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Broccoli Varieties: Learn About Different Types Of Broccoli Interesting

Broccoli Varieties: Learn About Different Types Of Broccoli

By: Tonya Barnett, (Author of FRESHCUTKY)Exploring different varieties of vegetables is an excitingway to extend the growing season. Different cultivars, each with different daysto maturity, can easily prolong the harvest period of certain crops. This isespecially true when it comes to planting cool season crops that are able tothrive when frost is a threat in the garden.

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Rain Garden Instructions: What Is A Rain Garden And Rain Garden Plants Interesting

Rain Garden Instructions: What Is A Rain Garden And Rain Garden Plants

By: Heather RhoadesRain gardens are quickly becoming popular in the home garden. A pretty alternative to more conventional methods of improving yard drainage, a rain garden in your yard not only provides a unique and lovely feature, but can also help the environment. Making a rain garden design for your yard is not hard.

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Annual Strawflower: Information On How To Grow Strawflowers Interesting

Annual Strawflower: Information On How To Grow Strawflowers

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterWhat is a strawflower? This heat-loving, drought-tolerant plant is valued for its charming, straw-like blooms in bright shades of red, orange, pink, purple, yellow, and white. A dependable annual, strawflower is easy to get along with, rewarding you with non-stop blooms from summer until the first hard frost.

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What Are Fig Nematodes: How To Treat Figs With Root Knot Nematodes Interesting

What Are Fig Nematodes: How To Treat Figs With Root Knot Nematodes

By: Liz BaesslerRoot knot nematodes are a serious problem associated with fig trees. Tiny little roundworms that live in the soil, these nematodes will cause noticeable stunting of the tree and lead to its eventual death. Keep reading to learn more about recognizing fig root knot nematode symptoms and how to manage figs with root knot nematodes.

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Sempervivum 'Pacific Blue Ice' Interesting

Sempervivum 'Pacific Blue Ice'

Scientific NameSempervivum & 39;Pacific Blue Ice& 39;Common NamesHen and Chicks, Houseleek, Live ForeverSynonymsSempervivum & 39;Berry Blues& 39;, Sempervivum Chick Charms® Berry Blues™Scientific ClassificationFamily: CrassulaceaeSubfamily: SedoideaeTribe: Sedeae Subtribe: SedinaeGenus: SempervivumDescriptionSempervivum & 39;Pacific Blue Ice& 39; is a succulent plant with unique cupped form and produces rounded rosettes.

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Daffodil Seed Cultivation: Tips On Growing Daffodil Seeds Interesting

Daffodil Seed Cultivation: Tips On Growing Daffodil Seeds

By: Anne BaleyIn most gardens, daffodils reproduce from bulbs, coming up year after year. The thought of growing them from seed may seem a bit unusual, but you can do it if you’ve got the time and patience. Growing daffodil seeds is a very simple proposition, but turning the seed into a blooming plant can take five years or more.

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Perennial Ryegrass Information: Learn About Perennial Ryegrass Uses And Care Interesting

Perennial Ryegrass Information: Learn About Perennial Ryegrass Uses And Care

By: Amy GrantAnnual ryegrass is a valuable rapidly growing cover crop. So what is perennial ryegrass used for? Read on to learn more.What is Perennial Ryegrass Used For?There are a number of benefits to planting perennial ryegrass. Perennial ryegrass uses extend from using it as a pasture grass or as sod for the home lawn.

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Panthera tigris tigris - Indian tiger or Bengal tiger Interesting

Panthera tigris tigris - Indian tiger or Bengal tiger

TIGRE INDIANAoTIGRE DEL BENGALANota 2CLASSIFICAZIONE SCIENTIFICARegno:AnimaliaPhylum:ChordataSubphylum:VertebrataClasse:MammaliaOrdine:CarnivoraSottordine:FeliformiaFamiglia:FelidaeSubfamiglia:PantherinaeGenere:PantheraSpecie:Panthera tigrisSubspecie:Panthera tigris tigrisNome comune: tigre del bengala o tigre indianaDATI GENERALILunghezza del corpo:circa 3 m di cui circa 90 cm la codaAltezza al garrese(1):90-95 cmPeso:140 - 265 kgDurata della vita:fino a 18 anni allo stato selvatico (ci sono stati casi fino a 20 anni); fino a 26 anni in cattivitàMaturità sessuale:femmina 3-4 anni; maschio 4-5 anniHABITAT E DISTRIBUZIONE GEOGRAFICALa tigre indiana (o tigre del bengala) è un animale che si ritrova in tutta l& 39;India ma i gruppi più numerosi sono localizzati in Bangladesh, nel Bengala e alcuni esemplari sono diffusi in Nepal, nel Bhutan, in Cina e in Birmania.

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Tomato Curling Leaves – Causes And Effects Of Tomato Plant Leaf Curl Interesting

Tomato Curling Leaves – Causes And Effects Of Tomato Plant Leaf Curl

By: Nikki Tilley, Author of The Bulb-o-licious GardenAre your tomato leaves curling? Tomato plant leaf curl can leave gardeners feeling frustrated and uncertain. However, learning to recognize the sign and causes of curling tomato leaves can make it easier to both prevent and treat the problem.Tomato Plant Leaf Curl VirusCurling tomato leaves may be a sign of a viral infection.

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Lithops helmutii Interesting

Lithops helmutii

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;Lithops helmutii& 34;Browsing: Lithops helmutiiSucculentopediaLithops helmutii (Living Stones)Lithops helmutii is a stemless succulent with a pair of fleshy leaves.

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What To Plant With Rosemary: Choosing Companion Plants For Rosemary Interesting

What To Plant With Rosemary: Choosing Companion Plants For Rosemary

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistWhile you may be familiar with companion plants like the three sisters, herbal companion planting results in increased yield and fewer bad bugs. Learn what to plant with rosemary for a healthier garden and one which profits from its aromatic and beautiful nature.

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Watercress - grow on a windowsill Interesting

Watercress - grow on a windowsill

Watercress or common watercress (Nasturtium officinale), growing on a windowsill, recipes Alas, growing greens in our apartments in winter is not easy at all. And for the most part, like other plants, it is also photophilous, but with extra light space we have just constant problems, more precisely, there is only one problem - this very space is simply not enough.

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Aloe compressa var. schistophila Interesting

Aloe compressa var. schistophila

Scientific NameAloe compressa var. schistophila H.PerrierScientific ClassificationFamily: AsphodelaceaeSubfamily: AsphodeloideaeTribe: AloeaeGenus: AloeDescriptionAloe compressa var. schistophila is a dwarf, stemless or short-stemmed Aloe with a distichous leaf arrangement. The inflorescence is unbranched with the flowers clustered at the tip.

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How To Prune Hellebores – Learn About Pruning A Hellebore Plant Interesting

How To Prune Hellebores – Learn About Pruning A Hellebore Plant

By: Liz BaesslerHellebores are beautiful flowering plants that bloom early in the spring or even late winter. Most varieties of the plant are evergreens, which means last year’s growth is still hanging around when the new spring growth appears, and this can sometimes be unsightly. Keep reading to learn more about trimming hellebores and when to prune hellebores so they look their best.

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Black spot Interesting

Black spot

There are different pathogens of black spot that affect different plants. For example, roses are affected by the fungus Marssonina rosae, as a result of which black spots are formed on their foliage, and pathogenic bacteria of the genus Syringae infect lilacs. shade, they can have light either the edges or the middle.

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Prepare New Rose Beds – Learn More About Starting Your Own Rose Garden Interesting

Prepare New Rose Beds – Learn More About Starting Your Own Rose Garden

By Stan V. GriepAmerican Rose Society Consulting Master Rosarian – Rocky Mountain DistrictHave you been thinking about having a new rose bed? Well, fall is the time to set make plans and prepare the area for one or both. Fall is truly the perfect time of year to prepare the soil for a new rose bed.Preparing Soil for Rose Bushes in Your Rose BedThings to do in fallDig up the soil in the proposed area with a shovel and go at least 18 inches (45.

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Early summer cottages: recipes from honey, dandelion, spinach, sorrel, wild garlic, rhubarb Interesting

Early summer cottages: recipes from honey, dandelion, spinach, sorrel, wild garlic, rhubarb

Already at the beginning of summer, in the garden area and even outside of it, a crop ripens, which can be processed and stored for the winter. Here are some recipes for early summer harvesting: Rhubarb jam First method: rhubarb - 5 kg, sugar - 2.5 kg, zest - 100 Peel young fleshy petioles from coarse long fibers and skin, cut into small pieces (about 2 cm), cover with sugar, put on low heat and cook until rhubarb changes color.

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Transplanting Trumpet Vines: Tips On Moving A Trumpet Vine Interesting

Transplanting Trumpet Vines: Tips On Moving A Trumpet Vine

By: Teo SpenglerTrumpet vine is only one of several common names for Campsis radicans. The plant is also called the hummingbird vine, trumpet creeper, and cow’s itch. This woody vine is a perennial plant native to North America and thrives in U.S. Department of Agriculture hardiness zones 4 through 9.

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7 great ideas for a budget-friendly and beautiful garden Interesting

7 great ideas for a budget-friendly and beautiful garden

The dacha was created not only to work on it and grow berries, vegetables and herbs. Still, you want to relax in the shade and enjoy the beauty of your own garden, while not spending huge amounts of money on its design. Sowing seeds directly to the gardenDirect sowing will save time, effort and money. Ready-made or self-grown seedlings will cost more than packing seeds.

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