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By: Jackie CarrollThe tree-like structure of a jade plant sets it apart from other succulents. With proper care, jade plants can grow to a height of 2 feet or .6 meters. They are among the easiest houseplants to care for, but if you have limp jade plant leaves, it’s time to take a close look at how you water the plant.

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Garden plants Published: Last edits: Hello dear friends - gardeners, gardeners and amateur flower growers! I want to tell you how I care for lobelia seedlings, as well as how and when I dive them into separate cups. White lobelia I already wrote about how she sowed white lobelia with a medical syringe.

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Abélia - Plant, cut, maintain, breathe - New

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Abélia, a small shrub ideal for small gardens! Abélia and a small hardy shrub (-15 ° C). Abelia is a trendy shrub, with long flowering stems and semi-evergreen foliage. Stems, with white or pink flowers - surrounded by colored bratctées - which undulate with the winds, with grace.

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Fruit and berry plants Published: Last edits: Schisandra (lat. Schisandra) is a genus of evergreen and deciduous plants of the Schizandra family, which, according to various sources, number from 14 to 23 species. However, only Chinese schisandra (Schisandra chinensis), or lemon tree, or medicinal schisandra, which naturally grows in China, Korea, Japan, Sakhalin, in the Amur region, in the Khabarovsk and Primorsky regions of Russia and in the Kuriles, is grown in culture.

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