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Bacopa

Generalities Bacopa is a perennial aquatic herbaceous plant found in most tropical and subtropical regions of Asia, America, Australia and Africa. It has thin fleshy stems, very branched, creeping, erect; which grow mainly underwater, and bear numerous small, thick, light green succulent leaves; the stems are covered with a thin hair; the stems that reach the surface, rising from the surface of the water, produce numerous 4-5 petal flowers, white or lilac.
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Fruit and vegetables

Hot pepper

Question: Spicy Chili We purchased a spicy chilli seedling. Could you advise us how to make it grow? We live in a hilly area at an altitude of 760 meters, a rather dry climate and a sunny area. At home we can have 15 to 20 degrees. Thank you. Sabrina and Luciano.
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Bulrush - Juncus effusus

Generalities This type of shrub is a perennial aquatic bush, widespread in the wetlands of all continents, it lives near rivers and lakes, in clean running waters, but it is often found also near the marshes. The rush develops in tufts, quickly covering large surfaces, producing underground rhizomes; it grows developing stems up to 100-150 cm tall, green, leafless or with leaves wrapped around the stem, cylindrical and flexible, usually smooth or slightly striped longitudinally; in summer it produces small fan-shaped, brown-green flowers.
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Fruit and vegetables

Loquats

Generalities The fruits of two different species of plants are commonly called medlars, the first being a fruit bearing of central European origin, the Mespilus germanica, with brown fruits, with autumn ripening; the other is a plant of Central Asian origin, now widespread in most of the globe, the eriobotrya japonica, with orange fruits, which ripen in early spring.
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Drip irrigation system

General The irrigation systems are different: underground, above ground, drip. The drip irrigation system drops the water that is deposited on the ground very slowly. It is an irrigation, in which the system does not absolutely need a water pressure because it is a micro irrigation.
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Bonsai

Bonsai

Question: bonsai hello I wanted to know yes in March they can be repotted, from potted plant to bonsai pot. и then yes you can make pruning of fairly large branches on a Kosterian fir thanks in advance x the answers Answer: bonsai Dear Giuseppe, pruning and repotting are fundamental operations to obtain a nice healthy and well developed bonsai; they are, however, to be carried out at the right time of the year, to avoid having suffering plants, subject to diseases, or even to avoid compromising their development.
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