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Magnolia The Most Early Spring Flower

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Magnolia is one of the most welcome arrivals after attending the garden in early spring. Its large felt covered buds open from late April to early May, providing a welcome color to its globular flowers. Magnolia trees can be placed in any size garden. They may be small and delicate, with about three meters of height and grow to impressive sizes up to twenty meters. Here is a brief guide to magnolias...

Benefits of Drinking Chamomile Tea

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Chamomile tea is a popular herbal tea which is widely believed to have a calming and relaxing effect. Chamomile is a family of related plants; Most of chamomile used in tea is a type of Matricaria pharmacy. It is also spelled as camomile. Furthermore, as a tea to drink itself, it is a common ingredient in herbal tea mixtures. It is used both as a beverage and as herbal medicines. Despite the fact that...

Daisy The Lovely Flower with Vivid Colors

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Daisy is loved for its simplicity and vivid colors. Bellis parennis is its latin name, which means “very” and “eternal”, respectively. In addition, under the name “Daisy” is considered a modification of “eye of the day” as they close their petals at night and open them in the morning. They were grown in the ancient temples of the Egyptians because of...

Roses The Symbol of Love and Prosperity

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Roses have a long and colorful history. Rose is 35 million years old, according to the fossil evidence. Today, there are more than 30,000 varieties of roses and has the most complicated family tree of all known species of flowers. Growing roses most likely began in Asia about 5000 years ago. They were part of the human experience so far and mentions of the flower are woven into a great many tales of...