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Fifi Superdonat

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Okra is used for healing ulcers & keeping joints limber. It helps to neutralize acids, being very alkaline, & provides a temporary protective coating for the digestive tract. Okra is rich in dietary fiber & helps to regulate the body’s blood sugar. Its mucilage helps bind together bile acid & bad cholesterol. Okra contains glutathione, a powerful antioxidant that helps fight against germs & bacteria. Pods of the plant are a rich source of Vitamin K which strengthen bones. #dherbs

Okra is used for healing ulcers & keeping joints limber. It helps to neutralize acids, being very alkaline, & provides a temporary protective coating for the digestive tract. Okra is rich in dietary f

DIY – Strong Trellis For Heavy Vegetables And Strong Winds

Building a strong walk through trellis for squash and cukes. This is a great way to grow squash/cukes. It reduces pest fungal problems, makes picking easier allows you to grow more in less space. Cattle panels nailed to raised beds - couldnt be easier!

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AUREO MACULATUM The synonym for this croton is Gold Dust. It frequently sports Punctatum.   Small myrtle shaped green leaves, spotted yellow.

AUREO MACULATUM The synonym for this croton is Gold Dust. It frequently sports Punctatum.

Philodendron cordatum (oxycardium) house plant - also called Sweetheart Vine, Heartleaf Philodendron. Grows in my room in a window with a southern exposure. Plant care for http://www.plantandflowerinfo.com/plant_care_cordatum

Philodendron cordatum (oxycardium) house plant - also called Sweetheart Vine, Heartleaf Philodendron. Grows in my room in a window with a southern exposure.

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"I think painting a tiny courtyard garden wall, in a strong colour is a great way to create cohesion outdoors. It also makes a striking backdrop for lush green shade planting." Photograph by Russell Smith / green home