About Cherry: Do you know sweet cherries can grow on your own patio? Looking at the red-red cherry, it seems you wish it grew in the house. It is possible if you can successfully plant the dwarf species of cherries to the container. To …

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Watermelon in the container | Nature Bring

Looking at the big wall of Watermelon, it seems that we cannot put it in our garden. But it is not so, you can decorate it in your container terrace garden or patio. Looking at the sweet, fresh and juicy watermelon in a container, it always seems that we wish to put it in our garden. These are small varieties …

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