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Date - gooseberry with a southern temperament New

Date - gooseberry with a southern temperament

Summer is coming to an end. The gooseberry bush beckons with large dark berries. If this is an old, fruitful, but prickly bush, you will probably have to get acquainted with Date. An amazing combination of noble color of berries and a delicate duet of sweetness and sourness. And how solemn the bush, hung with fruits, looks like a Christmas tree with toys!

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Aeonium tabuliforme f. variegata New

Aeonium tabuliforme f. variegata

Scientific NameAeonium tabuliforme f. variegataAccepted Scientific NameAeonium tabuliforme (Haw.) Webb & Berthel.SynonymsAeonium tabuliforme & 39;Variegata& 39;Scientific ClassificationFamily: CrassulaceaeSubfamily: SedoideaeTribe: SedeaeSubtribe: SedinaeGenus: AeoniumDescriptionAeonium tabuliforme f.

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Psychiatric Health Garden – Designing Gardens For Mental Health Patients New

Psychiatric Health Garden – Designing Gardens For Mental Health Patients

By: Darcy Larum, Landscape DesignerClose your eyes and imagine yourself sitting in your dream garden. Picture a gentle breeze, causing the trees and other plants to lightly sway, cascading the sweet scent of blossoms all around you. Now imagine the soothing trickling of a water fall and the melodic songs of your favorite birds.

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Cutting Back Dwarf Spruce: How To Prune Dwarf Spruce Trees New

Cutting Back Dwarf Spruce: How To Prune Dwarf Spruce Trees

By: Liz BaesslerDwarf spruce trees, despite their name, do not stay especially small. They don’t reach heights of several stories like their cousins, but they will easily reach 8 feet (2.5 m.), which is more than some homeowners and gardeners bargain for when they plant them. Whether you’re looking to cut back a large dwarf spruce or just keep one nicely shaped, you need to do a little bit of dwarf spruce pruning.

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How to Grow and Care for a Spiral Aloe (Aloe polyphylla) New

How to Grow and Care for a Spiral Aloe (Aloe polyphylla)

Aloe polyphylla, commonly know as Spiral Aloe, is a rare, stemless Aloe, noted for its stunning spiral shape. It is native to the Lesotho mountain peaks near South Africa, where it is now a protected species. It clings to rocky crevices where it grows in the high grassy, mountainous slopes. The plants are sometimes under snow in winter.

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Hylocereus undatus (Dragon Fruit) New

Hylocereus undatus (Dragon Fruit)

Scientific NameHylocereus undatus (Haw.) Britton & RoseCommon NamesBelle of the Night, Conderella Plant, Dragon Fruit, Honolulu Queen, Moonlight Cactus, Night-blooming Cereus, Pitaya, Queen of the Night, Red Pitaya, Strawberry Pear, White-fleshed PitahayaSynonymsCereus tricostatus, Cereus trigonus var.

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Vines For Plains Gardens – Growing Vines In West North Central Region New

Vines For Plains Gardens – Growing Vines In West North Central Region

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistThe Agricultural Heartland of the United States has very definite seasons with potentially extreme temperatures. That can make finding the right plants for the landscape a bit challenging. No need to fret though. There are plenty of beautiful vines in West North Central regions that provide vertical appeal and often flowers or even fruit.

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Gramigna problems: the expert responds on the diseases of the Gramigna New

Gramigna problems: the expert responds on the diseases of the Gramigna

THE AGRONOMIST ANSWERS ON HOW TO GROW AND CARE FOR PLANTS GRAMIGNA PROBLEMS Agropyrum repens (Family Poaceae ex Graminaceae) The column is dedicated to plant problems.If you wish to write to our agronomist in order to have an answer on an unclear situation or a difficulty concerning the your plant, you must indicate: what plant it is; where it is located (inside the house, on the terrace, in the garden, etc.

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Orchids For Zone 8 – Learn About Orchids Hardy In Zone 8 New

Orchids For Zone 8 – Learn About Orchids Hardy In Zone 8

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterGrowing orchids for zone 8? Is it really possible to grow orchids in a climate where winter temperatures commonly fall below the freezing mark? It’s certainly true that many orchids are tropical plants that must be grown indoors in northern climates, but there’s no shortage of cold hardy orchids that can survive chilly winters.

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Bach flowers children New

Bach flowers children

Bach flowers and children Children, as you can easily guess, represent a real symbol of innocence and purity. The relationship between Bach flowers and children, in reality, is much closer than you might think: Bach flowers , in fact, they are characterized by being extremely simple remedies, which also denote a high level of safety and precisely these characteristics allow them to be used by every person, at any age.

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Prescription of wasp remedy! New

Prescription of wasp remedy!

Poking away an existing wasp nest is not something you do with impunity. Feel free to try these recipes, which are much cheaper and more environmentally friendly than what is sold in stores. Remedies that scare away wasps: This recipe for wasp remedies is sprayed on nests or where they usually stay. If it is a nest, make sure it is in the morning when they are still resting.

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Crotalus atrox - Rattlesnake New

Crotalus atrox - Rattlesnake

RATTLE SNAKENote 1 SCIENTIFIC CLASSIFICATION Wood: AnimaliaPhylum: ChordataSubphylum: VertebrataClass: ReptiliaOrder: SquamataSuborder: SerpentesFamily: ViperidaeSubfamily: CrotalinaeGender: CrotalusSpecies: Crotalus crotalus 2 kg life: 20 years (usually less due to hunting and anthropization) Sexual maturity: 3 years HABITAT AND GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION The Crotalux atrox is certainly the most famous rattlesnake among the Crotalus genus.

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Houseplant Impatiens: How To Keep Indoor Impatiens Plants New

Houseplant Impatiens: How To Keep Indoor Impatiens Plants

By: Tonya Barnett, (Author of FRESHCUTKY)Impatiens have long been one of the most common additions to landscape plantings and annual flower beds. Readily available in garden centers and at plant nurseries, these easy to find flowering plants thrive in shady locations. Due to this, impatiens are excellent candidates for container culture indoors throughout the winter.

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Mammillaria polythele New

Mammillaria polythele

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;Mammillaria polythele& 34;Browsing: Mammillaria polytheleSucculentopediaMammillaria polytheleMammillaria polythele is a single-stemmed cactus that grows up to 2 feet (60 cm) tall and up to 4 inches (10 cm) in diameter.

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Autumn cleaning just right New

Autumn cleaning just right

Photo: LakhesisDo not be too zealous with autumn cleaning in the flower beds. Take advantage of the nature services and clean only the most filthy. Read about how to get free and completely natural compost. Clean just right in the perennial bed, just cut away what is needed. Do not cut the perennials until they are completely withered. If you cut down while they are green and vital, they will not be as strong next year.

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Pests On Ornamentals And Vegetables: Whitefly Treatment In The Garden New

Pests On Ornamentals And Vegetables: Whitefly Treatment In The Garden

By: Heather RhoadesIn terms of garden pests, whiteflies are one of the most bothersome gardeners can have in their gardens. Whether they’re on ornamentals or vegetables, whitefly control can be tricky and difficult. But controlling whiteflies in the garden is not impossible. Let’s take a look at the answer to the question, “How do you get rid of whiteflies?

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Astrophytum asterias (Sand Dollar Cactus) New

Astrophytum asterias (Sand Dollar Cactus)

Scientific NameAstrophytum asterias (Zucc.) Lem.Common NamesSand Dollar Cactus, Sea Urchin Cactus, Star Cactus, Star PeyoteSynonymsEchinocactus asteriasScientific ClassificationFamily: CactaceaeSubfamily: CactoideaeTribe: CacteaeGenus: AstrophytumDescriptionAstrophytum asterias is a small, spineless cactus with a stem that grows up to 2.

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Nettle New


Nettle is one of those perennial plants that belong to the Urticaceae family.It is a plant that does not have a high vertical development, since its height is between a minimum of half a meter and a maximum roof of one and a half meters - However, it has a particular feature that takes into account both the stems and the leaves: we are talking about the fact that both these parts of the nettle plant are covered with stinging hairs.

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Berry Container Gardening Tips: Growing Unusual Berries In Pots New

Berry Container Gardening Tips: Growing Unusual Berries In Pots

By: Teo SpenglerThere is more to the wonderful world of berry gardening than strawberries, raspberries, and blueberries, delightful as they are. Think goji berries or sea buckthorns, black chokecherry, and honeyberry.Unusual berry plants add interest and exoticism to a backyard berry patch. Here are some tips to get you started with non-traditional container berries.

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