Rome, wife and Finnish nature: what inspired the authors of musical masterpieces about flowers?
Any of us will name a couple of musical works, in the name of which certain flowers appear. What inspired the authors of these masterpieces and are all these compositions…

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Agave
The extensive genus of agaves unites approximately 300 species native to North and Central America. Agaves are very undemanding plants. The name was given in honor of Agave - the…

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Interesting facts about colors
More than 4000 years ago, the ancient Egyptians, who first thought of it, began to grow flowers Gardening and floriculture in the Middle Ages was an honor. People who showed…

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Pilea

The homeland of pylaea is the tropics of Asia, Africa and Australia. If you touch the mature buds of pylaea or slightly sprinkle water on them, they open and shoot pollen.
All pylaea are unpretentious and decorative throughout the year. It is recommended to grow them in wide pots or bowls. These plants will feel great if you find them a place on the windows of eastern and western orientation. Pilea has many varieties, differing in color and shape of the leaves. Only some species of this perennial plant can be grown as houseplants.

Temperature mode
Pilea is thermophilic, therefore it should be kept at a temperature not lower than 12 ° C. In winter, plants are kept at a temperature of + 16-18 ° C in a bright place. On frosty nights, they should be removed from the window sills and protected from drafts.
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Anthurium

The birthplace of Anthurium is the tropics of South America. Among a huge number of representatives of the genus there are epiphytes, vines and herbaceous plants.
Anthurium inflorescence is an ear wrapped in a brightly colored leaf. Anthuriums bloom for a long time. Sometimes up to 3 months. The plant blooms indoors mainly during the summer, but some types of anthurium can bloom most of the year, provided that they are kept at a temperature of 22-25 ° C.
The unique appearance of a houseplant emphasizes the sophistication of interiors made in the styles of past eras: Art Nouveau, Baroque, Empire style.

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HOW TO SAVE CUT CHRISTIANS IN A LONG VAZ?

Beautiful chrysanthemum is known for a wide variety of colors and shapes of buds. This plant is associated with fall in many days, the last warm days and the rustle of fallen leaves. Although modern flower shops offer to buy chrysanthemum not only in the fall, selling it in a slice and flower pots. Having received a bouquet of flowers as a gift, many ask how long to keep chrysanthemums. We hope our recommendations will help you with this.

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Save cut chrysanthemum So, you have been presented with a bouquet of chrysanthemums. We will tell you how to save cut chrysanthemums so that they will please you with their grace and unusual aroma for a long time. Continue reading

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HOW TO MAKE A BRIDE'S BOUQUET IN OUR HANDS?
An original wedding arrangement, created by individual order by experienced florists, will draw the attention of the guests of the event. For the bride, the bouquet is one of the…

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Secrets of a florist, or where do the bouquets come from?
Flowers ... These beautiful representatives of the flora have been praised by man for centuries, used to express their feelings, decorate homes and their own inspiration. Today, experienced florists collect…

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CHRISTMAS FLOWERS - WHICH TO CHOOSE
Christmas holidays are associated with a Christmas tree, bright balls and a nativity scene. Choosing bouquets and compositions of flowers for Christmas, you should stop choosing those that are decorated…

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How to take pictures with flowers?
Beautiful fresh flowers are simply created for a photo shoot, so there is nothing surprising in the fact that a girl who received a bouquet as a gift immediately asks…

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