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Bury an orchid

On this page we will talk about: other articles: see also: Orchids bury an orchid: you are in: - video - bury an orchid - video Help us to grow click bury an orchid The majority of indoor orchids are epiphytic plants, that is not they sink their roots in the ground, but they produce air and the rest are immersed in an incoherent compound.

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Balsamita - Chrysanthemum balsamita

Name: Chrysanthemum balsamita Family: Composite Common names: Roman amenta, bitter grass, good grass, Madonna's herb, St. Peter's grass, St. Mary's grass, fritola, Greek mint. Habitat: in the meadows of hilly and flat areas, in all regions of Italy. Parts used: the leaves and flower heads The great book of Bach flowers.
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Woodruff odorata

Name: Asperula odorata Family: Rubiacee Common names: disen, gletto, grasot, pearl, raspello, stellina. Habitat: shady areas below 1600 meters Parts used: leaves and stem Journal / Notebook Bellflower: Campanula Blue 6 x 9 ... 137 lined pages for endless note taking. To do lists to help you accomplish your daily goals.
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Asparagus - Asparagus

Name: Asparagus officinalis Family: Liliacee Common names: butcher's broom, spalice, sparag, spares, spirgene Habitat: mostly cultivated, there are spontaneous varieties that grow in the sea resorts. Parts used: both the stem and the root The garden of the simple. Herbs, herbal teas and healing practices Price
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Laurel property - Laurus nobilis

Name: Laurus Nobilis Family: Lauraceae Common names: aurar, laur, lorer, onoro, romolino Habitat: in the Mediterranean scrub. Parts used: leaves, fruits. Illustrated atlas of medicinal and healing plants. Ediz. illustrated Price
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Camaleone, Cardone - Carlina acaulis

Name: Carlina acaulis L. Harvest: In autumn. Properties: Healing, diuretic, tonic, sudorific, cleansing, digestive. Family: Composite Common names: Cardo di San Pellegrino, timepiece, tiroliro, capщ, carlo pinto, articiocc de montagna, evergreen. Daucus Carota Mordet i Svaneke Price
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Burdock - Arctium lappa

Name: Arctium lappa Family: Composite Common names: cappellaccio, causarazzi, cima de rani, cuoppo, dapazza, porcina grass, gardalan, gratacuel, ingaizzi, lambazze, repese, zecchitella. Habitat: it grows mainly in meadows and uncultivated areas below 1500 meters in height. Parts used: roots, leaves and seeds.
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Garlic - Allium sativum

Name: Allium sativum Family: liliacee Common names: ai, ajo, ajun, aggiu, agliazzu, allu, hudor, scorbo. Habitat: it is only cultivated Used parts: the Black pineapple Price bulbs
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Altea - Althea officinalis

Name: Althaea officinalis Family: Malvaceae Common names: bismalva, bonavise, wild hemp, malvaria, hollyhocks, malvaveste pramariscu. Habitat: loves the cool and humid areas Parts used: roots, leaves, flowers Bitter herbs. A small chronicle Price
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Absinthe - Artemisia absintium

Perennial herbaceous plant, native to central and southern Europe; from the fleshy rhizomes branch erect, semi-woody stems, up to 80-100 cm high; slightly branched in the lower part, almost not at the top. The leaves are green, rendered greyish by the presence of a thin white hair; they have a pinnate shape, but they tend to become less pinnate rising from the bottom to the top, they give off a strong, very aromatic scent and have a very bitter taste; the apical leaves are thin, linear, smaller than the others.
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Shepherd's purse - Capsella bursa pastoris

Name: Capsella bursa - pastoris Medic. Family: Crucifers. Common names: Cassella, Judas grass, picuraru vurca, raperina herb, greenhouse urchins, bursa de mazzone. Habitat: it adapts to any climate up to 2300 meters in height. Parts used: Flowers and leaves. The chamomile defeated the evil Price
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Alliaria officinalis

Name: Alliaria officinalis Family: Crucifera Common names: agghialora, alliare, grass ai, wild lunaria. Habitat: meadows and woods below 700 meters Parts used: leaves, flower, seeds Set calendar Agenda 2019 Lady Kent 16 S Oberthur Green Anise 1 Week on 2 Pages + 1 Pen Stylus Touch blumie Price
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Levistico - Levisticum officinalis

Name: Levisticum officinalis Koch. Harvest: Fruits and roots in autumn, leaves between April and June. Properties: Diuretic, antiseptic, carminative, tonic and digestive. Family: Umbelliferae. Common names: mountain celery, ligustio, mountain appio, sistra. Habitat: It grows in the Alpine and Apennine areas up to 1500 meters.
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Caper - Capparis spinosa

Name: Capparis sipnosaL. Harvest: The flowers and roots are harvested in the early spring, a little later than the fruits. Properties: Diuretic, anti-arthritic, aperitif, tonic, digestive and astringent. Family: Capparidacee. Common names: Zucchetta, sunflowers, tapania, chiapparelle, capirin.
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Safflower - Carthamus tinctorius

Name: Carthamus tinctorius L. Collection: The flowers at the beginning of summer, the seeds at the end. Property: Purgative. Family: Composite. Common names: Urfaru, saffron nuts, saffron bastard, saffron. Effect of Salvia officinalis on lymphocytic and bacterial DNA: A comparative in vitro study Price
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Gentianella, major gentian - Gentiana acaulis

Name: Gentian acaulis L. Harvest: In the warmer months. Property: Digestive, carmatic. Family: Gentianacee. Common names: Scipoe, croquettes, calso de ciuch, zenzariella, bells, spring bellflowers. Eficácia de óleos essenciais no controle de Rhizopus stolonifer em uva: Use of Rosmarinus officinalis L.
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Wool thistle - Dipsacus fullonum

Name: Dipsacus fullonum L. Harvest: In September and October. Properties: Sudorific, aperitif, diuretic, purifying. Family: Dipsacacee. Common names: Wolf combs, cloth thistle, rissolo, scardaccione, shepherds' top. Medicinal herbs from the garden of the Lord. My herbarium: useful tips for health and wellness Price
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Tarragon - Artemisia dracunculus

Name: Artemisia dracunculus L. Harvest: In the warmer months. Properties: Aromatic, antiseptic, digestive, aperitif, antispasmodic, stimulating. Family: Composite. Common names: Tardone, stregon, dragon, serpentaria, tarragon, stragonsel. Effect of Salvia officinalis on lymphocytic and bacterial DNA: A comparative in vitro study Price
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Cece - Cicer aretinum

Name: Cicer aretinum L. Harvest: In the warmer months. Properties: Urinary, diuretic, vermifuge, antiseptic. Family: Leguminous. Common names: Sis, ciximi, fasgiolum tundu. Effect of Salvia officinalis on lymphocytic and bacterial DNA: A comparative in vitro study Price
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Fava - Vicia faba

Name: Vicia faba L. Collection: Flowers in spring, pods in early summer. Properties: Sedative, diuretic. Family: Leguminous. Common names: Fava, excavations, pods. Vicia Faba: Agronomy, Physiology and Breeding: Proceedings of a Seminar in the CEC Program of Coordination of Research on Plant Protein Improvement,… Coordination of Agricultural Research Price
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Mediterranean Finocchiella - Seseli tortuosum

Name: Seseli tortuosum L, Collection: The fruits in autumn, the other parts between June and August. Properties: Carminative, stomatal, tonic, Family: Umbelliferae. Common names: Erba de la pittitu, spaccasassi, kisses, rhythm, St. Peter's grass, fenoiu di mare. Angelica at middle school! Price
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