Američka pevačica Demi Lovata serijom provokativnih fotografija najavila je skori izlazak svog novog albuma "Confident".

Bez šminke, odeće i fotošopa - tri su pravila kojim su se rukovodili pevačica i fotograf tokom snimanja pomotivnih fotografija za album "Confident".

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Demi se razgolitila pred foto-objektivom Patrika Eklišina, oficijalnim fotografom magazina "Vanity Fair", a poziranje bez trunke šminke i bez odeće pevačica je obrazložila na sledeći način:

- Ako sam nešto naučila to je da je život kratak. Uskoro će izaći moj novi album za koji mogu da kažem da u najvećoj meri pokazuje ko sam ja ustvari. Pokazuje kako sam prihvatila novo poglavlje u svom životu, ko sam zapravo i šta za mene znači biti siguran u sebe - rekla je pevačica za "Vanity Fair" i dodala:

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- Biti siguran u sebe znači biti autentičan i nemati problem da kažeš: "Ovo sam ja". Želim da pokažem onu stranu sebe koja je realna i koja je slobodna. Pa šta ako smo uradili potpuno prirodne fotografije? Ispale su super seksi, ali bez odeće, šminke i fotošopa - završava ova pevačica.

Here are 26 rare photos of famous person. In this gallery you will see the rare moments from the lives of famous people such as Michael Jackson, Muhammad Ali, Martin Luther King, Jr., Gwyneth Paltrow, Madonna, Charlie Chaplin, Albert Einstein, Brigitte Bardot, Pablo Picasso and others ...

Woody Allen and Michael Jackson

Steve McQueen, Paul Newman, Barbra Streisand & Sidney Poitier

Sophia Loren & Jane Mansfield

Sean Connery & Brigitte Bardot

Salvador Dali and Raquel Welch

Mick Jagger and Bruce Springsteen

Vivien Leigh and Ringo Starr

Ringo Starr and David Bowie

Muhammad Ali and Martin Luther King Jr.

Mick Jagger, Madonna & Tony Curtis

Salvador Dali & Coco Chanel

Micheal Jackson & Sir Paul McCartney

Michael Jackson, Francis Ford Coppola, George Lucas
Mother Teresa i Princess Diana

John Travolta and Sylvester Stallone

Elvis Presley, Joe Esposito, Frank Sinatra & Fred Astaire

Elizabeth Taylor i Princess Diana

David Bowie, Art Garfunkel, Paul Simon, Yoko Ono, John Lennon & Roberta Flack

Danny DeVito & Christopher Reeve

Claire Danes, Giancarlo Giammetti, Madonna, Gwyneth Paltrow, Valentino & Anne Hathaway

Charlie Chaplin & Albert Einstein

Brigitte Bardot & Pablo Picasso

Bob Dylan, Neil Young & Eric Clapton

Audrey Hepburn & Grace Kelly

Andy Warhol & Alfred Hitchcock

Salvador Dali & Walt Disney

Paris has an annual 30 million visitors, which makes it the most visited city in the world. However, first visits to the city of love can be quite overwhelming because it’s difficult to know where to begin. I’ve compiled a list to help you navigate your way around the city and tick off the most quintessential Parisian experiences!

1. Climb the Eiffel tower

This is a pretty obvious one. The best time to see the Eiffel tower is just before sunset. Time it so that once you get to the top you’ll be able to witness the sunset, dusk and then see the lights turn on. Paris has really spectacular pink sunsets in the Summer. By the time you get down it’ll be night, and you’ll be able to get photos of it all lit up as well. Enjoy a glass of champagne at the top of the tower, lunch at the new 58 Tour Eiffel on the first floor, or an elegant dinner at Le Jules Verne. 

2. Explore the Louvre

The Louvre or the Louvre Museum is one of the world’s largest museums and a historic monument in Paris. You could spend days wandering around so be sure to schedule at least half a day. The Mona Lisa is arguably the highlight of the museum, but there are many more impressive works of art to be found.

3. Scale the Arc De Triomphe

If you’re looking for the best views of Paris with the Eiffel tower in sight, head to the The Arc de Triomphe. It’s 9,50 € entry to climb to the top but it’s well worth it. The entrance is underground so be sure to look for the signs.

4. Visit Sacré-Cœur

The Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris is commonly known as Sacré-Cœur. It’s open every day from 6 am to 10.30 pm, so don’t miss the chance to experience its spiraling steps leading you to the basilica’s dome. If it’s a sunny day, the hillside front park is a lovely place for a picnic.

5. Discover Montmartre

Arguably my favourite neighborhood of Paris is Montmarte, dedicated to arts and local artists. In it’s intricate backstreets and laneways you’ll find more local colour than you would in the centre of Paris. It’s known as the ‘old Paris’ where time seems as though it’s stood still.

6. Visit Notre Dame

Notre Dame Cathedral (full name: Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris, “Our Lady of Paris”) is a beautiful cathedral on the the Île de la Cité in Paris. Begun in 1163 and mostly completed by 1250, Notre Dame is an important example of French Gothic architecture, sculpture and stained glass. It is the most famous of the Gothic cathedrals of the Middle Ages.

7. Admire impressionist pieces in Musée d’Orsay

Housed under the soaring roof of one of Paris’s grand old Beaux Art railway stations, the recently renovated galleries of the Musée d’Orsay contain the world’s largest collection of Impressionist masterpieces by the likes of Cezanne, Monet, Manet, Van Gogh, Degas, Gaugin, and many others.

8. Take a day trip to Palace of Versailles

Palace of Versailles, also known as the the Château de Versailles, is technically just out of Paris, but it is somewhere I would urge everyone to visit on their trip. Together with its gardens, the Versailles is one of the most famous monuments of world heritage. You could easily spend a day in Versailles, as well as exploring the city surrounding the palace. Although if you’re short on time, it’s also manageable to only spend half a day.

9. Relax in Jardin du Luxembourg

The Jardin du Luxembourg, or the Luxembourg Garden, located in the 6th arrondissement, was created in 1612. It is currently the largest public park in Paris. If you’re planning on picnicking, forget bringing a blanket – the elegantly manicured lawns are off limits apart from a small wedge on the southern boundary. Instead, corral one of the iconic 1923-designed sage-green metal chairs and find your own favourite part of the park.

10. Shop on Champs-Élysées

The Avenue des Champs-Élysées is a boulevard in the 8th arrondissement. It is arguably the world’s most famous and beautiful boulevard where you’ll find many flagship stores including Louis Vuitton, Chanel and Sephora.
11. Have afternoon tea at Ladurée

It wouldn’t be right to visit Paris and not visit the Laduree flagship store on Champs-Elysées. Sit yourself down and enjoy some afternoon tea and lots of sweets (the macarons are to die for!)

12. Visit Sainte-Chapelle

Sainte-Chapelle first opened in 1248 and was founded by the ultra-devout King Louis IX of France, who constructed it as a chapel for the royal palace and to house precious relics.
13. Climb the staircase at Palais Garnier

The Palais Garnier is a 1,979-seat opera house, which was built from 1861 to 1875 for the Paris Opera. Highlights include the Grand Staircase and horseshoe-shaped, gilded auditorium with red velvet seats, a massive chandelier and Chagall’s gorgeous ceiling mural.

14. Walk across Pont Alexandre III (and take a photo under it!)

The Pont Alexandre III is a deck arch bridge that spans the Seine in Paris. It connects the Champs-Élysées quarter with those of the Invalides and Eiffel Tower. The bridge is widely regarded as the most ornate, extravagant bridge in the city.

15. Explore the Latin Quarter & Sorbonne University

A great area for wandering back streets and cheap eats, but be sure not to miss Sorbonne University – the historic soul of the Latin Quarter, founded in 1257. Enjoy a drink on the café terrace in front of the college before exploring the winding little streets of the Quartier Latin behind it.

16. Ice-skate at Hotel de Ville during Winter

Montréal’s handsome City Hall was built between 1872 and 1878, then rebuilt after a fire in 1926. Far from being a humdrum administrative center, it’s actually steeped in local lore. From December to early March, an ice-skating rink sets up outside this beautiful building, creating a real picture-book experience.
17. Stroll around Saint-Germain-des-Prés

This quartier is named for the oldest church in Paris, St-Germain-des-Prés, and it’s become a prized address for Parisians and expats alike. If you had to choose the most classically Parisian neighborhood, this would be it. St-Germain-des-Prés has it all: genteel blocks lined with upscale art galleries, storied cafés, designer boutiques, atmospheric restaurants, and a fine selection of museums.

18. Descend into the Catacombes

Paris’ most macabre sight is its underground tunnels lined with skulls and bones, which hold the remains of about six million people. In 1785 it was decided to rectify the hygiene problems of Paris’ overflowing cemeteries by exhuming the bones and storing them in disused quarry tunnels and the Catacombes were created in 1810.

19. Picnic at Tuileries Garden

The gardens, which separate the Louvre from the Place de la Concorde, are a cultural walking place for Parisians and tourists where Maillol statues stand alongside those of Rodin or Giacometti.

20. Discover famous tombstones Père Lachaise Cemetery

Paris counts within its walls many of the world’s most poetic cemeteries– but Père-Lachaise outdoes them all. Countless famous figures are buried here: the most popular being Jim Morrison, whose tomb is kept constant vigil by fans. The French playwright Molière, Oscar Wilde, Edith Piaf, and Richard Wright are a few others.
21. Enjoy an afternoon in Le Marais

Dripping in old world elegance yet thoroughly modern in sensibility, Le Marais is one of Paris’ most intriguing neighbourhoods.  It spreads across parts of the 3rd and 4th arrondissements. Cobblestone streets wind through Le Marais’ dizzying network of hidden courtyards, provocative galleries, and ivy-covered boulangeries.

22. Grab a freshly baked baguette

I’m not kidding when I say you haven’t tasted bread until you’ve tasted a baguette in Paris. Le Grenier à Pain currently takes the title of Paris’ best baguettes!

23. Design your own perfume

Number 68 on the Champs-Elysées is the glittering, iconic home of Maison Guerlain. It is the world’s largest fragrance house, and the ultimate in Parisian beauty. Fragrance-junkies can follow their noses up the gilt staircase to perhaps most extraordinary of all: an entire library of scents; as well as its signature perfumes (from Shalimar to latest addition La Petite Robe Noire), they can create one all of their own.
24. Dinner and drinks at Buddha Bar

This restaurant-bar-lounge is located on the ultra-chic Faubourg St Honoré. Sushi isn’t something that’s correlated with Paris but trust me on this one and order the sushi. It’ll be some of the best you’ll ever have. After dinner, head upstairs and indulge in one too many cocktails.

25. Have a street crêpe

Thin, garnished and delicious, Paris has crêpe-making down to a pin. I found the best crêpes to be hidden in lane ways, where they mix their own local chocolate with nutella and strawberries! To. Die. For.

25. Stroll along the Seine River with a Café au Lait

Because there’s no better way to walk along the famous Seine river than with a coffee in hand!

26. Try eating snails

Because when in Paris? In all honesty, if you can close your eyes and get past the fact you’re about to eat a snail, it’s not the worst thing in the world. I’d say it’s worth ticking off this Parisian bucket list experience.
27. Visit the Christmas markets

If you’re lucky enough to witness the magic of Paris during Christmas, you MUST head to the Christmas market on the Trocadero. Stroll along with your mulled wine, gingerbread and multiple pastries.

28. Watch the Moulin Rouge

This has been a hit and miss with a lot of people and despite being quite touristy, I think it’s worth it if you book the dinner and show. Prepare yourself for topless dancers, sparkles and lots of red velvet decor. For a less touristy show, settle into a booth at Le Crazy Horse. 
29. Find the best macarons

Don’t think there was a day (or few hours) that passed where I wasn’t downing macarons in Paris. My favourites were from Ladurée, Pierre Hermé and Gateaux Thoumieux, but they’re pretty much all winners.

30. Wait in line for hot chocolate at Angelina

And yes, it’s totally worth the wait.

31. Have Dinner and drinks at Maxim’s

It may be a cliche, but this legandary grandest of grande dames on the Rue Royale still pleases hopeless romantics with its lavish, step‑back‑in‑time art nouveau interior.
32. View Paris from the Montparnasse Tower 

Arguably the best view of Paris in my opinion. Get the bird’s eye view of Paris that actually includes the Eiffel Tower. It looks absolutely magical when the city lights up at night.

33. Day trip to Disneyland Paris

Disneyland may not seem all that special to some people, but for us Australians, it’s a far-away childhood dream. I’m not going to say no to the happiest place on earth.

34. Browse Shakespeare and Company bookstore

Perhaps the most famous independent bookstore in the world, Shakespeare and Company can feel like something of a literary utopia. Cozy up and browse the former grounds of F. Scott Fitzgerald and Hemingway.
35. Eat a croissant for breakfast

When in Paris, eat like the Parisians eat. Head to Eric Kayser or Gontran Cherrier for the most deliciously light and flakey croissants you’ve ever had!

36. Go to a Jazz club

Jazz is a Paris favourite. Autor de Midi et Minuit in Montmartre does free jam sessions on a Thursday and Blue Note in Montmarte just expects you to buy one drink as an entrance fee. Both are excellent!

37. Wine, Baguette & Cheese in the Park

Paris is home to many spectacular parks so grab yourself a bottle of wine, a fresh baguette from the bakery and lots of cheese from a local grocery store. Find a bench or grass patch and enjoy the finer things in life.

38. Buy (or smell) all the peonies

When it’s peony season you’ll find every florist has a 3-foot pile of peonies sitting on their counter! There’s something special about peonies and Paris.

39. Head to the markets

For the best flea market go to Marché aux Puces de St-Ouen, for food head to Marché Bastille and for art and antiques, find Hôtel Drouot or Brocante des Abbesses.

40. Stroll La Promenade Plantée 

Roughly translated as The Green Walkway, La Promenade Plantée is a three mile long elevated green space, built atop an abandoned railway-line. The path is enveloped by trees and shrubs and lovely on a summer’s day. Walk along the Promenade Plantée till you reach Jardin De Reuilly – a ‘hidden’ garden in the middle of Paris.

41. Explore the Belleville neighbourhood

Enter Belleville – Paris’ working-class cosmopolitan neighbourhood. The array of cultures here is dizzying to say the least – chinese supermarkets and african stores hob nob with Tunisian restaurants and French cafés. It’s somewhat of a local secret and you will find few tourists here. Spend an afternoon exploring the quirky Rue Denoyez, a lane crammed with graffiti, street-art, and murals, followed by a drink at the legendary Café Aux Folies (an Edith Piaf favourite).
42. Watch a movie at the open-Air Cinema

The fantastic free open-air cinema festival Cinéma en Plein Air returns to Parc de La Villette every summer. It’s just one of the events that brings the buzz to this increasingly hip corner of northeast Paris.

43. Check out Love Wall

Paris being the city of love, it’s no surprise that this mural that features “I Love You” scrawled in hundreds of different languages, draws countless visitors looking for an opportunity to capture a smoochy holiday snap.

44. Dine at Le Double FondCafé Theater

Enjoy a moment of warm and Parisian authenticity. Located in the heart of the historical Paris, you will spend an unforgettable time in “Le Double Fond” with magicians that perform at your table, quality of service and the unique welcoming experience of this magic place.

45. Dinner & drinks at Jules Verne on the Eiffel Tower

The height of Paris cliches, but one that is truly unforgettable. A little pricey, but to be fair, you are dining on the Eiffel tower itself. Don’t forget to book in advance!
46. Go on a wine tasting tour

Take a day trip to Champagne, go on a Champagne sipping cruise along the seine and drown yourself in baguettes and cheese. Sounds like a perfect day to me! Ô Château are renowned for having the best wine tasting tours in Paris.

47. Have a late night picnic at the Square du Vert-Galant

The cosy park is situated on the western tip of the Île de la Cité. In the summer, the park is dotted with people relaxing on the grass, enjoying the view and watching the boats sail past on either side of the island.

48. Find vintage at Les Puces de Saint-Ouen

A labyrinth of shops are filled with surprises, strangeness and charm. Find all the vintage you never knew you needed.
49. Eat at a secret restaurant

Derrière is a hidden restaurant with an unmarked entrance on Rue des Gravilliers. The entrance opens into a courtyard, and a fabulous apartment. You can eat and drink wherever you like – in the salon, the dining room, the garden, even the bedroom.

50. Go to the Place des Vosges

The Place des Vosges is the oldest and most beautiful square in Paris—and where Victor Hugo lived. Have a drink in one of the cafés on the square and then roam around the Marais for the day, or end on the square. It was built by Henry IV in 1605-1612, over 400 years ago.

Farmeri znaju za koliko para seksualne usluge pružaju Maja Nikolić, Jelena Milošević, Tamara Đurić...

Za četrdesetak dana, koliko traje „Farma 6“, nebrojeno puta smo čuli da su muškarci neke učesnice iznajmljivali za seks po ceni od 500 evra! I Kristijan Golubović i Lepomir Bakić su nazivali cimerke prostitutkama.

- Takve kao što ste vi mi iznajmljujemo, razvaljujemo, pucaju vam silikoni. I Stanije i vas takve... Moji drugovi i ja takve silikonjare uzimamo za pet glava. Sve ste vi prostitutke! - rekao je Kristijan Staniji i Tamari.
Farmer sa debelim zatvorskim dosijeom i za Jasminu Medenicu je rekao da se bavi striptizom:

- Nije vam rekla da je bila najpoznatija srpska striptizeta u Americi. Pokazala mi je još treći dan kostim Baba Mrazice, a kad sam je pitao ko će to da nosi, ona mi je rekla: “Ja za Novu godinu, da te usrećim!”

Igračica Jelena Krunić rekla je da zna tarifu Maje Nikolić:

- Majin frizer mi je rekao da se ona za 500 evra... Žalio se da je slušao kako kod njega u salonu telefonom ugovara seks za 500 evra! Zamolio ju je da to ne radi jer mu tako rasteruje mušterije. Kazao mi je da pita klijente kako izgledaju, kad, gde...

Stanija, koja za sebe kaže da je prva srpska starleta, na zaprepašćenje gledalaca, Lepomiru Bakiću potvrdno je odgovorila kad je pitao da li je starleta lepši naziv za kurvu sa tarifom! Dobrojevićeva je raskalašnu balerinu Jelenu Milošević bockala da zna da ima umetničko ime Violeta, namenjeno za “drugi posao”, pa joj je rekla: Violeta, znamo ti tarifu.

Tamara Djurić je prošle godine optužena za bavljenje prostitucijom i novčano je kažnjena. Inače, za iznajmljivanje najprsatije stralete navodno treba izdvojiti, za sat vremena 120 eura, dok noć na jahti, u hotelu ili apartmanu sa njom uglavnom košta 300 evra.

Jedan od najvećih majstora borilačkih veština i glumac Brus Li (27. novembar 1940 - 20. jul 1973).

Prvi put se pojavio na filmu pre nego što je napunio prvu godinu života, u filmu "Golden gate girl". Snimio je više od 30 ostvarenja u žanru kunf-fu filma i stekao planetarnu popularnost.  Proučavao je dramu i filozofiju na Univerzitetu u Vašingtonu. Umro je u 32. godini od edema na mozgu, mada postoji više teorija koje tvrde da je Li ubijen. I posle četiri decenije, Brus Li ima poštovaoce i obožavaoce širom sveta. Njegov sin je takođe bio talentovani glumac. Poginuo je na snimanju "Vrana" 1993. godine. Imao je 27. godina. 

  • Uvek budi svoj, izrazi sebe, imaj vere u sebe. Nema potrebe da se ugledaš na neku uspešnu osobu i kopiraš je. 
  • Mudar čovek može da nauči više od glupog pitanja, nego što glupan može da nauči od pametnog odgovora.
  • Greške je uvek moguće oprostiti, pod uslovom da čovek ima hrabrost da ih prizna. 
  • Ne plašim se čoveka koji je vežbao 10.000 udaraca jednom, nego onog koji je jedan udarac uvežbavao 10.000 puta. 
  • Neka idu dođavola okolnosti; ja stvaram mogućnosti.
  • Upoznavanje samog sebe počinje od kontakta sa drugom osobom. 
  • Čovek je uvek važniji od bilo koje ideje ili sistema. 
  • Samo čekajte! Biću najveća kineska zvezda svih vremena. 
  • Ako previše vremena razmišljate o nekom poslu, nikada ga nećete sprovesti u delo. 
  • Pravi život znači živeti za druge ljude. 
  • Hvalisanje je način na koji budala misli da će postati slavan.
  • Budi srećan, ali nikad zadovoljan. 
  • Dobar učitelj štiti svoje učenike od njegovog uticaja. 

Iako je limun suptropska zimzelena biljka, može se gajiti i u našim krajevima ali uz posebnu brigu i pažnju. Svojim svetlozelenim listovima, belim cvetovima i mirisnim žutim plodovima, uneće vedrinu u svaki dom.

Gajenje limuna u kući ne bi trebalo da bude težak posao, ako pratite savete stručnjaka jer postoje neka pravila za pravilan uzgoj koja morate poštovati.

Nega limuna u saksiji u stanu

Limun traži dosta svetlosti pa zato birajte mesto u sobi koje gleda na jug ili jugoistok. Ako baš imate problem sa svetlošću u stanu, možete iskoristiti fluorescentnu svetiljku od 40 vati.

Zalivanje kućnog limuna

Ako je Vaš limun smešten u relativno tamnoj prostoriji, zalivajte ga na dve nedelje. Ako ga držite u toloj i svetloj prostoriji, zalivanje je neophodno svake nedelje. Pošto drvo limuna ne podnosi suv vazduh, obavezno mu prskajte lišće više puta sedmično.
Inače, zalivanje limuna treba da bude umereno, kada je u pitanju količina vode. Zimi zalivajte vaš limun na desetak dana, a leti svakog dana, naravno, uz prskanje listova. Najoptimalnije je zalivanje kišnicom i mekom vodom. Nikako ne koristite hladnu, već mlaku vodu, inače će listovi početi polako da opadaju.

Limun tokom leta

Leto bi limun trebalo da provede na balkonu, u bašti ili na terasi. Stavite ga na sunčano mesto, ali ga obavezno unesite u kuću pre prvih jutarnjih mrazeva.
U slučaju da nemate terasu ni vrt, limun može i leti ostati u kući, ali uz redovno provetravanje prostorije u kojoj ga držite uz zalivanje na oko 5 dana.

Limun tokom zime

Mrazevi oštećuju stablo drveta limuna pa nikako ne treba dozvoliti da bude na velikim hladnoćama. Stavite ga u predsoblje, ali nikako u podrum. Optimalni uslovi tokom zime za kućni limun podrazumevaju temperaturu od 7 do 13 stepeni i dosta svetlosti. Minimalno ga zalivajte, tek da se zemlja ne bi osušila.
Ako tokom zime preterate sa zalivanjem, biljka može da istruli i ugine.
Inače, limun zimi neće rasti u visinu, neće listati već je u posebnoj fazi odmaranja. Jedino će cvetati ako ga držite u toploj prostoriji, ali ni tada neće da zametne plodove.
U toku zime ne raste, ne lista, niti zameće plodove, već se odmara. Ako se drži u toploj prostoriji, i dalje raste i cveta, ali neće da zametne plodove.
Saksija sa limunom bi trebalo da se stavi na podmetač sa šljunkom. Šljunak u posudamaili podmetačima će omogućiti drenažu i sprečiti gubitak vlage.

Prihrana limuna

Tokom perioda vegetacije, neophodno je prihranjivanje biljke dva puta sedmično. Djubrite ga gnojivom za citrusne biljke u poznu zimu i početkom proleća.

Menjanje zemlje

Zemlja za limun mora se promeniti na dve godine. Izvucite biljku limuna sa sve korenom iz saksije, zatim napunite saksiju novom zemljom do polovine visine saksije, sabijte je i umetnite koren koji ćete zatrpati zemljom do visine od oko 10 cm stabla. Nakon toga, važno je da se limun dobro zalije.

Razmnožavanje limuna

Najlakše je razmnožavanje limuna putem semena, ali ako želite kvalitetne plodove, potrebno je kalemljenje nakon godinu dana, na okce. Možda je bolje, da nabavite kalemljeni limun koji već ima zelene i zrele plodove i po koji cvetić.

Razmnožavanje reznicama je takodje dobar način. Izaberite kvalitetnu reznicu, ubodite je u treset, stavite na svetlo mesti i pokrijte najlonom koji ćete otkrivati svakog dana u trajanju od oko 5 minuta. Nakon otprilike 6 sedmica, limun će početi da raste i tada se najlon skida.

Orezivanje i presadjivanje limuna
Na tri do četiri godine, limun koji je mlad, treba da se presadi a krošnja da se oreže. Takodje, iskoristitie presadjivanje da promenite zemlju tako što ćete koristiti mešavinu treseta, komposta i malo peska. Nadno posude stavite malo šljunka ili keramičkih komadića.
Vrlo velika, starija limunova stabla, se više ne presadjuju, već je potrebno samo menjanje zemlje i to površinskog sloja.
Redovno orezivanje svake godine doprineće da se krošnja lepo formira, posebno ako je limun još mlad.

Bolesti limuna

Poznato je da je limun osetljiv na lisnate, štitaste i vunaste vaši. Čim se pojave ove štetočine, odmah stavite vaše drvo limuna pod tuš, a onda nanesite insekticid koji će Vam preporučiti u poljoprivrednoj apoteci. Nemojte da čekate sa lečenjem jer će ono biti manje uspešno kada listovi počnu da se kovrdžaju.
Ako poštujete sve navedene smernice, limun će Vam cvetati i davati plodove svake godine. Pravilna nega koju ćete mu pružiti, omogućiće da drvo limuna živi i do 20 godina.
I na kraju, ako poštujete feng šui filozofiju, stavite drvo limuna pored ulaska u Vaš dom, jer tako donosi prosperitet i blagostanje. Nemojte se bojiti da će limun negativno uticati na vazduh u kući, na protiv, limun je biljka koja dezinfikuje sredinu u kojoj raste.

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