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Why do you need decorative rabbits?">Why do you need decorative rabbits?

I understand when people in the village raise rabbits for meat and fur. But they shed and smell very strong. Such animals are given for an outlet. I would not say that a rabbit cannot be stroked, very much even possible. Only now it will not respond to you with affection as well, as cats or dogs do.
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How to transplant orchid babies at home, without roots, rooting babies

Phalaenopsis and Dendrobiums are quite popular among amateur flower growers in our country. These plants have a characteristic feature - the baby is able to develop at the top of the pseudobulb, which facilitates the reproduction of these flowers. Phalaenopsis' processes can emerge from a dormant bud on a peduncle or at the base of the basal neck.
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Camellia

Camellia: Camellia comes from China and Japan, where many varieties grow. In Europe the camellias were imported by G. J. Camel starting from the second half of the 1700s. However, this splendid plant reached great popularity only a century later, following the success of Dumas's novel, "The Lady of the Camellias".
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Nutrients Iron

Nutrient elements Iron: Iron is a catalytic microelement, considered among the ten elements essential to plant life; among those elements, that is, that if one fails, only the plants cannot survive. In plants it is present mainly in the leaves, accumulated mainly in chloroplasts where it participates in the synthesis of chlorophyll, the very important pigment that colors green plants and in chlorophyll photosynthesis where it transforms light energy into chemical energy.
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Pine Weymouth Radiata, other common varieties, than attractive

Weymouth Pine is an evergreen ornamental tree. Consider the most popular varieties. Contents: Distinctive features of the Weymouth pine The most common varieties Application in landscape design Distinctive features of the Weymouth pine The Weymouth pine is a bright representative of the family, in the wild it can grow up to 70 m.
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