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 Gerbera Cultivation?

Answer Gerbera daisies are one of the most commonly cultivated and one of the most important flowers, around the world. According to Preesman B.V., a cultivation company, this success is due to the "wide ... Read More »
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Mangosteen Cultivation?

Mangosteen is a slow-growing tropical tree that produces a fruit with a fleshy purple rind containing white seed-bearing segments. The flesh is tangy and firm with a flavor similar to peach. To cul... Read More »
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Passiflora Cultivation?

Growing throughout the Americas as well as Asia, Australia, Africa and numerous Pacific Islands, passifloraceae, or passionflower, is a New World plant family that includes more than 400 species. E... Read More »
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Cultivation of Pomegranates?

Native to Persia, the pomegranate was also widely cultivated in early Greece. The large shrub does well in California and other Mediterranean climates, and is most successfully grown in areas with ... Read More »
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Papaver Cultivation?

Papavers are a genus of poppies that include dozens of varieties, ranging from the colorful oriental poppy to the narcotic opium poppy. The easily grow from seeds sown directly in gardens or starte... Read More »
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