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Butterfly
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Some plants are more susceptible to disease than others. That said, you can prevent damage to some degree, since pests and ailments befall weak plants above all. The goal of every garden hobbyist should therefore be to encourage vigorous, healthy growth in his or her plants, and the most essential prerequisites are proper placement and healthy soil.

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Summer vacation offers sun and the promise of good weather. For most people summer vacation is just a few short weeks of relaxation before the daily grind starts up again. But if you have a garden or balcony, you can feel like you're on vacation even after coming home from a day at work. Best of all, you don't even have to bother with the hassle of travel to feel like you're away.

Dieffenbachia
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The Dieffenbachia steals the show in your home with its lovely patterned leaves, colourful character and air purifying qualities. The pattern on this plant’s leaves is certainly a distinctive characteristic. Dieffenbachias, available with either large or small leaves, come mostly with plain green leaves, although you may often discover this different plant with interesting designs on their leaves, ranging from yellow, white and green; always giving you a unique feel for your home.

Celosia-Rosa-Chrysanthemum
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The late summer ties its own beautiful bow on summer. Create lovely late summer experiences with seasonal plants in the mild hours on the terrace and in the garden. Make sure to maintain the entity when you compose your late summer decoration and hereafter you can add details that will ensure vibrant life in terms of choice of colours, shapes or differences in heights. With plants in strong and balanced colours you can create a fresh and elegant late summer expression. Place pink Celosia, roses and Chrysanths together on a little garden table and enjoy their happy colours.



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