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Health Benefits

Health Benefits Of Spinach: An Impressive Superfood

It’s not really one of the health benefits of spinach but the dark green leaves with a crunch in them. Yes, that’s a bonus.Spinach, botanically is called Spinacia oleracea, is a very commonly available vegetable.The benefits of eating spinach have been discussed and recognized for decades. To encourage children to eat spinach, even the cartoon character of Popeye is shown to gain his energy from spinach.
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Growing Tips

How To Stop Plant Containers From Staining Decks

Container gardening can be a great way to grow plants by themselves or in tiny groupings.Plant containers make it easy for them to be moved around to different locations but the drainage holes may stain your decks. Learn how you can prevent stains by reading the article at the link below for more.JOIN Our FREE Plant Care NewsletterBy entering your email address you agree to receive a daily email newsletter from Plant Care Today.
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Bulbs

Perfumed Fairy Lily Care: Learning To Grow Chlidanthus Fragrans

Chlidanthus fragrans klid-an-thuss, FRAY-granz is an exotic bulbous species from the Amaryllidaceae family and close relative of the daffodil.It’s native to South America, specifically in Peru and the Andes.The genus name means “delicate flower” while the species name references the strong citrus scent of the flowers.
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Lilies

How To Fertilize Lilies – When & How Much

There are two main questions to answer anytime you think about fertilizing lilies: when, and how much?Neither answer is very complicated, but unfortunately it can’t be answered very specifically in a general article, since it depends on many individual factors. Follow the directions on the package for that.
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Growing Tips

Mignonette Flower Care: Learn To Grow the Reseda Plant

Native to Europe, southwest Asia, and North Africa, Reseda res-EE-duh a genus of herbaceous plants has a long recorded history.The honey-like sweet fragrance emitted by its flowers is attractive to anyone near it.Since the name Reseda means “to calm or appease,” the ambrosial scent makes complete sense.
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