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Cephalanthus occidentalis

Generalities This type of plant is a deciduous shrub or small tree native to North America; there are 6-7 species of cephalanthus, widespread in America, Asia and Africa. This variety has an erect bearing, and generally develops some stems, branched in a rather disordered way, which grow up to 2-3 meters in height.
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Garden furniture

Drip irrigation system

General The irrigation systems are different: underground, above ground, drip. The drip irrigation system drops the water that is deposited on the ground very slowly. It is an irrigation, in which the system does not absolutely need a water pressure because it is a micro irrigation.
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Equipment

Brushcutter Alpina

Apina: made in Italy design Alpina is a brand of gardening equipment and items, its products, with a Made in Italy design, are aimed at both professional and hobby customers. In fact, there are two main product lines, the one known as the White Range intended for the hobbyist with small workloads and the black Label, which is more professional.
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Garden

Toothbrush plant - Grevillea

Grevillea The genus Grevillea has hundreds of species of shrubs and small trees, originating in Australia and New Guinea. In Europe only a few species are grown, chosen among the most resistant to cold. The climate of the places of origin of the grevillee grown in Italy is quite similar to what we could find in the central and southern areas of the peninsula, therefore with hot and dry summers, and winters that are not excessively cold and fairly humid, but not too much.
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Gardening

How to prune olive trees

When to prune the olive trees The best period for pruning the olive trees is to be considered towards the end of the winter period, since being plants very sensitive to cold and to harsh climatic conditions, they would be made even more vulnerable by pruning operations carried out too early.
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Fruit and vegetables

Peeling of stone fruit

Peeling of stone fruit Peeling of stone fruit is a fungal disease that occurs with great frequency on peach, apricot and cherry, also present on plum and almond trees. It manifests itself as tiny holes in the foliage, as if the plant had been shot with a shotgun.
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