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7 Splendid Climbing Vines for your home and garden

7 Splendid Climbing Vines for your home and garden These Climbers bring beauty into your home, fill the empty walls in the house are used as a welcoming entrance. Its height can be up to 20 feet, most of these are blooming in the spring season. Many people tend to use it as a fence. 1.Trumpet vines Trumpet vines don’t need additional …

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Arnica Montana Herb Plant | Nature Bring

Arnica Montana Herb Plant | Nature Bring Arnica Montana has also been called leopard’s bane, mountain tobacco and mountain arnica. This is a European flowering plant in the sunflower family. It is well-known for its large yellow flower head. Arnica Montana is a flowering plant about 18–60 cm tall aromatic fragrant, perennial herb. It tall stems that have a few …

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Rangoon Creeper growing and care | Quisqualis indica

  Rangoon creeper (Quisqualis indica) is a normal flowering vine found in India. Which is quite long. It is not the thickness of the fabric. Its flowers are a white light scent in the beginning and gradually it pink, red, and in the end, it gets darker maroon. This plant has a whole summer is plenty blooms. This plant is required …

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Growing  Aloe Vera herb plant | Easy tips and care

There are 250 species in the entire world, mostly native to Africa. You can very easily grow, Aloe Vera in your garden. It’s caring very simple.  Aloe Vera is a well-known succulent plant, which is often seen in every garden. In its leaves, a gel is found which has healing qualities, due to which it is grown all over as …

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Propagate Roses with Cinnamon and Potatoes

Propagate Roses with Cinnamon and Potatoes Written by: Sneha                                                 Date: 24/07/2014   With a current rose bush, which is completely healthy, cut the newly developed stem 8 to 9 inches long. Then cut this stalk at a 45-degree angle with the help of a sharp knife. Get rid of all the leaves and developed stalks around it. In …

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