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Care of Potted Hibiscus Trees

Hibiscus 2 image by Nicolas Richer from Fotolia.comTropical hibiscus (Hibiscus rosa-sinensis) trees are actually shrubs that are grown for their ornamental value. Hibiscus will grow and thrive in containers and can be brought indoors during the winter in cooler climates. Hibiscus plants are hardy in USDA Zones 9a to 11.
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Types of Cedar Trees

Left to their own devices, cedar trees grow to be some of the largest and long lived. When brought under cultivation, they don’t get quite as high or live quite as long, but they still make a dramatic statement. Cedar trees are hardy no matter what planting zone you live in, from zone two in Canada to zone nine, all but the one hottest zone on the continent.
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Common Japanese Trees

Japanese maple image by Horticulture from Fotolia.comMany Japanese trees are common in North American gardens. Japanese trees come in sizes to fit small and large landscaping plans alike.Japanese MapleJapanese maple (Acer palmatum) is hardy in USDA Zones 6 to 8. The tree has a round crown and thin twigs and grows from 15 to 20 feet tall.
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Star Jasmine Plant Care

Jasmin image by saied shahinkiya from Fotolia.comStar jasmine (Trachelospermum jasminoides) is a fragrant, evergreen climbing vine that thrives in mild climates. The small, white star-shaped flowers bloom in the spring and have a pleasing scent. Star jasmine can survive a vigorous pruning -- home gardeners often prune the vine into a shrub shape rather than letting it climb.
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Horse breeds: Monchina

Origins and aptitudes Indigenous Spanish breed in danger of extinction. Its name means bush and refers to its adaptation to the topography of the land. Originated from the indigenous breeds of the northern Iberian peninsula, with a marked influence of ponies of Celtic origin. Throughout its history there is an extensive bibliography that connects it to the English Exmoor breed, due to the animals imported by the British from the north of the Iberian peninsula to work in the mines.
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