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Pruning tree or shrub is a work, contrary to what many think, much easier than it seems. Just keep in mind some simple tips: The problem is that most people will overlook this practice and exercises carelessly. The result is crooked trees and even a poor harvest.
Generally, only those plants should be pruned or trees that lose their leaves in winter. Although some species, although they retain their green leaves all year, should be pruned to grow too strong. Like everything else, we must take into account the needs and characteristics of each plant.
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It is said that the origins of cultivated roses goes back to the garden in the old Imperial China. In Hindu mythology it is associated with the goddess of love and beauty, as in classical Greece. He was also highly revered in Pharaonic Egypt. It is believed that Cleopatra was filled pillows with petals of this flower.
The rose has gained a popularity that can hardly dispute any other flower. In fact, it is considered? The queen of flowers?. In addition to its aroma, smooth and exquisite roses have the allure of its beautiful flowers, and a sleek look that makes it the most widely cultivated plant in parks and gardens throughout the world. Read the rest of this entry »