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Nigeria Miscellaneous

Nigeria

Browsing: NigeriaSucculentopediaEuphorbia poissoniiEuphorbia poissonii is an erect, much-branched, succulent shrub up to 6.6 feet (2 m) tall. The branches are cylindrical, succulent, up to…SucculentopediaSansevieria trifasciata (Snake Plant)Sansevieria trifasciata (Snake Plant) is a succulent with erect or slightly spreading, sword-shaped leaves that rise stiffly in a rosette…

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Growing Spinach In Summer:  Alternative Summer Spinach Varieties Miscellaneous

Growing Spinach In Summer: Alternative Summer Spinach Varieties

By: Tonya Barnett, (Author of FRESHCUTKY)The addition of salad greens is an excellent way to extendthe vegetable garden harvest. Greens, like spinach,grow best when temperatures are cool. This means that seeds are most commonlyplanted so that the plant can be harvested in the spring and/or fall. In fact,warm weather can greatly impact the taste of these plants, causing them tobecome bitter or tough.

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Tephrocactus geometricus Miscellaneous

Tephrocactus geometricus

Scientific NameTephrocactus geometricus (A. Cast.) Backeb.SynonymsOpuntia geometrica, Tephrocactus alexanderi var .geometricusScientific ClassificationFamily: CactaceaeSubfamily: OpuntioideaeTribe: TephrocacteaeGenus: TephrocactusDescriptionTephrocactus geometricus is a small, loosely branched cactus with segmented, usually spineless stems or with some spines sporadically present in the upper areoles.

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Popular Curly Plants – Growing Plants That Twist And Turn Miscellaneous

Popular Curly Plants – Growing Plants That Twist And Turn

By: Teo SpenglerMost plants in the garden grow relatively straight, perhapswith a graceful curving aspect. However, you can also find plants that twist orcurl and plants that grow in spirals. These uniquely twisted plants are sure toattract attention, but their placement has to be planned carefully. Read on forinformation on common twisted plants that make great additions in the landscape.

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Puya Miscellaneous

Puya

Puya is a genus of the botanical family Bromeliaceae, subfamily Pitcairnioideae. These terrestrial plants are native to the Andes Mountains of South America and southern Central America. The name was derived from the Mapuche Indian word meaning & 34;point& 34;.Click on the photo or the name of the succulent plant for which you wish to see further information.

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How To Grow An Ice Plant And Purple Ice Plant Care Miscellaneous

How To Grow An Ice Plant And Purple Ice Plant Care

By: Heather RhoadesLooking for a drought tolerant but lovely flower to fill in a troublesome dry area in your garden? You may want to try planting ice plants. Ice plant flowers add a bright splash of color to the drier parts of your garden and ice plant care is easy. Keep reading to learn more about these pretty plants and how to grow an ice plant in your garden.

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Ideas For Rainbow Gardens: Tips For Creating A Rainbow Garden Theme Miscellaneous

Ideas For Rainbow Gardens: Tips For Creating A Rainbow Garden Theme

Color gardens are fun for adults, but they can also be educational for the kids. Creating a rainbow garden theme is an easy process that will help spark interest in these little gardeners. Let’s learn more about some rainbow garden designs that you can use for teaching your children their colors and more.

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Memorial Garden Plants: Growing Plants To Honor Loved Ones Miscellaneous

Memorial Garden Plants: Growing Plants To Honor Loved Ones

It is an old practice to plant a tree when a new baby arrives or as a memento of a lost loved one. Plants, with their various seasons, are an excellent reminder of the stages of life. Memorial garden plants can be those a loved one was particularly fond of, provide a place of peace to remember, and evoke fond memories.

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Easy Garden Chimes For Kids – Tips For Creating Wind Chimes For Gardens Miscellaneous

Easy Garden Chimes For Kids – Tips For Creating Wind Chimes For Gardens

By: Anne BaleyFew things are as relaxing as listening to garden wind chimes on a soft summer evening. The Chinese knew about the restorative qualities of wind chimes thousands of years ago; they even included directions for installing wind chimes in Feng Shui books.Making a set of homemade wind chimes doesn’t have to be an elaborate project.

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Fuchsia Leaf Problems: What Causes Dropping Leaves On Fuchsias Miscellaneous

Fuchsia Leaf Problems: What Causes Dropping Leaves On Fuchsias

Fuchsia flowers always remind me of ballerinas suspended in the air with twirling skirts that dance gracefully at the ends of plant stems. These beautiful flowers are the reason fuchsia is such a popular container and hanging basket plant. Dropping leaves on fuchsias can deplete the plant of the energy necessary for the production of blooms and minimize the attractiveness of the plant.

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Lily Mosaic Virus Detection And Treatment Miscellaneous

Lily Mosaic Virus Detection And Treatment

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistLilies are the queens of the flower world. Their effortless beauty and often intoxicating scent add an ethereal touch to the home garden. Lily mosaic virus is most common in tiger lilies, which bear no harm, but can pass the virus on to hybrid lilies with extensive damage.

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Corpuscularia lehmannii f. variegata Miscellaneous

Corpuscularia lehmannii f. variegata

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;Corpuscularia lehmannii f.

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Stem Rust Of Oat Crops – Tips On Treating Oat Stem Rust Disease Miscellaneous

Stem Rust Of Oat Crops – Tips On Treating Oat Stem Rust Disease

By: Tonya Barnett, (Author of FRESHCUTKY)For many gardeners, the hopes of growing various types of cereal and grain crops arises from a desire to increase the production of their gardens. The inclusion of crops such as oats, wheat, and barley may even be made when growers desire to become more self-sufficient,whether grown in a small home garden or on a larger homestead.

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Heirloom Old Garden Rose Bushes: What Are Old Garden Roses? Miscellaneous

Heirloom Old Garden Rose Bushes: What Are Old Garden Roses?

By: Stan V. Griep, American Rose Society Consulting Master Rosarian, Rocky Mountain DistrictIn this article we will take a look at Old Garden Roses, these roses stir the heart of many a long time Rosarian.What are Old Garden Roses?According to the American Rose Societies definition, which came about in 1966, Old Garden Roses are a group of rose bush types that existed prior to 1867.

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Daffodil Leaves – When Do I Prune Daffodils Miscellaneous

Daffodil Leaves – When Do I Prune Daffodils

By: Heather RhoadesDaffodils are among the most popular spring blooming bulbs grown in the garden. But, when the flower is gone, when is the right time to remove daffodil leaves? If you are wondering, “When do I prune daffodils,” you will find the answer below.When to Cut Back DaffodilsDaffodil leaves should not be cut back until after they have turned yellow.

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Can Poinsettias Grow Outside – Caring For Outdoor Poinsettia Plants Miscellaneous

Can Poinsettias Grow Outside – Caring For Outdoor Poinsettia Plants

By: Teo SpenglerMany Americans only see poinsettia plants when they are wrapped in tinsel on the holiday table. If that’s your experience, it’s time you learned about growing poinsettia plants outside. If you live in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 10 through 12, you can begin planting poinsettia outdoors.

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Allstar Strawberry Care: Tips For Growing Allstar Strawberries Miscellaneous

Allstar Strawberry Care: Tips For Growing Allstar Strawberries

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterWho doesn’t love strawberries? Allstar strawberries are hardy, June-bearing strawberries that produce generous harvests of big, juicy, orange-red berries in late spring and early summer. Read on and learn how to grow Allstar strawberry plants and additional Allstar strawberry facts.

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Transplanting Tree Philodendron: Tips On Repotting Tree Philodendron Plants Miscellaneous

Transplanting Tree Philodendron: Tips On Repotting Tree Philodendron Plants

There is lots of confusion when it comes to tree and split leaf philodendrons – two different plants. Keep reading for more information about how to repot a lacy tree philodendron.Tree vs. Split Leaf PhilodendronBefore getting into how to repot a lacy tree philodendron, we must first explain the confusion often associated with growing these and split leaf philodendrons.

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Misshapen Strawberries: What Causes Deformed Strawberries Miscellaneous

Misshapen Strawberries: What Causes Deformed Strawberries

By: Amy GrantSo it’s late spring and I’ve been salivating since last year; it’s strawberry harvest time. But wait, there’s something wrong. My strawberries are misshapen. Why do strawberries get deformed, and what can be done about it? Read on to find out what causes deformed strawberries and whether or not you can eat them.

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