Curly mallow - and a doctor, and a culinary specialist, and a decorator The mallow is probably familiar to many. Along the roads, near fences, on wastelands, there is a nondescript plant with reclining stems. This mallow is low. Perhaps someone in childhood feasted on "kalachik" - its unripe fruits. But now we will talk about another, cultivated plant.
By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterAn attractive, reddish-black fruit with a somewhat flattened heart shape, Santina cherries are firm and moderately sweet. Santina cherry trees display a spreading, slightly drooping nature that makes them especially attractive in the garden. These cherry trees are valued not only for their flavor, but for their high productivity, crack resistance and long harvest window.
By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistThere is something otherworldly about the cobra lily plant. The undulating form and strangely built leaves call to mind old horror movies, yet give such a unique vision that the viewer is also reminded of the great diversity of life on our planet. This pitcher plant is not only unique in appearance but has an active appetite fed by insects and, occasionally, small vertebrates.
It’s hot enough out there to fry an egg on the sidewalk, can you imagine what it’s doing to your plant’s roots? It’s time to step up your watering efforts – but just how much should you increase your watering? Learn about heat wave watering and tips for keeping plants safe during high temperatures in this article.
Goldfish Hanging Plant – How To Grow Goldfish HouseplantBy Jackie RhoadesGoldfish plants derive their name from the unusual shape of their flowers which, with some imagination, resemble fish. The following article will help you with tips on growing and caring for this plant.
Do as the pros do! With the right care, your roses thrive better. We asked some rose experts about how they do to succeed with their own roses. Lars-Åke Gustavsson: "Plant in the right way" Lars-Åke Gustavsson. - A rose that is planted correctly becomes healthier and more resistant to disease. Plant in the best possible rose soil: nutritious and with a high soil content, improved with organic material such as manure and compost soil.
HOW TO CULTIVATE AND CARE FOR OUR PLANTS The Davallia genus belongs to that group of plants that are commonly called FERNS includes very popular and widespread species in our apartments. BOTANICAL CLASSIFICATION Wood: PlantaeClado: Helechos y grupos afínesOrder: Polypodiales species »GENERAL FEATURESThe Davallia genus belongs to that group of plants that are commonly called FERN.
By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistBougainvillea produce flame licks of color on a vine that can easily be trained to a vertical surface. The brilliant hot pinks and evocative orange tones spice up the landscape in warmer zones. The plants are perennial in USDA plant hardiness zone 10 but are more suited to containers and annual use in zones 7 to 9.
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Garlic packs a robust aroma and flavor that many of us can’t do without. The good news is that garlic is fairly easy to grow and for the most part, is pest resistant. In fact, garlic is often a part of co-planting or companion planting, wherein garlic is grown alongside other plants to their mutual benefit.
By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistSo you say you want to become a master gardener? What is a master gardener and what steps must be taken to achieve that goal? Extension services in your locality are a good place to start gathering information. Master gardening programs are community and volunteer based horticultural education services.
Mostly roses are planted in spring, but there are 12 varieties of roses that can be planted until October. These beauties will steadfastly endure wintering, and next year they will delight with abundant flowering. Leonardo da Vinci Leonardo da Vinci is a bushy rose up to one meter high and 40 cm wide. It is cold-hardy and easily survives winters.