Scientific NameTulista pumila & 39;Tenshi no Namida& 39;SynonymsHaworthia pumila & 39;Tenshi no Namida& 39;, Tulista pumila & 39;Tears of Angels& 39;, Haworthia pumila & 39;Tears of Angels& 39;, Haworthia pumila & 39;Angel& 39;s Tears& 39;Scientific ClassificationFamily: AsphodeloideaeSubfamily: AsphodeloideaeTribe: AloeaeGenus: TulistaOriginThe origin of this beautiful cultivar of Tulista pumila is unknown.
By: Liz BaesslerUSDA zone 6 is an excellent climate for growing vegetables. Keep reading to learn more about choosing the best vegetables for zone 6 and planting zone 6 vegetable gardens.Vegetables for Zone 6The average last frost date in zone 6 is May 1, and the average first frost date is November 1.
There are some frustrating diseases that will attempt to attack our rose bushes when the circumstances are right for them to get going. It is important to recognize them early, as the quicker the treatment is started, the quicker control is gained, limiting the stress on the rose bush as well as the gardener!
By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistThe potato is a favorite and versatile food that proves easy and inexpensive to grow. Home gardeners traditionally “hill” potatoes to encourage them to produce lots of roots and hence lots of tubers. This method takes some space and there is a high probability that you won’t get all the spuds out of the earth when you harvest.
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.
Almost everyone who has at least a small piece of land strives to grow tomatoes. This vegetable is loved and popular, but not everyone has enough time to care for varieties that require strict adherence to agricultural practices, and carry out many operations necessary to obtain a decent harvest.
By: Liz BaesslerCorky ringspot is a problem affecting potatoes that can lead to real trouble, especially if you’re growing them commercially. While it may not kill the plant, it gives the potatoes themselves an unpleasant look that’s hard to sell and less than ideal to eat. Keep reading to learn more about recognizing and managing corky ringspot in potatoes.
As soon as the last spring frosts, which usually occur at the end of April - beginning of May, are over, gardeners begin to arrange flower beds en masse. It is May days that are most favorable for planting many annuals and perennials, because the soil is still quite wet, but already warmed up.
Transplant Published: Last edits: Video of picking petunia into tablets Five days ago we sowed petunia seeds. And so today we see that the seeds have sprouted. Sprouted 9 seeds out of 20 sown. Many places write that when the first shoots of petunias appear, you need to remove the glass from the cuvette.
By: Teo SpenglerOnce you’ve seen a magnolia, you’re not likely to forget its beauty. The tree’s waxy flowers are a delight in any garden and often fill it with an unforgettable fragrance. Can magnolia trees grow in zone 5? While some magnolia species, like southern magnolia (Magnolia grandiflora), won’t tolerate zone 5 winters, you’ll find attractive specimens that will.
If the site is shaded, and the soil is far from black soil, this does not mean that you cannot grow beautiful flowers. There are a number of flowering crops that actually prefer a little light and do well in infertile soils. Gaillardia large-flowered Surprisingly, Gaillardia is a plant that can be harmed by too much care.
Garden plants Published: Last changes: Celery (lat. Apium) belongs to the genus of herbaceous plants of the Umbrella family. The most common vegetable crop of the genus is aromatic celery (lat.Apium graveolens). The Mediterranean is considered the birthplace of celery - even today, wild forms of this plant can be found in nature.