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জাতীয় পর্যায়ে শ্রেষ্ট শিবরাম অাদর্শ সঃপ্রাঃবিঃ

জাতীয় পর্যায়ে শ্রেষ্ঠ স্কুল-“শিবরাম আদর্শ সরঃ প্রাঃবিদ্যালয়” এর শতবর্ষপূর্তি ও পুনর্মিলনী উৎসব উপলক্ষে-শিক্ষা ক্ষেত্রে বিশেষ অবদান রাখায়, শিবরাম আদর্শ পাবলিক স্কুল,লালমনিরহাট এর প্রতিষ্ঠাতা পরিচালক, মোঃ রাশেদুল ইসলাম রাসেদ এর হাতে সম্মাননা পদক তুললে দিচ্ছেন শিক্ষাগুরু ( জাতীয় শ্রেষ্ঠ প্রধান শিক্ষক) জনাব, নূরুল আলম স্যার এবং এস. এম. খাদেমুল ইসলাম খুদি- আহবায়ক, শতবর্ষপূর্তি ও পুনর্মিলনী উৎসব।

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  50. In late fall to early winter, Black Prince produces a brief green stalk from the center of its rosette.

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  55. This petite black succulent boasts the symmetrical rosette sample that Echeveria are known for.

  56. Protect from frost and water completely when soil is totally dry.

  57. This doesn’t occur frequently with succulents, but is not out of the realm of risk.

  58. The flat heads of rose-pink flowers seem in late summer season.

  59. The leaves of Gibbaeum typically look velvety, as many species have tiny
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  60. It will trigger harm to the plant and probably trigger it to die.

  61. Haworthia margaritifera need full solar to light shade, warm
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  62. It’s one of the darkest Echeverias, along with Echeveria Black Prince.

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  70. Chances are you’ll spot these white fluff first earlier
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  72. There are virtually 2.000 species, primarily present in Southern Africa, with extreme variations
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  73. in autumn, deliver containers indoors to sunny however cool
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  75. Sinocrassula yunnanensis is straightforward to take care
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  76. Of course, plants also have leaves that get old and
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  77. Share cuttings with friends.We like the thought of sharing succulent with friends.

  78. However, some succulent just like the Sansevieria does fairly well from cuttings.

  79. Photo by Allison Sidhu.Sedum thrives in full solar in sandy, nicely-drained soil.

  80. These offshoots will live on and continue producing offshoots of their own after the mother plant flowers and
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  81. If you determine to purchase a moon cactus, simply know that
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  82. Many succulents are the most effective solution for these
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  83. Each five-inch plant, with waxy, white-inexperienced leaves that develop in bud-like circles,
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  84. Should be hardy to no less than Z7b and possibly quite a bit colder.

  85. Most of the popular annual succulent reveals are held by regional affiliate organizations
    of the The Cactus and Succulent Society of America (CSSA).

  86. Despite being hardy crops, they will endure if neglected
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  87. There does seem to be a little bit of a discrepancy inside the
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  88. The scape is as much as 5 toes tall with many, many
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  89. The rosettes can reach as much as eight inches in diameter and the complete plant can develop up to three ft in top.

  90. Several sellers on Etsy and Amazonsell naturally colourful succulents.

  91. You in all probability need to move the plant a few times to find the
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  92. Some species develop in cold areas and take hard frost, while
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  93. Phalaenopsis, the moth orchid, blooms multiple occasions through the 12 months.

  94. In very broad phrases, nonetheless, most succulents are very reasonably priced.

  95. As with most succulents, this one advantages from watering
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  96. Unfortunately, the Rose Pincushion Cactus’ reputation is its largest downfall.

  97. Photo by Allison Sidhu.And don’t fear about your USDA
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  98. Many have been cultivated to be wonderful, slow-rising
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  102. There does seem to be a little bit of a discrepancy inside the plant world over whether
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  108. As the leaves develop, they turn out to be a deep purplish-black color.

  109. An Andean dry forest native, we’ve noticed this beautiful species in habitat between (6000–9000’+) in central Bolivia
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  110. Instead, they get locals — typically poor farmers or shepherds barely scraping a dwelling from hardscrabble land on small ranches
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  111. P. nelii has the identical necessities for planting,
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  113. This is the rarest, least understood of the Andean tubers, known to
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  114. They are available in a wide variety of sorts, shapes and colors.

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  117. Most sedums grow well in full solar and prefer a well drained area.

  118. One good method to examine whether or not it’s time to water is to verify the moisture of
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  119. It is a succulent with needle-like leaves that flip an orange-pink shade
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  120. You can drink the water from a cactus (a good thing to know should you’re ever misplaced in the desert).

  121. It is a viable means of rapidly producing mature specimens for
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  122. The leaves curve inward and have clean edges that
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  123. Let the water drain completely through it and then replace it within the saucer you’re using beneath the pot.

  124. Poachers first go into the habitat, he explains, to survey the vegetation and photograph them.

  125. n China, they are prized for their chubby limbs and cute shapes.

  126. Like most plants, the best way to water a succulent is to
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  127. In 2012, extensive research into the status of Parodia rechensis
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  128. These are hardy, resilient plants and will reward you with offshoots for years
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  129. Photo by Allison Sidhu.Sedum thrives in full solar in sandy, nicely-drained soil.

  130. It requires partial solar, rare watering, and nicely-draining soil.

  131. Of the three African aloe trees, the Giant Quiver Tree or Aloidendron pillansii is the rarest.

  132. As its identify implies, the Giant Quiver Tree can develop very tall, reaching a maximum height of about 10 m (32.eight ft).

  133. As a conservation leader for the Cactus and Succulent Society of America, Minnich is working to educate the
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  134. As for care, learn the data that normally comes with the vegetation you buy.

  135. Photo by Allison Sidhu.And don’t fear about your USDA Hardiness
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  136. Anything and every thing about succulents, a.ok.a.
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  138. Some succulents have very pointed leaves that can be very sharp.

  139. “All the cacti were gone and the bottom was full of divots where the plants had been clearly dug up,” Blackwell recalled.

  140. A beautiful low growing plant to 1’+ tall with fern like pinnate leaves.

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  145. Sellers do this to idiot patrons into considering that the cactus is flowering.

  146. Unfortunately, the Rose Pincushion Cactus’ popularity is its biggest downfall.

  147. When this happens, the hibotan remains to be viable,
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  148. Partial solar or shiny indoor light is best and water the plant only when the soil is
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  151. It also usually grows close to other succulents from the
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  153. Real succulent flowers are much more colorful than these simulacrum of actual flora that can fade and crumble extra time.

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  157. Spring and summer time are one of the best
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  158. With luck, the stem will proceed to develop, and the minimize rosette
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  161. With the Echeveria “Black Knight,” you can expect a rosette-fashion succulent.

  162. When rising indoors, give your potted succulents the brightest windows in your home.

  163. Autumn Fire is an improved type of Sedum ‘Autumn Joy’ that is bigger growing, has bigger flower heads and
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  164. This doesn’t occur regularly with succulents, however just isn’t out of the realm of risk.

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  174. While they don’t seem to be rare in California and may be grown in nurseries, the process takes years.

  175. They require porous soil and proper watering techniques so as to thrive.

  176. Moss rose, P. grandiflora, trails over the rim of a hanging pot.Give it full sun and room to roam, and it will tolerate even the driest of soils.

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  180. You probably want to move the plant a number of times to seek out the best spot
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  181. Echeveria Black Knight is an fascinating succulent with darkish-coloured
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  182. “We are actually capable of tie a stolen plant directly again to a gap,” O’Neil said.

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  187. To the untrained observer this little lump of a
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  189. Sansevieria trifasciata and its many cultivars are among
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