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Baobab to be transplanted

Question: Baobab to be transplanted Hello, I have 2 baobabs in pots on the balcony and I would like to transplant them to the ground. There are 2 specimens of Adansonia Madagascarensis obtained by burying 5 seeds from Madagascar about 6 years ago. Currently the trees sleep about 2.5 meters high (I live in Bari 500 meters from the sea).
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Fruit and Vegetables

Horseradish

The irrigation of the horseradish The horseradish is a plant that must be watered with regularity. We can grow it in all regions of Italy but it is important to avoid letting it face long periods of drought. For a domestic cultivation we can wet by hand simply with the help of the watering can.
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Apartment plants

Phalaenopsis care

Phalaenopsis cure: general characteristics Phalaenopsis is an orchid native to the regions of India, Indonesia, Australia and the Philippines. It is characterized by the presence of 2/6 green and large leaves, able to reach a maximum length of about 50 centimeters. The roots are very ramified, thick and become silvery when the plant needs watering.
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Garden

Lavender plant

When to water the lavender Lavender is a plant that does not need particularly abundant and frequent watering. In fact this kind of bush also prefers to stay a few days in the dry rather than having a layer of soil soaked with water. Lavender prefers areas that are not too humid, which is why it is essential that the soil is dry when it is intended to proceed with its irrigation again.
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Gardening

Christmas tree

The right Christmas tree First of all it will be fundamental to choose a tree that is well proportioned to the environment in which it will be exposed: a tiny tree in a living room of fifty square meters will not do justice to the symbol of Christmas par excellence. Therefore, first rule: proportions. And it is not only a matter of greatness, be it clear, but also of forms, which must be as harmonious as possible.
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Fruit and Vegetables

Gravel sanding of stone fruits

Gravel sanding of stone fruits. Sanding of stone fruits is a fungal disease that occurs with great frequency on peach, apricot and cherry, also present on the plum tree and on the almond tree. It manifests itself as tiny holes in the foliage, as if the plant had been impallinato with a shotgun.
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