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Glucomannan

Glucomannan The vegetable fiber that is derived from the roots of a plant called "Amorphophallus Konjak" takes the name of glucomannan; by extension this name is generally given to the entire plant. Given its remarkable healing properties, glucomannamo in Western societies is available mainly in the form of supplements that can be found in herbalist's shops.
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Drosera adelae

Drosera adelae Drosera adelae, is a carnivorous plant native to a small strip of Australia, a region called "Queensland". This carnivore has a capture system very similar to that of the African cousin Drosera capensis, in fact, its lance-shaped leaves are covered by small tentacles, endowed with a fair amount of glue at the ends.
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Aloe

Aloe, the plant of a thousand qualities The Aloe genus includes dozens of succulent plants, native to southern Africa, in the xanthorraceae family; not to be confused with the so-called American aloe, the agave, which has more coriaceous leaves, and is generally much larger. The aloe produces a dense rosette of long lance-shaped leaves, fleshy, sharp, sometimes with a margin provided with short pointed thorns; there are varieties of light green, others dark green, others covered by a thin pruinose layer, which makes them bluish.
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Rincospermo

Question: I find good morning again, in the middle of April I bought a beautiful plant of retorchment to put in my loggia, it is sheltered by a glass window because it stands at an altitude of about 600 meters, a beautiful large vase with suitable soil. In these 2 days I realized that the leaves are a bit dry, but the plant still looks viable and has some sprays.
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Hydrangea Macrophylla Nana

Dwarf hydrangeas The Hydrangea Macrophylla dwarfs are a very popular variety of garden flowers, also used to create small curbs and rows of reduced dimensions. Unlike normal hydrangeas, dwarf ones are obviously small and have a more limited development.
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