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Gerbera - How to care for and grow your gerberas

Gerbera - How to care for and grow your gerberas

HOW TO GROW AND CARE FOR OUR TREE PLANTS The genus includes herbaceous plants highly appreciated for their very colorful and long-lasting flowers which are also widely used as cut flowers. : Cichorioideae Tribe: Mutisieae Genus: Gerbera Species: see the paragraph "Main species" GENERAL FEATURES The genus Gerbera belongs to the Asteraceae family and includes numerous species native to southern Africa, in particular the Trasnvaal and Natal plateaus, growing at an altitude of 1100 m s .

Horticulture Therapeutic Benefits – Using Healing Gardens For Therapy

Horticulture Therapeutic Benefits – Using Healing Gardens For Therapy

By: Susan Patterson, Master GardenerUsing garden therapy is a great way to heal nearly anything that ails you. There’s no better place to relax or become one with nature than in a physical therapy garden. So what is horticultural therapy and how is it used? Let’s learn more about healing gardens for therapy and the horticulture therapeutic benefits they provide.

Insects On Hummer Feeders: What To Do For Hummingbird Pests

Insects On Hummer Feeders: What To Do For Hummingbird Pests

By: Teo SpenglerHummingbirds are a gardener’s delight, as these brightly colored, tiny birds zip across the backyard in search of the nectar they require to keep moving. Many aid the little birds by hanging out feeders filled with sugar-water. For information about keeping pests out of hummingbird feeders, read on.

Well completion after drilling

Well completion after drilling

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Can I Transplant Cannas: – Learn When To Transplant Canna Lilies

Can I Transplant Cannas: – Learn When To Transplant Canna Lilies

By: Darcy Larum, Landscape DesignerCannasare tropical plants that are often planted for their colorful foliage varieties, though their bright red, orange or yellow flowers are stunning as well. Despite cannas only being hardy in zones 8-11, they are just as common in northern gardens as they are in southern regions.

Haworthia cooperi var. venusta

Haworthia cooperi var. venusta

Scientific NameHaworthia cooperi var. venusta (C.L.Scott) M.B.BayerSynonymsHaworthia venusta (basionym)Scientific ClassificationFamily: AsphodelaceaeSubfamily: AsphodeloideaeTribe: AloeaeGenus: HaworthiaDescriptionHaworthia cooperi var. venusta is the beauty among other varieties of Haworthia cooperi.

Amorphophallus images

Amorphophallus images

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What is the most used fertilizer for the cultivation of water lilies?

What is the most used fertilizer for the cultivation of water lilies?

By Antonino Crapanzano Water lilies are aquatic plants belonging to the genus Nymphaea (Linnaeus, 1753), of the Nymphaeaceae family. This genus of plants includes about 50 species that have very large and decorative flowers. Originating from the Asian continent, water lilies are now widespread in the our country.

Firebush Cutting Propagation: Learn How To Root Firebush Cuttings

Firebush Cutting Propagation: Learn How To Root Firebush Cuttings

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterNative to the warm climates of the West Indies, Central and South America and Florida, firebush is an attractive, fast-growing shrub, appreciated for its attractive foliage and abundant, bright orange-red blooms. If you live in USDA plant hardiness zone 9 through 11, firebush will be an attractive addition to your landscape, and rooting cuttings from a firebush isn’t difficult.

Lucky Bean Plant Care – Lucky Bean Houseplant Info

Lucky Bean Plant Care – Lucky Bean Houseplant Info

By: Laura MillerThe first time you see young lucky bean plants, you mightnot believe your eyes. So named because they sprout from a large (golf ballsized) bean-shaped seed, these Australian natives can grow into 130 feet (40 m.)tall shade trees and live for 150 years. Luckily, however, they can bemaintained as intriguing houseplants.

Information About African Gardenia

Information About African Gardenia

Get Started What Is African Gardenia: Tips On Caring For African GardeniasBy Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistMitriostigma isn& 39;t a gardenia but it sure has many of the famous plant& 39;s attributes. If you are looking for consistent lovely blooms, evergreen, shiny leaves and fun little orange fruits, try growing African gardenias.

Guajillo Acacia Info – Tips For Growing A Texas Acacia Shrub Or Tree

Guajillo Acacia Info – Tips For Growing A Texas Acacia Shrub Or Tree

By: Mary Ellen EllisThe guajillo acacia shrub is drought-tolerant and native to Texas, Arizona, and the rest of the southwest. Many people also like it for its limited watering needs and smaller size in limited spaces.Guajillo Acacia Info – What is a Guajillo?Senegalia berlandieri (syn. Acacia berlandieri) is also known as guajillo, Texas acacia, thornless catclaw, and mimosa catclaw.

Growing and varieties of lilies from the oriental hybrids group

Growing and varieties of lilies from the oriental hybrids group

From a warm climate - near St. Petersburg The overwhelming number of varieties of lilies of the group are oriental hybrids obtained in countries with a warm climate: in the USA, New Zealand, Australia. The fact is that due to the long growing season and late flowering periods, the areas of their cultivation in the open field are limited, and a strong susceptibility to viral diseases forces them to provide them with a high agricultural background.

Dizigoteka

Dizigoteka

Dizigoteka is a beautiful decorative leafy houseplant native to Australia and Oceania. It is rare in modern homes. For some, she does not look so attractive, for others it seems that she is too demanding and capricious. Many have never seen her, and do not know anything about her. Nevertheless, it is a wonderful indoor flower that can decorate a windowsill in an apartment or office.

Ruellia - Acanthaceae - How to care for and cultivate our Ruellia

Ruellia - Acanthaceae - How to care for and cultivate our Ruellia

HOW TO GROW AND CARE FOR OUR LANDSCAPES Ruellia are delightful little plants that grow a bit. everywhere; much appreciated for being grown in pots for their abundant and long-lasting blooms. Brazil even if they frequently meet a little; all over the world as they live in the most diverse habitats: rainforest, desert, swamp, retropical zones, temperate zones and grasslands.

What Are Crop Wild Relatives – Why Are Crop Wild Relatives Important

What Are Crop Wild Relatives – Why Are Crop Wild Relatives Important

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterWhat are crop wild relatives and why are they so important? Wildcrop relatives are related to cultivated domestic plants, and some are thoughtto be ancestors of plants such as barley,wheat,rye,oats,quinoaand rice.Many familiar vegetables such as asparagus,squash,carrots,garlicand spinachalso have wild relatives.

Carnations In Containers – Learn About Potted Carnation Plants

Carnations In Containers – Learn About Potted Carnation Plants

By: Tonya Barnett, (Author of FRESHCUTKY)Carnationsare extremely popular due to their use in stunning cut flower arrangements.Coming in both annual and perennial types, these easy-to-grow flowers are along-time favorite of many gardeners. When grown from seed, growers may choosefrom a wide array of colorful carnation blooms.

 Fern - How to care for and grow our ferns

Fern - How to care for and grow our ferns

HOW TO CULTIVATE AND CARE FOR OUR PLANTS FELCYCLASSIFICATION BOTANICARegno: PlantaeClado: Ferns and related groupsOrder: PolypodialesPREMESSALThe plants that we commonly call FERNS are plants without flowers, fruits and seeds and in the botanical classification they are included among the Briophytes (the largest representatives) Gymnospermae.

 How to grow an apple tree and properly care for it in order to harvest a good harvest

How to grow an apple tree and properly care for it in order to harvest a good harvest

It's great when an apple orchard is laid out near the house or at their summer cottage: in the spring the air is filled with the wonderful aroma of delicate flowers, and from mid-summer to late autumn you can feast on crispy juicy apples and make supplies for the winter! But even experienced gardeners sometimes have questions: how to grow an apple tree so that it produces rich harvests every year, does not grow, does not freeze in winter, is not exposed to common diseases and pests, and so that the fruits are of excellent quality?

How to properly grow a pumpkin at home on a balcony or windowsill

How to properly grow a pumpkin at home on a balcony or windowsill

The container cultivation of field crops allows you to collect a real, and most importantly, an edible crop now in a city apartment. Pumpkin is an attribute of any vegetable garden, but it can also be grown on the balcony at home. A limited balcony space can be a great place to ripen a regular pumpkin or its decorative equivalent.