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Elephant apple | Growing condition and Benefits

Elephant apple (Dillenia indica) Commonly it is known as Elephant Apple. Elephant apple is an evergreen, big bush or medium-sized tree, which is approximately 15 meters long. It is native to Southeast Asia, India, Sri Lanka, Southwest China, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia. The length of its leaves is 15-30 centimeters, which has conspicuous corrugated affected veins. Its branches are …

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Blue flowers | a cool theme for your garden

  The cool theme of Blue Flowers Blue flowers have different attractions in the garden. In the spring, along with yellow flowers, cool realization in winter and splendid color combination are the attractions of your garden. Today you will add the blue flowers in your garden, there are so many blue flowers which are growing, make some flower beds, some …

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Enjoy Gardening and stay fit and healthy

Benefits of Gardening Gardening is a wonderful hobby, it not only creates beauty in your home, but your interest in this activity provokes your brain and senses, physically hard work always keeps you fit. You are so much appreciated that you work more than your capacity and this gives you a physical award. Before the rain arrives, you have prepared …

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Pointed gourd cultivation and care

Cultivation of Pointed gourd Pointed gourd (TrichosanthesdioicaRoxb., Cucurbitaceae) is a nutrient-rich tropical crop, which is native to the Indian subcontinent, and it is cultivated in different parts of India and Bangladesh. It is known by many names, such as the Pointed Gourd in English, Parwal, parval in Hindi, Gujarati and in Marathi paraval, Patol in Bengali and assamese, chedupotla in …

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How to grow and care for Tulips | Plant Tulip bulb

Tulips in your garden Wild tulips are native to dry areas of Central Asia. Its main species are red and yellow in color. Modern and hybrid varieties are smaller than the original species of flowers. Tulip lasts for a long time and is in bright colors. These are the attractions of your garden from early spring to early summer. They …

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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 Poisonous Plant | Keep Away your children and pets

Poisonous Plant that harms your children There are many popular blossoms that look very attractive to see, which contain toxic. These plants are Poisonous Plant, if pets and humans eat it, it can be fatal. Therefore, they should be removed from the reach of children and pets. There are some weeds in it, which are the reason for itching when …

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Ranunculus planting and care guide | Buttercup

Ranunculus information The flowers of Ranunculus are mysterious, most people in the spring are familiar with rose flowers, but Ranunculus is also a popular cut flower. These tender bloomers require extra care of the cold. If you are fond of placing a bouquet in your drawing room, then this is a good choice, because of its unreliable color and direct …

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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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