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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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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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How to Propagate plants | Softwood Cutting | Plant propagation

Propagate plants The propagate plant is a process of creating new plants from different sources, in which plants grow by seeds, softwood cutting, hardwood cutting and other plant parts. The best time for cutting is late spring or early summer. Cuttings made at other times are often rooted, this may take longer, though there are many exceptions to this. Spring …

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How to Grow Sweet Potatoes in your Garden | Nature Bring

How to Grow Sweet Potatoes in your Garden | Nature Bring Written by: Sneha                                                Date:29/11/2017 Sweet potato vines are very ornamental and attractive. Its plants are tropical and are very sensitive to cold. Sweet potatoes are more like cool soil than other potatoes. Many gardeners, after the frost of last spring, when the air and soil are both warm, …

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8 Indoor plants grow in water | Nature Bring

8 Indoor plants grow in water | Nature Bring Written by: Sneha                                                Date: 16/09/2017 Home decorating, especially to overcome the emptiness of the corner, Indoor Water gardening is a good suggestion. It also provides your home life form. Any indoor plants can grow in water very easily but it requires just a few essential things. Nature Bring to throw …

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9 Great way to use Coffee grounds | Nature Bring

9 Great way to use Coffee grounds | Nature Bring Written by: Sneha                                Date: 31:05:2017 Coffee grounds are a great way to solve the problems of your garden. It is claimed that it reduces the number of diseases, prevention of insects, fertilize the soil, and even saves its plants from Slugs eating it. It is widely known as a …

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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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Passion flowers growing and care | Aromatic flowers vine

Passion flowers Passion Flowers (Passiflora) is a common plant, which is found anywhere in open grounds. These aromatic flowers are very beautiful to see and bloom from July to cold. Passion Flowers has more than 400 tropical species. The flowers range from 1/2 inch to 6 inches according to species, these vines are found naturally from South America to Mexico. …

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How to grow Morning glory | Growing morning glory in a container

Morning glory How to grow Morning glory, Easy care Morning Glory, Morning glory growing tips, Growing morning glory in a container, You can grow this plant anywhere in your terrace garden, patio or outdoor. Here are some easy ways to grow plant and care by nature bring. Morning glory is annual climber flowering vines, which grow very fast,  they are some sweet …

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French Beans growing and caring tips | Green Beans

Green beans french beans are also known as green beans. It is mainly native to South America, it spread to England outside the land of Europe in the sixteenth century. Some people say it was brought by the refugees during the reign of Elizabeth 1. Many species of french beans are available, which are for a variety of size, color, …

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