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HOW THE WOMEN OF HISTORY MADE BEAUTIFUL WITH THE PLANTS OF POPPEA WATERIngredients: 250 gr of sea salt or table salt100 gr of baking soda 4 l of milk500 gr of honey2 handfuls of rose petals1 glass of olive oilPreparationPour into the water of the bath not too hot The addition of these ingredients to the bath water must follow its own sequence: first the honey is dissolved in the milk and kept in a container near the tub; then the salt is poured into the water and then the sodium bicarbonate trying to make them dissolve well.

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Saintpaulia: planting the cuttings in the soil with hydrogel Information

Saintpaulia: planting the cuttings in the soil with hydrogel

Houseplants Published: Last edits: Hello, dear friends - summer residents, gardeners and indoor plant lovers! Not so long ago I told you about the simplest and most effective way to propagate indoor violets - about rooting a leaf cut of a violet in water. And today it is time to tell how to transplant a rooted leaf into the ground, so that it takes root very quickly and soon gives birth to children.

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Growing Ground Orchids: How To Care For Spathoglottis Garden Orchids Collections

Growing Ground Orchids: How To Care For Spathoglottis Garden Orchids

By: Anne BaleyIf you live in a warm environment such as central or southern Florida, ground orchids can do well in your flower beds almost year round. In other parts of the country, you can grow them in containers and bring them indoors when the weather begins to cool in the fall. Spathoglottis garden orchids are a terrestrial orchid, which means it developed in the soil instead of in the air on tree branches.

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Zen Succulent Arrangements: How To Make A Succulent Zen Garden Information

Zen Succulent Arrangements: How To Make A Succulent Zen Garden

By: Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY GardenMaking a Zen garden with succulents is another way homegardeners are growing these plants inside the home. A mini Zen garden with just a couple of plants leavesplenty of room for sand in which to doodle and create a basic design. Read onto learn more about growing Zen succulents.

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Browningia

Browningia is a genus of cacti, comprising 11 accepted and 3 unresolved species. It is named for Webster E Browning (1869-1942), director of the Instituto Inglés, Santiago, Chile.Click on the photo or the name of the succulent plant for which you wish to see further information.Back to Browse Succulents by Genus.

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