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Fruit and Vegetables

Plum - Prunus domestica - Prunus domesica

Prunes are an ancient fruit, present in the wild in about 300 species, widespread throughout the northern hemisphere; the fruits commonly called plums come from various cultivars and hybrids of plants of the species prunus domestica, from which also apricots, almonds, cherries, peaches are obtained.
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Borage - Borago officinalis

Borage Name: Borago officinalis L. Family: Borraginaceae. Common names: burros, napatara, vurrani, burage, erba de la torta, burraxi. Habitat: from the plain to the first mountain slopes. Parts used: flowers and leaves. Materia Medica Viva Volume 3 Arnica to Avena sativa Price
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Garden

Pervinca maggiore - Vinca major

Of European origins, it is a genus of 7 species of herbaceous and suffruticose plants, perennial, of reduced dimensions. The most common are V. minor and Vinca major, creeping perennials, also used in rock gardens. These are evergreen perennials. They are widespread throughout Europe, especially in the undergrowth, in shady areas, where they expand facilitated by the creeping habit.
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Fruit and Vegetables

Red beet - Beta

The red beet is cultivated for the round root of red color with violet reflections, which is consumed cooked for salads and other preparations. Climate: temperate climates prefer it, not being a winter variety, in fact it must be planted at the end of winter, when there is no longer the risk of late frosts.
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Apartment plants

Philodendron - Philodendron - Philodendron cordifolium

The Philodendron Houseplant very common in Europe, there are dozens and dozens of species, all of them originating from South America. In cultivation in apartments we find mainly species and varieties of climbing type, with thin fleshy stems, which bear large oval or heart-shaped leaves; the particularity of climbing filodendrons is that of producing roots at each internode, with which they cling to any support.
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Flowers

Primula auricula

Primula auricula: PRIMULACEAE PRIMULA AURICULA L. Bear of ear Yellow primula 5-20 cm tall plant. Rosette basal leaves, gray-green, large fleshy. Umbrella flowers, with 5 lobed golden yellow corolla. Flower. : IV - VII. It grows in the mountains on rocky, cracked, calcareous soils. Phylogeny, biography and systematics of Soldanella L.
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