Aloe vera, growing in pots or in the garden. All the detailed instructions for growing aloe. From the care to be devoted to the plant to multiplication by cuttings. It is possible to grow aloe vera both at home and in the garden, it is, in fact, a very rustic, resistant and easy to care plant.
How to illuminate a garden: all the low-cost solutions proposed by the market to illuminate the garden while saving money and energy. How to illuminate a garden - The pathways , flower beds… they are highly decorative and emit the light which is used to trace a path (to see where you step) or to enhance a flower bed!
The points in favor of internal thermal insulation are that: the intervention is economical; the other condominiums do not need to agree; brings some benefit in terms of lower consumption for heating. The points against, however, are many more: the thermal bridges remain as they are; if there is mold on the walls, it stays where it is (indeed it tends to get worse) and just avoid seeing it; the risk of condensation increases; the walkable surface decreases; that saving on gas does not necessarily come back to you in terms of comfort.
The dwarf beagle is a size, no longer standard or widespread, than the beagle. The breed is always the same and belongs to the category of hunting dogs. The dwarf beagle is dwarf, otherwise it is considered of medium size, it is of English origin and even if it was originally used a lot, in any size, to hunt rabbits, pheasants, foxes and hares, today it is hunting for company and cuddles, often.
If you love flowers all year round, you can't help but grow cyclamen, rustic garden plants. In this regard, let's see how to grow cyclamen by following our instructions. 15 cm between one and the other.
American bulldog, a dog not officially recognized as a breed by the FCI but which turns out to be an excellent animal for guarding livestock, hunting wild boar and as guard dogs. Docile, easy to train, powerful and harmonious. Its origins are American, there are several variants: they depend on the "doses" English Bulldog, Pointer, Boxer and Saint Bernard.