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Kebab

Kebab

May holidays are a wonderful opportunity to combine business with pleasure: garden cares, work and barbecue picnics. Wherever you spend your weekend - in a summer cottage, in a garden, on a river or lake, even just in the yard - there is a place for barbecue everywhere. The main thing is desire, good company and knowledge of how to cook a delicious barbecue on a fire....

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Eternal eoniums and their complex nature

Eternal eoniums and their complex nature

Among indoor succulents, there are many plants with both a classic appearance and flaunting their unusual details. One of the most popular representatives of the Tolstyankov family - eonium is considered to be a plant not only hardy and long-lived (as its name says), but also extremely effective....

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Thigh

Thigh

It is not surprising that the thigh plant was included in the state pharmacopoeia of Germany and Switzerland. The saxifrage thigh is a surprisingly viable and unpretentious plant of the umbelliferous family. A thigh grows on virgin edges, forest glades and on stony soils. It is not possible to tear up a plant because it sits quite firmly in the ground, and over the years it accumulates unique biological substances: aromatic compounds, acetic and benzoic acids, fatty and essential oils, resins, saponins, coumarins, proteins, sugars, flavonoids....

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Eggplant - heart balm

Eggplant - heart balm

Eggplant is native to Southeast Asia, and therefore loves the hot subtropical and tropical climate. More than 1500 years ago, eggplant was cultivated and grown in China and in the countries of Central Asia. This vegetable has spread thanks to Arabs who brought eggplant to Africa and the European Mediterranean. Eggplant, or Solanum melongena, is a species of perennial herbaceous plants of the genus Solanum, a popular vegetable crop....

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