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What to plant after onions?

What to plant after onions? This question is often asked by gardeners and gardeners. After all, planting onions in one place for several years in a row is not recommended. Contents: Briefly about soil fatigueCrop rotation Planning combined beds Briefly about soil fatigue Each crop consumes certain substances from the soil.
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Jackdaws ate the corn

In the evening I saw that two rows of sweet corn had already puffed up with hillocks: they were about to rise. In the morning I went out into the garden after breakfast and almost got a heart attack: instead of seedlings - funnel-shaped pits and not a single sprout! Only there are traces of jackdaws around on wet soil. No wonder: you had breakfast, jackdaws too.
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Gardening

Gerani

Hollyhock Geraniums The favorite plants in Italy, but also in the rest of Europe, to beautify balconies and terraces during spring and summer. The flowering is very rich, the simple cultivation, the care to be lent not excessive: insomme perfect plants for the beginners and also for the experts.
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Don't forget me - Myosotis

Perennial herbaceous plant native to Europe, North America and New Zealand. They are small plants with oblong leaflets and characteristic flowers, intense blue, which bloom in profusion in spring and early summer gathered in clusters. It is a very rustic plant, which can also be found in the wild, it usually develops slowly, but tends to occupy all the available space.
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Fruit and Vegetables

Exotic fruits

By now they have become an increasingly constant presence in the supermarket counter, while once they were consumed only on special occasions, such as Christmas or other holidays. These are exotic fruits: fruits from tropical areas of the world, where delicacies with bizarre and peculiar shapes and colors are produced.
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Garden

Hypericum - Hypericum

The Hypericum There are many plants belonging to the genus of the Hypericus; they are mostly small herbaceous perennials, but there are also small evergreen or deciduous shrubs; many species and varieties are used as ornamental plants, although most species exhibit the same beneficial characteristics as the officinal plant.
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