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Beets

Beets

Swiss chard are easy to grow leaf plants; most of the varieties tolerate the cold, and can be grown as annuals, but with the passage of time the leaves become more and more leathery, it is therefore advisable to periodically renew the beet field, or to collect the entire tufts by cutting them at the root.

Pergola

Pergola

Pergola In recent years, the do-it-yourself has become one of the most loved and appreciated hobbies by people. Do-it-yourself is an operation that delights and is useful for anyone who wants to try their hand at something, for example those who love jewelry can deal with costume jewelery, those with a green thumb can delight in taking care of the plants, those who love engines can take care of the own vehicles.

Refractory bricks

Refractory bricks

General Those who decide to make a barbecue themselves must also know the characteristics of the material to be used. It is not possible to use classic bricks for this specific function, because they would not prove to be resistant enough to high temperatures.

Eucalyptus essential oil

Eucalyptus essential oil

Eucalyptus essential oil Eucalyptus essential oil is a herbal product known and used, for its therapeutic and healing properties. It can also be used as a disinfectant and decongestant. Characteristics of the plant The essential oil of eucalyptus is extracted from Eucalyptus Globulus, which belongs to the Myrtaceae family, an evergreen plant, which can reach 80-90 meters in height.

Fig - Ficus carica

Fig - Ficus carica

The ficus carica is a plant of very ancient origins, coming from Middle Eastern countries, (Turkey, Syria and Arabia). a tree that reaches 7-8 m in height, has large leaves with three and five lobes, thick and wrinkled. Some varieties can produce two types of fruit, the first are harvested in May-June and are called the & 34; fioroni & 34 ;, they are generally large in size, while the second production, called & 34; real figs & 34 ;, are harvested at August-September and are smaller in size than fioroni.

Venus flytrap - Dionaena muscipula

Venus flytrap - Dionaena muscipula

The very particular name indicates a plant of American origin, cultivated for a long time, both as a houseplant and as a plant for particular collections; it is a carnivorous plant, which particularly attracts fans of these species. The name Dionaea derives from one of the attributes of Aphrodite, daughter of Dione; it was attributed to her by one of the first scholars who became interested in this small plant, who found it so beautiful and graceful that it was assimilated to the goddess of love and beauty.