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8 Scented Plants you spread Fragrance in garden

  Scented Plants How good is when you enter the Garden, light fragrance in the garden to enchant you? There are some plants whose scent are natural and use for beauty products. These Scented Plants also enhance the beauty of your garden and fragrance also. Nature Bring tell you about some of these scented plants. 01. Clematis: Clematis Vine in …

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How To Grow Zinnia (easy tips) | Nature Bring

How To Grow Zinnia (easy tips) | Nature Bring By: Vikalp                                             Date 15.12.2014 Zinnia is a genus of plants of the sunflower tribe within the daisy family. They are native to scrub and dry grassland in an area stretching from the Southwestern United States to South America, with a center of diversity in Mexico.You can easily plant Zenilla with a …

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10 Most beautiful perennial flowers | Easy growing tips

10 Most beautiful perennial flowers | Easy growing tips By: Sneha                                                             Date: 14/12/2016 You want it to everyone in your garden always green – are full, beautiful flowers always stay in it. This perennial flower has the charm of its beautiful garden with fragrance. It requires relatively little care.  With graceful growth habits, they do not survive in every season. Professorial Gardner is …

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How to grow Clematis vine | Nature bring

How to grow Clematis vine | Nature bring By: Sneha                                            Date: 04.12.2016 Clematis vine in your garden is a matter of pride. You can keep it either in the container or it can be mounted on the fence. Once it is done, you need to take care of it. This vine is also called the ‘Queen of the Climbers’. …

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How to grow and care Bougainvillea | Easy Tips 

How to grow and care Bougainvillea | Easy Tips Written By: Chitra Deep Ashok                                                              Date: 23/11/2016 Bougainvillea is a climber with stiff curved thorns, bushes and flower-like spring leaves which …

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How To planting And Care For Hydrangeas : Nature Bring

How To planting And Care For Hydrangeas By: Sarita Parashar         Date: 13.11.2016 About Hydrangea: Hydrangea is a genus of 70–75 species of flowering plants native to southern and eastern Asia and the Americas. By far the greatest species diversity is in eastern Asia, notably China, Japan, and Korea.  There are many types of hydrangeas. Mostly Hydrangea like full sunlight and …

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How to give Rose fertilizer | Nature Bring

How to give Rose fertilizer | Nature Bring By: Sneha                                   Date: 23/10/2017 Rose plants need fertilizer plants need more fertilizer than other plants. Rose will blossom as much health as much as you will. Blooming rose flower of your garden is increase beauty …

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7 Gorgeous Climbing Vines for Balcony Garden

7 Gorgeous Climbing Vines for Balcony Garden By: Sneha                                                      Date: 15/10/2016 7 Gorgeous vines that have made the beauty of your garden and protect your garden too. You can put it in a container on a …

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Lotus flower planting and growing tips | Health benefits of Lotus

Lotus flower planting and growing tips | Health benefits of Lotus About Lotus: Lotus is the symbol of purity, beauty, wealth, richness, majesty, grace, fertility, knowledge and serenity. It is the national flower of India. Nelumbo nucifera is known by a number of common names, including Sacred lotus, Indian lotus, and Sacred water-lily. Flowers is found in pink or white color and general …

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How to grow Hibiscus plants | Hibiscus health benefits

How to grow Hibiscus plants | Hibiscus health benefits About This Plant: Hibiscus plant is the genus of flowering plants in the mallow family, Malvaceae. They are tropical regions throughout the world. And there are different species. Hibiscus is a decadent shrub with dark green leaves. Flowers may be up to 6 inches diameter, with colors ranging from yellow to …

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