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Scumpia

The deciduous shrub or scumpia tree (Cotinus) is a member of the sumac family. In nature, such a plant can be found in areas with a temperate climate in Eurasia and in the eastern part of North America. This genus unites only 2 species. The Frenchman J. Tournefort, who was a botanist and doctor, called this plant "cotinus", in ancient Greece this was the name of the wild olive.

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Celandine

The plant celandine (Chelidonium) belongs to the dicotyledonous genus and belongs to the Poppy family. The name of the species is large celandine (Chelidonium majus). There are various popular names for the plant. For example, puree, yellow milk, podtinnik. The name of the genus from the Latin language can be translated as "swallow grass".

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Information About Licorice

Get Started What Is A Licorice Plant – Can You Grow Licorice PlantsBy Liz BaesslerMost people think of licorice as a flavor. If asked to come up with licorice in its most basic form, you might very well pick those long, ropy black candies. But where does licorice come from? Believe it or not, licorice is a plant.

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Hosta Winter Preparation – What To Do With Hostas In Winter Interesting

Hosta Winter Preparation – What To Do With Hostas In Winter

By: Amy GrantHostas are shade loving, woodland perennialsthat reliably come back year after year with very little care. While they areeasy going plants for the most part, some simple hosta winter care should beundertaken in the fall. Keep reading to learn more.Hosta Cold TolerancePrized for their color and texture, hostas can be grown in USDA zones 4-9.

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Agave is a fruitful and unpretentious blackberry variety Miscellanea

Agave is a fruitful and unpretentious blackberry variety

Perhaps every colorful plant has a humble counterpart. For a rose, this is a peony. Cherries have cherries. In the shade of the fragrant sweet raspberry, the blackberry lurks. It's amazing why it is grown: the berries are watery, the thorns are larger, the bushes are huge and climbing. Everything is so and not so. Delicate blackberries ripen when the raspberries are gone.

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Christmas Cactus Buds Falling Off – Preventing Bud Drop On Christmas Cactus Miscellaneous

Christmas Cactus Buds Falling Off – Preventing Bud Drop On Christmas Cactus

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistThe question, “why is my Christmas cactus dropping buds,” is a common one here at Our site. Christmas cactus plants are succulents and hail from the tropical forests of Brazil. Most of these are sold straight from greenhouses where they have experienced strictly controlled lighting, moisture and temperature conditions.

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