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Fresh Flowers In The Bathroom

Fresh Flowers In The Bathroom

You can relax and unwind after a hard and troublesome day at work in nature, in a sauna, or just at home, wrapped in a blanket with a favorite book in your hands or a TV remote control. Many people like to just take a shower, lie down in a warm bathtub filled with fragrant foam. To make your stay even more comfortable and relaxing, you should take care not only of aroma oils, salts, and foams, which help relieve stress, tension, and fatigue but also about the interior of the room itself. Read more

Jasmine: Planting, Care And Reproduction At Home

Jasmine: Planting, Care And Reproduction At Home

The object of pride of any gardener, both professional and novice amateur, are the plants, striking with their beauty and unusualness, planted on the site. The most attractive plants with confidence include jasmine bushes. The aroma of this flower is familiar to everyone since childhood – the sweet-exotic smell makes your head spin, fills everything around with a delicious fragrance. Spreading bushes with white flowers in the shape of stars never cease to amaze with their indescribable beauty. Read more

How To Care For An Orchid In A Pot?

How To Care For An Orchid In A Pot?

Orchid – the real queen of the home greenhouse. Any grower, even a beginner, recognizes her among thousands of other plants by her wide brilliant leaves and gorgeous flowers. Sometimes it is flowering, long and intense, that becomes the determining factor in choosing an orchid in a flower shop. But the joyful owners of this flower often encounter a lot of problems in the process of leaving, as this plant is very demanding in almost everything – from choosing a pot to moisture in the air. Therefore, it is necessary to seriously approach the study of how to care for an orchid at home. Read more

How and when to plant in the garden tagete

Tagete

If we like organic farming must be clear that we must use the resources and support that gives us nature in combating pests or improve productivity, we mean the flora and auxiliary fauna, of which we have already spoken several times in the blog, many plants help us attract beneficial insects to the garden or just to repel pests of our plants, this is what is known as an auxiliary flora. Read more

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