Tuesday , February 27 2024

How to grow African violet from cuttings

African violets are usually grown under fluorescent lights placed 12 to 15 inches above the leaves. If the leaves start to turn light green, your plant is getting too much light, while thin and dark green leaves or a leggy plant indicate too little light. Soil A well-drained potting mix …

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Adorn your porch with colorful vines

Some of our favorite flowering vines produce abundant blooms only in the spring and provide lush green backdrops for the rest of the summer season. Others bloom from summer to autumn with continuous flowering. But one thing they all have in common is that they will climb a trellis with …

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How to Make an Amazing Garden Island

The veranda, the basic design element, follows the original path in the garden, and the central hotel lobby is transformed into a tea house. The former canopies are replaced and extended into a closed loop with the teahouse as the start and also the end point for the path. The …

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How to grow and care for adenium

In a very bright, warm environment such as a greenhouse, Adenium can remain active during the winter months. If you bring your plant indoors for the winter, it will probably stay in a semi-dormant state until spring. During this time, just keep it in a warm room with bright, indirect …

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Accent your garden with a small pond

Many people think about how to water a garden. They may struggle with questions like “How much water should I give my garden?” or “How often should I water a garden?” It’s really not as complicated as it seems, but there are a few things that should be considered. These …

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How to grow and care for Fuchsia

A sunny or dappled-shady spot is best for a healthy plant and a good show of flowers They will tolerate most soil types, but will not fare well in the extremes where the ground is wet or dry Hedges of hardy fuchsia only really grow well in mild locations – …

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How to grow lilies from seed the easy way

Daylily clumps can grow anywhere from six inches to five feet tall. Since they can reach a span between two to four feet wide, space only about three feet apart (or for a more dramatic show in the early years, space about 18 inches apart). Plant roots in early spring …

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