THE AGRONOMAN ANSWERS ON HOW TO GROW AND TREAT PLANTS QUESTION ABOUT SPATHIPHYLLUMCURIOSITY & 39; Hi, my name is Mariella. I am not writing for a problem, but for a curiosity about my dear plant, the spatiphyllum. It was given to me 5 months ago, in November. It had only one inflorescence.
By: Tonya Barnett, (Author of FRESHCUTKY)Hanging baskets are an extremely popular addition to porches, patios, and garden hooks. Overflowing with blooms, hanging baskets easily add color and a sense of abundance to growing spaces. Even those with limited space can incorporate baskets into the design of their outdoor living space.
By: Teo SpenglerSouthern magnolia (Magnolia grandiflora) is a magnificent tree cultivated for its glossy green leaves and lovely white blossoms. Remarkably flexible for an outstanding ornamental, southern magnolia thrives not only in the South, but also in the Pacific Northwest. If you are thinking of planting a southern magnolia tree, you’ll want to read up on the trees and their cultural requirements.
What lawn to choose for your estate In French, the word gazon means turf, murava. The famous Russian specialist in ornamental plant growing F.F. Demur noted that nothing elevates the beauty of plants like a green carpet. It is necessary that the green of the lawn is not varied, or at least that it is composed of the most delicate and most suitable herbs for each other.
By: Laura MillerIf you’re looking for a way to grow more tomatoes in less space, creating a tomato archway is a visually pleasing way to accomplish your goal. Growing tomatoes on an arch-shaped trellis is ideal for unspecified or vining varieties which can reach 8 to 10 feet (2-3 m.) or more and continue to grow until killed by frost.
By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterWhat is a glassy winged sharpshooter? This harmful pest, native to the Southeastern United States and Mexico, is a type of large leafhopper that feeds on fluids in tissues of various plants. Although the pests rarely cause immediate damage, they excrete copious amounts of sticky liquid that hardens on fruit, and also gives foliage a pale, whitewashed appearance.
By: Mary Ellen EllisThe lacy, delicate foliage of this pretty, south Pacific tree makes it an interesting houseplant. The Norfolk Island pine thrives in warmer climates and can grow very tall, but when grown in containers it makes a nice, compact houseplant in any climate. Learn how to transplant your Norfolk so you can keep it happy and healthy.
For the garden to be fruitful Special horticultural literature devoted to the mass planting of fruit trees and berry bushes is not designed for owners of garden plots planting single trees and bushes. Considering this, all the recommendations available in such literature on the choice of seedlings, the timing of their planting and the preparation of the planting site need significant adjustment if they are used in small garden plots.
By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistIf you crave a fruit salad right from your garden, you should invest in a fruit salad tree. These come in apple, citrus, and stone fruit varieties with several types of fruit on one tree. In order to get your tree off to a good start you must train it young.
By: Teo SpenglerCrapemyrtle (Lagerstroemia indica) is a useful flowering shrub or smalltree for warm climates. Given proper care, these plants offer abundant andcolorful summer blossoms with few pest or disease issues. Fertilizing crapemyrtle is an integral part of its care.If you want to know how and when to fertilizer this plant,read on for tips on feeding crape myrtles.
By: Liz BaesslerPotted plants have only so much soil to work with, which means they need to be fertilized. This also means, unfortunately, that extra, unabsorbed minerals in the fertilizer remain in the soil, potentially leading to nasty buildup that can harm your plant. Luckily, there’s an easy process for getting rid of this buildup, called leaching.
HOW TO GROW AND CARE FOR OUR PLANTS The genus Columnea includes numerous plants particularly appreciated both for their foliage and for the particularly colorful and showy flowers. »GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS The genus Columnea, belonging to the large family of Gesneriacea and includes plants native to moist woodlands, rainforests and rainforests of central-South America and western India where they grow hugged on trees, anchoring themselves to the host plant and where they live absorbing moisture environmental and feeding on the substances that can be found on the bark of the tree even if they are not to be considered epiphytic parasitemic plants.
By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterBlackeyed susan vine (Thunbergia) is perennial in USDA plant hardinesszones 9 and above, but it grows happily as an annual in cooler climates. Althoughit isn’t related to the familiar black-eyedsusan (Rudbeckia), the vibrant orange or bright yellow blooms ofblack eyed susan vine are somewhat similar.
By: Darcy Larum, Landscape DesignerRaspberry hardiness can be a little confusing. You can read one site that rates raspberries as hardy only in zones 4-7 or 8, and another site may list them as hardy in zones 5-9. Some sites also mention raspberries as being an invasive species in areas of zone 9. This article with discuss heat tolerant raspberries for zone 9.
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Clethra (Clethra) is represented by evergreen and deciduous woody plants, and it belongs to the Clethra family. In nature, such a culture prefers to grow along the banks of swamps and streams. The genus includes about 80 species. The type species is alder-leaved cage. Some of the species are popular with gardeners.
Almost every gardener dreams of having a tangerine on his site, but most refuse to grow, mistakenly believing that in moderate climatic conditions the plant will not bear fruit, or even will not take root at all. However, many summer residents already know how to grow tangerine, who are not afraid of experiments, and this knowledge bears fruit in the form of a stable harvest of fragrant citrus fruits for the New Year.
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Dwarf ficus (Ficus pumila) is a perennial herbaceous ground cover plant that belongs to the Mulberry family. In the wild, it thrives on the forest soils of Japan, Vietnam, China and Taiwan. It has woody, thin stems on which many aerial roots are formed.
How to return cherries to our gardens Variety Zarya PovolzhyaVishnya is truly the national stone fruit culture of Russia. Europe knew little about cherries, more cherries were grown there. The genius of A.P. Chekhov's cherry orchard became a symbol of the tragedy of Russia. The fate of the cherry as a fruit crop turned out to be no less tragic. Cherry, like plum, has always been grown in places strictly beloved by it - on the high slopes of the right bank of the Volga, in the Vladimir region (alas, here it was simply cut down over time, making room for more profitable cucumbers for sale), in the South-West of the Moscow region, where her plantings are now buried under new buildings of endless boxes of houses.