Properties of Raspberry
Raspberries are a small plant of small size (semi-small), growing in gardens, forests (often in the fields of felling) and on the banks of rivers. It is famous for its…

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Mint is a medicinal plant
Mint is a plant species, which includes 42 species. They all contain a lot of menthol and are very aromatic. Due to this, they are often used in medicine, cooking…

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Caves and their peculiarities
A cave is a natural cavity in the upper layer of the earth's crust, which has at least one exit to the surface. Sometimes caves are the most complicated systems…

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Millenium, or Cutting grass

Thistle ordinary, or Cutting grass – is a perennial grassy plant with many beneficial properties. It got its names due to the separation of leaves into a large number of segments. Thousands – a thousand leaves, although the amount, of course, is different from all the representatives, usually a lot less than a thousand. And the second name, the cut grass, means “cut”, “cut” (on those same segments). Continue reading

Ayr and his benefit

Air is a genus of evergreen herbaceous plants, which includes from 2 to 6 species (according to different sources). There are these useful plants in various humid places: on the banks of rivers and lakes, in swamps. Moreover, most of them are located directly in the water, in shallow waters

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Description of Aira

The height of the plant varies from 10 to 120 cm. At the same time, Aire has a thick rhizome, a straight three-edged stem and long leaves emerging from the rhizome. The color of the plant is dull green. Continue reading

Frogs and their significance
Frogs are a group of very common animals, in which you can include, as well as all non-tailing amphibians, and only representatives of the real Frog family. Usually, under the…

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Properties of mushrooms
Mushrooms are a realm of wildlife that combines signs of both plants and animals. Although for a long time they were erroneously attributed precisely to plants. We attribute them to…

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