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Information About Epiphytes

Information About Epiphytes

Get Started Xerographica Air Plant Information – How To Grow Xerographica Plants IndoorsBy Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterXerographica plants are epiphytes that live not on the ground, but on limbs, branches and rocks. Unlike parasitic plants that depend on the host for life, epiphytes use the host merely for support as they reach towards the sunlight.

Spots On Hydrangea Leaves – How To Treat Hydrangeas With Leaf Spots

Spots On Hydrangea Leaves – How To Treat Hydrangeas With Leaf Spots

By: Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY GardenHydrangeas are afavorite flowering shrub of many, with big blooms and attractive foliage.However, spots on hydrangea leaves can ruin the beauty and infect other shrubs too.Learn how to treat the hydrangea leaf spot disease and make your plantbeautiful again.

Valencia Peanut Info: Learn How To Grow Valencia Peanuts

Valencia Peanut Info: Learn How To Grow Valencia Peanuts

Did you know that the average American eats 6 pounds (almost 3 kg.) of peanut products per year! There are actually four types of peanut: Valencia, Spanish, Runners, and Virginia. Of these, many peanut aficionados claim that Valencia peanuts are the best to eat raw or boiled. If you are only familiar with peanuts in the form of peanut butter or ballpark snack, you may be wondering what are Valencia peanuts?

Cold Hardy Vines – Choosing Flowering Vines For Zone 3

Cold Hardy Vines – Choosing Flowering Vines For Zone 3

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistCold regions of the Northern Hemisphere can be tough areas for plants unless they are native. Native plants are adapted to freezing temperatures, excess rainfall and gusting winds and thrive in their indigenous regions. Cold hardy vines for United States Department of Agriculture zone 3 are often found wild and important sources of food and shelter for animals.

Information About Shasta Daisies

Information About Shasta Daisies

When Can I Divide Shasta Daisies: Tips On Dividing A Shasta Daisy PlantBy Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistDividing Shasta daisy plants is an excellent way to spread beauty and ensure that the good natured plants thrive in every corner of your landscape. When can I divide Shasta daisies?

Transplanting Crabapples: How To Transplant A Crabapple Tree

Transplanting Crabapples: How To Transplant A Crabapple Tree

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterMoving a crabapple tree isn’t easy and there are no guarantees of success. If the tree is more mature, it may be best to start over with a new tree. If you’re determined to give it a try, read on for tips on crabapple transplanting.When to Transplant Crabapple TreesThe best time for moving a crabapple tree is when the tree is still dormant in late winter or very early in spring.

Uses Of Dasheen Plants: Learn About Growing Dasheen Taro Plants

Uses Of Dasheen Plants: Learn About Growing Dasheen Taro Plants

If you have been to the West Indies, or Florida for that matter, you may have encountered something called dasheen. You probably have already heard of dasheen, just with a different name: taro. Read on for additional interesting dasheen plant info, including what is dasheen good for and how to grow dasheen.

Growing English Ivy – How To Care For English Ivy Plant

Growing English Ivy – How To Care For English Ivy Plant

By: Jackie CarrollEnglish ivy plants (Hedera helix) are superb climbers, clinging to almost any surface by means of small roots that grow along the stems. English ivy care is a snap, so you can plant it in distant and hard-to-reach areas without worrying about maintenance.Growing English Ivy PlantsPlant English ivy in a shady area with an organically rich soil.

Information About Bermuda Grass

Information About Bermuda Grass

Get Started Managing Bermuda Grass: Learn How To Kill Bermuda Grass In LawnsBy Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistManaging Bermuda grass when it invades the lawn takes some special steps. Controlling Bermuda grass in flower beds is a little easier, but the tenacious roots require deep removal.

Vitamin preparations for the winter

Vitamin preparations for the winter

What vitamins are stored in preparations for the winter Trying to prepare more canned vegetables and fruit, we want to provide ourselves with tasty and healthy, vitamin-rich foods for the winter. Are vitamins well preserved during canning? What types of canned food contain the most vitamins? What else is useful, besides vitamins, is contained in the vegetable marinades and fruit compotes we have stored up?

 To prolong the fruiting period of black currants, carry out a rejuvenation procedure

To prolong the fruiting period of black currants, carry out a rejuvenation procedure

Black currant is an unpretentious and healthy crop. But the time comes, and the yield drops sharply. What can be done so that the old bush begins to bear a good harvest again? Why should black currants be rejuvenated? Black currants quickly enough enter the season of fruiting. But also, a period soon begins when the number of berries on the bush decreases.

Correct pruning of black currants in spring is the key to a good harvest

Correct pruning of black currants in spring is the key to a good harvest

In the spring, all work in the garden is aimed at preparing the plant for summer fruiting. The size and taste of the berries, their quantity, as well as the health of the entire bush depend on how well you prune the currants. Plants need to be pruned when there are no leaves on them and all branches are clearly visible.Advantages of Spring Pruning Many gardeners will prune black currants in the fall, but it is not yet known how the bush will tolerate frost.

Snow on the Mountain

Snow on the Mountain

Prime destination for succulent loversRSSFacebookInstagramTwitterPinterestHomeSucculentopediaBrowse Succulents by Scientific NameBrowse Succulents by Common NameBrowse Succulents by GenusBrowse Succulents by FamilyBrowse Succulents by USDA Hardiness ZoneBrowse Succulents by OriginBrowse Cacti by GenusAbout SucculentsCultivationGeneral CareLight RequirementsPotting SoilWateringFertilizingPests and DiseasesRepottingPropagationPruningGraftingArrangingSucculent UsesMedicinal SucculentsCosmetic SucculentsCulinary SucculentsSacred SucculentsLibraryBooksStoriesMyths and LegendsStampsWorld of Flowering PlantsYou are at:Home » Archive for & 34;Snow on the Mountain& 34;Browsing: Snow on the MountainSucculentopediaEuphorbia marginata (Snow on the Mountain)Euphorbia marginata (Snow on the Mountain) is a warm-weather, annual, single-stemmed plant that typically grows up to 3 feet (90 cm) tall…

Ariocarpus

Ariocarpus

The ariocarpus plant belongs to the Cactaceae family. It is a succulent with a low and slightly flattened stem, which can be brown or gray. A low stem in diameter can reach 12 centimeters, its surface is covered with papillae, and areoles are already on them.

Violet - African violet - Saintpaulia - Gesneriaceae - Cultivation of African violet plants

Violet - African violet - Saintpaulia - Gesneriaceae - Cultivation of African violet plants

HOW TO GROW AND CARE FOR OUR AFRICAN PLANTS (SAINTPAULIA) African violets are among the best known houseplants for their lively flowers present in all periods of the year and also because growing them is not complicated as long as the necessary ones are ensured growing conditions.

Communications

Communications

Communication Hello. There was such a situation: water froze in the pumping station and pipes, the pump and pipes (as well as the filter) cracked. The equipment maintenance company counted an estimate of 63 thousand, arguing this ... In what sequence should those. connections: sewerage, water supply, sewerage, gas, electricity in a wooden house?

Color Changing Celery: Fun Celery Dye Experiment For Kids

Color Changing Celery: Fun Celery Dye Experiment For Kids

By: Teo SpenglerIt is never too early to get kids interested in plants andthe ways Mother Nature has equipped them to survive. Even young tots can graspcomplex concepts, like osmosis, if you create experiments that hold theirattention. Here’s one to get you started: the great celery dye experiment.This is a great family project that involves celery sticksthat turn colors as they absorb colored water.

Detailed description of the Melba apple variety

Detailed description of the Melba apple variety

One of the most popular fruits grown by gardeners is apples. Among the huge variety of varieties, the Melba variety has stood out for a long time. Why is it so popular and why? In 1898, Canadian breeders, by pollinating a wild variety of macintosh apple trees, bred a new variety named after the Australian opera singer Nellie Melba.

Useful properties and contraindications of currant leaves

Useful properties and contraindications of currant leaves

Currant leaves are a gift from nature, which has a wide range of beneficial properties for the internal health of the body and external beauty. This is an affordable raw material for the preparation of medicinal infusions and decoctions, culinary preparations and cosmetics. The beneficial properties of black currant leaves are recognized by official medicine, and the extracts are used by beauty concerns to prepare expensive care products.

Lawn And Garden Holes: What Is Digging Holes In My Yard?

Lawn And Garden Holes: What Is Digging Holes In My Yard?

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistSize does matter. If you are experiencing holes in your yard, there are a variety of things that could be causing them. Animals, children at play, rotten roots, flooding and irrigation problems are the usual suspects. Small holes in yards are generally from insects, invertebrates or burrowing rodents.