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Smithiante

Smithiante

The plant of the genus Smitiante is directly related to the Gesneriaceae family. This genus unites approximately 8 plant species. There are sources in which this plant is called helium. In nature, it can be found in the mountains of Central and South America. This plant began to be cultivated in 1840.

Information About Coconut Trees

Information About Coconut Trees

Get Started Coconut Oil Facts: Using Coconut Oil For Plants And MoreBy Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistYou can find coconut oil listed as an ingredient in many foods, cosmetics and other items. But what is coconut oil and how is it processed? There are virgin, hydrogenated and refined coconut oils with each being made a slightly different way.

Autumn pruning

Autumn pruning

To contain the plants in size, to eliminate dry branches with low vitality and to favor a good flowering in the following spring, many garden plants must be pruned in autumn.Before the winter rest it is advisable to reduce the foliage of the plants by progressively shortening all the branches of the plant, avoiding to leave empty areas and being careful to proceed progressively over the entire width of the canopy.

 7 home plants that will survive even in a dark corner

7 home plants that will survive even in a dark corner

Indoor plants require care and suitable living conditions. Some of them require greenhouse conditions and bright lighting. But there are also unpretentious flowers for which minimal light is enough. The plant belongs to the Marantov family. This species, which came to us from South America, cannot boast of bright colors.

Is it possible to plant tomatoes, peppers, eggplants and other vegetables in the same greenhouse?

Is it possible to plant tomatoes, peppers, eggplants and other vegetables in the same greenhouse?

If the climatic features of the region do not allow planting and growing vegetables in the open field, you can cultivate them in greenhouse conditions. In a small area, an overall structure is often installed instead of several small ones. Many novice gardeners have a question, is it possible to plant and grow several types of plants, for example, tomatoes, eggplants and peppers in the same greenhouse?

Kwanzan Cherry Tree Info – Caring For Kwanzan Cherry Trees

Kwanzan Cherry Tree Info – Caring For Kwanzan Cherry Trees

So you love spring cherry blossoms but not the mess the fruit can make. Try growing a Kwanzan cherry tree (Prunus serrulata ‘Kanzan’). Kwanzan cherries are sterile and do not fruit. If this double-flowering Japanese cherry sounds perfect for your landscape, read on to find out how to grow Kwanzan cherries and other Kwanzan cherry tree info.

Boxwood Shrub Pests – Tips On Controlling Boxwood Insects

Boxwood Shrub Pests – Tips On Controlling Boxwood Insects

Boxwoods (Buxus spp) are small evergreen shrubs that are commonly seen utilized as hedges and border plants. While they are quite hardy and are adaptable in several climatic zones, it is not uncommon for the plants to be afflicted with common boxwood shrub pests. While many of the unwanted pests are benign, in some cases, controlling boxwood insects is paramount to the continued health of the plant.

Information About Dogwood

Information About Dogwood

Tatarian Dogwood Care: How To Grow A Tatarian Dogwood BushBy Teo SpenglerThe Tatarian dogwood is an extremely hardy shrub known for its colorful winter bark. It is rarely planted as a solo specimen but is used as a border, mass, screen or hedge plant in landscapes. If you are interested in growing Tatarian dogwoods, click here.

Ferocactus macrodiscus

Ferocactus macrodiscus

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;Ferocactus macrodiscus& 34;Browsing: Ferocactus macrodiscusSucculentopediaFerocactus macrodiscusFerocactus macrodiscus is a barrel cactus that forms a solitary, blue-green stem with up to 35 pronounced vertical ribs.

Plants - How they are made and how they live

Plants - How they are made and how they live

LE PIANTE: COME VIVONO E COMESONO FATTELe piante, l’uomo e gli animali più in generale come ogni altro organismo vivente,per svolgere qualunque azione diretta o indiretta, hanno bisogno d’energia. Ma nondi una qualunque fonte d’energia: solo dell’energia chimica contenuta negli alimenti,all’interno dei loro legami chimici.

Information About Maiden Grass

Information About Maiden Grass

Get Started What Is Adagio Grass: Tips For Growing Adagio Maiden GrassBy Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistAdagio is an outstanding maiden grass with low maintenance and exceptional tolerance for a variety of conditions. Growing Adagio maiden grass provides winter interest as well as drought resistance and erosion control.

Wild asparagus - Asparagus

Wild asparagus - Asparagus

Asparago selvaticoL& 39;asparago selvatico, appartenente alla famiglia delle Liliacee, è una pianta molto diffusa, che cresce anche in modo spontaneo lungo litorali marini o le rive dei fiumi La sua coltivazione è finalizzata all& 39;utilizzo dei “ turioni”, ossia i polloni della pianta che nascono e si sviluppano a partire dalla parte sotterranea, costituita da diverse zampe dalle quali comincia la coltivazione.

Cedrina: medicinal properties, method of use and benefits

Cedrina: medicinal properties, method of use and benefits

CEDRINALippia citriodora (familyVerbenaceae) GENERAL CHARACTERISTICSLa cedrina, scientific name Lippia citriodora L. belongs to the Verbenaceae family. a plant native to South America and is currently widely cultivated in Europe for its aromatic properties, which are widely used in perfumery.

Visiting the Romanovs

Visiting the Romanovs

Recently, in one of the television programs dedicated to the problem of our dependence on the supply of vegetables from European countries, I heard the following figure: every year we date the farmers of Europe with a huge amount equal to 2.5 billion euros! Just imagine this figure. Of course, we have to buy peaches, apricots, oranges and other southern fruits, because they cannot be grown in our climate.

Pruning grapes in the fall for beginners, photo, planting and care in the fall, feeding, processing

Pruning grapes in the fall for beginners, photo, planting and care in the fall, feeding, processing

Fruit and berry plants Published: Last revisions: Grapes (Latin Vitis) are a genus of perennial shrub vines of the Grape family. The name of the genus comes from the word vitilis, which means "climbing". In nature, there are about 70 species of grapes, growing mainly in the subtropical and temperate zones of the Northern Hemisphere.

Lithops: growing from seeds, care, species

Lithops: growing from seeds, care, species

Houseplants Published: Last edits: Lithops - "living stones" as they are often called - belong to the genus of succulents of the Aizov family, which has more than three dozen species growing on the sandy and rocky soil of hot African countries - Namibia, Botswana and South Africa.

Information About Bells Of Ireland

Information About Bells Of Ireland

Bells Of Ireland Care: Tips For Growing Bells Of Ireland FlowersBy Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY GardenMulucca bells of Ireland add an interesting, upright touch to the colorful flower garden. Find growing tips and other information about this interesting green plant in the following article.

Common Weeds In Pavement: Treating Weeds Growing In Pavement Cracks

Common Weeds In Pavement: Treating Weeds Growing In Pavement Cracks

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistCracks and crevasses in pavement are comfortable and sneaky hiding places for weed seeds. Breezes and other movement funnel seeds into holes in pavement where they are protected from further eviction.The methods on how to treat weeds in cracks include futile pulling and much more effective pavement weed killers in the form of chemical and natural formulas.

Plant Patents And Propagation – Is It Okay To Propagate Patented Plants

Plant Patents And Propagation – Is It Okay To Propagate Patented Plants

By: Teo SpenglerThose who develop unique plant cultivars spend quite a bitof time and money doing so. Since many plants can be cloned through cuttings,it isn’t easy for those plant developers to protect their products. One way forplant breeders to protect their new cultivars is to patent them. You are notallowed to propagate patented plants without the permission of the patentholder.

Peony Pruning: Is Pruning Of Peony Necessary?

Peony Pruning: Is Pruning Of Peony Necessary?

By: Jackie CarrollPeonies, with their big, flashy, often fragrant blossoms become the focal point of the garden in spring. The flowers only last a week or two, but by planting different varieties together you can extend the season to up to six weeks. Once the flowers fade, you are left with an attractive shrub with deep-cut leaves.