By: Heather RhoadesWhile a plant’s flowers are very beautiful, they are a rather fleeting beauty. No matter how well you take care of your plant’s blossoms, the course of nature demands that those blossoms will die. After a flower has faded, it is not nearly as pretty as it once was.Why You Should Be Removing Dead FlowersThe question then becomes, “Should I pull the old flowers off the plant?
The flowering plant Mirabilis (Mirabilis) is a member of the Nyctaginaceae family. This genus unites more than 50 species. Under natural conditions, they can be found in tropical and temperate regions, and they are most common in South and North America, however, there is one species, whose homeland is South Asia.
By: Amy GrantA number of maladies can plague tomato fruit, whether grown for commercial production or in the home garden. If you’ve noticed abnormal cavities pitted with scar tissue and swelling, your prized tomato may be afflicted with catfacing fruit deformity. What is catfacing on tomatoes and how can it be treated?
Home › Ornamental Gardens › Shrubs › Archive for PlumbagoGet Started Growing Plumbago Plants – How To Care For A Plumbago PlantBy Jackie RhoadesThe plumbago is a shrub that can grow six to ten feet tall with a spread of 8-10 feet. Knowing how to grow a plumbago, along with where to grow one, is easy using the information in this article.
Every gardener, growing strawberries on his plot, wants to get a guaranteed good harvest. Alba will help with this - a strawberry that will be able to meet all expectations. To provide the plant with the most favorable conditions for growth, it is necessary to familiarize yourself with the rules for caring for it. Characteristics of Alba Strawberry Alba strawberry was bred by Italian breeders in 2003 and has since gained wide recognition around the world, including among Russian gardeners.
By: Jackie CarrollCicada bugs emerge every 13 or 17 years to terrorize trees and the people who care for them. Are your trees at risk? Learn to minimize cicada damage to trees in this article.Do Cicadas Damage Trees?Cicadas can damage trees, but not in the ways you might think. The adults might feed on leaves, but not enough to cause any serious or lasting damage.
By: Mary Ellen EllisCanadian Red rhubarb plants produce striking red stalks thatcontain more sugar than other varieties. Like other types of rhubarb, it growsbest in colder climates, is easy to grow, and adds beautiful foliage and colorto the garden. Read on to learn more about growing Canadian Red rhubarb plants.
SOUNDS EMITTED BY ANIMALS The song of the diamond The diamond, scientific name Taeniopygia guttata of the family Estrildidae is a bird, especially the male, which emits many calls, all different from each other, for various reasons: to keep in touch with the members of its group, to any strangers from the group, to attract females in the reproductive period.
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If someone were to ask me what gardening tools I could not live without, my answer would be a trowel, gloves and pruners. While I do have one pair of heavy duty, expensive pruners that I’ve had for a few years, at the beginning of each landscape season I buy several inexpensive pruners because I know I have a habit of misplacing them.
Rosemary, scientific name Rosmarinus Officinalis, is a perennial evergreen shrub typical of the Mediterranean regions, in Italy it grows spontaneously along the coast, develops both in height and in width and forms thick rounded bushes and reaches a height of a meter and a half.
You’ve probably heard about black cohosh with respect to women’s health. This interesting herb plant has much to offer for those wishing to grow it. Keep reading for more information on black cohosh plant care.About Black Cohosh PlantsFound in the eastern United States, black cohosh plants are herbaceous wildflowers with an affinity for moist, partially shaded growing areas.