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Most Aquatic Plants you can Grow in your Home Garden Installing a water feature allows you to grow aquatic plants that otherwise could not survive in a typical landscape. We've compiled a list of great plants for your pond. Key: Common...
Sage Beautiful Plants Simple to Cultivate The urban gardener is fond of simple plants to grow while being decorative. Sage beautiful plants are one of those! Of the hundreds of species that make up the great sage family, some are...
Complete Guide Carnivorous Plants in Home Garden General Information Most all carnivorous plants have similar needs; bright light, high humidity, and a proper mix of nutrient-poor medium for them to grow in. In nature, carnivorous plants evolved in bogs and marshy...
Complete Guide Cactus Plants Care Floriculture: Production and Care of Cacti There are a large number of cacti genera that are grown as indoor plants. Some of the more popular include: Echinocactus, Cereus, Mammillaria, Gymnocalycium, Rhipsalidopsis, Schlumbergera and Zygocactus. True cacti have...
Ethnobotany plants and Gardens Ethnobotany or Ethnobotanical gardens include plants who maintain (or have maintained) with the man a report of use, in its geographical context and through its very complex history. They were revisited by a mixed team of...
How to Buy Healthy Plants Any thoughtful discussion about organic gardening automatically centers on the issue of prevention. Preventing disease and insect issues at the very beginning will save you plenty of headaches later on in the process, and allow...
Organic Plant Nutrition – Nature’s Way Already, much has been said and written about organic food and organic plant nutrition. There is still a gap between public understanding, (with “organic" are actually meant “natural") and science, (“organic" means coming from...
Black Plants in Your House Garden Black plants—or really flowers and foliage that are so deep purple or red that they appear black—transform flower borders and containers from the expected to the extraordinary. They are dramatic up close yet understated...
How to Repotting Plants in your Gardens? When should you think about reporting? The flower pot or window box are limited spaces which quickly become too small for plants which grow normally.  Signs of plants suffering from lack of space are: ...
All About Lilacs in your Home Garden About Lilacs Lilacs are average-sized, flowering shrubs. They are typically hardy to zones three through seven. Some types of lilacs are especially cold hardy and can survive in areas as cold as zone two....

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