Category: New


Information About Chinese Artichoke New

Information About Chinese Artichoke

Home › Edible Gardens › Vegetables › Archive for Chinese ArtichokeGet Started Chinese Artichoke Plant Info – How To Grow Chinese ArtichokesBy Amy GrantThe Chinese artichoke plant yields a little tuber popular in Asian cuisine. Found in specialty gourmet shops and high-end restaurants with a price to match, you can also grow your own.

Read More
Crassula nudicaulis var. platyphylla 'Burgundy' New

Crassula nudicaulis var. platyphylla 'Burgundy'

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;Crassula nudicaulis var.

Read More
White Peony Varieties: Planting White Peonies In The Garden New

White Peony Varieties: Planting White Peonies In The Garden

By: Tonya Barnett, (Author of FRESHCUTKY)A staple of many country gardens, peonies are showy perennial flowers, with an exceptional lifespan. Each spring, large bushes reward gardeners in USDA zones 3-8 with a profusion of intricate blooms. Though available in a wide range of colors, the addition of peonies that are white can add an elegant and sophisticated element to landscapes and cut flower gardens.

Read More
Information About Clock Vine New

Information About Clock Vine

Get Started Indian Clock Vine Plant Info – Learn How To Grow Indian Clock VinesBy Mary Ellen EllisNative to India, the Indian clock vine plant isn’t easy to grow in climates that are too cold or dry, but it does make a lovely, flowering evergreen vine in warm, tropical areas. For more information about Indian clock vine growing, click the following article.

Read More
Can You Transplant Lantanas: Tips For Moving A Lantana Plant New

Can You Transplant Lantanas: Tips For Moving A Lantana Plant

By: Darcy Larum, Landscape DesignerIf you garden for hummingbirds, butterflies and other pollinators, you probably have lantana plants. Though lantana can be a noxious weed and the bane of citrus growers or other farmers in some areas, it is still a prized garden plant in other regions. Lantana is loved for its long season of abundant, colorful blooms and its quick growth, tolerance of poor soil and drought.

Read More
Seed Pods On Elephant Ear Plants: Do Alocasia Elephant Ears Have Seeds New

Seed Pods On Elephant Ear Plants: Do Alocasia Elephant Ears Have Seeds

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistDo Alocasia elephant ears have seeds? They do reproduce through seed but it takes years before you will get the big beautiful leaves. Older plants in good conditions will produce a spathe and spadix that will eventually produce seed pods. Elephant ear flower seeds are only viable a short time, so if you want to plant them, harvest the pods and use them as soon as possible.

Read More
Garden Projects During Winter: Winter Gardening Activities For Children New

Garden Projects During Winter: Winter Gardening Activities For Children

By: Anne BaleyThe best way to get kids to eat vegetables while they are growing up is to let them grow their own garden. From the earliest spring seed starting to the final harvest and composting in the fall, it’s easy to find garden activities to do with your children.But what about gardening with kids in winter?

Read More
Zone 9 Tropical Plants: Tips On Growing Tropical Gardens In Zone 9 New

Zone 9 Tropical Plants: Tips On Growing Tropical Gardens In Zone 9

By: Darcy Larum, Landscape DesignerDuring summer in zone 9 it may certainly feel like the tropics; however, in winter when temperatures dip in to the 20s or 30s, you may worry about one of your tender tropical plants. Because zone 9 is mostly a subtropical climate, it’s necessary to select tropical plants that are hardy in zone 9 and grow non-hardy tropical plants as annuals.

Read More
Gardening And Addiction – How Gardening Helps In Recovery New

Gardening And Addiction – How Gardening Helps In Recovery

By: Mary Ellen EllisGardeners already know how great this activity is for mentalhealth. It’s relaxing, a good way to cope with stress, allows you toconnect with nature, and provides a quiet time to reflect or not have to thinkat all. There is now evidence that gardening and being outdoors can aid inrecovery from addiction and improve mental health as well.

Read More
Vegetable and fruit recipes New

Vegetable and fruit recipes

Every spring, Japanese quince blooms with amazingly beautiful, bright red flowers. Fresh fruit is impossible to eat - too hard and too sour. But they make amazing blanks. Let's talk about them. For flower growers, this is a beautifully blooming perennial, but now it is becoming known as a vegetable spicy-flavoring plant, which also has valuable medicinal properties.

Read More
Information About Mountain Mint New

Information About Mountain Mint

Get Started What Is Mountain Mint – Virginia Mountain Mint Info And CareBy Darcy Larum, Landscape DesignerWhile most of us are familiar with common mint relatives like spearmint, catmint, and hyssop, there are also many lessor known mint plants with fantastic herbal and aesthetic benefits. One of these includes mountain mint.

Read More
Anthurium Plant Care: Learn About Repotting Anthuriums New

Anthurium Plant Care: Learn About Repotting Anthuriums

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterAnthurium is a delightful tropical plant with glossy foliage and bright, heart-shaped blooms. Anthurium plant care is relatively straightforward and repotting anthurium plants is a task that should be done only when required. Read on for the whens and hows of repotting anthuriums.

Read More
Growing A Polka Dot Plant – Information On Polka Dot Plant Care Indoors And Out New

Growing A Polka Dot Plant – Information On Polka Dot Plant Care Indoors And Out

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistPolka dot plants (Hypoestes phyllostachya) are common houseplants with colorful foliar displays. They are highly hybridized to produce a variety of colors and types of leaf spotting. Also called freckle face plant, this houseplant can grow in any type of indirect light but has best color in lower light situations.

Read More
 Schefflera - Apiaceae - How to care for, grow and flower Schefflera plants New

Schefflera - Apiaceae - How to care for, grow and flower Schefflera plants

HOW TO GROW AND CARE FOR OUR PLANTS The Schefflera is a delightful shrub that blends in with any room in the house and is easy to grow. GENERAL The plants included in the genus Schefflera belong to the (Apiaceae family), a genus very rich in evergreen shrubby, arboreal and climbing plants (some epiphytes when young), native to the tropical and temperate areas of central-South America, the Pacific islands, ; Southeast Asia.

Read More
Garden sinks New

Garden sinks

Living the garden The garden has now become an open space experienced in an increasingly intense way by the whole family, especially during the summer, when you take advantage of every moment to spend time outdoors. That is why it becomes increasingly necessary to have everything you need close at hand.

Read More
Fires: Predisposing factors for fires New

Fires: Predisposing factors for fires

ALL THIS & 39; WHAT WE SHOULD KNOW ABOUT FIRE Factors predisposing fires In recent years the problem of forest fires has assumed dramatic dimensions, to the point of arousing a cry of worried alarm at all levels. 'of 500 thousand hectares of forest, neither the reforestation and forest reconstitution actions have managed to remedy the recent devastation.

Read More
Tiger Jaws New

Tiger Jaws

Browsing: Tiger JawsSucculentopediaFaucaria felina subsp. tuberculosa (Pebbled Tiger Jaws)Faucaria felina subsp. tuberculosa, also known as Faucaria tuberculosa, is a clump-forming succulent that grows up to 6 inches (15 cm)…SucculentopediaFaucaria felina (Tiger Jaws)Faucaria felina (Tiger Jaws) is a small succulent that forms unusual clumps of fleshy, boat-shaped leaves with soft teeth along margins…SucculentopediaFaucaria tigrina (Tiger& 39;s Jaw)Faucaria tigrina (Tiger& 39;s Jaw) is a small clump-forming succulent that grows up to 6 inches (15 cm) tall.

Read More
Kleinia petraea f. variegata (Variegated Trailing Jade) New

Kleinia petraea f. variegata (Variegated Trailing Jade)

Scientific NameKleinia petraea f. variegataAccepted Scientific NameKleinia petraea (R.E.Fr.) C.JeffreyCommon NamesVariegated Trailing JadeSynonymsKleinia petraea & 39;Variegata& 39;, Senecio jacobsenii f. variegata, Senecio jacobsenii & 39;Variegata& 39;Scientific ClassificationFamily: AsteraceaeSubfamily: AsteroideaeTribe: SenecioneaeSubtribe: SenecioninaeGenus: KleiniaDescriptionKleinia petraea f.

Read More
Alocasia: cultivation, reproduction, transplantation, species, photo New

Alocasia: cultivation, reproduction, transplantation, species, photo

Houseplants Published: Last revisions: Botanical description Alocasia (Latin Alocasia) is a genus belonging to the Aroid plant family, and includes about 70 species. It occurs naturally in tropical regions of Asia. The plant is grown as an ornamental-deciduous plant, since in culture it will most likely bloom only in greenhouse conditions.

Read More
Yemen - Story of my trip to Yemen New

Yemen - Story of my trip to Yemen

YEMEN The land of the Queen of Sabadi John Jibla, a city located in the southwest of Yemen Jibla, a city located in the southwest of Yemen Jibla, a city located in the southwest of Yemen Jibla, a city located in the southwest of Yemen Jibla, a city located in the southwest Jibla, a city located in the southwest of Yemen Jibla, a city located in the southwest of Yemen Jibla, a city located in the southwest of Yemen Jibla, a city located in the southwest of Yemen Jibla, a city located in the southwest of Yemen Jibla, a postal city in the south-west of Yemen You will find the photos of our trip on the pages: This story was kindly sent by one of our readers.

Read More