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;Fockea multiflora& 34;Browsing: Fockea multifloraSucculentopediaFockea multiflora (Python Vine)Fockea multiflora (Python Vine) is a large succulent with a swollen tuberous base and up to grow up to 50 feet (15 m) long branches that…
By: Liz BaesslerAlocasias are fantastic plants for the garden or home. Native to Southeast Asia and Australia, they are used to warm temperatures year round and must be overwintered in pots or dug up and stored as bulbs in a cool, dry place in all but the warmest climates. Regardless of how you grow them, though, fertilizing alocasia plants is essential to their healthy growth.
By: Amy GrantHave you ever been at the nursery perusing the dizzying variety of annuals and perennials and pondering which ones might be best for which area of the garden? A good place to start is in understanding exactly what an annual is in reference to. Read on to learn more.What is an Annual Plant?
By: Teo SpenglerBlack ash trees (Fraxinus nigra) are native to the northeast corner of the United States as well as Canada. They grow in wooded swamps and wetlands. According to black ash tree information, the trees grow slowly and develop into tall, slender trees with attractive feather-compound leaves.
The indoor pool is a swimming pool that is located inside an enclosed space, and thanks to an adequate water and room heating system, it can also be used in winter. A fundamental distinction must be made between indoor pools inside the home and indoor pools in the garden.
By: Kristi WaterworthCrepe myrtles are iconic plants of the South, popping up virtually everywhere in USDA hardiness zones 7 through 9. They’re sturdy and beautiful. They make excellent large landscape bushes or can be pruned into a tree form, adding even more versatility. Because of their flexible nature, crepe myrtle trees are bothered by very few problems or pests.
How it is produced First of all, the area in which acacia honey is most produced corresponds to northern Italy, since regions such as Piedmont and Lombardy, especially in the Prealps area, can boast the highest production peaks, even if honey of acacia is produced with excellent quantities even in Tuscany.
Home › Ornamental Gardens › Trees › Archive for BeechGet Started Trimming Beech Hedges – How To Prune Beech Hedge TreesBy Laura MillerRegularly pruning and trimming beech hedges encourages more branches and leaves to grow. This translates to a fuller hedge with fewer gaps or bald spots. Click on the following article to learn more about how to prune beech hedge plants.
By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterExperienced orchardists know that although USDA hardiness zone maps are beneficial, they should never be considered the last word. Microclimates in orchards can make a substantial difference and can determine what trees you can grow and where trees will grow best.
By: Amy GrantLettuce isn’t difficult to grow, but it sure does seem to have its share of issues. If it isn’t the slugs or other insects devouring the tender leaves, it’s a disease like lettuce big vein virus. What’s big vein virus of lettuce? Read on to learn how to identify lettuce with big vein virus and how to manage big vein lettuce virus.
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;Aeonium & 39;Cyclops& 39;& 34;Browsing: Aeonium & 39;Cyclops& 39;SucculentopediaAeonium & 39;Cyclops& 39; (Giant Red Aeonium)Aeonium & 39;Cyclops& 39; (Giant Red Aeonium) is a beautiful succulent that forms rosettes of dark reddish-bronze leaves on stems that grow up to…
Gathering herbs at the end of the season is vital to keeping supplies available after the garden has gone quiet for the winter. To get the best of the garden in the preservation process, take good care to harvest at the right time and dry the plant materials carefully.Bundle sturdy stemmed herbs like lavender (pictured) with a rubber band and hang to dry.
Garden plants Published: Last revisions: The Potentilla plant is one of the largest genus of the Pink family in terms of the number of species, the most characteristic representatives of which are Potentilla goose and Potentilla erect, or galangal-grass. Most of the species of this numerous genus are native to the Northern Hemisphere.
By: Liz BaesslerAllium, also known as flowering onion, is a spectacular and unusual looking flowering bulb that will add interest to any garden. As the name suggests, allium plants are members of the Allium family, which includes such plants as garlic, onions, leeks, and chives. All of these plants produce similar round, pom-pom shaped flower heads, though alliums are the only ones usually exclusively grown for their flowers.
Home › Ornamental Gardens › Flowers › Archive for SchizanthusGet Started Growing Schizanthus – Caring For Poor Man’s Orchid PlantsBy Anne BaleyWhat is poor man& 39;s orchid? Its flower looks like that of an orchid plant. So if you love the look of orchids but don& 39;t want the fuss, poor man& 39;s orchid may be the solution.
Scab Scab is a plant disease caused by some species of fungi. Very similar in infectious and reproductive characteristics, the fungi responsible for the disease belong to the order of ascomycetes and prefer fruit trees, horticultural and ornamental plants. Scab, like other fungal diseases, must be preventively avoided due to the serious damage it can cause to crops.
Origins and evolution The Turkish bath is a custom that has come to Italy for some time, is also called with the name of hamman, and is basically a steam bath. It has been practiced since the time of the ancient Greeks and is a way to relax and purify the body. If once it was necessary to book this treatment at beauty centers, today anyone can decide to enjoy it safely at home.
By: Our siteCrocuses are some of the first flowers to poke their heads through the soil in early spring, sometimes popping up even through snow. Propagating crocus bulbs from division is a simple and easy method of multiplying these enchanting flowers.Information About Crocus BulbsCrocus flowers appear from March to April in a wide range of colors, from white to yellow and shades of purple, with solid and striped varieties.