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Hollyhock growing information and care | Hollyhock pests

Hollyhock (Alcea Rosea) Hollyhock (Alcea Rosea) are native to Asia and the eastern Mediterranean and belong to the Mallow (Malvaceae) family. It contains about 1500 different species, in which 27 genera are found in North America. Hollyhocks can be annuals, perennial or biennial, depending on gardeners; its flowers are very beautiful and attract hummingbirds and butterflies. If you want to develop …

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White flowers | create a peaceful landscape

White flowers  The last couple of days ago, we introduced you to the Blue flowers for the cool theme in your post. Now we are telling you about white flowers which will give you cool effects during the summer. White flowers make a moonlit feel in the evening, which create a peaceful complete landscape. There is a wide range of …

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Pilea Peperomioides | Growing and care info

Pilea Peperomioides- Chinese money plant Pilea Peperomioides is also known as a Chinese money plant. If you are fond of indoor plants, then Pilea Peperomioides are a good choice, and why not, because when its shiny pancake-shaped green leaves produce a color contrast with your white walls that look beautiful and attractive. Although it is easy to plant and grow, when …

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Best Blue flowers | A cool theme for your summer garden | Cool effect

Blue Flowers for your summer garden Best Blue flowers, a cool theme for your summer garden, add a cool effect to your landscape. There are many blue flowers but choose the actual blue flowers and we are telling you 8 better options for your convenience. Blue flowers have different attractions in the garden. In the spring, along with yellow flowers, …

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Easter Cactus Care and easy Growing tips | Nature Brings

The Easter Cactus (Raptisalidopsis) enhances the beauty of your garden with attractive bright colors, it gives you flowers abundantly from March to May. The flowers of the star of Easter cactus bloom with the sunrise and close at sunset, these flowers bloom for a few weeks. The holiday plants such as Christmas and Easter Cactus are Brazilian forest cactus hybrids, …

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10 Splendid plants for Flower Bed  Gardening | Nature Bring

Flower Bed  Gardening You can develop flower beds in your garden based on the experience of your life or by gathering information from anywhere else. It increases the beauty of your garden. But it is important to understand some basic things for this. Nature Bring is giving you information about similar plants from which you can make flower beds. To …

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10 DIY Bird house a Charming Project | Nature Bring

A charming project for your garden Bird’s Living and twitter in the garden makes your garden Lively and attractive. The Bird house is also beneficial for you because some birds such as Bluebirds, Chickadees, and Nighthawks eliminate pests that harm your garden. Paste found in plants like moths, bugs, caterpillars, etc. These birds eat.  In addition, they make the work done …

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Flower Bulbs | spring feel in summer

Summer flower Bulbs As the summer season comes, most people are upset about what to do now to create a charm of the garden. So you do not need to think much, we are telling you about some such flower bulbs, corms, rhizomes, and tubers that will perform best in your summer garden. Start planting these flower bulbs, corms, rhizomes, …

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How to grow Mandevilla vine | Dipladenia

How to grow Mandevilla vine | Dipladenia The most attractive tropical climbing vine is native to South America, this flower adds to the beauty of the garden. Mandevilla is perennial blooming in warm weather. In some places, it is grown as an annuity or a houseplant because it dies only after the first frost falls. This beautiful vine is well-known …

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Growing Star fruit | How to grow star fruit from seed | carambola fruit

Star fruit tree (carambola tree) Star fruit tree (Carambola) produce tremendous success in tropical areas, which flourish well in the cold-free areas of the US Department of Agriculture’s hardiness zone 9b -11. If you live in cold areas then you can start it inside the house, let us know how to grow a star fruit tree in a container. You can also grow …

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