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Sage - Salvia officinalis

Offal sage It comes from the Mediterranean coasts. Aromatic plant with very fragrant leaves, widely used in cooking. During the winter some varieties completely lose their leaves while others are semi-persistent. It is a shrub that in nature can reach 60 centimeters in height.
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Agave syrup

Agave syrup What is agave syrup and what are its properties? Agave syrup, also called honey, is a natural sweetener whose extraction takes place starting from the sap of the homonymous plant: it is exactly blue agave that grows in Mexico It is mainly used in the kitchen as it has a sweetening power 25% higher than that of refined white sugar, commonly used but, given the most recent studies on the subject, it is particularly harmful.
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Tillandsia

Question: tillandsia hi, my tillandsia aerarium has been the whole winter period inside the house and now with the first sun (at least in the daytime) I leave it outside where the sun is beating ... now it is turning yellow !!!! what can I do??? I water them once every 15 days by immersing the plant for about 10 min.
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Rosa baccara

The origins of the baccarat rose The baccarat rose is the creation of the French house leader in the hybridization of the rose bushes, Meilland-Richardier, the most awarded in the world. The Meilland family began cultivating roses in the late 1800s, later joining Richardier, who was also a great rose producer.
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Outdoor succulents

Question: outdoor succulents which are the succulents that I can put in a rock garden and which last outside even in winter without having to collect them. outdoor succulents - "> Answer: outdoor succulents Dear Alvaro, there are many succulents that can survive outdoors, even with very cold temperatures, many degrees below zero; unfortunately in the countries of origin of many succulents, winter is a completely dry season, therefore the survival of these plants is guaranteed only by a completely dry soil, from October to March; in fact in many succulent gardens the flowerbeds are equipped with canopies, which do not keep away frost, but prevent rainwater from reaching the ground around plants.
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Noni syrup

The Noni plant "Noni" is the most used term to indicate Morinda citrifolia, a plant belonging to the Rubiacea family, widespread in Polynesia but now widely appreciated and used all over the world. The Noni plant easily adapts to various environmental factors but still the greatest cultivation is found on the island of Tahiti.
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