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Flowers

Petunias and surfinias difference

Difference and how much to water One of the most beautiful and particular plants of spring is Petunia, famous for its luxuriant flowering with many bright colors. Petunia is a herbaceous plant with funnel-shaped flowers, simple or double, striped or variegated, which are characterized by the wide range of colors.
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Gardening

Weeds

Question: weeds I have been planting an already clovened lawn for about two months. After a short time a lot of weed has grown inside that I don't know the name (it is thin and blends with the lawn). Is there a remedy or herbicide to avoid all this? Thanks for the answer weeds - "> Answer: weeds Gentile Enzo, in general we use selective products on the weeds of the turf, to spread on the grass; unfortunately in your case they are not usable, as these herbicides work on weeds with broad, rounded leaves, such as the bad weed; on your lawn, where the weeds have linear leaves, similar in shape to those of the turf, you can instead use a anti-germinating herbicide: it is a herbicide that inhibits the development of young plants, and the germination of their seeds.
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Fruit and vegetables

Death of the pear tree

Pear tree pear tree is caused by a single-celled organism that is genetically related to the phytoplasmas that cause apple broom and stone fruit yellow. This phytoplasma settles in the phloematic tubes also infecting the body of the psyllas, or insects that live on the leaves and shoots of the pear tree.
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Garden

Where and how to grow azalea

Watering the azalea correctly: when and how much One of the operations to which more attention must be paid in the cultivation of azalea is that of watering. Mistakes in this phase, in fact, are the cause of irremediable problems in the life of the plant. In spring and summer the azaleas must be watered regularly without, however, making the soil too drenched.
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Garden

Scilla - Scilla

La Scilla To the genus Scilla belong some species of bulbous plants, originating in Europe, the Mediterranean area, Asia, the Middle East and southern Africa. These are generally small plants, which do not exceed 20-30 cm in height, with foliage of various sizes, and white or blue flowers, which bloom singly or in inflorescences of different sizes, depending on the species.
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Herbalist's shop

Alchemilla

Alchemilla Alchemilla Vulgaris belongs to the category of "officinal plants": plants that have pharmacologically active properties and that can be used as pesticides. It is also known by the name of: Erba Stella or Erba Rossa. From an etymological point of view, its name derives from the Latin term: alchemis.
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