Mentha – How to Plant, Grow and Care for Mint Easily
Do you know how to grow a mint plant easily?
Well, growing a mint plant from seeds is very easy at home indoors. You just need to take care of mint plants by providing the water, sunlight, nutrients and many other factors that are responsible for the growth. Here in this article, we share the complete information about how to grow, care and harvest the mint plant.
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Do you know the benefits of money plant? | Do you know How to Grow Devil’s ivy Plant?
Well, we are glad if you know about money plant. But if you don’t, we will help you out to know more about money plant by providing the right information to you. Here in this article, we will let you know how to grow and care for money plant at home.
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Do you like mushrooms?
When you buy mushrooms from a supermarket, we are not sure about how they grow and are not safe to eat. Growers might use some pesticides or harmful chemicals like potassium or zinc to grow more quickly than the actual maturity time and to look beautiful. Though it tastes good at the beginning, later you may face some severe health problems.
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Onion Plant – Allium Cepa
Onions or Allium Cepa is a perennial annual plant which is native to China, Persia, India, Egypt and central Asian countries. The plant has hollow blushy green leaves and the begins to grow at the base of the plant. During the spring season, foliage may die and outer layers of the bulb become dry and brittle.
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Potato – Solanum Tuberosum
Potato is a starchy tuberous crop in the nightshade family of Solanaceae. the word may refer to the plant or its edible tubers. It is the staple food for many parts of the world and originated from European countries. Continue reading “How to Plant, Grow and Care for Potatoes Easily”